'We Have Upheld Every Commitment': Steinberg Says Sacramento MLS Expansion Efforts To Continue After Lead Investor Backs Out
Grant High Teacher Under Fire For Reportedly Making Racist Gesture During Online ClassA local high school teacher has come under fire after she was caught on video reportedly making a gesture mocking Asians.
Arizona Family's Lost Cat Travels Cross-Country With Trucker Before Sacramento ReunionAn Arizona family's cat that was lost on a road trip to New Mexico spent three weeks traveling cross-country with a truck driver before being reunited with its family in Sacramento.
80 Guns, $140K In Cash Seized In Large Modesto Drug And Weapons Sales RaidsModesto police said they decided to do some spring cleaning this week - the type of cleaning that involves breaking up a large illegal marijuana and gun sales operation.
Sources: Group Of Women Embroiled In Sacramento Catholic School OnlyFans ScandalSources tell CBS13 a Sacramento mom, Crystal Jackson, known as "The Real Mrs. Poindexter" online, is part of a group of Sacramento women who sell sexual content online.
Man Killed In West Sacramento Police ShootingOne person is dead after a shooting on Ikea Court in West Sacramento Thursday afternoon. 
Gray Wolf Travels From Oregon To Central California, Further Than Any Collared Wolf BeforeA dispersing gray wolf has moved deeper into California than any collared wolf before, traveling from Oregon to Central California likely in search of a new pack or mate, officials said.
Large Outdoor Gathering Prompts Clampdown On Tents In Downtown DavisDavis is making changes after a massive party last weekend under a tent set up by the city itself.
Best Buy Has Laid Off 5,000 Workers And Will Close More Stores; Unknown If Sacramento-Area Stores On ListBest Buy said Thursday that it laid off 5,000 workers this month and is planning to close more stores this year as more consumers buy electronics online.
St. Francis Student In Blackface Controversy No Longer Attending The SchoolSt. Francis Catholic High School confirmed Wednesday that the student responsible for the blackface photo is no longer a student at the school.
Stimulus Check Update: Why Your Next Relief Payment May Not Be $1,400A third stimulus check seems likely, but it won't necessarily be the $1,400 amount that everyone keeps talking about.
Wind Brings Another Blow To Struggling BusinessesStrong winds Wednesday dealt another blow to already struggling businesses.
'It Makes It Never Ending For Victims:' Experts Say Cyberbullying Is Getting Worse With Online LearningUC Davis professor of Sociology Robert Faris says bullying is easier during the pandemic.
Yolo County Businesses Dealing With Yo-Yo Effect Of Ever-Changing COVID TiersEstablishments are scrambling to reopen after Yolo County graduated Tuesday into the red tier. They say the changes have been tough.
Fry’s Electronics Closing Down All Remaining Stores PermanentlyFry’s Electronics is closing all their remaining stores for good.
Two More Kids Kicked Out Of Sacramento Catholic School Tied To Parents' OnlyFans ScandalThe scandal is expanding involving young kids kicked out of Sacred Heart Parish Catholic school because of their mom's nude videos online.
Help Wanted: Midtown Sacramento Restaurants Looking To Bring Back WorkersWhile many businesses are still struggling, there are some hopeful signs coming from local restaurants.
Suspected DUI Driver Arrested After Head-On Crash Kills Couple In West SacramentoA driver accused of being under the influence when he crashed head-on into another vehicle, killing a mother and father, has been arrested, police announced Tuesday. 
Governor Gavin Newsom Signs $7.6 Billion Stimulus PackageThe plan gives 5.7 million Californians a one-time $600 minimum check and sets aside grants for struggling small businesses.
Sacramento Mom Says Catholic School Expelled Her 3 Kids Over Her OnlyFans AccountA Sacramento mom says her three young kids were expelled from a catholic school because she sells sexy videos online. 
2 Dead, 2 Injured After Vehicle Crashes Into Trees In Elk GrovePolice are investigating a fatal vehicle crash in Elk Grove that killed two people.
Convenience Store Clerk Dies After Suspected Robbery In SacramentoPolice are searching for the person who fatally wounded the store employee early Monday morning.
Placer County Resident Helps Deputies Catch Alleged Mail ThievesA watchful Placer County resident helped authorities track down three suspected mail thieves. 
Two Women Found Dead In Ione Storage Facilities IdentifiedAuthorities have identified the women as 46-year-old Trinity Scott Johnson and 59-year-old Deborah Joan Meredith -- both of Ione.
Once Hailed As Heroes In COVID Fight, Governors Newsom, Cuomo Facing Political CrisesAt the outset of the coronavirus pandemic, two Democratic governors on opposite ends of the country were hailed as heroes for their leadership in a crisis. Now they're leaders on the ropes.
Strong Winds Possible In Sacramento Valley This WeekWe could see wind gusts of 40-50 mph on Tuesday and Wednesday.
As 500,000th COVID Death Looms, US Reaches Pivotal MomentThe United States will within hours record its unfathomable 500,000th death from Covid-19 paradoxically at a moment of rare hope in the pandemic.
'Things Could've Turned Out Differently': Family Of Missing Davis Couple Relieved After Northern Nevada RescueA stroke of luck and swift action got a missing Davis couple back into the arms of their loved ones after being stuck in northern Nevada.
'We're All One Community': Fundraiser Held To Support Family Of Fallen Sacramento Deputy Adam GibsonA fundraiser was held in Rancho Cordova to support the family of fallen Sacramento deputy Adam Gibson, who was killed in the line of duty last month at Cal Expo.