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UC Davis’ ‘Torture Orchard’ Stresses Trees To Find Which Ones Are Drought TolerantThe idea is to see how much stress plants and trees can take by measuring their "blood pressure."
Highway 50 Reopens After Caldor FireHighway 50 is back open in the Sierra Tuesday morning after being closed for weeks because of the Caldor Fire.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 9/21/21The latest headlines.
Tuesday Weather Forecast - Sept. 21, 2021Find out what kind of weather we're expecting on this 21st day of September.
Trailer Hauling Tomatoes Overturns In Yolo CountyNo injuries have been reported.
Fake Vaccine Card Becoming The New Fake ID?CBS13 found blank COVID-19 vaccine cards for sale on social media -- and even purchased some on Amazon in an effort to identify a scam. The ad displayed a yellow international vaccine card but arrived with what appeared to be real blank COVID vaccine cards too.
3 More Women Accuse Joseph Pimentel Of RapeMore women are coming forward against an accused serial rapist. According to the Modesto Bee, three additional victims contacted police in Turlock and Sonora claiming Joseph Pimentel attacked them. Prosecutors say he targeted homeless women. DNA evidence reportedly links him to two rape incidents in June.
Woman Verbally Attacks Face-Painter At Apple Hill Over Face Mask PolicyThe face-painter says that the grandma did not want her grandchild to wear a mask and that as the grandmother left, she said she would make sure the artist didn’t get any more business.
Study: Rancho Cordova Has Country's Rudest DriversRancho Cordova has the rudest drivers in the country. The title was based on tickets given out for bad driving behavior.
Three Bears Rescued From Caldor Fire Doing WellThree black bear cubs found after the Caldor Fire are at Sonoma Wildlife Rescue. They're doing well but are being observed by video camera so they don't become too familiar with people.
Yolobus Experiencing Shortage Of Bus DriversThirteen drivers have left the company. No drivers means no service in some areas, leaving some commuters to find another way to get home.
Lawsuit Claims City Skirted Environmental Review For Homeless Master PlanA lawsuit is threatening to derail Sacramento's master plan for its homeless crisis, according to the Sacramento Bee. The lawsuit claims the city skirted an environmental review and that the shelter under the WX Freeway puts the homeless at risk for air pollution. The city's $100 million plan approved by the city council last month, includes 20 sites for shelters and tiny homes.
Four Home Invasion Robbers Sought In SonoraFour masked gunmen broke into a home on Park Lane Sunday night. They forced their way in and subdued the residents. They then stole various items. Police believe the suspects were known to the homeowners.
No Explosives Found In Bag After Note Found At Mountain House HighThe all-clear was given Monday night after a suspicious backpack and a note were found at the multi-purpose room at Mountain House High School. The bag was later found not to contain explosives.
Car Crashes Into Apartment Unit Near Cal ExpoThe car crashed through a fence and into the front of an apartment unit in Sacramento near Cal Expo. Nobody was injured.
State Agency Begins Clean-Up In Grizzly Flats Left By Caldor FireThe California Department of Toxic Substances Control is tasked with the Caldor fire cleanup. Their job is to find dangerous material burned by the wildfire and remove it.
Application Filed To Bring Wine Bar To Historic Senator Hotel In SacramentoA new plan is being uncorked to open a wine bar in one of Sacramento's most historic buildings.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 9/20/21Here are the latest news updates from the Sacramento region.
Businesses, Residents Poised For Big Changes After Highway 50 Reopens Tuesday In The SierraThe closure of Highway 50 due to the Caldor Fire caused long detours, which was a huge blow to delivery trucks and local commerce. But businesses along the corridor are hopeful the flow of business will quickly return.
Monday Evening Forecast - 9/20/21Kristine Hanson has the latest forecast for the Sacramento region. We're looking at mid-to-low 90s this week and 80s this weekend.
Business Along Highway 50 Looking Forward To Having More VisitorsHighway 50 is going to fully reopen on Tuesday, and businesses hope it will bring many more visitors.
Rare WWII-Era Planes On Display In ModestoSome of the rarest historical military planes are on display in Modesto this week. Some people are even being allowed to fly in the aircraft.
81-Year-Old Woman Dies After Driving Into Canal Near ModestoAn 81-year-old woman is dead after the car she was driving in went into an irrigation canal near Modesto. CHP says the woman made an unsafe turn and went into the water.
Players, Parents And Coaches Protesting Elk Grove School District's Decision To Keep Non-Student Players Off FieldsA youth football program is rallying, with a message for the EGUSD: let our players use the field. Members of the Monterey Trail Jr. Mustangs say EGUSD is the only school district not letting local non-school teams use the field.

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