Here the latest stories from around the region.
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Power Outage In Pocket AreaA car crashed into a power pole, knocking out power to thousands of customers on Tuesday morning.
Chase Ends In Rancho CordovaThe chase suspect call 911 and said he didn't want to get hurt. He also told them where he was.
Morning Forecast - 10/15/19It'll be sunny on Tuesday. Clouds and chances of showers moving will move in on Wednesday.
Gov. Newsom Calls For Rebate To Customers From PG&EThe governor says that customers should receive $100 each from the utility.
CHP Make 4 DUI Arrests In 4 Hours In PlacervilleTwo of the DUI suspects were involved in crashes.
Roseville Police Investigating Possible Quadruple HomicideRoseville police are investigating a quadruple homicide after a man turned himself in to Mount Shasta police Monday around noon.
Hong Kong Conflict Hits UC DavisThe Hong Kong conflict is hitting the UC Davis campus as students who support Hong Kong are being met with pushback.
4.5 Magnitude Earthquake Felt In VacavilleThe head cook at Buffalo Wild Wings in Vacaville said he could see the oil in the fryers move during the quake Monday night.
Community Garden Smashed By VandalsA community garden that was growing food for a local food bank was vandalized over the weekend.
Grizzly Crime At Folsom CafeThe owners of a historic Folsom cafe are looking for information after their bear statue was vandalized early Sunday morning.
Newsom Pushing Back Against PG&E, Calls For Customer RebatesGovernor Gavin Newsom is pushing back even more against PG&E after widespread power outages left nearly 2 million Californians in the dark.
4.5 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Pleasant HillA 4.5 magnitude earthquake struck south of Pleasant Hill around 10:33 p.m. Monday.
Party Store Owner Working To Save Celebrations After Fire A popular party supply store is picking up the pieces after a fire destroyed much of its inventory including quinceanera and wedding dresses.
Governor Vetoes Paid Family Leave BillIt passed the legislature with a near-unanimous vote, but now Governor Gavin Newsom has vetoed a bill that would have given teachers six weeks paid leave after giving birth.
Quadruple Murder Confession In Mt. ShastaRoseville police are investigating a homicide involving four victims after a man turned himself in to Mount Shasta police Monday.
Cutting The Cord With PG&EThe mayor of Rocklin wants to break up with PG&E. He says high utilities were a concern even before the shutoffs hit parts of the city, and now he wants the city to control its own power.
Roseville Police Investigating Quadruple HomicidePolice say the suspect drove to Mount Shasta with a dead body in his car and turned himself in to authorities in Siskiyou County.
Evening Forecast - Oct. 14, 2019Mild temperatures dipping into the low 70s by the weekend.
Businesses Demanding Change At Dangerous Intersection DowntownSome businesses in Downtown Sacramento are demanding change at what they call a dangerous intersection.
This Week In Politics With Gary DietrichCBS13's Political Analyst Gary Dietrich breaks down the latest in California and national politics this week.
CPUC Issues Sanctions Against PG&ECalifornia's top utility regulator blasted Pacific Gas and Electric on Monday for what she called "failures in execution" during the largest planned power outage in state history to avoid wildfires that she said, "created an unacceptable situation that should never be repeated."
Suspected Killer Turns Himself InRoseville police are investigating a homicide involving four victims after a man turned himself in to Mount Shasta police Monday.
California Public Utilities Commission Issues Sanctions Against PG&ECalifornia's top utility regulator blasted Pacific Gas and Electric on Monday for what she called "failures in execution" during the largest planned power outage in state history to avoid wildfires that she said, "created an unacceptable situation that should never be repeated."