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CBS13 News AM News Update - 6/19/19Get caught up on the top news stories of the morning.
Mobile Home Fire In North HighlandsA mobile home was damaged by flames overnight in North Highlands.
Cal Fire Conducting Firefighting TrainingPlacer County might see smoke this morning as Cal Fire conducts its annual Fiddyment Burn Training north of Roseville.
Morning Forecast - 6/19/19Temperatures will get up to the early 90s in the Sacramento area.
Car Crashes Into Fence On Franklin Boulevard In Sacramento CountyNo injuries were reported in the crash.
4 Injured In Crash On Watt AvenueFour people have been transported to the hospital after a hit-and-run crash in Sacramento.
Jump Bikes Expanding In SacramentoGet ready to see a lot more red in Sacramento as JUMP bikes get ready to double their fleet. (6/18/19)
Homeless Working Together To Pick Up TrashNow that homeless camps are permitted in the area of the American River, some say the problem is growing, but it's actually the homeless community working to clean it up. (6/18/19)
County Revokes Motel's License Over Code ViolationsReports of bed bugs, mold, and constant calls for service from deputies prompted the county to take drastic action. (6/18/19)
Family: Pilot Killed In Lake Tulloch Crash Had 'Passion For Flying'The plane struck nearby power lines and crashed, sinking more than 100 feet below the surface. (6/18/19)
PG&E Wildfire PayoutNorthern California communities struggling to rebuild after devastating wildfires in the last several years are hoping a $1 billion settlement will fund the future. (6/18/19)
MIlitary Housing MisconductWhile U.S. service members risk their lives, many of their family members continue to live in dirty and dangerous homes. (6/18/19)
Newsom Announces Executive Order Apologizing To Native AmericansGov. Gavin Newsom formally apologized Tuesday and pushed the state to reckon with California's dark history of violence, mistreatment and neglect of Native Americans, saying it amounted to genocide. (6/18/19)
Detectives Crack Highway 70 Shooting CaseYuba County Sheriff's deputies shared new details about how they tracked down the suspects in a deadly road rage shooting last month. (6/18/19)
Cars Vandalized At California Conservation Corp Parking LotMembers of the California Conservation Corps came back from completing community service to find their cars vandalized in the agency parking lot. (6/18/19)
Evening Forecast - June 18, 2019Cooling down to the low 90s for the rest of the week.
Camp Fire Debris Turned Into ArtFrom the ashes to the art gallery, items pulled from homes ravaged by the Camp Fire have a new home as part of a Sacramento art exhibit. (6/18/19)
Good Samaritans Rescue Abandoned HorseA malnourished horse in Stanislaus County is now under 24-hour veterinary care after a father and son found it abandoned at a park in Grayson. (6/18/19)
Verbal Settlement Reached In Stephon Clark LawsuitThe family of Stephon Clark has reached a tentative agreement on a settlement with the City of Sacramento. (6/18/19)
Cal Fire Unveils News Mascot 'Captain Cal'Move over Smokey The Bear... there's a new firefighting mascot in California. (6/18/19)

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