Campsite expansion in Auburn State Recreation Area passed unanimouslyA controversial plan to add new campgrounds to the Auburn State Recreation Area was unanimously adopted by state park commissioners on Thursday, even as locals expressed their concerns about the increased risk of forest fires.
New details on Elverta Teens’ brutal attack on mom, brotherTwo Elverta teens accused of attempting to kill their mother and brother faced a judge on Thursday.
Child contracts measles in Calaveras CountyA new case of an old disease is raising long-term concerns in Calaveras and Tuolumne counties. A young child in Calaveras County has contracted measles.
Sacramento hits record drought streak at end of aquatic yearThursday marked the official end of the water year for meteorologists, and with no rain in sight, Sacramento is poised to break a record that dates back more than a century.
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Teenager arrested over old Sacramento shooting that left 2 injuredThe suspect was 17 years old. The two people who were shot were said to have been in stable condition for the last time.
This week in politics with Gary DietrichCBS13 political analyst Gary Dietrich discusses the recent decision on the school mask mandate and the newly signed police reform laws.
Immunization mandate deadline approaches for students and staff in Los RiosLos Rios Community College district students and staff have until Friday to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination. On Thursday, people opposed to the warrant rallied outside the university district headquarters and said they wanted the freedom to make their own healthcare decisions.
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Pairs of underwear found on cars in North Oak ParkA woman to whom this happened to her said it had happened three times this month.
Bat, knife used in alleged brutal attack by Elverta brothers on familyThe two teenagers appeared in court on Thursday.
Former correctional officer convicted of sexual assault chargesA man who worked as a correctional officer was convicted of sexually assaulting women inmates at the San Joaquin County Jail.
Caldor fire impact causes wine problems at local vineyardsThe Caldor fire caused major problems for this year’s harvest that could affect wine lovers.
Manage children and their use of social mediaUC Davis Wellness Manager Dr Peter Yellowlees provides insight into the impact of social media on young children.
Newsom signs police reform measuresCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday enacted several criminal justice reforms, including putting in place a way to remove badges from police officers who act in a criminal or one-sided manner.
Firefighter injured in Caldor blaze released from hospitalThere was a huge show of support when the firefighter left UC Davis Medical Center on his way home.
Judge denies lawsuit to quash mask warrants at California K-12 schoolsThe “Let Them Breathe” group sued the state in July over masks, COVID testing and around 40 close contacts in public schools.
Granite Bay resident finds precious 4.38-carat diamond in ArkansasWhile on vacation in Arkansas, a woman from Granite Bay made a surprisingly lucrative discovery. Katie Johnston reports.
End of moratorium on evictions in CaliforniaWith the end of the moratorium on evictions in California, many Californians are at risk of losing their homes.
Thursday lunchtime forecast – 09/30/21Jordan Segundo delivers the noon forecast for the Sacramento Valley today.
Elverta teens suspected of attempting to kill mother and brother will appear in courtThe mother is said to be recovering, but the boy is struggling harder to recover.
Folsom’s Own, Sgt. Tyler Andrews injured in Kabul attackA US Marine Corps sergeant from Folsom who was among the soldiers injured in a suicide bomb attack at Kabul airport continues to undergo surgery. Katie Johnston reports.
Traffic stop in Stockton leads police to find gun, drugs in vehicleOne person was arrested after a traffic stop in Stockton after a gun and drugs were found in his car on Wednesday evening. Katie Johnston reports.
Vegetable tailgateA company makes it easy to serve herbal options to your tailgate! Dina speaks with the founder of Before the Butcher to find out more.