In total, 782 homes have been destroyed by the fire. The fire started on August 14.

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Report: California Not Enforcing Vaccine Mandate On State WorkersAccording to the LA Times, at Cal Fire, less than a third of workers have provided proof of vaccination, but the agency is only testing 75 out of 6,700 unvaccinated employees weekly. And at the DMV, there are 3,600 unvaccinated staff members working in offices across the state but only 400 are getting tested weekly.
West Side Of Sierra-At-Tahoe Off Limits Due To FireThe fire damaged the west side of the mountain .
Storm Causes 13-Foot Water-Level Increase At Folsom LakeThe storm also caused Lake Oroville to rise 22 feet, allowing the lake's hydro-electric plant to come back online.
Powerful Storm Results In Thousands More Calls For Service To City CrewsMany communities are just starting to dig out of the mess mother nature left behind from Sunday's storm. In Sacramento alone, there were more than 3,000 calls for service to 3-1-1. That's three times the amount the city typically sees on a Sunday. As you can imagine, the Monday mop-up is happening in just about every neighborhood.
Snowy, Slick Conditions Pose Dangers For Drivers On I-80The storm has made the surface of the freeway slick, posing a hazard for some drivers who are pulling over just to wait it out.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 10/25/21The top news and weather updates from our region.
Man Convicted Of Murder In Samurai Sword AttackA Sacramento man has been convicted of a 2018 murder for cutting and stabbing a man with whats been described as a "decorative samurai sword." The district attorney's office says Michael Womack chased the victim out of his North Highlands home with the sword and attacked him in the street. He's now facing 16-years-to-life in prison.
Long-Awaited EDD Hearing Reveals Mixed ResultsAfter being rescheduled three times, a critical EDD hearing finally happened today – as California is tied for the highest unemployment rate in the country.
How Did Sunday's Historic Storm Affect California's Drought?We turned to UCUC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences Professor Jay Lund for answers.
An Aerial View Of North Natomas Community ParkKayakers were out at North Natomas Community Park Monday enjoying the water that had accumulated from the storm on Sunday.
Monday Evening Forecast - 10/25/21Dave Bender has the latest forecast for the Sacramento region.
10/25/21 PM Digi-CastDrying out!!!
Millions Of US Kids Could Be Eligible For Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine As Early As Next WeekAn FDA panel is meeting Tuesday to consider recommending emergency use authorization to vaccinate kids from 5 to 11 years old.
Roadway Flooded In Rio LindaRio Linda Boulevard and Cherry Lane are closed off to traffic because of floodwater covering both roads. Residents in the area say rain like this comes along only once in a century.
Storm Leaves Debris In Foothills, Snow In SierraThe effects of the record-breaking storm lingered in the high country on Monday. Renee Santos was along I-80 talking to drivers about the snowy conditions.
Sacramento Breaks Single Day Rain Record Set In 1880Sacramento surpassed a rainfall record set in 1880. It's had 5.44 inches. The previous record was 5.28 inches.
Best Places For Halloween: Sacramento Ranks 22nd Among US CitiesSacramento and several other California cities have been given high marks in a new 2021 ranking of Best Places for Halloween. Katie Johnston reports.
Disneyland Raising Prices AgainPrices are going up by 6 percent, meaning entrance on the busiest days will cost $164 per person.
Monday Afternoon Forecast - Oct. 25, 2021Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this week.
Lunch Break: Rain Impact On ProduceOur produce man Michael Marks is a wealth of knowledge about all things green.
Social Media Threat Prompts Extra Officers At Cosumnes Oaks High SchoolAn extra law enforcement presence will be at Cosumnes Oaks High School on Monday after a threat was posted online.
Dixie Fire Fully Contained After More Than 3 Months, 963,309 Acres BurnedAfter more than three months, authorities say the Dixie Fire is now 100 percent contained.
Constant Rain Causes Localized Flooding All Around Sacramento AreaSome people even had to be rescued as flood waters rushed in on Sunday.
Record Breaking Storm Now Dumping Snow In The SierraChain controls are in effect along all Sierra highways.

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