Angelia Gordon, Executive Director of Sacramento Fine Arts, joins our Dina Kupfer to tell us about the second hand art supply sale taking place this weekend in Carmichael!
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Wednesday Afternoon Forecast - April 14, 2021Find out how hot things will be getting by the weekend.
Lunch Break: Deals Of The WeekOur produce man Michael Marks always has the best deals in seasonal fruits and veggies.
Sierra Gets A Fleeting Burst Of SnowUp to a foot of snow fell in some parts of the high country Tuesday into Wednesday, but things will heat up a lot soon.
Prosecutor: Kristin Smart Was Killed During 1996 Rape AttemptMissing California college student Kristin Smart was killed in 1996 during an attempted rape by a fellow student and the suspect’s father helped hide her body, the San Luis Obispo County district attorney said Wednesday.
USA Track & Field Junior Olympic Championships Returning To Sacramento In 2022The USA Track & Field Junior Olympic Championships will be coming back to Sacramento next summer, organizers say.
Early Morning Crash In LincolnA roadway in Lincoln is back open after a crash early Wednesday morning.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 4/14/21The latest headlines.
Wednesday Weather Forecast - April 14, 2021Find out what kind of weather we're expecting the rest of the week.
Morning AppCast (4/14/21)The latest weather forecast.
Little Library In Lodi Pt. 2Come check out the little library at the Migrant Center on E. Harney Lane in Lodi!
Baby Born In Parking Garage Of UC Davis Medical CenterAn Auburn woman has quite the delivery story after she gave birth in a hospital parking garage. There have been plenty of parents-to-be who have pulled into the UC Davis Medical Center’s parking garage. One of them being Madison Fritter on St. Patrick’s Day.
CBS13 Investigates: Should Rapid Test Be Used To Test School Athletes?Delayed COVID tests from the state lab forced some schools to cancel their football games on Friday. Other teams decided to get rapid tests before the game and got to play. Now two of those teams are quarantined because when the state's result finally came in, a player with a negative rapid test got a positive result from the state. But was the rapid test wrong? Should schools rely on the state lab moving forward?
Police Chase Vehicle On Runway Of Sacramento Executive AirportThe driver reportedly crashed through a gate to get into the airport property. He then drove around and even ran into several parked planes before he was arrested on suspicion of DUI. The airport is considering adding 24-hour security.
California Collects The Most Taxes From Marijuana Than Any Other StateIn 2020, $2.5 billion in taxes from marijuana were collected. California accounted for half of that amount.
MLS Commissioner Calling Sacramento 'COVID Casualty'League Commissioner Don Garber says Sacramento is still a good MLS soccer market, but that the league is looking at other cities as potential MLS expansion areas.
CHP Helicopter Rescue In El Dorado CountyThe CHP lowered a rescuer to the woman and her dog and walked them back to safety.
Placerville City Council Votes Unanimously To Remove Noose From City LogoIn a late-night decision, city councilmembers voted to remove the noose from the logo. It's a huge decision by the city council that announced they're ready to move forward with change and not use a symbol that brings pain to people.
Sacramento Hires Inspector GeneralWith the topic of police reform back on the national stage, on Tuesday, Sacramento announced the hiring of it's first inspector general who is tasked with investigating use-of-force incidents within the police department.
Painful Parallels Between Disappearances Of Kristin Smart And Christie WilsonIts rare, but not totally uncommon to see homicide investigations with no body, but for families, communities, and prosecutors it's a long and difficult road to justice.
Protesters March In Downtown Sacramento In Wake Of Daunte Wright ShootingProtesters marched through downtown Sacramento Tuesday night, speaking out against the killing of Daunte Wright.
Protesters Demanding Justice Following Daunted Wright Shooting March In SacramentoProtesters are marching through downtown Sacramento, speaking out against the killing of Daunte Wright.
Clinics Adapt As Pause Put On Johnson & Johnson Vaccine DistributionThe Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine has been shelved due to reported side effects.
Podcaster Credited With Helping Lead To Arrest Of To Men In Kristin Smart's DisappearanceThe Smart family, the sheriff, and the president of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo are crediting podcaster Chris Lambert with helping lead police to the arrest of Reuben and Paul Flores.
Pause On Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Sends Some Clinics Scrambling, Fuels HesitationHalting the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine sent some clinics scrambling and closed others down on Tuesday. It also fueled fears in some.