So far this fire season over 585,000 acres have been burned by the fires. (8/7/18)
CBS13 News AM News Update - 7/8/20The latest headlines.
UC System Names Its First Black PresidentThe University of California hasn't a black president in its 152 year history.
Pilot Dies After Crash Near South Lake Tahoe AirportA passenger was also injured in the crash.
Wednesday Weather Forecast - July 8, 2020The latest weather forecast.
Morning AppCast (7/8/20)The latest headlines.
Lawsuit Filed Against 1928 Sacramento OrdinanceA decades-old Sacramento ordinance is in question after a lawsuit was filed against the city.
Bay Area Doctor Killed In Shooting While Off-Roading With Teenage Son; Suspect Reportedly Shot Two OthersOver the weekend, a Bay Area doctor was shot to death while off-roading with his teenage son in the Sierra. Deputies said that doctor, Ari Gershman, was one of three people shot in the same area by a suspect with no clear motive.
Dr. Michael Drake Is UC's First Black PresidentDr. Michael Drake was chosen Tuesday to be president of the University of California, the first Black leader in the system's 150-year history.
Officials Increasing Enforcement Of Public Health Order In Yolo CountyYolo County businesses not following public health orders could face up to a $10,000 fine. The county's Board of Supervisors adopted an urgency ordinance Tuesday allowing for enforcement of penalties for violating orders.
Pilot Killed In South Lake Tahoe CrashA pilot is dead and his passenger is recovering after a small plane crash in Meyers.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 7/7/20The latest headlines.
Plane Crash Kills One In South Lake TahoeOne person is dead and another has major injuries after a small plane crashed in South Lake Tahoe, according to CHP.
Black-Owned Businesses Seeing Increased Support On #BlackoutDay2020Blackout Day 2020, the latest push in the push for racial justice in America. Members of the Black community actively made an effort on Tuesday not to spend money in the economy nationwide, unless it was a Black-owned business.
Coronavirus Testing Shortage Affecting Sacramento, Placer CountiesA coronavirus test kit shortage has forced several Sacramento testing sites to temporarily shut down. So what’s behind this shortage, why are we just hearing about it and are other counties impacted?
Evening Forecast - 7/7/20A warm week ahead!
1 Killed, 1 Injured In Plane CrashOne person is dead and another has major injuries after a small plane crashed in South Lake Tahoe, according to CHP.
California Sues Trump Administration Over Relief Funding For SchoolsThe U.S. Department of Education is attempting to take pandemic relief funds away from K-12 public schools and divert the money to private schools, California and four other Democratic-led states argued in a lawsuit filed Tuesday against the Trump administration.
Reopening Classroom Confusion In StocktonSome parents and educators in the Stockton Unified School District are frustrated and confused as to what will school look like when classes start on August 3.
Yolo County Stepping Up Enforcement Of Health OrderYolo County businesses not following public health orders could face up to a $10,000 fine. The county's Board of Supervisors adopted an urgency ordinance Tuesday allowing for enforcement of penalties for violating orders.
Sacramento County Testing Sites Shut DownCounty leaders say a shortage in testing material from the federal government is to blame for this sudden stop in testing.
Columbus Statue Removed From California CapitolCrews were out early Tuesday morning to remove the Christopher Columbus statue inside the California State Capitol building.
Deadly Aircraft Crash In South Lake TahoeOne person is dead and another has major injuries after an aircraft went down in South Lake Tahoe, according to CHP.
7/7/20 PM Digi-CastSunny and very warm!
Officers Seize Stash Of Guns From Stockton Assault SuspectA young Stockton man is under arrest after officers discovered several illegal firearms in his home, police say. Katie Johnston reports.