A Ceres man accused of secretly recording a woman who stayed at his Airbnb listing and using a false identity to contact her on Facebook was indicted by a federal grand jury for cyberstalking, U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott said in a news release on Friday.
Tuesday Afternoon Forecast - June 15, 2021Find out when the heat will settle into Northern California.
Work On Highway 99 ContinuesTuesday is the last full day of work that has kept Highway 99 closed since Friday.
NorCal Braces For HeatwaveA brutal heatwave looks to be on the way starting Wednesday.
Sacramento, Stanislaus Counties Get $1.5M Vaccine Lottery WinnersThe drawing happened on the same day that California fully reopened its economy.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 6/15/21The latest headlines.
Morning AppCast (6/15/21)The latest weather forecast.
Monday Weather Forecast - June 15, 2021Find out when things will start heating up.
California Reopening Day ArrivesTuesday is the day the Golden State fully reopens its economy.
SMF Reconsiders Decision To Fire Pride Industries After Influencers Speak OutThe county airport department recommended ending the janitorial service contract with Pride Industries, before a backlash of opposition.
Ron Burkle Sued Over Failed MLS DealA lawsuit has now been filed over the collapsed major league soccer stadium agreement in the Sacramento Railyards. Construction company Icon Venue Group is suing billionaire Ron Burkle and several partners for fraud, and breach of contract.
Mountain Lion Wanders On Citrus Heights PropertyA mountain lion spotted in Citrus Heights on Monday has neighbors on high alert. A 911 call came into the local police department saying the animal was up in a tree.
Sheriff's Department Boat Fights FireThe fire happened along the deep water channel. It was able to keep the fire from getting out of control.
3 Killed On Highway 88 Near Ione In Amador CountyA Stockton driver was allegedly drunk and trying to get away from a CHP officer when he reportedly crossed over the double-yellow line and slammed head-on into another car, killing his passenger and the two people in the other car.
Car Wrapped Around Light Pole In Fatal Rio Linda CrashThe crash happened at Elkhorn Boulevard and Dry Creek Road in Rio Linda. No word yet on the name of the driver.
Man Arrested For Allegedly Starting Fire Behind Roseville TheaterJason Scott Hollenbeck was arrested for arson after a fire started in the greenbelt behind the UA Theatres on Saturday. The fire burned about 1/8 of an acre.
Southwest Airlines Flights Grounded Due To Technical IssueSeveral of the affected flights were in Sacramento as well. The issue was resolved around 8 p.m.
72% Of Californians Have Had At Least One COVID Vaccine DoseThe infection rate of COVID-19 is under 1% in the state. At the height of the pandemic, it was 17%.
Monday Evening Forecast - 6/14/21Julie Watts delivers the Monday evening forecast.
CA Businesses Prepare For End Of COVID Restrictions,California is on the cusp of a full reopening. COVID rules officially disappear on June 15. No more tier system, no more capacity limits.
Billionaire Ron Burkle Being Sued For Fraud, Breach Of Contract After Pulling Out Of MLS DealA lawsuit has now been filed over the collapsed major league soccer stadium agreement in the Sacramento Railyards. Construction company Icon Venue Group is suing billionaire Ron Burkle and several partners for fraud, and breach of contract.
Second Suspect Arrested In Connection With Murder Of El Dorado County Woman Heather Gumina WatersA terrifying mystery continues as another arrest was made in connection to the 2019 murder of Heather Gumina Waters, an El Dorado County mom of three.
As State Reopens Tomorrow, Restaurants Hope Customers Dine-InAlthough the inside of restaurants may look spars on this, the eve of the state reopening, owners are expecting business to look different come Tuesday.
Business Owners Urge Customers To Be Patient COVID Precautions ExpireAs June 15 comes around and the state reopens, business owners want customers to know they aren't fully staffed and can't provide the service customers may expect.
Hazmat Crew, Local Sponsors Pitch In To Clean Up Folsom HomeSpring cleaning took on new meaning in Folsom after a group of companies stepped up to help a senior who had become overwhelmed. After two months of work, Gene’s home is no longer a hoard.