Camp Fire Benefit Held At The Barn In West SacramentoEfforts to help Camp Fire survivors continued on Sunday. This time in the form of a concert. It's all thanks to Drake's Brewing Company at The Barn. The West Sacramento restaurant hosted a benefit concert Sunday afternoon.
Arnold Schwarzenegger Talks About The Time He Went Sledding With George And Barbara BushArnold Schwarzenegger's reminiscences about his time with former President George H.W. Bush have given rise to a mystery surrounding a sledding excursion at Camp David in which first lady Barbara Bush broke her leg.
Some Evacuation Orders Lifted For Camp FireAuthorities have lifted evacuation orders for some Butte County communities ravaged by the state's deadliest wildfire but said no traffic will be allowed into the town of Paradise, which was the most devastated community in the Camp Fire last month.
Detectives Investigating Violent Weekend In Modesto AreaIt was a busy 24 hours for Modesto area law enforcement now investigating three homicides. One man was fatally stabbed, another shot to death and a resident discovered human remains.
A Bear Walks Into A CHP Office In TruckeeNo punch line here! A bear had no trouble opening a door as it strolled into a California Highway Patrol office in a Truckee.
FDA: Romaine Lettuce Tainted With E. Coli May Have Originated In CAThe FDA is looking at California as a potential source of romaine lettuce tainted with a potentially deadly strain E. coli.
Thieves Steal Thousands Of Dollars Of Parts From Vehicles At Auburn ToyotaThieves broke into Auburn Toyota overnight Tuesday, and got away with hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of car parts.
$49 Flights Available During Southwest’s 72-Hour SaleLooking for a cheap flight? Southwest Airline’s semi-annual 72-hour sale is on now and they’re offering one-way flights starting at $49 on the carrier’s shortest routes.
Supreme Court Ruling Has Independent Contractors Looking For AnswersMany worry the ruling in Dynamex Operations West v Superior Court of Los Angeles will debilitate millions of workers, while others say it's a decision that was long overdue.
Big Chunk Of California Pot Products Fail Potency, Purity TestsNearly 20 percent of marijuana products in California have failed tests for potency and purity since the state started requiring the checks on July 1, a failure rate some in the industry say has more to do with unrealistic standards and technical glitches than protecting consumer safety.
8 People Accused Of Bringing Out-Of-State Material Into California For RecyclingAuthorities say they intercepted thousands of pounds of empty beverage containers being smuggled into California to defraud the state's recycling program.
INTERVIEW: Gov. Jerry Brown's Days In Politics Far From OverCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown tells CBS13 News in one of his final interviews before leaving office that he might not be done with politics.
Bill Requiring Rape Test Kit Backlog Count Passes California LegislatureLegislation is making its way through the state capitol to cut through the massive backlog of rape kits across the state. Assembly Bill 3118 would require law enforcement agencies across California to count and report untested rape kits. The bill is now heading to Governor Brown's desk.
Questions Swirl Around Refugee Status Of Man Sought In ISIS MurderAs federal authorities in Sacramento prepare to extradite Omar Ameen to his hometown of Iraq, many are wondering- how did the suspect get approved for refugee status in the first place?
CHP: I-5 Road Rage Incident A Deadly Lesson For DriversAn investigation is underway after a fight sparked by road rage resulted in the deaths of drivers Jason Dykes of Sacramento and Jose Rodriguez of Oroville. Now authorities are asking people to be calm on the roads.