A family-run business that's been in Sacramento for nearly 60 years is coming to an end. The owner of Mel Rapton Honda says she's ready to kick the tires on retirement after the company has been around for six decades.
Raptons Selling Mel Rapton Honda After 60 Years In BusinessA family-run business that's been in Sacramento for nearly 60 years is coming to an end. The owner of Mel Rapton Honda says she's ready to kick the tires on retirement after the company has been around for six decades.
Woman Turning Recycled Plastic Into Benches The Public Can EnjoyA Stockton woman is turning recycled plastic into a product the entire community can enjoy. When the pandemic hit, Jennifer, along with the Stockton-San Joaquin Lions Club, began collecting plastic bags for an environmental initiative called 'Bags to Benches."
Owner Of de Vere's Irish Pub In Sacramento Talks About Closing DownDe Vere's Irish Pub will be closing its Sacramento and Davis locations next week. CBS13 talked with Henry de Vere White about what brought him to this point.
de Vere's Irish Pub Closing Down Both Sacramento And Davis LocationsOn Monday night, owners de Veres' Irish Pub went on Facebook to make the announcement that it will be closing both its Sacramento and Davis locations.
Rafting Companies Worried About Impact Of Caldor Fire As It Flares Up AgainThe Caldor Fire is flaring up again. Seeing smoke on the horizon is not something whitewater rafting owners -- nor the eateries that feed off them -- want to see.
Some Tahoe Resorts Dropping Reservation Requirement For Winter SeasonSome Lake Tahoe-area ski resorts are easing COVID restrictions. Vail Resorts says it's dropping the required reservation system. Masks will only be required indoors, but anyone 12 in the past to show proof of vaccine to eat indoors. Capacity.
Despite Highway 50 Reopening, Effects Of Closure Will Be Felt For Long TimeHighway 50 back open means back to business and tourism but the reopening day wasn’t as busy as some expected.
Application Filed To Bring Wine Bar To Historic Senator Hotel In SacramentoA new plan is being uncorked to open a wine bar in one of Sacramento's most historic buildings.
Business Along Highway 50 Looking Forward To Having More VisitorsHighway 50 is going to fully reopen on Tuesday, and businesses hope it will bring many more visitors.
Fire Damages Ski Lift And Garage At Sierra-at-Tahoe ResortAccording to a resort spokesperson, the fire damaged a lift and and a garage full of equipment. Also, Highway 50 remains closed from Kyburz to Meyers.
Homeowners In The Sierra Having Their Properties Sprayed With Special Fire RetardantThe retardant product has been tested for toxicity and it is safe for the environment, fish, wildlife and kids. This product is only in its second year and it’s expected to be used as a standard moving forward
Flex Alert Scheduled For WednesdayThe state's energy grid operator, Cal ISO, is asking Californians to limit their use of electricity from 4-9 p.m.
Feelings Mixed Over Opening Of Apple Hill While Caldor Fire Still BurnsNot far away from Apple Hill is destruction from the Caldor Fire. Lives were upended when the fire destroyed dozens of homes in the Grizzly Flats community.
Apple Hill Reopens With Moderate Fanfare Due To Caldor FireThis weekend's opening of Apple Hill has been slower than in years past. Business owners say it's likely air quality and fire-related. There are still plenty of people coming out that want a reprieve to challenges they've had over the last few weeks.
Smoke-Filled Air Having An Impact On Outdoor ActivitiesWe know a typical weekend in downtown Folsom is usually filled with people the heat and hazardous smoke has people staying home. Smoke is hovering over the entire town and the entire region, keeping people away.
Billionaire Ron Burkle Sued Again For Backing Out Of MLS DealBillionaire Ron Burkle is being sued by a construction company for $1.4 million for unpaid bills. The company hired to develop the stadium also sued him.
Mayor Steinberg Talking With Local Businesses About Possible Vaccine RequirementSacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg is in discussions with local businesses to require proof of vaccination for anyone entering any restaurant bar or business.
Public Safety Power Shutoffs Possible In Our AreaA shift in the winds this week could lead to the first power safety shutoff this summer by PG&E
Fire At Modesto Lumber Yard Ruled As ArsonA massive fire at a Modesto lumber yard has been ruled arson. The damage added up to $2 million. The company has since reopened. No arrests have been made.
Woodland Company Researching How To Sustainable, Healthier MilkMilk made completely from a lab could be the future of the dairy industry. It’s a move scientists say is the key to unlocking more nutrition, while helping the agricultural industry go green.
Shortage Of Tree Trimmers Delaying Creation Of Defensible SpaceWith fire season in full swing, taking preventative measures are top of mind for homeowners and insurance companies. But finding a company to do the work may be challenging—amidst a labor shortage.
Oppressive Drought Affecting Ranchers Bottom LineTwo droughts in the last decade mean a rough ride for ranchers who are selling off cows to survive.
Sutter Davis Hospital Cutting Down Trees To Make Way For Solar PanelsSutter Davis Hospital is going green. They're planning to put in solar panels to help lower its carbon footprint and save thousands of gallons of water. But it would involve cutting down many trees -- something local tree advocates don't want.
Facing Labor Shortage, Stockton Restaurant Uses Robot To Help ServeA Stockton restaurant hiring a different kind of help. Like so many restaurants, they're battling a worker shortage. Determined to stay in business, they turned to extra help that's not even human.