City Of Galt Celebrates 150th BirthdayThe city of Galt celebrated its 150th birthday today.
Loomis Man Seeks To "Break The Vape" After Waking Up From Medically Induced Coma Following Vaping-Related IllnessA Loomis talked to CBS13 about the dangers of vaping after waking up from a medically induced coma.
Red Liquid Thrown On State Senators At CapitolState senators and some desks were were splattered by some kind of red liquid while on the Senate floor on Friday. 
California Could Blunt Trump's Environmental RollbacksCalifornia could blunt some of the Trump administration's efforts to weaken longstanding federal environmental laws under a bill before the state Legislature.
Threat Spread Online Against Lodi Middle School Not Credible, District SaysAuthorities say a threat against Lodi Middle School that spread online is not credible.
Sacramento's Own Times Square? Massive Billboards Planned For Golden 1 Center 'Sign District'A new Downtown Sacramento "sign district" around the Golden 1 Center could allow for advertisements and billboards stretching as high as seven stories high.
Roseville Man Arrested For Allegedly Threatening To Shoot Kids Who Step On His PropertyA Roseville man is behind bars after police said he sent threatening messages to his neighbors claiming he’d harm anyone who stepped foot onto his front lawn. 
Serial Rapist Set To Be Released In Sacramento Later This MonthThe victim of a violent serial rapist was forced to relive her nightmare after finding out the man who attacked her will be released from prison later this month.
Legal Battle Looms Over Carmichael Shopping Center Parking LotDoctors with Marconi Dental Group said their next-door neighbor — Falling Prices — means falling clientele for them.
Corporal Ronil Singh Memorial Highway Proposed For Stanislaus And Merced CountiesThe California State Assembly wants to rename part of State Highway Route 33 in Stanislaus and Merced Counties after Corporal Ronil Singh. The Newman police officer was killed in the line of duty the day after Christmas last year. 
No Cause Yet In Deadly Dive Boat Fire, Entire Crew Asleep When Fire StartedThe National Transportation Safety Board's preliminary report into what caused the deadly dive boat fire on Labor Day did not determine a cause, but we now know the entire crew was asleep when the fire started.
Lake In Elk Grove Neighborhood Tests Positive For Toxic Blue-Green AlgaeHealth officials are warning people to stay out of a lake in Elk Grove after it tested positive for toxic algae.
VIDEO: Suspects Work Together To Steal Elderly Woman's Wallet At NorCal Safeway StoreA search is on for two suspects who were apparently working in tandem to steal an elderly woman’s wallet at a Northern California grocery store.
California Man Wanted In Killing Linked To 2 More DeathsAuthorities say a fugitive wanted in connection with the slaying of a woman has been linked to the killings of two other people in inland Southern California.
Thieves Ransack Midtown Sacramento Home That Caught FireA Midtown Sacramento fire victim says crooks ransacked her torched home.
California Senate Approves Fair Pay to Play ActPay to play is the much-talked-about concept to compensate student-athletes so they can support themselves and their families.
Lodi-Area Winery Backpedals On Same-Sex Marriage BanA Lodi-area winery is under scrutiny for denying a same-sex couple the use of their venue for a wedding ceremony, citing the owner’s religious beliefs.
Citizens Act After Trash Piles Up Under Wilson Way Underpass In StocktonA local group tired of living with trash and debris has taken matters into its own hands.
Nearly 4,000 Marijuana Plants Seized From Sophisticated Grow In Turlock Industrial BuildingLaw enforcement officers from several agencies raided an industrial building in Turlock on Wednesday where they arrested five people in connection with a sophisticated marijuana grow.
Did Elevator With Safety Violations At Yuba City Senior Apartments Operate Unsafely For Months?There are more questions about an out-of-order elevator that stranded seniors and people with disabilities three stories up. That elevator at a Yuba City complex is back in service.
Laguna Creek High Parents Troubled By Delayed Notification About ThreatWe hear it all the time: If you see something say something. Why did it take hours for parents to be notified after a threatening note was left at a local high school?
State Senate Passes Bill Intended To Deter Police ShootingsCalifornia lawmakers on Wednesday sent Gov. Gavin Newsom the second half of a two-bill legislative package intended to deter shootings by police by requiring officers to take training in ways to avoid using lethal force.
Monster Energy Accuses Nevada City Man Of Copyright Infringement For His Company's LogoA Nevada City man says a big-name drink maker is squashing his business dreams.
Woman Mugged Outside Modesto McDonald's; Male Customer SuspectedPolice in Modesto are looking for a thief who assaulted a woman during a robbery.
Lawmakers Approve Bill Allowing California Collegiate Athletes To Take Money From AdvertisersLawmakers have approved a bill to let athletes at California colleges take money from advertisers in defiance of NCAA rules.
Statewide Rent Control Bill AB1482 Passes State Senate, Heads To Gov. Newsom's DeskThe California Assembly on Wednesday passed a statewide rent control bill that caps rents increases at five percent plus inflation.
California Newspapers Seek Temporary Reprieve On Labor IssueCalifornia newspaper companies would have one year to figure out how they'll comply with a pending state law requiring them to treat newspaper delivery people like employees rather than contractors, a move they say will drive up costs and hasten the decline of printed papers.
Court Won't Block Death Penalty Trials Despite MoratoriumThe California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to block death penalty cases from proceeding during Gov. Gavin Newsom's moratorium on executions.
Deputies: Suspect Hit Speeds Of Over 115 MPH In Chase From Lincoln To Pleasant GroveA man is under arrest after an early morning chase that reached speeds of more than 115 mph in Placer County on Wednesday.