Authorities say they had to use spike strips on one of their own patrol vehicles after it was stolen during a shift change Wednesday morning. Katie Johnston reports.

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CBS13 News AM News Update - 1/28/21Get caught up on the top news stories of the day from across Northern California.
House In Arden Park Area Of Sacramento Catches FireFirefighters responded to a fire at a home at the corner of Castec and Arroyo Grande drives in Sacramento on Thursday morning.
Utility Crews Working Around The Clock To Restore Power In The Sacramento AreaThousands of SMUD and PG&E customers are in the dark -- some for two days -- as power slowly comes back on. Crews are said to be working around the clock, assessing damage, and making the necessary repairs.
Crew Repairs Power Line Damaged By Tree In Midtown SacramentoThere were 16,500 SMUD customers without power Thursday morning after the powerful storm knocked down power lines throughout the area.
Morning Forecast - 1/28/21Jordan Segundo explains what's in store for the Sacramento region.
'Mighty Ducks' Actor Shaun Weiss Celebrates One Year Of SobrietyA year after his arrest in Marysville, "Mighty Ducks" actor Shaun Weiss is celebrating one year of sobriety. 
Snow Piling Up On Sierra RoadwaysThis storm is bringing a lot of snow to the Sierra, creating dangerous conditions on the roads. Officials are strongly discouraging travel.
Sacramento City Council Passes Emergency Ordinance To Shelter HomelessA deadly night led to major changes in Sacramento Wednesday. The City of Sacramento passed an emergency ordinance to get the homeless off the streets after two people did not make it through Tuesday night's storm.
Flames Tear Through Nevada City Home Hours After Snow StormAs snow hit the streets of Nevada City Wednesday, a huge fire broke out downtown.
Car Crashes Into Strip Mall, Man InjuredA man was seriously injured when a vehicle crashed into a Sacramento strip mall Wednesday night.
SMUD, PG&E Work To Restore Power Ahead Of More StormsSeveral hours of wild weather knocked out power at tens of thousands of homes across the Sacramento region.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 1/27/21The latest headlines.
Evening Forecast - January 27, 2021This storm is sticking around for the next few days!
Rain Picking Up In San Joaquin CountyCBS13's Renée Santos is in Stockton where crews are still working the cleanup debris as the rain picks up. (6 p.m. Update)
Funeral Services Announced For Fallen DeputyDeputy Adam Gibson will be honored at Bayside Church in Roseville next week.
Storm Watch: Rain And Snow Starting To Pickup AgainAs cities cross the Valley surveyed damage from Tuesday night, rain and wind started to pickup Wednesday evening, bringing the second wave of this winter storm. In the Sierra, conditions are worsening, with heavy snowfall.
No Major Damage In Grass Valley After StormThe foothill town survived Tuesday's storm relatively unscathed.
Solano County Preparing For Second Round Of RainNeighbors were cleaning up fallen trees and debris Tuesday as they prepared for the second wave of the winter storm.
Sacramento Neighbors Cleaning Up After Big StormSacramento residents woke up to trees in the street, a barbeque in the pool, and power outages Wednesday.
City Council Declares Emergency To Open Shelters For HomelessThe Sacramento City Council held an emergency meeting Wednesday after two homeless individuals died in the storm overnight.
Flooding In Modesto and MantecaFirefighters were busy Wednesday morning as they responded to damage and flooded roads.
Sierra Slammed With SnowCaltrans is expecting this storm to get much stronger as we head into the evening hours. High winds and heavy snowfall can cause accidents, traffic delays, so they will be keeping an eye on that.
Outdoor Dining Setups Damaged In StormSacramento businesses were left to pick up the pieces Wednesday morning after the storm damaged their outdoor dining tents and furniture.

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