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Potential Coronavirus Patient Hospitalized In FolsomA patient reportedly diagnosed with the coronavirus has been hospitalized in Folsom. He was transferred to the Mercy Hospital of Folsom and said he was previously housed at Travis Air Force Base.
Armed Robbery At Chase BankOne person was injured during an armed robbery at a Chase bank in South Sacramento on Friday, police said.
Big Rig Crash In DixonThe California Highway Patrol is investigating a major injury crash in Dixon after a big rig went through a center divider on the freeway and crashed into several vehicles.
CBS13 AM News Update - 2/28/20Get caught up on the top news and weather of the morning.
Sac State Police Searching For Suspicious ManPolice say the man, who was armed with a hunting knife, said some strange things to students.
1 Person Stabbed Outside Safeway In NatomasThe condition of the victim is unknown.
Morning Forecast - 2/28/20Lori has your latest forecast for this Friday morning.
Sac-Joaquin Section HS Basketball ChampionshipsHighlights include Grant vs. St. Mary's, Del Oro vs. Antelope, Liberty Ranch vs. Sonora.
37 Firearms Seized From Oakdale HomeInvestigators serving a search warrant seized 37 guns, some stolen and illegal, and arrested three people in connection with an arrest in Oakdale from last week, the Oakdale Police Department said.
Paying Meth Users To Stop? Former Addicts Say It Won't Always WorkA potential new California bill could be a last-ditch effort to curb the state's growing methamphetamine problem, offering addicts vouchers or cash incentives to stop using.
Public Charge FearSome legal local immigrants say they are living in fear because of a new Trump administration rule.
Kidnapped Boy Found SafeRoseville police said a 10-year-old boy was located safe and his uncle is in custody after the child was allegedly kidnapped Thursday morning.
No Sacramento State Students Being Monitored For CoronavirusSacramento State University has not reported any students having contact with an infected patient.
Campus Concerns At Los Rios CollegesSacramento area colleges are kicking the cleaning efforts into high gear with several local students being monitored after they may have been exposed to the novel coronavirus.
Rep. Garamendi Blasts CDC For Coronavirus ResponseCongressman John Garamendi, who represents Solano County, is blasting the CDC, saying the U.S. coronavirus response is not up to par with other countries.
CDC Changes Testing Protocol After Solano County caseThe CDC announced changes to its coronavirus testing protocol after it was revealed the patient at UC Davis was in the hospital for days before being tested.
Race To Trace Unknown CaseHow the Solano County woman was exposed to the novel coronavirus remains a mystery, and fears a growing that infected people may be walking undetected in the general public.
Sac-Joaquin Section HS Basketball Championship HighlightsCheck out these highlights for the Sac-Joaquin Section championship games including Stockton CHS vs. Ripon CHS, El Dorado vs. Argonaut, Forest Lake CHS vs. Valley CHS.
Students Possibly ExposedUC Davis Chancellor Gary May says, out an abundance of caution, three members of the campus community have been isolated over coronavirus concerns.
3 LRCCD Students ExposedThe Los Rios Community College District says three of its students were exposed to a person who later tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Local Emergency DeclarationMarissa Pelman was live in Fairfield just before county officials held a press conference after declaring a local emergency.
Boy, 10, Suspected Of Being Kidnapped SpottedThe boy and his uncle, his alleged kidnapper, were spotted near Arden Fair Mall, Roseville PD said.
Kid, 10, Abducted By Uncle In Roseville, Police SayAuthorities said Izaivion Powell-Zeno, 10, was taken Thursday morning by his uncle, Michael Zeno, 27, who is suspected of physically assaulting the boy's parents and taken the child against his will, the Roseville Police Department said.
Number Of Pedestrian Deaths At Highest Number In 30 YearsThe number of pedestrians killed in the US is at the highest level in 30 years.

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