Officials at the Palm Beach Zoo say the zoo will remain closed while the investigation into a Zookeeper's death continues.
Rep. Garamendi Gives Vote Of Approval For UC Davis Mascot ChangeThe students have voted and the old mascot Gunrock could be on his way out.
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Tuesday Weather Forecast - May 17, 2022Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this week.
Large Police Presence In Stockton Neighborhood Leads To Blocked StreetA large presence from the Stockton Police Department has led to a street being blocked.
Rocklin Resident Says She Mistook Fox Kit For KittenA Rocklin resident says she didn’t know that the “kitten” she rescued was actually a fox kit.
Call Kurtis Investigates Insurance Rates Pricing People Out Of The Foothills Some people living in the foothills are having to face the prospect of packing up and leaving due to an unexpected cost: fire insurance.
Suspect Recorded Running From Hit-And-Run Crash Scene In SacramentoA young Sacramento couple with a baby on the way was left without their car after a person crashed into it before running away from the crime scene.
Suisun City Teen Identified As Person Killed In Highway 12 Hit-And-RunAuthorities have identified the teen killed in a hit-and-run in Suisun City over the weekend.
New Survey Shows Several Greater Sacramento-Area Cities Have High Fire RiskA new survey shows California's fire risk is growing, and several communities in the Greater Sacramento region are being singled out for the danger posed by wildfires.
CBS13 PM News Update - 5/16/22The latest headlines.
Boosted Californians Get COVID At Twice The Rate Of Those Vaccinated But Not Boosted, State Data Shows — Why?Experts say this does not mean you are twice as likely to get COVID if you are boosted.
Evening Weather - 5/16/22We're getting close to triple digits!
What Should Parents Do If They Can't Find Their Baby's Formula?Parents across the country are growing increasingly worried about where their baby's next bottle will be coming from.
Cal Fire Faces Major Staffing Shortage Ahead Of Fire SeasonSome say the shortage is tied to mental health, and now a state senator is sponsoring a bill to reduce stress and increase fire safety.
Suspect In Aliycia Reynaga Stabbing Ordered To Undergo Mental EvaluationAnthony Gray appeared in court Monday and is due back in court next month.
Community Speaks On Stepmother's Plea Change In Roman Lopez CaseJordan and Lindsay Piper originally pleaded not guilty last November. But on Monday, Lindsey Piper changed her not guilty plea to a no contest plea inside an El Dorado County Superior Courthouse.
I-80 Express Lane Project Breaks Ground In Solano CountyCaltrans has broken ground on a $243 million project to add express lanes along I-80 between Vacaville and Fairfield to ease traffic.
Stockton Woman Reunites With Emergency Crew After Being Saved From FireThe woman reunited with her rescuers who saved her from a fire back in February.
Grass Fire Burns Along River In West SacramentoThe fire was burning near the Riverwalk in West Sacramento Monday afternoon.
Suspect Arrested After Fight Turns Deadly In RosevilleA suspect is now in custody after an early morning fight in Roseville left one man dead.
Lindsay Piper, Stepmom Charged In Killing Of Roman Lopez, Changes Plea To No ContestLindsay Piper, the stepmother charged in the killing of 11-year-old of Roman Lopez, has changed her plea to no contest.
Team Cow Declares Victory In Vote To Change UC Davis MascotOn Monday, the Cow 4 Mascot campaign declared victory in the vote over whether to change the university’s mascot.
Applications Now Open For $10K Grants For Sacramento ArtistsSacramento artists can now apply for $10,000 grants to help with creating their work. The City of Sacramento opened applications for its “Seeding Creativity” grant program on Monday. A total of 45 artists will be getting $10,000 each. The money comes from the city’s federal relief money received during the COVID-19 pandemic.
California’s Law Requiring Women On Corporate Boards Ruled UnconstitutionalA California judge has ruled that the state’s landmark law requiring women on corporate boards is unconstitutional. Superior Court Judge Maureen Duffy-Lewis said the law that would have required boards have up to three female directors by this year violated the right to equal treatment. The ruling was dated Friday.