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CBS13 News AM News Update - 7/10/20The latest headlines.
More Counties Land On State's Coronavirus Watch ListPlacer, Yuba and Sutter counties are now all on the list over concerning infection rates and lower hospital capacity.
Teachers Say They're Not Ready To Return To ClassroomThe California Teachers Association is petitioning state lawmakers that it's too early to start reopening schools.
Friday Weather Forecast - July 10, 2020Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this weekend.
Morning AppCast (7/10/20)The latest weather forecast.
Nevada City Mayor Reinette Senum Steps Down From City CouncilSenum's term ended Wednesday but she was set to remain on the city council until 2024.
Diving For Trash In Lake TahoeA group of SCUBA professionals is working to reduce the amount of trash in Lake Tahoe.
Dumped Duckling Finds HomeJennifer Pasquetti with Pacific Waterfowl Rescue took Mumble in after someone dumped the little duckling at a lake, hardly giving it a shot at surviving.
North Highlands Church Targeted With HateThe Sacramento County Sheriff's Office is investing a hate crime after messages of hate were plastered on a North Highlands Church, left for church members to see.
Tahoe Enforcement Crackdown As Cases RiseA battle to stay off the state watch list is brewing in El Dorado County. County leaders have vowed to crack down as coronavirus cases surge in South Lake Tahoe.
Cal Fire Crews Fighting More Than FlamesFirefighters are battling two enemies this summer season: wildfires and a global pandemic. One battle is more familiar than the other.
Helicopter Assists With River RescueCredit: CHP Valley Division Air Operations.
Structures Burned In Del Paso Heights FireFirefighters are investigating a fire that burned at least one structure and several outbuildings in Del Paso Heights.
This Week In Politics With Gary DietrichCBS13 Political Analyst Gary Dietrich breaks down the latest in politics affecting the greater Sacramento region. (7/9/20)
El Dorado County Holding Emergency COVID-19 Enforcement MeetingCounty leaders say South Lake Tahoe has been a hotspot in the county.
Church In North Highlands VandalizedOfficials say vandals climbed onto the roof of the Murph-Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church and wrote racial threats of violence on their air conditioning unit.
Structure Fire Burning In Del Paso HeightsFirefighters say vehicles are also on fire.
Are Hospitals Prepared For The Surge?Hospitalizations are up across several counties. Many are dealing with double the patients.
Evening Forecast - July 9, 2020Staying hot this week.
Preserving Piece Of Musical History From WWIIA West Sacramento man is bringing his grandfather’s 75-year-old records new life, hoping to turn them into an album for all to hear.
State Investing Millions To Prepare For Wildfires During PandemicAs California enters wildfire season, the state is scrambling to find sufficient firefighters amid a coronavirus outbreak that has depleted the ranks of inmates who usually handle some of the toughest duties and caused a budget deficit that derailed plans to hire 600 new state firefighters and support personnel.
California Teachers Association Expresses Concern Over Classroom SafetyWith coronavirus running rampant in the Sacramento area, some California teachers are feeling hesitant about heading back to class.
Case Spike In El Dorado CountyOfficials are holding an emergency meeting to discuss ways to slow the spread of coronavirus in the county.
Testing Site Shuts Down In South SacramentoThe demand for coronavirus testing is increasing by the day after the number of confirmed cases in Sacramento county tripled in just a matter of weeks.

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