It's a tale of two cities in Lake Tahoe where on one side of the street casinos are reopening and on the other, hotels remain closed.

Latest Videos

Preventing Wrong-Way Crashes On California HighwaysA new project is pumping the brakes on wrong-way drivers. The results of a three-year pilot program conducted by Caltrans and UC Davis have finally been released.
Local Fairgrounds Donating Picnic Tables To RestaurantsCoronavirus shut down the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds on March 16 and they have not been open since. Despite the venue's slow summer, they’re doing what they can to make sure local businesses in their area stay on their feet.
Placerville Leaders Discuss Removing Noose From LogoThe city known as "Hangtown" is discussing removing the noose from its logo.
Republic Fan Group 'Levee Patrol' Gets Sneak Peek At Team's ReturnIn their first game back, Sacramento Republic FC played the Tacoma Defiance Monday.
Mental Impacts Of Coronavirus Shut DownsThe return of widespread coronavirus restrictions in California will have a big psychological impact on business owners and employees forced out of work again.
SacRT Bus Driver Tests Positive For CoronavirusA SacRT bus driver has tested positive for coronavirus, officials say.
San Joaquin County Sheriff Contracted COVID-19San Joaquin County Sheriff Pat Withrow tested positive for COVID-19 last week.
Back To Square One: California Imposes New Shut DownsWeeks of warnings end with shutdowns across the board. Now no matter where you live, bars are ordered to close and indoor dining has been stopped.
Stanislaus County Hospitals Stretched ThinAn increase in coronavirus cases is having a direct impact on hospitals in Stanislaus County, many pulling resources to meet the need.
Suspect In Sierra County Fatal Shooting Faces Murder ChargesThe suspect is accused of shooting three people, including a Bay Area doctor.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 7/13/20The latest headlines.
Youth Sports Confusion Continues In California: Parents Calling For Statewide GuidelinesParents are calling on the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) to issue clear youth sports guidelines as the state and counties continue to flip-flop on permission to play. Many worry that the longer the state waits to issue guidance, the greater the risk to kids. They point out that many kids are playing sports anyway.
Some Districts Going 100% VirtualStockton Unified announced students will not be returning to the classroom in August.
Closures Delivering Big Blow To BusinessesAside from gyms, places like hair salons and barbershops were ordered to stop indoor operations in the 29 counties on the state’s watch list.
Stockton Unified: School Will Begin With 100% Distance LearningStudents in the Stockton Unified School District will not be returning to the classroom next month for the first day of school due to the increase in coronavirus cases in San Joaquin County.
Evening Forecast - July 13, 2020We're seeing some classic July weather with temperatures hanging in the mid-90s this week.
Veteran Helping Frontline Nurses With 'HERO-carts'A Navy Veteran who has worked in the medical field for decades is now answering the call to help nurses on the front lines.
Sacramento Mayor Proposes The City Buy 500 Tiny Homes For HomelessThe $5 million proposal would distribute 500 tiny homes to organizations willing to create small communities for the homeless.
Kings' Richaun Holmes In Quarantine After Leaving NBA CampusSacramento's Richaun Holmes revealed Monday that he "briefly and accidentally" crossed the NBA campus line to pick up a food delivery. Under the NBA's rules of the restart, he now has to spend 10 days in quarantine.
Stanislaus County Schools Not Reopening In AugustThe county decided Monday that schools will resume distance learning in August.
Hospital Surge Plans In Stanislaus CountyHospitals in Stanislaus County are being stretched thin as the county now has the highest positivity rate in the state.
Reopening Rollback Forcing Salons In 29 Counties To Close AgainIn Sacramento County, some business owners are disappointed they have to shut down for a second time.
Business Owners Confused Over Recent ClosuresThe state ordered businesses, including salons and personal care services in some counties, to close Monday. Business owners are now scrambling to find out what that means for them.
7/13/20 PM Digi-CastNear normal for July!

Search Video