Police swarmed a north Sacramento neighborhood on the report of a shooting Friday morning, only to find out it was a hoax.
Karate Classes Move Outside After ClosuresA second round of shutdowns has hit businesses in counties across California, including indoor gyms facilities.
Vandals Hit West Sacramento VFWA vandal stole a POW flag and American flag from the center.
Licensed Social Worker To Head New Community Response OfficeThe office is designed to respond to 911 calls that do not require a police officer.
Local Organizations Demand Sacramento County Leaders Defund PoliceOrganizers spoke outside the Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday saying community-led organizations should be invested in.
New Tech Will Greet Sutter Union Students This FallAs parents prepare to send their children back into the classroom, the high school is buying a dozen artificial intelligence devices with thermal sensors and facial identification technology for their buses and campus.
Pilot In Fatal Crash Identified As Naval Air Station SurgeonA pilot killed in a single-engine plane crash near Lake Tahoe was a surgeon at Naval Air Station Fallon who served in Iraq and was part of a rescue team that helped save an injured rock climber who was stranded in the Sierra a year ago.
Sunday Showdown: Some Churches Choosing To Defy State OrderThousands won’t be sitting in church pews this weekend after Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered churches to close indoor operations in 29 counties on the state monitoring list.
El Dorado County Salons Remain Open For BusinessSalons in El Dorado Hills are experiencing a surge in customers.
Trump Administration Drops Order Barring international StudentsFacing eight federal lawsuits and opposition from hundreds of universities, the Trump administration on Tuesday rescinded a rule that would have required international students to transfer or leave the country if their schools held classes entirely online because of the pandemic.
Back-To-School Scramble Across CaliforniaSome districts are opting to go 100% online while others debate hybrid models and returning to the classroom full-time.
Unemployed Again? Reopening Claims Amid Second ShutdownWe’re 18 weeks into the pandemic and some who are still waiting for their unemployment from the first round of closures now have to re-open their claims as their industries close again.
Businesses Scrambling To Adapt To ClosuresThe ever-changing rules coming down from the governor are leaving many small business owners in Modesto stressed.
Vegetation Fire Expected To Burn 125 AcresFirefighters are working to contain a vegetation fire burning on Excelsior Road near Dierks Road in Vineyard.
Evening Forecast - July 14, 2020Staying in the 90s this week.
South Lake Tahoe Postponing All Big Events Until Mid-SeptemberThe city says all concerts and big events will have to wait.
California's New Coronavirus Testing StrategyThe state is scrambling to improve COVID-19 testing.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 7/14/20The latest headlines.
Split Over Reopening Schools Amid PandemicWe're still weeks away from school beginning again and some districts are already calling off in-person classes.
Testing Sites Reopening In Sacramento CountyAs the state shuts down more and more businesses, coronavirus testing sites are reopening to meet growing demand.
7/14/20 PM Digi-CastJust about right for July!
5 Sacramento-Area Eateries Cited By ABC For Allowing Dining InCalifornia Alcoholic Beverage Control officials say five Sacramento-area restaurants were among those cited for continuing to allow indoor dining over the Fourth of July weekend.
Republic Levee PatrolCBS 13 News at 10:00 p.m.
California Ski Resort Eyes Name Change Over Derogatory TermCalifornia’s popular Squaw Valley Ski Resort is considering changing its name to remove the word “squaw” — a derogatory term for Native American women — amid a national reckoning over racial injustice and inequality. Katie Johnston reports.
Raw: Sewer Main Break In Placer CountyCrews are now cleaning up the mess. (Video provided by the Placer County Sheriff's Office)