Sacramentans will be seeing an increase in their solid waste disposal rates after the city council approved a new plan.
'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.
Stockton Police Release Video Of March Police ShootingThe shooting happened back on March 12.
7 Vehicles Involved In Delta CrashA major crash is blocking Highway 12 in the Sacramento River Delta on Friday afternoon.
More Sacramento Residents Turning To Side JobsWith inflation at a 40-year high, more Sacramento residents are turning to side jobs to make extra money and afford necessities. One man has turned his side-hustle into a serious moneymaker.
Crash On Highway 12 Near Rio Vista Causing Major Traffic Jam In DeltaA major crash is blocking Highway 12 in the Sacramento River Delta on Friday afternoon.
2nd Probable Case Of Monkeypox Identified In Sacramento County Through Contact TracingSacramento County public health officials said on Friday they are now looking a second suspected case of monkeypox in the area.
Sacramento Mid-day Weather Forecast: May. 27, 2022Here's how the next seven days of weather will look.
4 Farm Workers Dead After Vehicle Crashes Into Tree In Yolo CountyDetails here: https://cbsloc.al/3PWekb8 Four farm workers were killed after a vehicle veered off the road and crashed into a tree in Yolo County, authorities said Thursday afternoon.
Gary Loesch, Who Worked As Sacramento's Fire Chief, Is No Longer A City EmployeeDetails here: https://cbsloc.al/3N1tOsA According to a city representative, Gary Loesch is no longer an employee with the City of Sacramento. Assistant City Manager Leyne Milstein has been appointed as the Interim Fire Chief while the city nationally recruits for the position.
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Friday Weather Forecast - May 27, 2022Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this Memorial Day weekend.
Truck Driver Crashes, Leaves Scene, Leaving ID And Tablet, Returns To Scene, Police Call Him Out On Facebook#AuburnPolice #DUIdriver Details here: https://cbsloc.al/3yZkFwp The Auburn Police Department took to Facebook to call out a man who crashed a utility vehicle and left the scene, leaving his ID and tablet.
California Sen. Alex Padilla Introduces New Bill To Have Government Pay Larger Cost to Fight WildfiresCalifornia Senator Alex Padilla has introduced a new bill that would have the federal government pay a larger portion of the cost to fight wildfires.
Department Of Fish And Wildlife's "Trap, Tag, Haze" Program Sabotaged By Angry Tahoe Community Members#TahoeBear #LakeTahoe Details here: https://cbsloc.al/38LQw9f Researchers with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife's "Trap, Tag, Haze" program say they're being harassed by community members.
25,000 Pounds Of Lake Tahoe Trash To Be Turned Into Eagle Sculpture#BaldEagle #LakeTahoe #EndangeredSpecies Details here: https://cbsloc.al/3NDuwMf 25,000 pounds of trash pulled from the water in Lake Tahoe is now being transformed into an eagle sculpture. The group behind the cleanup, the Clean Up The Lake team, voted to create of sculpture of the litter in the form of a bald eagle holding the Lahontan cutthroat trout. This species has been listed as "threatened" under the Federal Endangered Species Act since 1975.
Lawmakers Consider Bill That Would Ban Declawing Of Cats In Most Cases In CaliforniaCalifornia lawmakers could soon ban the declawing of cats solely for the convenience of humans, advancing a bill on Thursday to halt what animal rights activists say is a painful procedure used primarily to prevent torn furniture and scratched skin.
Winning Lottery ticket Remains UnclaimedThe person who purchased a $1.6 million winning lottery ticket in Sacramento did not come forward to claim the prize ahead of Thursday's deadline.