Mayor Michael Tubbs focuses on job growth, education and public safety during his first State of the City Address.

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Ohio Woman Talks About Getting Lost In CA's Desolation Wilderness With DogA woman and her beloved dog are OK after being rescued from California's Desolation Wilderness near Lake Tahoe. A CHP helicopter crew and El Dorado County search teams found the pair after they lost their way and became stranded in the mountains.
Jamestown Man Arrested After Allegedly Hitting Sheriff’s Deputy With Stun Gun ProbeA Tuolumne County man originally investigated for causing a disturbance has been arrested after he allegedly threw a stun gun probe at a deputy, injuring him.
Diver Reunites Man With Lost Wedding BandDuring a routine swim in the American River, expert diver Karl Bly caught an extra shiny glimpse of a gold ring. Just days later, he was able to track down the heartbroken husband desperate to find it.
Kings Fans Eager To Get Inside G1C For GamesStarting at next Tuesday's game, fans of the Kings will be allowed to watch the game from inside Golden 1 Center. Tickets are reserved for frontline workers.
Vaccinations Open Statewide To All Those As Young As 16 ThursdayWhile some areas are already vaccinating those as young as 16.
Attempted Kidnapping Reported In LodiA possible kidnapping attempt is under investigation in Lodi. Police say a 12 year old was approached by a man at Kofu Park, just before 1 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. He allegedly tried to convince the girl to get in his car.
Man Accused Of Manslaughter In Death Of Brother With Down SyndromeA man is under arrest in the killing of his brother with special needs. Thirty-year-old Akram Husain was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of involuntary manslaughter. The victim is 27-year-old Anwar Husain, who had Down Syndrome and died on March 8 in Sacramento County. Detectives aren't saying how he died.
Hail Of Bullets Rocks 2 Homes In Stockton NeighborhoodOn a street filled with houses, shooters appear to have targeted just two homes. Those who live there are left wondering if they were targeted.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 4/14/21Get caught up on the top news stories of the day.
How Can Ground-Penetrating Radar Help Investigators Find Evidence?Investigators used ground-penetrating radar to search the home of Ruben Flores, the father of Paul Flores, who is accused of Kristin Smart’s murder.  The technology used in Kristin’s investigation is the same that was used during the search for the body of Christie Wilson who vanished in Placer County in 2005. 
Evening Northern California Forecast - 4/14/21Darla Givens is back in the CBS13 Weather Center with the latest update from our region.
As Kids Are Allowed To Return To School, Some Have No Way To Get ThereSome local school districts say they have to keep their buses parked, which is leading to growing frustration from parents who say that they don't have a way to send their kids to class.
Complaints About Trash From Sacramento Homeless Camp Prompts City To Offer Weekly Trash PickupA group of businesses in the Arden area are calling on the City of Sacramento to do more in protecting and patrolling the homeless encampments outside, including trash pickup.
Gov. Newsom Says All CA Schools Should Return To Classes In FallGov. Gavin Newsom’s administration said Wednesday that all California schools should reopen when the new academic year begins next fall, though his guidelines remain merely an expectation rather than a mandate.
Live Events Set To Return To SacramentoCalifornia is coming back, with the stage in Sacramento already being set for live indoor events. Starting Thursday, Californians will once again be able to attend concerts, conventions, and conferences.
Man Accused Of Breaking Into Davis Home, Stealing Student's CarTwo UC Davis students were at home when a man forced his way inside their home and stole a car belonging to one of the students. He later crashed the car and attempted to steal another one.
Wednesday Afternoon Forecast - April 14, 2021Find out how hot things will be getting by the weekend.
Lunch Break: Deals Of The WeekOur produce man Michael Marks always has the best deals in seasonal fruits and veggies.
Sierra Gets A Fleeting Burst Of SnowUp to a foot of snow fell in some parts of the high country Tuesday into Wednesday, but things will heat up a lot soon.
Prosecutor: Kristin Smart Was Killed During 1996 Rape AttemptMissing California college student Kristin Smart was killed in 1996 during an attempted rape by a fellow student and the suspect’s father helped hide her body, the San Luis Obispo County district attorney said Wednesday.
Question of the Day - 4/14We close out a Wednesday show with Court's Question of the Day: What dessert are you in the mood for RIGHT NOW? Thanks for watching today, we appreciate it! See you tomorrow morning bright and early at 4:30!
Slapping You With ScienceCody has your "Slapping You with Science" stories!
Autism Rocks CampaignIn honor of Autism Awareness Month, Icing On the Cupcake in Rocklin has a special campaign to benefit a good cause. Dina Kupfer talks to the owners of Icing of the Cupcake to show you how you can participate in bringing autism awareness while helping a great cause.
Choose Your News: The LeftoversEarlier the anchor got to "Choose Their News". Now it's time for the stories they DIDN'T select. The leftovers!

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