A Sacramento man once accused of being a terrorist is facing deportation back to Iraq. Omar Ameen's attorneys told CBS13 they decided to file a federal lawsuit because they do not trust Immigration Review to give their client a fair proceeding.
Organizers Of Proposed Ballot Measure For Building More Dams In California May Withdraw InitiativeThe group behind the ballot initiative is having trouble raising enough money to gather signatures.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 1/28/22The latest headlines.
Friday Weather Forecast - Jan. 28, 2022Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this weekend.
SCUSD's New Race And Equity Liaison Talk District's Move To Fire Teacher Over Use Of N-WordSeven months after CBS13 broke the story, the school district has moved to fire the Kit Carson Academy teacher – but what took so long?
Community Mourns One In Growing Number Of Officer Deaths Involving DUI DriversThe flag outside the Elk Grove Police Department was slowly lowered Thursday night as the department and community mourns officer Ty Lenehan. Lenehan was hit and killed by an alleged drunk driver last week.
CBS13 PM News Update - 1/27/22The latest in weather and news.
185-Pound Bullmastiff Up For Adoption At Sacramento SPCAThe newest animal up for adoption at the Sacramento SPCA may be a record-breaker. In fact, he weighs more than any of the shelter volunteers.
Foresthill Bridge Reopened After Deadly Hazmat IncidentA deadly hazardous materials incident closed down the Foresthill Bridge near Auburn for several hours Thursday afternoon.
SCUSD Moves to Fire Kit Carson Teacher Who Used N-WordBack in June, CBS13 received an audio recording of a Sacramento City Unified school teacher using the N-word in front of students.
RAW: Interview With Mark Harris, SCUSD's First Race And Equity LiaisonHarris recently told CBS13 that he plans to instill transparency and accountability into the two recent high-profile cases.
This Week In Politics With Gary DietrichCBS13 Political Analyst Gary Dietrich joined us to discuss the upcoming political battle for the 3rd Congressional District.
Evening Forecast - 1/27/22Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
Sacramento City Unified Extends Vaccine Mandate DeadlineThe district is pushing back the mandate by a month. So far, 52% of students have reported being at least partially vaccinated.
Foresthill Bridge Back Open After Hazmat IncidentThe chemical discovered during the investigation was hydrogen sulfide.
Sacramento Man Indicted, Accused Of Plotting To Kill Or Kidnap Biden, HarrisThe 25-year-old is also accused of making threats against Barack Obama.
Rocklin Unified Teacher's Troubling Tweets ResurfaceThe Rocklin Unified School District was aware of tweets that had an allegedly derogatory tone, made by a current staff member, before they were employed by RUSD, at the beginning of the year. The staff member is still employed and a RUSD spokesperson said there was an investigation and “appropriate action was taken.”
Road Blocks Set Up For Foresthill Hazmat IncidentCalifornia Highway Patrol says both directions on the bridge are closed. Officers say there was a vehicle parked on the eastside shoulder of the bridge that was located by a sheriff's deputy.
SCUSD Moves To Fire Teacher Who Used N-Word In ClassA teacher who was recorded allegedly using derogatory language in front of students at a Sacramento school has been fired.
Foresthill Bridge Closed In Both Directions Due To Possible Hazmat IncidentAuthorities say the Foresthill Bridge is closed due to a possible hazardous materials incident Thursday afternoon.
Raw: Rocklin High Parent Talks About Her Daughter Seeing Racist TweetsA Rocklin High School parent tells CBS13 she’s upset her child had to see derogatory racist tweets made by a staff membver. She said, in part: “I don’t feel like the district is transparent on how they’ve dealt with it. It’s very concerning as a parent."
Thursday Noon Forecast - 1/27/22Jordan Segundo has the latest forecast for the Sacramento region.
Health Experts Hopeful CA Is Past Worst Part Of Omicron SurgeThe daily average of new COVID cases in California has dropped out at 87,000 Over the past week, and the infection rate the number of tests coming back positive has now dipped below 19 percent. Both of those figures are down significantly from last week. Health experts are now hopeful that California has passed the worst part of the Omicron surge.
UC Davis Treating Patients With New Anti-Viral PillDoctors at UC Davis Medical Center are now treating COVID patients with Pfizer's new anti-viral pill. In trials, the medication cut the risk of hospitalization or death by 89% in high-risk patients. UC Davis says it has an extremely limited supply of the pills though, but they're hoping more will become available soon.
Investigation Continues Into Teen's ShooterA girl, 16, was in a car with her mother and brother when she was shot in the head. Marlee Ginter talked to a family impacted by the shooting.