This July is officially the hottest month ever recorded on Earth.
Group Of Thieves Steal Prized Goats(credit: Central Valley High School)
Prized Goat Stolen From FFA ProgramPolice are investigating after thieves stole a prized possession from a high school AG program in Ceres.
Former Taekwondo Instructor Sentenced To One Year In Jail For Sex With StudentA former Citrus Heights Taekwondo instructor was sentenced to a year in jail last Friday for having sex with a minor.
Costly Scooter CrackdownSacramento's costly crackdown could make the streets safer fo everyone.
Natomas Zoo Debate ContinuesThe zoo says it risks losing accreditation if they do not find a larger site, but the Kings say they are not ready to make a commitment.
McClatchy In Financial TroubleSacramento’s storied McClatchy Company, publishers of the Sacramento Bee, is in deep financial trouble.
Winter Weather Worries Ahead Of Possible ShutoffsCommunities in the foothills are back on the list for a possible power safety shutoff this week. It will be the fifth time this year for many people.
E-Bike And E-Scooter CrackdownThe City of Sacramento is kicking off the training wheels and will be now giving out citations for traffic and parking violations on shared e-bikes and e-scooters.
Open House ThievesA Rocklin family's home security caught suspected thieves who decided to pull a job during an open house.
Evening Forecast - Nov. 18, 2019Gearing up for gusty winds and possible power shutoffs later this week.
Police Search For Gunmen After 4 Killed At Fresno Backyard PartyTwo men with semiautomatic handguns targeted a backyard gathering of family and friends in Fresno, spraying bullets that killed four men and wounded six other people before the assailants disappeared into the darkness, police said Monday.
PG&E CEO Faces Lawmakers As New Blackouts Loom In CaliforniaPG&E said there may be more blackouts affecting more than 260,000 customers on Wednesday.
House Of Horror In NewmanIt can be considered a house of horror: eight children and a 72-year-old veteran were found living in filth, surrounded by human feces in Stanislaus County.
11/18/19 PM Digi-CastWaiting for another wind event!
CBS13 News PM News Update - 11/18/19The latest headlines.
Woman, 21, Accused Of Tampering With Central California Officer's FoodA California woman who lost a police excessive force lawsuit was arrested on suspicion of tampering with an officer's food at a McDonald's restaurant. Katie Johnston reports.
Sacramento Zoo's New Red Panda Makes His DebutHe spent several months behind the scenes bonding with his mom.
Afternoon Forecast - Nov. 18, 2019Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this week.
Lunch Break: Fresh Herbs For ThanksgivingOur produce man Michael Marks has the best deals in seasonal fruits and veggies.
Search On For 2 Suspects After Fresno Mass ShootingThe shooting left four people dead and six others injured.
PG&E CEO Testifies As Utility Faces Criticism Over Power ShutoffsBill Johnson is defending the utility's actions, saying they were the right call in terms of reducing fire risk.
Police: Suspected Shoplifter Runs Out The Door, Gets Hit By VehicleA robbery suspect didn’t get far after running out of a store with some stolen merchandise, police say. Katie Johnston reports.
Deputies Pull Over Suspect, Shoot Him With Stun Gun After He Allegedly Tries To Drive OffDeputies say they had to use a stun gun on a suspect who tried to take off after being pulled over on Sunday. Katie Johnston reports.
Officers Encounter Wayward ‘Hoverboard’ Rider On I-5 In StocktonCalifornia Highway Patrol officers in Stockton say they encountered a wayward rider on Interstate 5 over the weekend. The thing is, this man wasn’t just riding any old vehicle – he was on a “hoverboard.” Katie Johnston reports.