26 lawmakers were falsely identified as criminals when their photos were compared with mug shots of people that were arrested.
Driver Suspected Of Doing Donuts In Auburn Neighborhood Arrested After ChaseA driver suspected of doing donuts in an Auburn neighborhood has been arrested after a chase Wednesday night. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 9/19/19The latest headlines.
Fed Lowers Rate, Sparks Hope of Another Mortgage Rate DropThe Fed lowering the interest rate is a welcome sign in a slowing market where lower rates may open doors for potential buyers and current homeowners.
Moneywatch: Glassdoor Releases List Of Highest Paying Jobs For 2019Glassdoor is out with its list of the highest-paying jobs this year.
Deputies Investigating Suspicious Death After Body Of Man Found In Sacramento CountyDeputies are investigating after a body was found in between Rosemont and Rancho Cordova early Thursday morning.
Morning Forecast - Sept. 19, 2019Find out what kind of weather we're expecting as we end the week.
Deadly Crash North Of Woodland Closes I-5One person has died in the crash, CHP says.
Can Sex Offenders Live Near Schools?An Olivehurst Grandmother is furious after learning that a sex offender is living just feet away from her neighborhood elementary school.
Eagle Brought To Stanislaus Animal Rescue CenterWildlife officials in Stanislaus County are looking into what caused an eagle to suddenly fall from on top of a two-story building in the town of Westley.
Lawsuit Goes Forward Over Transgender Man's Canceled HysterectomyAn appeals court has given a Sacramento-area transgender man the green light to sue Mercy San Juan Medical Center after canceling his elected hysterectomy at the last minute.
Flood Advisory For Feather River Area Along I-70The foothills got a good drenching on Wednesday, causing a flood advisory along the Feather River and Highway 70.
Modesto Student Vaping ArrestThe vaping craze landed a local high school student in cuffs on Wednesday night after he was caught allegedly selling supplies from his car on a Modesto campus.
Evening Forecast - 9/18/19Dave Bender has your latest evening forecast.
Tracy Airline Mechanic Accused Of Having Terrorist TiesAn American Airlines mechanic from Tracy accused of trying to sabotage a plane allegedly has ties to ISIS.
Sac State Intruders Concern StudentsThe university says it will install a security system with intruder alarms by the end of the semester.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 9/18/19Get caught up on the top news stories of the day.
Pres. Trump Fundraising Blitz ContinuesPres. Trump was in California again Wednesday to raise funds for his presidential re-election campaign.
Battle Brewing Over Trump's Revocation Of California's Green Air WaverPres. Trump says the action will make cars safer, but Gov. Newsom says the move puts drivers' health and safety at risk.
Two Detained After Rio Linda ChaseThe chase ended when the car crashed at 4th and Rio Linda Boulevard.
Rain Easing Fire Concerns In California FoothillsAre recent storms lowering our chances of fires in the state?
Rio Linda ChaseNo injuries were reported. Two people were detained.
9/18/19 PMDigi-CastDrying out and staying mild!
Social Media Post Of Teen Holding Gun Leads To Arrest By Rocklin PoliceA 16-year-old is under arrest after a post on social media that allegedly showed them holding a gun, police say. Katie Johnston reports.
Baby Animal RescueIn the last few weeks, Gold Country Wildlife has received dozens of baby animals.
Afternoon Forecast - Sept. 18, 2019Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this week.
Lunch Break: Smitten Apples, Avocados And GrapesOur produce man Michael Marks has the best deals in seasonal fruits and veggies.
Emergency Response Training At Folsom DamDon't fret if you see a lot of emergency personnel at Folsom Dam on Wednesday.
Trump Bars California From Setting Stricter Fuel Standards, Gov. Newsom DefiantPresident Donald Trump announced Wednesday that his administration is revoking California's authority to set auto mileage standards stricter than those issued by federal regulators.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Signs Gig Economy Bill Into Law That Could Transform Uber And LyftThe California legislation that could transition tens of thousands of so-called “gig economy” workers from independent contractors into full-time employees has been signed into law.