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Sacramento Business Owner Writes Letter To Community As Shop Struggles Amid The PandemicAfter nearly 40 years in Sacramento, a local business owner said she’s close to cracking under pandemic pressure.
Stockton Teen Left Paralyzed After ShootingA 14-year-old was shot while driving, causing him to crash into a house on Acapulco Way, the Stockton Police Department said on Wednesday. We're now learning the boy has been left paralyzed.
Data Shows Some Neighborhoods Not Getting As Much COVID Vaccine As OthersAnd vaccine victory could depend on where you live. While Sacramento County has vaccinated nearly 800,000 people, the data shows some neighborhoods are getting left out.
Amador County High School Athletes Quarantining After 1 Tests Positive For COVIDAfter playing a high school football game on Friday night, one Amador High School player tested positive for COVID-19, possibly exposing dozens of community members to the virus.
Ambulance Overturns In Nevada CountyTwo firefighters and a paramedic were sent to the hospital after a car slammed into an ambulance in Grass Valley.
Evening Forecast - 4/12/21Darla Givens delivers the latest 7-day forecast for the Sacramento region.
Will Vaccine Hesitancy Slow Goal Of Herd Immunity In California?In Placer County, The Grounds clinic in Roseville is opening up eligibility to anyone 16 and up, just days before the state is set to do the same. The county says the 50-64 age group wasn't filling up appointments and they wanted to put the vaccines to good use.
Man With 13 Dogs In SUV Man Facing Animal Abuse ChargesDeputies say that while there were more than a dozen dogs alive in the vehicle, there were some that were dead as well.
With Schools Reopening, What's Keeping Students Out Of The Classroom?Several local school districts welcomed students back to the classroom full time on Monday. Among them are Natomas Unified school district. They say about half of its students are opting to return to the classroom. Why is this number so low?
Investigators: No Indication Downtown Sacramento Church Fire Was Hate CrimeInvestigators say they have found no evidence that the fire that damaged a church in Downtown Sacramento over the weekend was a hate crime.
Loomis Animal Rescue Helps Hundreds Of Fawns Each YearFawns are a sign of spring - and nobody knows that more than one Placer County wildlife rescuer. Diane Nicholas, the founder of Kindred Spirits Fawn Rescue, is a new momma every year. She tends to hundreds of orphaned fawns each year.
Suisun City Fire Helps Coast Guard In Late-Night Rescue In SloughThree people - including a young child - were rescued from the slough in Solano County over the weekend, authorities say.
Kings Host The Timberwolves At G1C April 20The Golden 1 Center is welcoming back fans this month , starting with a special group of frontline workers on April 20 when the Kings take on the Timberwolves. Fans will be required to have either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.
Biden Meets With Bipartisan Group Of Lawmakers On InfrastructurePresident Biden reached agreements on some points on infrastructure during a meeting with bipartisan members of Congress, although there will still be hurdles if the president wants this push to have bipartisan support.
Man Shot Multiple Times At South Sacramento Apartment ComplexA man was shot at an apartment complex. The entrance is on the corner of Dewey Boulevard and Iowa Avenue. It's unclear if one or two suspects shot the man. The area is blocked off. Deputies urge people to avoid the area.
Monday Afternoon Forecast - April 12, 2021Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this week.
Lunch Break: Spring OnionsOur produce man Michael Marks has the best deals in seasonal fruits and veggies.
Sacramento Kings To Let Some Fans Return To Golden 1 Center Starting April 20Fans will soon be allowed back into Sacramento Kings games at the Golden 1 Center.
More Students Return To Full-Time LearningMany students across the greater Sacramento region are returning to the classroom full-time on Monday.
All Adults Will Soon Be Eligible For COVID-19 Vaccine In CaliforniaCalifornia is just days away from allowing everyone over 16 to get the coronavirus vaccine.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 4/12/21The latest headlines.
Monday Weather Forecast - April 12, 2021Find out how hot things are expected to get by the weekend.
Morning AppCast (4/12/21)The latest weather forecast.
Several School Districts Welcome Back Students Full-Time On MondayNatomas, Turlock, Lodi and Dry Creek were among the school districts bringing back students.