Students are welcomed back to Winters on Monday for the new school year. With it will come a lot of change, including getting rid of 1950's style construction.

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More Rolling Blackouts Possible This Summer, CAISO WarnsCalifornia energy officials are warning that the state is at risk of seeing rolling blackouts again this summer.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 5/13/21The latest headlines.
Thursday Weather Forecast - May 13, 2021Find out how the weather is looking this weekend.
Morning AppCast (5/13/21)The latest weather forecast.
Teen With Terminal Cancer Working To Help Others Have Their WishesA Sacramento high school senior diagnosed with terminal cancer is using her uncertain future to spread happiness.
Victim In West Sacramento Shootings, Crashes IndentifiedThe 22-year-old mom has been identified as Brenda Jimenez. She died last week after two separate shootings then two crashes on Cummings Way.
California Once Again At Risk For Rolling BlackoutsEnergy officials warn that California could be hit with rolling blackouts once again as temperatures continue to be unseasonably hot.
Tahoe Board Of Directors Puts Restrictions On Vacation PropertiesA board of directors in Lake Tahoe is proposing a 500-foot buffer between rental homes as a way to cut down on congestion caused by a large number of tourists coming to the area.
Evening Forecast - 5/12/21Dave Bender has your Wednesday evening forecast for the Sacramento region.
Auburn Hopes Shuttle, Parking Restrictions Will Ease Congestion Near ConfluenceThere has been a surge of people looking for outdoor adventures at the Auburn State Recreation Area. County officials restricted parking and now activists are pushing for more. Susan Yewell with the American River Community Coalition wants to expand parking restrictions to a portion of highway 49 that tends to get overcrowded near the confluence.
Fans Allowed To Watch Sacramento Republic FC Games In PersonIt's been a year since the Tower Bridge Battalion and other fans have been allowed to watch the Republic FC play in person. There were 2,300 fans allowed into Heart Health Park.
Lawmakers Asking To Reopen CapitolA bi-partisan coalition of lawmakers is asking Governor Newsom to reopen the state capitol in Sacramento.
Police Procession Takes Ofc. Inn's Body To Funeral HomeAt the procession, CBS13 spoke with Jimmy's father, who says his son's legacy will now live on through Jimmy's grandson.
Stockton Police Chief Praises Man Who Saved The Life Of Lance Lowe's SonStockton police chief Eric Jones called and thanked the Good Samaritan who risked his own safety to save the little boy caught in the middle of the shooting that left an officer and a suspect dead.
1 Person Arrested After 4 People Shot Outside Citrus Heights NightclubPolice have an arrested a man in connection to a shooting that happened at a Citrus Heights nightclub earlier in May. On Tuesday at around 7 p.m. Police Department’s SWAT team conducted a search and arrest warrant on Camilo Saenz, a validated gang member, in connection to one of the shootings. He was arrested without incident, police say.
Bomb Scare Follows Suspected Murder In WheatlandPolice are investigating a homicide that happened Wednesday. Officers searched the suspect's home where they allegedly found pipe bombs.
How Can You Show Your Support For Police Officers?With recent police shootings, officers in our region are reminded of the dangers of the job and may need support. Chaplain Mindi Russell says you can help support officers by giving police words of encouragement.
Mystery Man Hailed As Hero For Preventing Lance Lowe From Possibly Killing Own SonA man, who is still unnamed, is being called a hero for stepping as alleged cop killer Lance Lowe from choking his son to death. Shortly thereafter Officer Pancho Freer shot and killed Lowe.
His Mind Wasn't Right: Woman Says She Spoke With Lance Lowe Sunday Before He Shot Ofc. Jimmy InnIn video you’ll see only on CBS13, a hero tackled a suspect to the ground after Lance Lowe, Officer Jimmy Inn's alleged killer, was seen choking his own 8-year-old son. 
Companies Offering Incentives For Employees To Become VaccinatedCash for COVID-19 shots: Some local companies, including Nugget Markets and Save Mart are offering incentives for their employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Changing Driving Habits Affecting Road RepairsIt's no surprise that California's roads are rough. But cities and counties are hitting a bump when it comes to roadway repaving funds. The majority of money comes from the state's gas tax, but with fewer people driving during the pandemic plus more people driving electric cars, the money available for repairs is less than expected.
Bomb Squad Disposing Of Pipe Bombs In WheatlandSome Wheatland residents were evacuated from their homes after police found some pipe bombs nearby, they say.
Gov. Newsom Proposes Free Transitional Kindergarten For 4-Year-OldsGov. Newsom expects schools to reopen by the fall. He also would like transitional kindergarten to all four-year-old, for free, by 2024.
Officer Jimmy Inn's Father Reflects On His Son's Policing LegacyOfc. Inn's life was cut to short, but dedicated to service. His father, Phaly Inn, is a refugee from Cambodia, who taught his son the value of hard work, and said his son was dedicated. Inn recalls the push that led Jimmy to choose policing as his passion.

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