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Several Arrests Made After Sacramento CurfewSeveral people have been arrested for violating the Sacramento curfew Tuesday night.
Suspect In Custody After Reported Freeway ShootingAccording to CHP, a driver was shot by their passenger while driving on the freeway.
Shooting Investigation Shuts Down Southbound I-5The southbound lanes of Interstate 5 are all blocked north of 43rd Avenue due to police activity.
Coyote Controversy In Midtown NeighborhoodA family of coyotes has made their home in a midtown Sacramento neighborhood drawing mixed reactions from residents in the area.
San Joaquin Spike Could Set Back Reopening PlansSan Joaquin County has seen a significant increase in cases this week.
Understanding The Unrest: Why Are People Protesting?CBS13's Velena Jones brings context to the civil unrest unfolding around the country.
Arrests Being Made In Downtown Sacramento On Second Night Of CurfewSeveral people have been arrested for violating the Sacramento curfew Tuesday night. 
Protest Paramedics Volunteer To Help Give AidA group of people trained in emergency first aid are coming together during protests in Sacramento, putting their experience where their hearts are.
18-Year-Old Hit With Rubber Bullet Still RecoveringA teen who was shot in the face with a rubber bullet during a protest this weekend in Sacramento is still recovering. Family says he has a broken jaw and a gash in his cheek.
Three Dead After Helicopter Hit Power Line And Crashed In FairfieldAuthorities say three people were killed in a helicopter crash near Fairfield Tuesday afternoon.
Solano County Imposes Curfew TuesdaySolano County is under curfew and businesses are boarded up after violent looting Monday night.
Sacramento Curfew Violators Speak OutAs Sacramento begins a second night under curfew, police announced they made 48 arrests for violating the curfew order Monday — the first night it was issued.
Peaceful Protests Continue In Sacramento On Second Night Of CurfewProtesters marched around downtown, gathering at the state capitol and Cesar Chavez Plaza.
Police Investigation Closes Southbound I-5The southbound lanes of Interstate 5 are all blocked north of 43rd Avenue due to police activity.
#BlackoutTuesday Takes Over Social MediaYou may have noticed by now, Instagram and Twitter feeds were full of black squares Tuesday.
Protesters Marching In Downtown SacramentoCrowds have gathered for the fifth night to protest the killing of George Floyd and police brutality.
Large Group Of Protesters Gather At State CapitolProtestors gather on the east steps of the #California state capitol. Demonstrators asked CHP officers to take a knee but officers refused.
Helicopter Working On PG&E Lines Crashes Near FairfieldThe helicopter was contracted by PG&E to work on high-voltage lines. Around 1 p.m., the utility says the helicopter hit a line and crashed below.
Doctors, Nurses Gather To Protest At State CapitolA large group of medical professionals gathered to protest police brutality.
Peaceful Protest In Solano CountyA group gathered in Cordelia Tuesday evening for a peaceful protest, distancing themselves from the violence and looting that occurred Monday night.
Evening Forecast - June 2, 2020The heat advisory is set to last through Thursday.
New Exhibits Added As Sacramento Zoo Moves Toward ReopeningThe zoo has not been given the green light to reopen.
Guidelines Released For Sacramento County Schools To ReopenUltimately, each district will be responsible for its own reopening criteria.
State Supreme Court Hears Scott Peterson Death Sentence AppealMore than 15 years after the Christmas Eve murder of pregnant Modesto school teacher Laci Peterson grabbed national headlines, an attorney will ask the California Supreme Court Tuesday to reverse her husband Scott's death sentence because the national media attention did not allow him a fair trial.

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