The Catholic Church is now holding services at full capacity. After more than a year of pandemic restrictions, the Diocese of Sacramento put out the call this Sunday for its parishioners to come back.

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CBS13 News AM News Update - 9/17/21The latest headlines.
Friday Weather Forecast - Sept. 17, 2021Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this weekend.
Large Police Presence At South Sacramento IntersectionInitial reports said there was a possible shooting, but law enforcement officials determined that was not the case and no one was injured.
CBS13 PM News Update - 9/16/21The latest stories.
Fire Hose Shortage In CaliforniaThe Biden administration has released federal funds ordering a private contractor in Oklahoma to make more fire hoses for wildland crews as fires continue to blaze through California.
Roseville Nixtaco Taqueria Gains National AttentionThe restaurant is attracting hungry diners from all over the state.
Footage Of Suspect's Violent Night ReleasedThe suspect—Darren Stone, 26—is accused of assaulting at least two elderly people, including his own grandmother, and hitting a sheriff's deputy in the head with a rock. Stone remains in the hospital after being shot during a struggle with law enforcement.
Heartbreaking Theft In AntelopeA business owner trying to bounce back after the pandemic has lost her livelihood to a thief. Someone stole Nicole Martinez’s cotton candy trailer from an Antelope neighborhood as she was about to head to a fair.
Remembering 9/11: 20 Years LaterRewatch the CBS13 special, Remembering 9/11: 20 Years Later, as we revisit the attacks and aftermath two decades later.
Stockton Father Pleas For Answers In Son's KillingA father is now offering a reward to help find his son’s killer. The 38-year-old victim was walking in Stockton when a driver hit and killed him.
Footage Released Of Officer-Involved Shooting In Sacramento CountyThe suspect—Darren Stone, 26—is accused of assaulting at least two elderly people, including his own grandmother, and hitting a sheriff's deputy in the head with a rock. Stone remains in the hospital after being shot during a struggle with law enforcement.
Evening Weather - 9/16/21Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
Grape Festival Returns To LodiThe festival will run through Sunday.
2 Killed In Wrong-Way Crash In Yuba CountyA wrong-way driver in a stolen truck is in custody at a hospital after a head-on crash killed two people in Olivehurst, the California Highway Patrol announced on Thursday.
Covered California Director Peter Lee To Step Down In FebruaryThe director of Covered California said Thursday he will step down early next year, prompting a national search for a new leader of the nation's largest state-based health insurance marketplace.
California May Forfeit Millions In Rental Relief, Audit FindsCalifornia has been slow to distribute rental assistance money for residents struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, and the state risks forfeiting hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funds, auditors said Thursday.
Refugee Resettlement In CaliforniaThousands from Afghanistan will be resettled in the state.
Sacramento Man Suspected Of Shooting At Driver In Sutter CountyA Sacramento man has been arrested for allegedly shooting at another driver during a road rage incident near Yuba City late Sunday night.
Honoring Sgt. Nicole GeeA procession was held this afternoon for fallen Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee.
9/16/21 PM Digi-CastFall is in the air!!!
Fire Breaks Out At North Sacramento HomeA cigarette could be to blame for a fire at a house in Sacramento. The fire happened at a home in North Sacramento along Marysville Boulevard, north of Bell Avenue.
Wrong-Way Driver Accused Of Driving Under The Influence In Fatal Highway 99 CrashA driver of a stolen vehicle allegedly led police on a chase in Elk Grove and onto Highway 99, headed the wrong way. He then collided head-on with another vehicle at the Stockton Boulevard on-ramp, killing his passenger.
Race-Blind Charging Program Seeks To Eliminate Racial Bias When Charging SuspectsThe Yolo County District Attorney’s office partnering with the Stanford Computational Policy Lab to develop computer software that initially redacts all identifying information when deciding when to charge a suspect. Once that decision is submitted, the case is unlocked, showing all the details.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 9/16/21The latest headlines.

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