A thief who allegedly stole $50,000 in cash in El Dorado County was tracked down an entire year after the crime, thanks to DNA evidence left at the scene.
Stockton PD: Women Seen Carrying Trash Bags Full Of Stolen ClothesPolice in Stockton are looking for a group of women who stole clothing from a store at the Weberstown Mall last week.
Wildlife Officer Killed In Motorcycle Crash With 17-Year-Old DriverFish and Wildlife Officer Michael DeMasters was killed in an off-duty motorcycle crash in Calaveras County.
Restaurants Hit With Gusty WindsThe strong winds Wednesday dealt another blow to already struggling restaurants stuck between pandemic restrictions and unpredictable winter weather.
Man Arrested After Hours-Long Standoff In TahoeA wanted felon was arrested after an hours-long standoff in South Lake Tahoe Wednesday evening.
Former Sacramento Republican Leader Jorge Riley Charged In Capitol Riot Released From DC JailA former Sacramento Republican leader charged in the capitol riots has been released from a Washington D.C. jail.
Librarian Murder Suspect Pleads Not Guilty By Reason Of InsanityThe man accused of killing Natomas librarian Amber Clark in 2018 has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
Young Girl Saves Mom From Burning Home In TurlockA mom is alive thanks to the quick thinking of her 11-year-old daughter.
PerkinElmer Sues Whistleblower After Allegations About CA COVID Testing LabFollowing a CBS13 investigation into the state's COVID testing lab and its $1.7 billion contract with PerkinElmer, the company is now effectively suing one whistleblower and indicating it may sue others.
Experts Say Cyberbullying Is Getting Worse With Online LearningFor students in schools across the country, sitting in front of a computer screen for hours on end is the new normal. But it comes with problems made even worse by the pandemic.
After Racist Photo Incident, Sacramento Activists Push For Deeper Conversation At St. Francis High SchoolOutrage and demands for justice persist at a Sacramento Catholic high school.
Sacramento Inmates Move To Front Of COVID Vaccine LineSacramento County jail inmates may now move to the front of the COVID vaccine line.
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Evening Forecast - February 24, 2021Gusty winds expected to continue through the evening.
Asian-American Butcher Shop Owner Believes Dead Cat Dumped In Parking Lot Is A Hate CrimeA butcher shop owner is shaken after discovering a dead cat outside her South Sacramento store.
Crews Battle Grass Fire In Rio VistaGrass fires are impacting traffic on Highway 160 at Highway 12 in Rio Vista.
Yolo County Restaurants Re-Adjust To Red TierThree closures and three reopening; that’s what Kick-N-Mule manager Christina Gurr has been yo-yoing between since the pandemic started thanks to ever-changing tiers.
St. Francis High School Student In Blackface Controversy No Longer Attending SchoolSt. Francis Catholic High School confirmed Wednesday that the student responsible for the blackface photo is no longer a student at the school.
New Lawsuit Takes Aim At Former PG&E Leadership And ExecutivesA trust representing more than 80,000 victims of deadly wildfires ignited by Pacific Gas and Electric's rickety electrical grid is suing nearly two dozen of the utility's former executives and board members for alleged dereliction of their duty to ensure the equipment wouldn't kill people.
3 Arrested For Suspected Robbery, Shooting That Left Sacramento Clerk DeadDetectives have arrested the three suspects wanted for the robbery and shooting that left a Sacramento convenience store clerk dead.
Arborist Says Davis Tree That Killed Woman Looked To Have Multiple Failing LimbsMany questions still surround what led to a tree limb in Davis breaking off, crushing a woman in Davis and later killing her.
Fry's Electronics Permanently Closing All StoresFry’s Electronics is closing all their remaining stores for good.
'United For Change' Rally At St. Francis High SchoolStudents, parents and alumni gathered to protest systemic racism at Sacramento's St. Francis High School Wednesday.
Sheriff's Office Releases Video Of Shooting That Left Sacramento Deputy And K9 DeadDash camera video of the shooting that left Deputy Adam Gibson and K9 Riley dead in January has now been released by the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office.
Sacramento Police Release Bodycam Video Of East Sacramento Police ShootingThe Sacramento Police Department released video Wednesday from a police shooting last week in East Sacramento.