The young girl was left in critical condition, police say.
Blind Youth Football Player Makes Big MovesOn Saturday night in Modesto, a blind youth football player led his team to a big win. His spirit and determination showed his community that with the right support and a passion for the game, anyone can play football.
Man Convicted Of Violent Rapes In Sacramento CountyA man faces 45 years to life in prison after DNA evidence led to a jury convicting him of multiple violent rapes, the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office announced.
Smoke Returns To Region As Folsom Renaissance Faire Kicks OffPopular fall events went off without a hitch Saturday. The Folsom Renaissance Faire welcomed guests despite the low air quality caused by fires burning nearby.
Little League Protests Proposed Homeless Site In SacramentoOne local little league is trading in their balls and bats for posters and loudspeakers. They're protesting a proposed homeless site near their home field.
CBS13 PM News Update - 9/25/21The latest in weather and news.
Evening Forecast - 9/25/21We won't hit the 90s for the next seven days!
Mountain Lion Spotted Near Lodi Lake Nature AreaThe city's Parks department put up signs warning residents of the sighting.
Day 2 Of California Capital AirshowThe airshow returned this year after a pandemic delay in 2020.
Updates On Fawn, Caldor FiresCrews this weekend continued to battle both fires.
Folsom Renaissance Faire Returns After Pandemic DelayThe fair was held during hazy conditions as smoke from California wildfires entered the region.
Local Tribes To Help Design Native American Memorial At State CapitolA new way to honor Native Americans is on its way to the California State Capitol.
Opening Day Of California Capitol AirshowThousands turned out for the return of the highly anticipated event.
Hero Who Died In Cosumnes River Rescue Honored In Big WayThe man sacrificed himself to save two strangers who were struggling in the water.
Arrest Made After Man Stabbed To Death In Sacramento FightAn arrest was made after a person died following a fight at a Natomas park on Thursday night.
Eviction Moratorium Set To ExpireRenters gathered in Davis on Friday demanding California extend the eviction moratorium again, but landlords who’ve seen the program extended three separate times are ready to be paid rent they say they’ve been owed for months.
Fawn Fire: More Than 6,800 Acres BurnedContainment sits at 10%.
Caldor Fire Deflates Rafting BusinessFirst, it was COVID. Now, it's the Caldor Fire impacting local rafting businesses
Evening Forecast - 9/24/21Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
CA State Fair To Return In 2022The pandemic has forced a cancellation of the fair for two straight years.
Sacramento Restaurant Back Open After Man Smashes Front WindowsThe owners said the man smashed windows as diners were just a few feet away.
Palo Alto Woman Facing Federal Arson Charges For Fawn FirePalo Alto woman Alexandra Souverneva is suspected of lighting a fire near where the Fawn Fire started, Cal Fire announced on Thursday.
Heated School Board Meeting In RocklinThose on the Rocklin School Board were called bigots at a heated meeting after a vote gave them final say over new extracurriculars introduced into the district.
Friday Noon Forecast - 9/24/21Jordan Segundo has your afternoon forecast as we head into the weekend.
California Weighs Requiring COVID Vaccine For Students 12 And UpAsked at a Thursday media briefing if the state will require eligible school children be vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend in-person classes, California’s secretary of health and human services said there is “no definitive action or decision” right now. But Dr. Mark Ghaly said requiring students be inoculated to attend school is nothing new.