Several cars were vandalized in a Natomas neighborhood overnight Thursday.
Sac State Beats UC Davis In Basketball Causeway ClassicJoshua Patton scored 25 points and Ethan Esposito had a double-double and Sacramento State defeated UC Davis in the annual Causeway Classic at the Golden 1 Center on Wednesday night.
Christmas Carol Cuffed In South Lake TahoeA beloved local known for waiving to passing cars and blowing kisses was handcuffed by police, sparking controversy in the community.
Controversial Cancellation Of Honor Ride For Fallen DeputyPlans to honor a fallen hometown hero have run into a roadblock.
Students Learn Culinary Skills At New $9 Million FacilityHigh school students in Sacramento are cooking up delicacies that could rival some gourmet restaurants.
Police Department Push To Hire VeteransFor the first time, Sacramento police recruits will no longer need a four-year degree if they served in the military.
PG&E Power Shutoff LatestThe utility decided to not cut power to more than 80,000 customers in the foothills.
California Woman Facing Federal Charges For allegedly Selling Tainted Skin CreamIt's the same type of cream that left a Sacramento woman in a coma.
Yuba County Levees In Danger?Yuba and Sutter counties are the latest local governments to prioritize public safety in the face of what’s been called a statewide homeless epidemic:
Stockton Boy Rewarded For Turning In $100 BillA 12-year-old Stockton boy got a well-deserved award after finding a $100 bill on the ground at the University of the Pacific four months ago.
CBS13 Investigates: PG&E Shutoff CostsSo far, the Public Safety Power Shutoffs have cost Placer County nearly $300,000.
Cat Colony Out Of ControlNeighbors in Elk Grove say one man is taking care of dozens of cats, and now the cats are taking over the neighborhood.
K9 Units Take Down Pursuit Suspect Near I-5 Rest StopWoodland police say a man is in custody after leading police on a chase south on Interstate 5 near the Sacramento International airport.
Evening Weather - Nov. 20, 2019Mid-60s for the rest of the week.
Rancho Cordova Homicide InvestigationA homicide leads to the discovery that people were living in a tent in a woman's backyard.
Army Vet Back On The GridironUC Davis senior football player Doug Drakeley looks a little different than he did as a freshman, seeing as he started school nine years ago. CBS13's Marshall Harris explains how Drakeley's journey took him from the gridiron, around the world, and back again.
Chase Suspect ArrestedWoodland police say a man is in custody after leading police on a chase south on Interstate 5 near the Sacramento International airport.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 11/20/19The latest headlines.
11/20/19 PM Digi-CastLess wind and near normal temps!
Nash & Proper Food Truck To Open Permanent Location After Winning ‘Calling All Dreamers’ CompetitionNash & Proper is set to have a proper location after winning the 2019 “Calling All Dreamers” competition. Katie Johnston reports.
CHP Officers Issue 19 Citations To Stockton Unified Parents During Morning Drop-OffStockton CHP officers issued 19 citations during morning dropoff at two Stockton schools Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Orders Transgender Pride Flag To Fly Over State Capitol For Day Of RemembranceThe Transgender Pride Flag is being flown over the California State Capitol on Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 11/20/19The latest headlines.
Hungry Bear Gets Stuck In CarAuthorities warn that bears are hungry and getting ready for hibernation. (Video provided by the Placer County Sheriff's Office)
Travel Mag Urges People To Avoid Visiting Big SurThe scenic Central Coast location just made the "Do Not Visit" list.