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Christmas Tree Shortage? Yes. Turkey Shortage? Unlikely For CaliforniaIt's not even Halloween and already there's a warning about turkey and Christmas tree shortages. Few industries are immune to supply chain issues nationwide. Holiday favorites, like Christmas trees or Thanksgiving turkeys on the table are no exception. Well, sort of.
Can Social Media Company Help Find Reno Hiker Missing In California?The sister of a missing Reno woman is asking TikTok to find her the woman? She made her last post from the Shasta-Trinity Forest before she disappeared.
Record Rain Drives Pests Into HomesThere is a creepy-crawly side effect of last weekend's storm. As Sacramento dries out, the cockroaches are coming out.
Softball Team Wants To Rebuild After Facility Collapses During StormThe roof of the PS33 academy in Rancho Cordova collapsed when heavy rain hammered the region. The owners say photos of the aftermath don't do the damage justice.
Sacramento City Council Could Start Future Meetings With Land Acknowledgement PledgeA big city is about to make a big change that could make its city council meetings even longer. But those pushing for the change say it's a history lesson that's long overdue.
Alleged Illegal Pot Growing Operation Found At Calaveras County Horse RanchDeputies say the property in the town of Wallace, which included an indoor horse arena and stables, had been converted into an illegal pot-growing operation.
Suspect Arrested After West Sacramento ShootingA man has been arrested for allegedly shooting and killing another man in West Sacramento on Tuesday night.
American Airlines Passenger Accused Of Punching Flight AttendantA flight headed for Southern California was diverted to Denver after a passenger allegedly punched a flight attendant, possibly breaking their nose.
Is Placer County Floodwater Ending Up In Sutter County?Nine streets in Sutter County were closed off Wednesday are still flooded from Sunday’s rainstorm. A Sutter County spokesperson says that when storms hit the Sacramento Valley, the rainwater ends up in Sutter County.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 10/27/21Get the latest news updates from the Sacramento region.
Pleasant Hill In-N-Out Reopens Following County-Ordered ClosureThe fast food-food chain was temporarily shuttered for violating COVID-19 rules set forth by Contra Costa County. It's only offering drive-thru service.
Q & Answers: Dr. Dean Blumberg Answers Questions About Vaccinating ChildrenThe FDA has taken the first step toward the eventual approval of the Pfizer vaccine for young children. An independent FDA advisory panel voted to approve a lower dose vaccine for kids ages 5-11.
Rancho Cordova Stove Fire Sends 1 Person To HospitalFirefighters arrived at the scene and were able to get the fire out before it spread to the rest of the home.
Wednesday Evening Forecast - 10/27/21Dave Bender delivers the latest forecast for the Sacramento region.
Two Good Samaritans In Sacramento Stop Attempted Kidnapping Of Baby In StrollerTwo good Samaritans stopped an attempted kidnapping. The bizarre attack was captured on surveillance video Monday and shows two men protect a baby in a stroller.  
10/27/21 PM Digi-CastSome patchy AM fog in the valley.
Two Local Schools Placed On Lockdown Following Threats Of ViolenceThreats of violence prompted precautionary lockdowns at two high schools in our area today.
Health Officials Making Pre-Holiday COVID-19 Vaccine PushA poll shows one-quarter of parents are on the fence about getting younger children vaccinated. One-third say they will when it is approved. Another third say they will not. Health officials say they are worried that as COVID cases level off, the surge may be around the corner. It's a reason they're uring it is a reason they are urging Californians to get a booster shot if eligible.
Nearly 80 Percent Of City Of Sacramento Employees VaccinatedTwo weeks after the COVID-19 vaccination deadline, 79% of City of Sacramento employees have been vaccinated, the city says.
Wednesday Afternoon Forecast - Oct. 27, 2021Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this Halloween weekend.
Nightmare Before Christmas? Retailers Facing Holiday ShortagesLocal small businesses are saying they have never seen supply chain issues like with what’s happening after the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Francisco’s In-N-Out Under Investigation For Allowing Indoor DiningThe same location was shut down last week after refusing to check customers’ vaccine cards.
Gov. Newsom Gets His COVID-19 Vaccine Booster ShotHe mixed and matched shots, getting the Moderna booster after originally getting the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
City Of Sacramento Reports 79% Of Employees Have Been Vaccinated For COVID-19New numbers show that 79 percent of City of Sacramento employees have been vaccinated against COVID-19.

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