State Wrestling Tournament Will Go On Despite Mat Herpes ScareIt started with swollen glands and dozens of sores that spread across Blake Flovin’s forehead and face. It’s halted his wrestling career, at least for now.
Technology Gives Plastic Surgery Patients A Better Idea Of How Their Nip And Tuck Will LookThe click and peak of what his nip and tuck should look like comes before work on a 30-year-old woman who wants her nose and chin done.
Music Helps Healing For Sacramento Cancer PatientsGuitars and drums are becoming new medical equipment for Jordan Sanchez, who is battling a rare form of connective tissue cancer.
Lab-Grown Meat: Shrimp Could Open Door To New Food FutureIs this the way to cut animal slaughter out of your diet?
Roseville Rallies Around Shop Owner Diagnosed With CancerAfter battling breast cancer this past year, a Roseville woman learned she had cancer again.
Wine Additives: What’s Really In That Glass?More than just grapes could be in your average bottle of wine.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Stores Selling 'Ambulance Tickets' Don’t Know What They CoverWhen Mike Girard's 90-year-old mother tried to use her ticket last year after two ambulance rides, she still ended up charged $6,498.
Wine Workout Takes Internet By StormHealthy living can be a struggle for many mothers, but here's one way to make it more fun.
Hospitals Look For Ways To Reduce Infection RatesFewer infections could be just a wipe away.
Sacramento Plays Host To Wheelchair Basketball TournamentWhen people first hear of wheelchair basketball, they probably aren't anticipating this level of intensity.
Boxing Academy Looks To Help Knock Out Effects Of Parkinson’s DiseaseThis Roseville boxing academy is helping people deal with the effects of Parkinson’s.
UC Davis Hosts Community Forum On Zika Virus ConcernsUC Davis held a community forum today to help answer the public's questions and concerns about the Zika virus.
What Does Your Cough Mean?We look at how a different sound of cough can tell you different things about your body.
More Than 170 Veterans Could Have Been Exposed To TBAn employee at a VA Medical Center in Palo Alto was diagnosed with the disease.
Defying Gravity: West Sacramento Man Is Freestyle Cliff JumperHe is living life on the edge.
New Glove Helps Track Signs Of Parkinson's DiseaseIt uses physics to help fight the degenerative disease.
INTERVIEW: Rep. Ami Bera Talks Antonin Scalia, Zika Virus, And Why Voters May Not Be Happy With HimCBS13's Sam Shane spoke with Rep. Ami Bera on replacing Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the Zika virus, and how Bera's own constituents see him.
10-Year-Old Girl’s Valentine’s Day Mission: Help The HomelessMaribela Cruz is only 10, but she's on a mission that not a lot of kids her age can understand.
Elk Grove Man Recounts His Years Of Protecting World LeadersWinston Churchill was one of those leaders.
Gentle C-Sections Rising In Popularity, But Are They Worth The Risk?C-section rates are at nearly 33 percent, which is more than what the World Health Organization set as a target, and some doctors believe it could create unnecessary danger.
Study Analyzes Infection Risk At California HospitalsSeveral Kaiser facilities made the list, as well as Rideout Medical Center and UC Davis.
With Super Bowl Over, Ditching Alcohol Could Be Healthy Prelude To SpringAt the opposite end of boozing it up is something called dry January, what more and more people are doing leading up to the Super Bowl and after all that holiday cheer. They're not drinking alcohol for an entire month, or longer.
Stars Turn Out For 'Taste Of The NFL' EventIt was a red carpet affair sure to tickle your taste buds.
Cold Blasts Could Help You Look Younger And Lose WeightCheck out this treatment that could be of help to you.