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Man Sets Fire Outside Citrus Heights Preschool After Denied A DrinkPreschoolers in Citrus Heights had a sudden and scary visitor Friday morning.  Staff says a man jumped a fence at the Little Friends Learning Center off Woodmore Oaks Drive, knocked on a classroom door and asked for a soda. 
Third Straight Night Of Breonna Taylor Protests Unfold In Downtown SacramentoIn contrast to previous downtown protests, the crowd is staying in primarily residential areas of the city instead of the area around Cesar Chavez Plaza and the State Capitol.
Protests Continue In Downtown Sacramento Friday NightProtesters have marched in the area of Tomato Alley, staying near Southside Park. Police officers in riot gear are closely following the demonstrators and blocking off roads as they march.
Pandemic Matrimony: Couples Flocking To Popular Tahoe Spot To ElopeTahoe is a popular wedding destination but because of the coronavirus pandemic, the celebrations have slowed down. Though some couples are still holding onto hope in 2020, they're skipping the big wedding altogether and eloping instead.
Turlock Family Feels Targeted After Police Investigate Hate Crime, Fire Near Their HomeThe Turlock Police Department said they are investigating two fires, one of which officers deemed suspicious in nature, and a racial slur that was spray painted on a fence and determined to be a hate crime.
Governor Signs EDD Privacy Bill After 5-Year CBS13 InvestigationGov. Gavin Newsom signed a law Friday that will finally force the Employment Development Department (EDD) to stop putting people at risk of identity theft by mailing full Social Security numbers (SSN).
Marches Continue In Sacramento On Third Night Of ProtestsSacramento police are keeping a close eye on protesters as they march through downtown Sacramento streets.
Third Night Of Breonna Taylor Protests In SacramentoProtesters marched in more residential areas of downtown Sacramento Friday night, chanting Breonna Taylor's name.
FBI Says Man Who Intentionally Drove Through Pasadena Protesters Had 'Training Camp' In LodiCourt documents reveal disturbing new details about a man accused of driving a truck through a crowd of peaceful protesters in Pasadena earlier this year.
Possible PG&E Power Shutoffs Expanded To 15 CountiesGusty winds pushing into Northern California forcing possible Pacific Gas and Electric Public Safety Power Shutoffs. Approximately 97,000 PG&E customers could lose power this weekend.
Red Tier, Green Light: More Businesses Could Soon Reopen If Sacramento County Drops In TiersSacramento is getting closer and closer to changing tiers as case numbers drop and a low positivity rate persists.
Evening Forecast - Sept. 25, 2020It's heating up this weekend and there's a Red Flag Warning for the foothills.
Lodi Unified Partners With Tech Support To Help Families Through Virtual Class GlitchesYou're not alone if you're pulling your hair out trying to work through Wi-Fi problems or Zoom classroom glitches. That's why tech support isn't just convenient, but critical during virtual learning.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 9/25/20The latest headlines.
Woman Dead, Man Injured In Shooting At Natomas ApartmentPolice are investigating a double shooting overnight at a Sacramento apartment that left one person dead and another person injured.
Possible PG&E Power Shutoffs Expanded To 16 CountiesSome of the shutoffs may begin around 2 a.m. Sunday, while others will not start until 4 p.m., depending on the weather. The outages could last until Monday night.
Smoke Over Downtown SacramentoThis video was shot on September 15 and shows smoke in the air from nearby wildfires.
I Street BridgeThis is an aerial view of I Street bridge on September 23, 2020. Built in 1911, the historic bridge has a vertical clearance of 14 feet 8 inches (4.47 m) and was originally part of State Route 16, according to Wikipedia. It also has two sidewalks -- one on either side of the road. The lower level of the bridge provides rail access to Sacramento from the south and west; the upper level is for cars.
Noon Forecast = 9/25/20Jordan Segundo has this weekend's forecast.
Fire Damages 2-Story Apartment In South SacramentoAn apartment unit caught fire in South Sacramento Friday morning.
Video Captures Man Allegedly Using Stolen Credit Credit Card In AuburnThe Placer County Sheriff’s Office is asking people if they recognize a man who used a stolen credit card in Auburn. Katie Johnston reports.
Men Break In And Steal From Stockton Women’s ApartmentTwo women were targeted by robbers while at their home in Stockton on Thursday night. Katie Johnston reports.
Breonna Taylor Protesters Take To Sacramento Streets AgainProtesters took to the streets of Sacramento for the second time on Thursday, protesting the fact that no officers were charged for her killing.
Foothills PG&E Customers Bracing For Another Power ShutoffIn all, 21,000 customers from Yuba, Plumas, and Butte counties will lose power in the shutoff expected to last Saturday through Monday.

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