Presidential Candidate's Husband Hosting Sacramento FundraiserThis is happening the morning of June 9, as part of Sacramento's Pride Fest.
Sierra Weather: Snow Returns Sunday MorningDrivers are urged to use caution and to give themselves extra time if they're heading into the mountains.
Stan Lee’s Former Manager Arrested On Elder Abuse ChargesA former business manager of Stan Lee has been arrested on elder abuse charges involving the late comic book legend.
Packed House For New Aquatics Center In Elk GroveThe aquatics center is home to the area's largest competition pool named the Big Kahuna and home to two swim teams, the Gators and Piranhas.
Bystanders Pull Women From Sinking CarA group of Good Samaritan’s rescued a woman and her granddaughter after they rolled their car into a ditch along Highway 99 in Sutter County.
Flags Placed On Yuba County Veterans' GravesThe Yuba County Probation Departments says it is always a sobering reminder of what this holiday truly stands for and it is honored to participate.
New Events At This Year's California State FairOrganizers of the California State Fair are unveiling several news events this year.
Sacramento River Cat And Grandson Of Hall Of Famer Carl Yastrzemski Debuts For GiantsThe younger Yastrzemski was hitting .316 (43 for 136) with 12 home runs and 25 RBIs in 40 games with Triple-A Sacramento.
Taking Out The Trash Could Begin To Cripple A CommunityThe city of Galt fears it could be the first city to become a ghost town after getting smacked with high fees due to state laws.
Severe Thunderstorm Warning Issued For Butte And Plumas CountiesThe National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Butte and Plumas Counties.
Hail Pummels Redding AreaSeveral viewers have reached out to CBS13 this evening, sharing videos and photos of hail that fell Friday evening near Redding.
Snow In Sierra Causes Cancellations At CampgroundsSnow at Donner Memorial State Park caused 115 cancellations out of the 151 reservations this weekend.
Firefighters Say Non-Emergency 911 Calls Are Running Up Response TimesThe homeless population in Sacramento is growing, as are the 911 calls about them.
Sac Zoo Is Having A Baby! But What Kind??But what kind of baby is it? On that, the zoo is being tight-lipped.
Local Businesses React To Man Who Sued Them Being Indicted For Tax FraudHe's a disabled man who makes a living off of suing businesses, often for minor violations of the Americans With Disabilities Act, known as ADA.
Cal Fire: Don't Let The Cool Weather Fool You, Fire Danger PersistsThe state agency says despite the cooler temperatures, wildfire dangers persist.
Social Media Sites May Need To Get Parental Approval Before A Child Under 13 Opens AccountSocial media sites may need to get a parent or guardian's consent before allowing a person under the age of 13 to create an account.
Full-Day Kindergarten Requirement Closer To Becoming The Law In CaliforniaBy the start of the 2022-23 school year, all public and charter school districts in California may need to have full-day kindergarten. Right now, districts can choose to offer full- or half-day kindergarten; however, students aren't required to attend school in the state until first grade.
Caught Texting While Driving? Get Ready For A Point On Your RecordDistracted driving accounts for about ten percent of all deadly crashes and now California drivers caught texting or holding a phone may have a point added to their record.
California May Put 25 Dollars Into A 529 College Savings Account For Every Baby Born In The StateAll babies born in California in the new year could start with at least 25 dollars in a college fund unless a parent chooses to opt-out of the Scholarshare 529 program.
Tectonic Time Bomb: Recent Burst Of Seismic Activity Has Scientists Taking NoticeA recent burst of seismic activity along the West Coast has scientists taking notice.
Livestock Let Loose In Campus Vandalism SpreeChicken coops were busted and the birds led to run amok in the gymnasium overnight.
Charity Concert Held For Fallen Davis Officer Natalie CoronaA charity concert was held Thursday night in Colusa in honor of fallen Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona.
Get Ready For Packed Roads With Holiday Weekend TravelMillions of people are heading out of town for Memorial Day weekend and most of them plan on driving, AAA says.
Mayor Tubbs Focuses On Homelessness And Homicides In State Of The City AddressCrime was just one of the topics brought up by Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs Thursday as he presented his third State of the City address.
List: Businesses Affected By ADA Attorney Scott Johnson, Who Is Now Facing Federal ChargesHigh-profile ADA attorney Scott Johnson, who has filed thousands of ADA lawsuits against businesses, is facing three federal counts of making and subscribing a false tax return.
California Says It's Now In Compliance With US Real ID RulesThe California Department of Motor Vehicles says it is now in full compliance with federal requirements for so-called Real ID driver licenses or identification cards.
$2.5M Powerball Ticket Sold To Lucky Person In Plumas CountyYou might want to start looking up your long-lost friends and family in Plumas County.
Sacramento Police: Enjoy Memorial Day Safely By Remembering These RulesThe Sacramento Police Department is reminding residents of some park rules and regulations ahead of Memorial Day weekend.
Three-Time Teacher Of The Year Winner Gets Even Bigger HonorTo be named “Teacher of the Year” at your school is considered an honor, but to be chosen three times, at three different schools, is rare.