• 911 Callers Help Placer County Authorities Find And Arrest Shooter

    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) — The manhunt is over for the suspect who shot a man inside an Auburn Quick Lube Tuesday afternoon. Placer County law enforcement conducted an extensive search for 41-year old Joseph David De La Cruz. Detectives say they even scoured the woods in Clipper Gap until they found him Wednesday morning near his home, along Christian Valley Road.
    Auburn Police confirmed the suspect had no business coming down to the Quick Lube to see his estranged wife. There’s a
  • Gang Members Involved With Most Violent Crimes In Stockton Arrested

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Ten individuals involved with the most violent crimes in Stockton are now in police custody after a long investigation involving several law enforcement agencies.
    Police say the suspects may also have ties to other unsolved crimes in the community.
    When Stockton Police and other law enforcement agencies recently served warrants, they seized guns and made several arrests including a man and his mother.
    (source: Stockton Police Department)
    Manuel Solis, 23, and his mother,
  • Police Find Shooting Victim, Searching For Shooting Scene

    SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) — A man was found dead after a shooting, though investigators aren’t sure where he was shot.
    Sacramento Police were called out to the 300 block of Arnold Gamble Circle after reports of gunshots heard in the area. Officers searched the area, but found no evidence of a shooting.
    A follow-up investigation revealed a man with a gunshot wound on the 5600 block of Canary Drive, nearly 10 miles away from where the original gunshots were heard. The man died from his
  • Many Questioning PG&E Decision To Intentionally Cut Power To 59,000

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — After some residents were left without power for roughly 48 hours, many are questioning the rationale behind PG&E’s decision to intentionally cut power to customers.
    PG&E purposely shut off power for tens of thousands residents on Sunday night, saying they were getting ahead of high winds that could spark wildfires like the ones that burned Santa Rosa just over a year ago.
    State Sen. Ted Gaines (R-El Dorado) the utility giant only created a new firestorm.
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  • Police: Vacaville Resident Intentionally Set Fire At Mission On The Hill

    VACAVILLE (CBS13) — An arson suspect is behind bars after allegedly starting a fire early Sunday morning at the Mission on the Hill in Vacaville.
    Police said they arrested 45-year-old Vacaville resident Terry Smith for arson after identifying him the business’ surveillance videos.
    Vacaville and Fairfield fire crews said the fire engulfed the business and surrounded vegetation just after 5 a.m. Sunday morning.The Vacaville Fire Department and Solano County Fire Investigation unit cond
  • Fairfield Man Arrested For Shooting That Struck Occupied Residence

    FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — Fairfield police said a 23-year-old Nakita Hubbard has been arrested in connection with a shooting that happened Monday morning in a residential area of the city.
    According to police, reports of gunshots came into the police department around 10:30 a.m. Monday morning in the area of Travis Boulevard and Union Ave. While responding to the area, police said another caller said she hear d gunshots and her front window was shattered in the 2000 block of Hampton Place.
    Witne
  • Whole Foods Salads Recalled Due To Salmonella Risk From Corn

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Sacramento company is at the center of a recall of ready-to-eat salads at Whole Foods.
    GH Foods is recalling 940 pounds of ready-to-eat salad because it contains a corn ingredient that may be contaminated with salmonella and listeria.
    GH Foods was notified by a supplier of the issue on Tuesday.
    The affected products includeSanta Fe Style Salad with Chicken – 9.75 oz clear plastic clamshell packaging with a best-if-sold-by date of Oct. 17 and 18.
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  • Cal Fire Firefighter School Readmits Dismissed Cadets

    SACRAMENTO (AP) — Authorities say most of the 17 California state firefighter cadets fired for drinking during training will be reinstated.
    The Sacramento Bee reported Wednesday that 10 of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection cadets will serve suspensions rather than losing their jobs.
    Cal Fire cadets are required to refrain from weekday drinking during their seven weeks of training. The cadets were caught drinking off the Amador County campus after hours last year. Ca
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  • Man, 31, Found Shot And Killed In His Tuolumne County Pot Garden

    JUPITER (CBS13) – Authorities in Tuolumne County are investigating after a man was shot and killed in a marijuana garden.
    The incident happened at a residence on Italian Bar Road, near Rose Creek, late Tuesday night. The Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office says deputies responded to the scene around 10 p.m. to investigate a reported a shooting.
    A man, 31-year-old Andrew Rockey, was soon found dead in a marijuana garden at the property, deputies say.
    Detectives have interviewed witnesses
  • Search On For Auburn Verizon Store Robbery Suspect

    AUBURN (CBS13) – Deputies in Placer County are asking for the public’s help in finding a man who they say robbed a cell phone store.
    They say this man here entered the Verizon store on Grass Valley Highway in Auburn just before 8 p.m. Saturday.
    Surveillance photo of the suspect provided by the Placer Sheriff’s Office.
    The suspect – who identified himself as Travis – asked to purchase two Apple iPhones. When the employee got the phones, the suspect pushed the employe
  • Police: Shooting Victim From Sacramento Incident Found In North Highlands

    NORTH HIGHLANDS (CBS13) – Authorities are investigating a shooting involving at least one victim late Tuesday night in Sacramento.
    Sacramento police say the shooting happened within city limits, but it’s unclear exactly what time.
    The shooting victim was later found along the 5600 block of Canary Drive in North Highlands. Deputies with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department are now at that scene Wednesday morning helping with the investigation.
    Detectives are still trying t
  • Suspect In Auburn Auto Shop Shooting Arrested In Rural Placer County

    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) – Deputies have arrested the suspect wanted in connection with a shooting at an auto repair shop in Auburn.
    Investigators say 41-year-old Joseph De La Cruz got into an argument at a Quick Lube location on Margarite Mine Road Tuesday afternoon and opened fire, hitting one of the shop’s employees.
    Deputies arrested Joesph David De La Cruz this morning for the shooting incident in the City of Auburn yesterday.Detectives had continued the search for De La Cruz throu
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  • Disabled Veteran Reunited With Dog That Was Stolen Along With Van

    YUBA CITY (CBS13) – Police in Yuba City say a disabled veteran’s dog who was stolen earlier this week has been found safe.
    Authorities say the man’s van was taken on Sunday with his dog Reo inside.
    The van was later found in Yuba County in bad shape – and Reo was nowhere to be found.
    Reo and his owner now reunited. (Credit: City of Yuba City)
    Following the discovery of the van, police were asking for the safe return of the dog with no questions asked.
    Tuesday night, the p
  • 911 Text Message System Debuts In Sacramento County

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Starting Wednesday, people in Sacramento County will be able to send 9-1-1 text messages to local dispatch centers.
    The new system comes online just a week after non-emergency phone lines were shut down for more than 12 hours.
    The public was still able to call 9-1-1 and even contact police through the Sac PD app, but other areas of the county didn’t have that kind of resource.
    Now people can reach agencies over text if the phone line is ever down again.
  • VIDEO: Good Samaritan Tried To Block Riverbank Wells Fargo Takeover Suspects’ Getaway

    RIVERBANK (CBS13) – A takeover bank robbery in Riverbank has deputies on the hunt for three armed men.
    They made their getaway after a Good Samaritan tried to stop them by blocking the suspects’ vehicle with his truck. And he recorded it all on video.
    CBS13 obtained the heart-pounding cell phone video. It shows him driving towards the suspects in an effort to pin them in their vehicle, when the robbers back up, and one takes aim with their weapon out the window.
    The Good Samaritan pu
  • Feces, Drug Paraphernalia Found Near Baseball Field Dugout

    RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) — Parents are outraged after drug paraphernalia found out on the baseball field near Cordova High School.
    “Once we started hearing what they were finding out here it just became mortifying for me,” said Dawn Velverde, Cordova High baseball mom.
    They want just more than a cleanup crew to fix the mess.
    RELATED: Modesto Community Rallying Around Homeless Amid Shelter Crisis
    “It’s the drug pushers, the drug attic‘s, they are using right
  • Highway 65 Construction Noise Rattling Rocklin Neighbors

    ROCKLIN (CBS13) — Construction work on the Highway 65 viaduct in Roseville is becoming a big nuisance for neighbors.
    The work started on Sunday night and continues throughout the week from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Caltrans’ goal is to reduce traffic congestion in the area, but some residents say it’s keeping them up at night.
    “It’s so loud, it’s ricocheting against the windows,” said Tyler Hill.
    RELATED: After Several Delays, Rocklin’s Quarry Park S
  • Folsom Jewelry Thieves Caught On Camera

    FOLSOM (CBS13) — Two jewelry thieves were caught on surveillance video as they ransacked a business.
    The owner of Adrian Blanco Jewelry says the thieves got away with multiple watches and other jewelry displays from the store.
    Folsom Police don’t think this the only time these thieves have struck in the area.
    Adrian Blanco made it to a year before his jewelry store was targeted by thieves who made their way into his store through a window.
    RELATED: Man Accused Of Placing Camera
  • Fear Plays Big Role In Proposition 8 Debate On Dialysis Clinics

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Elections are just around the corner, and Proposition 8 is gathering a significant amount of attention.
    The ballot initiative is calling for dialysis clinics to put money earned above a certain amount toward healthcare improvements in clinics, and ensuring clinics have enough staff.
    Right now, Da Vita and Fresenius operate about three-quarters of dialysis clinics in the State.
    You can find Walter Chandler at a Da Vita dialysis center three days a week, four hours at a
  • Clipper Gap Road Closed As Investigators Search For Shooting Suspect

    9:00 p.m. UPDATE: Police say Joseph De La Cruz was confronting a female employee with whom he had a relationship with and an argument ensued. At one point, investigators say he opened fire and wounded a male employee.
    Police are wrapping up the search for the night.
    Deputies are finishing the search in Clipper Gap. We do not believe the suspect is still in the area. The ‘shelter in place’ request is being lifted for Clipper Gap.We will continue to work with @AuburnPoliceCA to locate
  • PG&E: All Power Restored After Planned Outages Over Wildfire Risk

    9 p.m. UPDATE: PG&E announced on Tuesday night it had restored power to all of the customers affected by its planned outage over high winds.
    The news comes two days after the utility cut power to residents over fears that high winds and power lines could spark fires like the one that ravaged Santa Rosa just over a year ago.
    The utility says it warned customers ahead of time, but some have described getting phone calls as little as 15 minutes before the lights went out.
    It’s the first t
  • Single Mothers Expo Helping Women Find Work

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Leaders in San Joaquin County are making sure mothers who are single have all the tools available to help them succeed in raising their family while starting a new career.
    Around 50 women are participating in a community-wide program that will take them from home to the corporate world.
    Over the next three days, single mothers in Stockton will be participating in an empowerment expo that will help them secure full-time jobs.
    Not too long ago, single mom Patricia Johnson
  • Identity Boutique Truck Stolen, Dumped With Merchandise Missing In Midtown Sacramento

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Thieves ransacked a truck full of clothing and shoes, leaving a Midtown Sacramento business owner out thousands of dollars.
    Identity Boutique owner Stephanie Bozzalla says her truck was eventually found a few miles away from where it was stolen, but many items were missing.
    “She called and said that she was shopping at the Rite Aid on 23rd and F [streets] and saw it in the parking lot with the doors open everything just exposed,” she said.
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  • Man Sought In Auburn Quick Lube Shooting

    AUBURN (CBS13) — The search is on for a suspect in a shooting at an auto service center on Tuesday.
    Police are looking for Joseph De La Cruz, 41, after a shooting at the Quick Lube Service Center in Auburn on Tuesday afternoon.
    He was last seen driving a faded green 1992 Chevy 1500 4×4 with a license plate of 4M78945. It has a black rack and KC lights.
    Deputies & @AuburnPoliceCA searching for shooting suspect, Joseph De La Cruz, 41. Driving 92 Chevy 1500 4×4 pick-up.License
  • Woman Found Dead, Run Over In Ceres Kmart Parking Lot

    CERES (CBS13) — A woman who may have been run over by a vehicle was found dead in a Kmart parking lot in Ceres on Saturday.
    The woman was found in the parking lot of the Kmart on Hatch Road and was pronounced dead at the scene.
    She has been identified as Clara Wiley, 47 of Modesto.
    RELATED: Florin Road Sears, One Of The Last Remnants Of The Florin Mall, To Close
    Investigators saw no obvious signs of foul play, though the coroner’s office later found that the woman had what are d
  • Armed Suspects Rob Riverbank Wells Fargo In Takeover-Style Robbery, Hit Bicyclist While Making Getaway

    RIVERBANK (CBS13) – Officers are looking for the suspects who robbed a Riverbank bank in a takeover-style robbery late Tuesday morning.
    The incident happened at the Wells Fargo along Oakdale Road. Stanislaus County authorities say two suspects entered the bank and told everyone inside to get down.
    Both suspects were apparently armed with handguns and had their faces covered.
    Robbery Update: Photos of 2 of the 3 suspects and the getaway car from this mornings robbery at the Wells Fargo Bank
  • MEGA Millions Reaches All-Time High Jackpot Ahead Of Tonight’s Drawing

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Tonight’s MEGA Millions jackpot is now a record $667 million.
    The all-time high topped the previous record of $656 million, which was set in 2012.
    The last time anyone matched the 5 white balls and golden MEGA ball was July 24. 1The $543 million winning ticket was sold in Santa Clara County.
    If anyone matches all of the winning numbers Tuesday night they have the option to take the lump sum cash option worth $380 million.
    If no one wins tonight, the estimated jac
  • Woodland Pastor Donating Bone Marrow Hopes To Inspire More People To Do The Same

    WOODLAND (CBS13) – A local pastor got a call he never expected: he’s a match to be a bone marrow donor. And now he’s getting ready to donate life to a man who needs it most.
    Three years ago, Matt Van Peursem registered with the National Bone Marrow Registry to help to save his friend’s life.
    He wasn’t a match for him then, but everything changed when he got a phone call.
    “Once I found out I wasn’t a match, three years later I got a call about 2.5 weeks a
  • Stockton Shelter Waving Fees For Animals Who’ve Been Waiting 2 Weeks Or More

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – The City of Stockton Animal Shelter is hoping free adoptions will help empty their kennels.
    With the shelter once again being full, officials are now waving adoption fees on all animals that have been at the shelter for two weeks or longer. The deal is in place until Oct. 21.
    Adoption fees on dogs over 25 pounds, senior dogs (over 7 years old), and all cats are also being waved for the foreseeable future.
    Head to the shelter’s website to see which animals are avail
  • Stockton Shelter Waiving Fees For Animals Who’ve Been Waiting 2 Weeks Or More

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – The City of Stockton Animal Shelter is hoping free adoptions will help empty their kennels.
    With the shelter once again being full, officials are now waiving adoption fees on all animals that have been at the shelter for two weeks or longer. The deal is in place until Oct. 21.
    Adoption fees on dogs over 25 pounds, senior dogs (over 7 years old), and all cats are also being waived for the foreseeable future.
    Head to the shelter’s website to see which animals are ava
  • Sacramento’s Identity Boutique’s Mobile Van Stolen

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police are investigating after a mobile boutique van was stolen.
    The owners of Identity Boutique say their van for the shops’ men’s mobile boutique was stolen outside their store location on J Street between the hours of 6 p.m. Monday and 6 a.m. Tuesday.
    The owners say there was merchandise inside the van when it was stolen and tell us a theft like this could be devastating to their small business.
    If you have any information on the whereabouts of this van
  • Disabled Veteran’s Van, Dog Stolen In Yuba City

    YUBA CITY (CBS13) – Police are asking for help in trying to find a disabled Yuba City veteran’s stolen dog.
    Yuba City authorities wrote in a post late Monday that a veteran’s van was stolen. The vet’s dog was inside the van at the time.
    The van was later found in Yuba County and is no longer operable – and the dog was nowhere to be found.
    Photo of the stolen van with the dog inside. (Credit: City of Yuba City)
    Authorities say that the veteran is wheelchair-bound and
  • Lodi Police Say Drone Helped Them Catch Robbery Suspects

    LODI (CBS13) – Police say they used a high-tech tool to help nab two suspected robbers – a drone.
    It happened around 1:15 p.m. Monday on Kettleman Lane in Lodi.
    Police say the suspects, identified as Elisa Ornelas and Jesus Mejia stole two duffle bags from a business then tried to hide under a tarp in the backyard of a home.
    That’s when the drone was sent up and tracked them down.
    Both were taken into custody.
    No word yet on what was found inside the duffle bags.
  • Young Mountain Lion Found Inside El Dorado County Business

    EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) – A young mountain lion was found sneaking around a business in El Dorado County.
    Sheriff’s office posted pictures Monday night of deputies helping the Department of Fish and Wildlife remove the little lion safely.
    Halloween may be the time for scares but not this kind… #edso was able to assist Fish and Wildlife in safely removing this juvenile lion from a local business. #sheriff #ElDoradoCounty #communitypolicing #pleasedontbiteme via @depvaughan pic
  • Modesto Community Rallying Around Homeless Amid Shelter Crisis

    MODESTO (CBS13) — The city of Modesto is scrambling to find shelter for its homeless population.
    This comes just weeks after a federal court ruling. In September, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeal determined that it was illegal to ticket the homeless for sleeping in public places if there aren’t available beds in a shelter.
    RELATED: Federal Court: Cities Can’t Prosecute People For Sleeping On Streets
    In response, Modesto opened up Beard Brook Park to serve as the designated
  • Cookies And Cremation? Student’s Cookie Recipe May Have Included Grandparent’s Ashes

    DAVIS (CBS13) — Police are investigating a disturbing report that a high school student made cookies mixed with human remains and gave them to unknowing classmates to eat.
    Several students ate the cookies at DaVinci Charter Academy that police suspect may have included the ashes of one of the student’s grandparents.
    RELATED: Grab-And-Go Thefts On The Rise On UC Davis Campus
    There have been plenty of cases of students bringing pot-laced cookies to school, but cremated remain cook
  • Thousands Still Without Power After PG&E Preemptive Move

    EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — Tens of thousands of people were without power and many still waiting for it to be restored.
    PG&E cut the electricity to customers in the Sierra foothills and across 12 counties over fears that high winds could fuel a firestorm.
    In this case, about 60,000 people were left without power starting on Sunday night and stretching into Monday, forcing the closure of schools in El Dorado County.
    RELATED: Residents Say PG&E Warnings Weren’t Enough Befo
  • Cookies And Cremation? Student’s Recipe May Have Included Grandparent’s Ashes

    DAVIS (CBS13) — Police are investigating a disturbing report that a high-school student made cookies mixed with human remains and gave them to unknowing classmates to eat.
    Several students ate the cookies at DaVinci High School that police suspect may have included the ashes of one of the student’s grandparents.
    RELATED: Grab-And-Go Thefts On The Rise On UC Davis Campus
    There have been plenty of cases of students bringing pot-laced cookies to school, but cremated remain cookies
  • Taylor Swift Safe After Escaping From Sacramento Zoo

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Bongo calf is now recovering with her mom at the Sacramento Zoo, after an escaped from her exhibit on Sunday.
    The Bongo, or antelope, appeared to have jumped over the exhibit fence, causing zoo staff to evacuate visitors. They’re still trying to figure out how it all happened.
    Sacramento Zoo visitors hoping to see Taylor Swift the Bongo calf, are going to have to wait a while. The Bongo exhibit is closed after the calf escaped from her enclosure Sunday.
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  • Shooting Death Of Elderly Woman Is Stockton’s 27th Homicide Of 2018

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — An elderly woman was killed inside a Stockton home and her roommate was wounded.
    Police said Gloria Navarro, 69, was killed and her roommate was rushed to the hospital with gunshot wounds. Right now, officers are working to figure out what sparked the violence.
    Stockton police have arrested Forrest Gilliam, 30, who lived inside the home. He was caught near the scene of the crime, hours after the deadly shooting.
    RELATED: Woman, 69, Killed In Stockton Double Shooting
  • Residents Say PG&E Warnings Weren’t Enough Before Utility Cut Power

    POLLOCK PINES (CBS13) — Connie Fender says a PG&E representative called to tell her what to expect, 15 minutes prior to the lights going out.
    PG&E voluntarily shut off power to 60,000 homes up in the foothills. It was unprecedented move officials say, to prevent a catastrophic wildfire.
    RELATED: PG&E Plans To Have 70 Percent Of Power Back By Midnight After Shutting Down For High Winds
    But Fender says an advanced warning would’ve helped. Her oxygen generator shut off.
  • California man exonerated, 2 arrested in 1998 killing

    RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A California man wrongly convicted of murdering his lover two decades ago has been exonerated and new arrests have been made in the case, authorities said Monday.
    Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin announced the arrests of Googie Harris and Joaquin Leal in the 1998 strangling of Terry Cheek, whose body was found on a lake shore. Harris was Cheek’s husband and Leal is Harris’ nephew.
    Cheek’s lover, Horace Roberts, was declared factual
  • PG&E Plans To Have 70 Percent Of Power Back By Midnight After Shutting Down For High Winds

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — PG&E is planning to have power restored to 70 percent of people by midnight on Monday night after it shut off power due to high winds.
    The company described the cause of the outage as a “recent weather event,” but it planned power outage with the threat of gusty winds on Sunday night. The outage is part of PG&E’s plan to reduce the risk of wildfires.
    RELATED: Gov. Brown Signs Law Allowing Utilities To Charge Ratepayers For Costs Related T
  • Electrical Problems Temporarily Close Tower Bridge

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The latest on the electrical problems at the Tower Bridge:
    2:52 p.m.
    The Tower Bridge has reopened, but only one way is open in each direction.
    Tower Bridge is back to normal operation. Be aware only one lane is open in each direction due construction work. #TrafficAlert pic.twitter.com/7VUmfqhq2I
    — Caltrans District 3 (@CaltransDist3) October 15, 2018Caltrans crews are also continuing work on upgrading the bridge.
    It’s unclear if the electrical work is wha
  • Veteran Skydiver Who Died After Parachute Failure Identified

    LODI (CBS13) – The skydiver who died at the Lodi Parachute Center over the weekend has been identified.
    The center says 62-year-old Nina Mason, Colorado resident, was the parachutist killed in the accident. She was jumping with her husband and the pair were well-known at the center, having jumped out of Lodi several times.
    It’s the fifth parachuting death in the past three years involving skydivers launching from the facility in Acampo.
    In 2017, almost half of the 24 jumpers who died
  • Police: Viral Facebook Post About Human Trafficking At Manteca Costco Parking Lot Unfounded

    MANTECA (CBS13) – Police say a Facebook post that went viral about an alleged case of stalking and human trafficking at the Manteca Costco parking lot was unfounded.
    The Manteca Police Department says officers responded to Costco on Sunday to investigate a report of someone possibly stalking a woman.
    As officers soon learned, the woman was apparently concerned about a person she had been seeing around town for years. After seeing this person again in the parking lot and fearing for her saf
  • Ask Us: When Are My Streets Going To Get Repaired

    PATTERSON (CBS13) – As more and more road projects are being done statewide using SB 1 dollars, some people want to know when it’s their turn.
    Viewer Jeff Moran filled out a form on cbs13.com/askus.
    “When are they going to start repairing and repaving streets and potholes in Patterson?”
    SEE: Proposition 6: Gas Tax At Center Of Debate Over Road Funding
    CBS13 took Jeff’s question to the City Manager and found out:
    “Prior to the passing of our local County M
  • Florin Road Sears, One Of The Last Remnants Of The Florin Mall, To Close

    (CNN) — Sears and Kmart’s parent company filed for bankruptcy, and it plans to close 142 of its worst-performing stores.
    The company has already closed hundreds of stores this year, and it could close even more location as the bankruptcy process proceeds. Only 700 Sears and Kmart stores are currently open.
    Liquidation sales at the following stores will begin “within two weeks,” according to Sears’ bankruptcy filing.
    Here’s the list by state:
    Alabama
    Sears
  • WWE Monday Night Raw Coming To Golden 1 Center In December

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Tired of the same old Nutcracker ballet every holiday season? The WWE is planning to swing by Sacramento come December.
    The Golden 1 Center will be hosting WWE Monday Night Raw on Dec. 17. Tickets start at just $20.
    .@WWE Monday Night RAW returns to Sacramento, Dec. 17!pic.twitter.com/qwOZrGJ3Kr
    — Golden 1 Center (@Golden1Center) October 15, 2018WWE is billing a 6-man tag team match, The Shield vs. Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre, Ronda Rouse
  • Semi-Truck Trailers Catch Fire In Sacramento Kohl’s Store Loading Dock

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Firefighters are battling a fire at the Kohl’s store loading dock along Arden Way.
    The scene is along the 1800 block of Arden Way.
    Structure fire 1800 Block Arden Way. Crews have gotten an initial knock down and the fire has extended into the structure. Interior crews report knock down pic.twitter.com/j70JYpabZo
    — Sacramento Fire (@SacFirePIO) October 15, 2018Sacramento Fire says two semi-truck trailers are on fire. It’s unclear at this point what cau

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