The California International Marathon took place Sunday. Finishers include John Alameda and a Sac PD officer who ran in full uniform.
$10,000 Reward Offered In Fatal Hit-And-Run Of Fairfield WomanPolice are offering a $10,000 reward in a hit and run crash that left an 81-year-old woman dead in Fairfield.
Sonora Woman Killed In Suspected DUI CrashA 19-year-old was arrested for DUI Monday night after a fatal crash in Sonora that involved four children.
'Capitol Coyotes' Spotted Around Downtown SacramentoA few coyotes have been spotted playing on Capitol grounds and roaming along Capitol Mall in the past couple of weeks. One man took a video of a coyote chewing on a piece of wood near one of the Capitol entrance gates.
Election Deputies Preparing To Keep Peace At PollsWe've already seen rallies interrupt voting sites and campaign signs set on fire in Northern California. It makes voter intimidation a very real concern this election season and is prompting county election offices to step up training in ways they've never done before.
Placer Supervisors Vote To Rename 'Coon Street' To Raccoon StreetA Tahoe street name that many consider racist will be changed.
Theme Parks Fight Back Against ShutdownAfter being shut down for more than seven months because of COVID-19, a consortium of California theme park operators is threatening to sue the state of California over guidelines they say could keep them closed at least until next summer.
Sacramento-Area Voters “Feeling The Urgency” To Cast Their BallotCBS13 spoke with voters in the area with the lowest voter turnout in 2016, as well as the area with the highest support for President Trump in 2016.
Downtown Businesses Draw Attention To 'Severe And Worsening' ConditionsDozens of downtown Sacramento business and property owners signed a letter addressed to Mayor Darrell Steinberg demanding attention to what they are calling 'severe and worsening' conditions downtown.
Modesto Officers Praised For Handling Tense Situation Inside PharmacyFormer Sacramento County Sheriff John McGinness says the officers' teamwork takes a lot of restraint and discipline.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 10/27/20The latest headlines.
Coyote Spotted Playing At California State CapitolA few coyotes have been spotted playing on Capitol grounds and roaming along Capitol Mall in the past couple of weeks.
Feds Sending 12 Million COVID-19 Rapid Tests To CaliforniaRapid testing is coming to California. The federal government is sending 12 million of them to the state.
Auburn Couple Facing Eminent Domain Showdown With CaltransAn Auburn couple is fighting with Caltrans over the price of their property.
Evening Forecast - Oct. 27, 2020Expect temperatures in the mid to upper-70s for the rest of the week.
Elk Grove Students Could Return To School Soon If Sacramento County Moves Into Orange TierSacramento's largest school district could soon have an answer as to when they reopen.
Another Car Accident In Front Of Sacramento RestaurantIt has happened again. Another car crash in front of a popular restaurant in Downtown Sacramento.
Some California Restauranteurs Suing To Recoup Money Spent On PermitsCalifornia restaurants are hungry to reopen at full capacity, but it’s a waiting game to move to the next tier.
Domestic Violence-Related Murders On The RiseDomestic violence-related murders are on the rise in Stockton. In some cases, law enforcement says there was no history of domestic violence with police.
10/27/20 PM Digi-CastLess wind with mild temps!
RAW: Suspects Break Into Davis Pot ShopA search is now on for these two suspects.
Nameless Since 1981, Detectives ID Woman Whose Remains Were Found On Sacramento Freeway ShoulderDecades after the skeletal remains of a woman were found on the shoulder of Interstate 5 in Sacramento, detectives finally have a name. Katie Johnston reports.
Lunch Break: Colorful CauliflowerOur produce man Michael Marks always has the best deals in seasonal fruits and veggies.
Coronavirus In California: Latest NumbersThe numbers are showing a slight increase in the state.
PSPS: Power To Be Restored By Tuesday NightSome 180,000 PG&E customers remained without power on Tuesday after the latest round of Public Safety Power Shutoffs.