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CBS13 PM News Update - 11/27/21The latest headlines and the weather forecast for the Greater Sacramento Area.
Saturday Evening Forecast - 11/27/21Saturday's weather forecast for the Greater Sacramento Region.
Small Business Saturday Is Back In SacramentoSmall Business Saturday is back in Sacramento, giving the residents a chance to support local businesses.
3-Car Crash On Folsom BlvdAfter a three car crash on Folsom Boulevard today, the road has reopened.
Christmas Tree Season BeginsChristmas tree season is upon us with some lots having too many to spare.
Electric Big Rigs Could Help Make The Planet A Little GreenerBattery-operated semi-trucks could improve companies' carbon footprints.
Smash and Grab Robberies on Black FridayPolice responded to another high-end heist at Bodega Bonetta. This is the latest in a string of smash and grab robberies across California.
Saving The Festival Of Lights In WoodlandBusiness owners in Woodland rallied to save the Festival of Lights.
Shoppers Surprised By Lack Of Crowds At Roseville GalleriaWith the coronavirus and uptick in crime, crowds were less than expected at the Roseville Galleria.
Musical Theater Legend Stephen Sondheim Dead at 91CBS13 looks back on Sondheim's decade of influence in musical theater and pop-culture.
Small Businesses Bank On Your Big BucksThis holiday season, many smaller businesses are counting on customers due to employee and financial shortages.
Family Fought To Save Christmas Tree Farm From Caldor FireAn El Dorado County Christmas tree farm fights to save their Christmas tree farm from the effects of the Caldor Fire.
New Coronavirus Variant Called OmicronThe new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, is causing concern for millions of Americans.
Caltrans Is Closing Highway Near Fairfield On December 4thA heads up for drivers, Caltrans will be closing a stretch of Interstate 80 near Fairfield for about 10 hours on December 4th.
Doughnut Shop Burglarized On Thanksgiving In SacramentoA beloved doughnut shop near Sacramento's Tahoe Park was burglarized on Thanksgiving morning.
Bear Cub University: Wild Bears Taken In After California FiresBear cubs affected by the California fires now have their own university where they can learn to live in the wild.
A Restaurant In Rancho Cucamonga Had To Close Due To Lack Of EmployeesWith no workers showing up, the restaurant had to close their doors.
Homeless Man May Face Charges For Sleeping In ChurchA homeless man could potentially face charges for breaking into a church to get out of the cold. Wow.
Shipping Container Backlog May Cause Slower Delivery This Holiday SeasonSupply chain bottlenecks may cause delays in shipping holiday goods this year.
Black Friday Retailers Are Cracking Down On Crime In Creative WaysWith the uptick on smash-and-grab robberies, Black Friday retailers are cracking down on crime in creative ways.
New Shopping Option: Buy Now, Pay LaterNew payment options help Black Friday shoppers afford to shop away.
Drought Monitor Map Shows Drop In Most Critical CategoryDrought conditions seem to be improving, at least in parts of California.
Big Donation Spurs Renovation To Lake Tahoe Wildlife CenterThis wildlife center received $500,000 in contributions, helping them get closer to their goal of reopening.
Deadly Holiday On The RoadsWith 19 people dead from car crashes and almost 400 DUIs, officers are patrolling for drunk drivers.

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