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Man Dies After Crash On West El Camino OverpassAn investigation is underway after a man was found dead after a hit-and-run crash on the West El Camino/I-80 overpass.
Candlelight Vigil Planned For Fallen Elk Grove OfficerThe vigil is set to start at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Sacramento’s Solid Waste Fees Going Up Due To New State Composting MandateSacramentans will be seeing an increase in their solid waste disposal rates after the city council approved a new plan.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 1/27/22The latest headlines.
Thursday Weather Forecast - Jan. 27, 2022Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this weekend.
Capital City Freeway Overpass Shut Down After CrashCapital City Freeway remains open, but authorities are investigating a crash at the El Camino Avenue exit.
Filmmakers Aim To Bring Hollywood To AuburnBringing Hollywood to Placer County, one local company is working to turn Auburn into a filming destination.
Old Peach Tree Mall Building In Linda DemolishedA 400-thousand square foot eyesore is finally being torn down in a Yuba County community.
SCUSD Extends Vaccine Mandate Deadline To Feb. 28The Sacramento City Unified School District announced Wednesday that it has extended its vaccination mandate deadline to the end of February.
COVID Outbreak At Tuolumne County JailThirteen inmates will be released following a COVID-19 outbreak at the Tuolumne County Jail, authorities said Wednesday night.
Police: Driver Ran Red Light, Killing Parent Outside SchoolA January 13 crash in an East Sacramento intersection that left one woman dead was caused by a driver running a red light, police confirmed on Wednesday.
Teenagers Targeted In Recent Sacramento Area ShootingsCommunity activists are crying foul, saying not enough is being done to stop the violence involving youth. Just this month, there have been at least four shootings in the Sacramento area with teen victims.
CBS13 PM News Update - 1/26/22The latest in weather and news.
CBS13 Investigates: The Wrong COVID Test At The Wrong Time Could BackfireAs the omicron variant spreads, even among the vaccinated, it's amplifying the problems with both types of COVID-19 tests — PCR and rapid antigen tests. Now, more than ever, the wrong COVID test in the wrong phase of your illness could backfire.
Evening Forecast - 1/26/22Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
Rancho Cordova Offers Free Test Kits At Vaccine ClinicThe City of Rancho Cordova hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic Wednesday afternoon where citizens and businesses were also offered testing kits.
Volcano Landlord Waits Weeks For Propane, Company Cites 'Gaps In Communication'More viewers are reaching out to CBS13 about delayed propane deliveries after the major December storms. One woman from small town of Volcano in Amador County reached out to Kurtis after waiting weeks for the tank on her rental property to be refilled.
Group Calls For Cleanup Of American River ParkwayFires, E. coli, and illegal campers along the American River Parkway has led to one group calling on the city and county to come up with a plan to make it stop.
Teen Recovering From Surgery After Being Shot In The Head In AntelopeNo motive for the shooting has been identified and no suspect information has been released.
Colorado Fire 55% Contained In Monterey CountyContainment on the Colorado Fire in Monterey County is now up to 55 percent. Crews are making progress but some evacuees cannot return home yet. The fire when hot embers from a burn pile went into nearby brush so far, the fire, which started Friday, has burned 700 acres.
CSU Tuition Not Increasing For 2022 Academic YearEverything is more expensive, but not college tuition for many California students. It is not increasing for CSU students for the upcoming academic year. CSU Chancellor Joseph Castro made the announcement of the system's board of trustees meeting yesterday (1/25). Tuition is remaining the same across all 23 campuses. A spokesperson for the system says tuition hikes are not especially common -- with only one increase in the past 11 years.
Sacramento International Airport Getting $14 Million For ImprovementsMillions of dollars are on the way to Sacramento International Airport, thanks to President Biden's infrastructure law. The airport is getting nearly $14 million to improve safety on runways and taxiways. Money will also go towards replacing terminals and updating technology.
Q&Answers: Law Professor Leslie JacobsLeslie Gielow Jacobs, a law professor at McGeorge School of Law and former Supreme Court clerk, joined CBS13 to talk about Justice Breyer's decision to retire.
Gov. Newsom Highlights State's Investment ToTransition To Zero Emission VehiclesGovernor Newsom is in Santa Clara County highlighting the state's investment to transition to zero emission vehicles in the fight against climate change. "California's on the tip of the spear in terms of the effects of climate change and extremes but we also are in the leading edge of innovation, leading edge of addressing -- with a resilient mindset -- these anxieties not just for the country, but for the globe more broadly," he said. The Governor's budget proposal includes an additional $10 billion toward zero emission vehicle goals to support more affordable clean cars, trucks, and buses.