Representatives from all faiths joined together to celebrate diversity and unity and put the mission statement of habitat for humanity to practice.
Game On Despite Outbreak At Rocklin Basketball CenterPlacer County has asked the Courtside Basketball Center in Rocklin to shut down after at least 30 positive coronavirus cases were linked to a youth basketball tournament at the facility.
Burglars Hit Rocklin Paintball BusinessA Rocklin business owner said thieves stole thousands of dollars and nearly 20 paintball guns from his store on Thursday night.
Low Temperatures Draw Concerns Over Potential Homeless Camp FiresThere's no doubt that many nerves are raw after a devastating and deadly fire season. Now as temperatures drop, there are increasing concerns with a rise in homeless camp fires.
1 Killed, 1 Injured In Arden Fair ShootingOne person is dead and another was taken to the hospital after a shooting occurred at the Arden Fair mall on Friday evening, the Sacramento Fire Department said.
Witnesses Describe Chaos Amid Deadly Arden Fair ShootingCrowds were forced to leave the mall after a shooter opened fire.
CBS13 PM News Update - 11/27/20Here is what's going on around the region.
Sacramento Residents Opt Out Of Black Friday ShoppingNature had the best deals for this family this holiday season.
Paintball Guns, Money Stolen From Rocklin Paintball BusinessThe owner said approximately $6,000 in money and items was stolen.
6 Injured In Modesto CrashAuthorities said a driver ran a red light, resulting in the crash.
Man Killed In Rollover Crash In Stanislaus CountyThe identity of the victim has not yet been released.
Evening Forecast - 11/27/20Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
Small Businesses Prepare For Holiday Shopping SeasonSacramento business associations are doing all they can to promote Small Business Saturday this year.
Students Offered Online Pet Therapy Amid PandemicThere's nothing more calming than petting a dog.
Black Friday Shoppers Gather At Roseville GalleriaBusinesses started putting safety measures in place on the biggest shopping day of the year.
Suspected Home Depot Thief Arrested In Placer CountyA Nevada City man was arrested for allegedly stealing items from a Home Depot right after he reportedly got into a stolen truck.
Noon Forecast - 11/27/20We'll be hovering in the 60s in the daytime hours and in the 30s overnight.
'Frosty the Snowman' Airs Friday Night At 7 p.m.The Christmas classic is followed by 'Frosty Returns' on CBS13.
Roseville Galleria Mall Warns It Will Close Entrance Roads If Attendance Too HighThe mall says if too many people come to the mall, it will limit the number of those allowed inside in order to promote social distancing.
Black Friday Shoppers Facing Smaller Lines For Fewer Deals This YearDespite an even greater reason to shop online this year, diehard shoppers lined up for a traditional shopping experience.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 11/27/20Get caught up on the top news stories of the morning.
EDD Inmate Fraud ‘Just The Tip of the Iceberg’?The recent revelation of the billion-dollar EDD fraud linked to California inmates is just the latest in a long line of EDD failures -- several of them were first exposed by CBS13.
Black Friday 2020 Won't Be What It Used To BeAbandoned parking lots, stacked shopping carts, and closed stores are making a new trend in the Sacramento region on the eve of what is typically the biggest shopping day of the year.
'Truly Unbelievable': Vacaville Couple Still Finds Reasons To Be Thankful After Losing Everything In FireIt's a Thanksgiving like no other for many who are still picking up the pieces from one of the worst fire seasons in state history. Ken and Marci Albers lost more than a dozen classic cars and a house full of antiques when the LNU Lightning Complex fire ripped through Vacaville over the summer.
UC Davis Chancellor Apologizing To Fraternity It Accused Of Holding 'Superspreader' EventLast week, the school launched an investigation into Theta Chi, saying the frat allegedly threw a party after one of it's members tested positive for COVID-19. Investigators didn't find any evidence to back up those claims. Chancellor Gary May apologized for causing "discomfort and embarassment" to the fraternity.