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CBS13 Investigates: California Likely To Hit Gann Limit For 2nd Time Since 1978If the state exceeds the government spending cap for two years, which looks likely, tax revenue above that limit must be given back to the taxpayers.
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Biologist Brings Injured Bald Eagle To Hughson Wildlife Center For TreatmentA bald eagle is a majestic beast in the wild, but one injured female eagle is now in the care of the Stanislaus Wildlife Care Center in Hughson– and it didn’t get there easily.
Woman Arrested After Chase Through Placer CountyShe reportedly sped off after she was told her vehicle would be told.
Bill Would Set Up Process To Allow Parents To Hold Kids Back A GradeThe bill has passed in the assembly and is now headed to the senate.
Sacramento PD Officer Alexa Palubicki Makes First Court Appearance After ArrestShe was arraigned on two counts of filing a false police report.
Suspect Killed In San Andreas Hostage Situation IdentifiedThe Calaveras County Sheriff's Office has identified the suspect accused of taking a hostage and shooting a deputy before being killed by law enforcement in San Andreas last week.
California Drought Emergency Expanded To Large Swath Of StateGov. Gavin Newsom on Monday expanded a drought emergency declaration to a large swath of the nation's most populated state amid "acute water supply shortages" in northern and central parts of California.
More Californians To Get Stimulus ChecksThe governor said it would be the biggest rebate in U.S. history.
Rentable Kitchen Concept Developed For Start-Ups Looking For SpaceA Folsom restaurateur who took a hard look at what he’s been through is now looking to help others succeed.
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Should Cities Ease Up On Mask Mandates?The former FDA commissioner says cities should start easing up on COVID-19 restrictions on mask wearing.
Lunch Break: Summer SaladOur produce man Michael Marks has the best deals in seasonal fruits and veggies.
Broken Natural Gas Line Fire In SacramentoOn a day where the Red Flag Warning was extended, firefighters in Sacramento had to battle a fire fueled by a broken natural gas line.
California Comeback Plan: $600 Stimulus Checks For Two-Thirds Of CaliforniansGov. Gavin Newsom proposed a new round of stimulus checks that could go out to a majority of Californians.
Fire Near Homeless Camp In SacramentoA broken natural gas line underneath a road is complicating the firefight. (Video provided by the Sacramento Fire Department)
New Study Ranks California As The Best State To Be A Police OfficerA new study has ranked California as the best state to be a police officer. The WalletHub study, released on Monday, took a look 30 different indicators of “police-friendliness,” from the median income for a law enforcement officer to police deaths per 1,000 officers. Katie Johnston reports.
Gov. Newsom Expected To Announce $100 Billion BudgetThe governor is expected to announce a new stimulus for Californians along with the budget.
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Grandparents Fuming After Finding Arrow In Backyard Play AreaThere’s a kiddie kitchen, a sandbox and climbing toys in the Joneses backyard, but right in the middle of all the baby toys, Debbie Jones found a massive arrow.
1 Injured In Fire At UC Davis Housing ComplexSeveral people are in temporary housing.
San Joaquin County Attempted Murder Suspect Arrested In OregonThe San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office said a man wanted for attempted murder after he allegedly shot his girlfriend in the face was arrested in Oregon.
Mother's Mourn Sons Killed In North Highlands ShootingsOn this Mother's Day, besides the many celebrations, there were several somber memorials for moms who have lost their sons to gun violence in North Highlands.
Crews Battle More Weekend Fires Across SacramentoThe glowing orange streaks torched three acres of dry grass into ash at the intersection of Fair Oaks Boulevard and Cadillac Drive.

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