A new study says social distancing and remote learning has led to an increase of students. Researchers looked at 3,000 students for at least a year, and more than half said they had symptoms of depression and anxiety, a quarter had trouble sleeping, 60 percent recorded eating issues, and 40 percent have had suicidal thoughts. This study was published in JAMA Pediatrics Journal.
CBS13 PM News Update - 5/28/22The latest in weather and news.
Saturday Evening Forecast - 5/28/22The latest weather forecast for the Sacramento region.
Mother Killed In Crash By Suspected DUI Driver IdentifiedA mother who was killed in a DUI crash has been identified along with her 4-year-old daughter.
Highway 12 Pile-Up Crash UpdateAn update to the Highway 12 pile-up crash from Friday, causing five people to be injured.
Sacramento County Fair Returns For Memorial DayWith Memorial Day comes the return of the Sacramento County Fair, returning after a COVID hiatus.
Fire Destroys Outbuilding In North HighlandsCrews put out a vegetation fire in North Highlands that was threatening several structures.
Party At Carmichael Apartment Ends With Deadly Shooting Of MinorAuthorities are investigating after a minor was shot dead overnight at a party at an apartment complex in Carmichael.
Governor Newsom Tests Positive For COVID-19After experiencing minor symptoms, the Governor tested positive for COVID-19 this Saturday morning.
Inside The Real Top Gun Training SchoolBefore the stars of "Top Gun: Maverick" flew onto the big screen, they spent a month and a half flying and training at the elite TOPGUN naval facility in Fallon, Nevada. Simply stepping onto the tarmac at U.S. Naval Air Station Fallon makes it easy to embellish the experience knowing it's a place unlike any other.
Woman Gets 15 months In Prison For Punching Attendant On Southwest Flight From SacramentoA California woman who punched a Southwest Airlines flight attendant in the face, breaking her teeth, during a flight from Sacramento to San Diego has been sentenced to 15 months in federal prison.
District Fails To Identify Those Responsible For Racist Acts Directed At West Campus Vice PrincipleSacramento City Unified said Friday it completed its investigation into racist graffiti at West Campus High School and could not identify the person responsible for the incident which was one of many targeted acts Vice Principal Dr. Elysse Versher cited in her resignation letter.
Maintaining Your Vehicle Is Important In Fire PreventionAs wildfire season approaches Cal Fire is requesting neighbors to do their part to prevent fires, but maintaining your vehicle could be just as important in fire prevention.
Low Water Levels In Lake Tahoe Due To DroughtThe low water levels in Lake Tahoe due to the drought have caused some problems for boat goers.
Rattlesnake Resurgence, What To Do If You Meet OneIt's the time of year in which rattlesnakes come out, but what should you do if you come in contact with one? CBS13 has the answer.
Pile-Up On Highway 12, All Lanes Back OpenA pile-up accident on Highway 12 sent four people to the hospital. All lanes are back open Friday night.
Pool Party Gone Wrong In Lodi, Police InterveneIllegal, massive parties got out of hand in Lodi, with police intervening and shutting them down.
'Test to Treat' COVID Testing Available in San Joaquin CountySan Joaquin County Public Health is hosting three "Test to Treat" programs at OptumServe COVID-19 sites this holiday weekend, amid a rise in COVID cases and hospitalizations within the county.
Friday Evening Forecast - 5/27/22The latest weather forecast for the Sacramento region.
Many Sacramento Workers Turn To Side Hustles To Make MoneyA surge in side hustles in Sacramento has been on the rise with inflation at a forty-year high.
Gun Found On Campus Near Turlock Elementary SchoolA handgun found in a trash can near a Turlock elementary school was put there by a minor who burglarized a high school office just down the street, police said Friday.
How To Handle Rising Rent PricesWith rising rent prices, it can be tricky to know how to handle these situations. CBS13 is here to guide you through some of the options you have.
Placer County CEO Put On Paid LeaveThe Placer County CEO who was behind the wheel in a collision that killed a Natomas high school student in Rocklin has been put on paid leave.
Two Goats On The Lam In VacavilleTwo goats are being sought in Vacaville after they escaped.
Memorial Day Weekend Sees Record Gas PricesBut those prices won't keep drivers off the roads this holiday weekend.