• 14-Year-Old Girl Pulled From American River In Father’s Day Water Rescue

    RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) —  A Father’s Day on the water took a terrible turn, Sunday, when a young girl went beneath the surface in the American River.  Metro Fire officials say it happened just before 2:30 p.m. on the banks at Hagan Community Park in Rancho Cordova.
    After speaking with family, authorities say the girl was submerged for nearly eight minutes before family pulled her from the water.  Multiple emergency crews responded, including park rangers and sheriff&rs
  • California ER Doctor Seen On Video Mocking Patient Suspended

    LOS GATOS, Calif. (AP) — A Northern California emergency room doctor has been suspended after cursing and mocking a man who said he had an anxiety attack.
    The San Jose Mercury News reports that Dr. Beth Keegstra, a contract doctor with El Camino Hospital in Los Gatos, was suspended after she was recorded on June 11 questioning whether 20-year-old Samuel Bardwell was sick or just looking for drugs.
    Bardwell’s father, Donald, said his son suffers anxiety attacks and takes the
  • Police Shoot Man Who Stabbed Woman At LA Rescue Mission

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles police have shot and killed a man who stabbed a woman and took another hostage at a Van Nuys church rescue mission for the homeless.
    KABC-TV says people had gathered for a meal on Saturday afternoon when the 30-year-old man stabbed a woman. A witness told the station that when police arrived, the man grabbed a second woman and held a nearly foot-long serrated blade to her neck.
    Police opened fire, killing the man and critically injuring the woman.
  • Arson Suspected At Bar Where Zach Randolph’s Brother Was Killed

    MARION, Ind. (AP) — Investigators have determined a fire likely was intentionally set at an Indiana bar, one day after the brother of NBA star Zach Randolph was fatally shot there.
    The fire happened at Hop’s Blues Room in Marion early Sunday — less than 24 hours after 35-year-old Roger Randolph was found dead.
    Firefighters extinguished the blaze that caused an estimated $20,000 in damage. Marion Fire Department Investigator Brandon Eckstein says the cause of the fire was arson.
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  • Erosion Of Immigrant Protections Began With Trump Inaugural

    The Trump administration’s move to separate immigrant parents from their children on the U.S.-Mexico border has grabbed attention around the world, drawn scorn from human-rights organizations and overtaken the immigration debate in Congress.
    It’s also a situation that has been brewing since the week President Donald Trump took office, when he issued his first order signaling a tougher approach to asylum-seekers. Since then, the administration has been steadily eroding protections for
  • California Counties See Higher Turnout Under New Vote Model

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Election officials in five California counties that mailed ballots to every voter for this month’s primary said the new model appears to have boosted turnout.
    Counties were still counting ballots from the June 5 primary, so turnout numbers were preliminary. But the tally done so far in the counties using the new model — Sacramento, Nevada, San Mateo, Madera and Napa — shows turnout on track to exceed or meet voter numbers in the last midterm prim
  • Sacramento Police Officer Hurt In Crash

    A Sacramento Police officer sustained significant injuries Saturday after being involved in a traffic crash with another driver. It happened near Richards Boulevard and 16th Streets.
    Sacramento Police say it was around 6:19 p.m. when one of their officers appeared to try and communicate with dispatch but was unsuccessful.
    “He touched his radio to communicate and nothing came out “ said Sgt. Vance Chandler with Sacramento Police.
    Police say this happened several more times, and concer
  • Giants’ Longoria Having Hand Surgery, Hopes To Return Soon

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — San Francisco Giants third baseman Evan Longoria has elected to have surgery on his broken left hand, hoping that can speed his return to the field.
    Longoria was injured Thursday when he was hit in the hand by a pitch from Miami’s Dan Straily. Longoria underwent an examination in Los Angeles on Saturday morning and said surgery was not required.
    The procedure could improve his recovery time, he said.
    “Hopefully soon after the All-Star break, I should be back,
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  • Investigators Hope DNA Can Shed Light On Cold Case Killing Of Family

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A heartbreaking and unsolved triple homicide that left a Sacramento family and a 9-year-old girl dead is getting new attention tonight.
    The California Attorney General and Sacramento Police are teaming up to offer a reward for information that leads to an arrest in the case.
    The violent attack left Michael and Marcy Jacobs and their daughter Jennifer dead, shot and stabbed. Investigators described the crime scene inside the Land Park neighborhood home as one that looke
  • West Sacramento Firefighters Upset Over Firehouse Toxic Mold

    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The city’s newest fire station has toxic mold and the local union is threatening a lawsuit if it’s not cleaned up.
    “This is one of the rooms where they found some of it,” said Chief John Heilmann while showing two rooms that have been quarantined.
    The mold is growing around firefighters’ bedrooms.
    “Didn’t know about the mold issue and how severe it was until they opened up the dorm room upstairs,” he said.
    The roof h
  • Sacramento Regional Transit Expanding Service, Fleet

    FOLSOM (CBS13) — Heads up riders, Sacramento Regional Transit is extending its service and its fleet.
    “Sac RT is cleaner, safer, and even more convenient with extended service hours,” said Patrick Kennedy, Sac County Board of Supervisors and chair of the RT board at a celebration Thursday evening.
    It was all about the next stop, Folsom and after hours.
    “Oh, that’s nice! I will probably be utilizing that,” said one rider.
    The service from Sacramento to Folsom u
  • Someone Stole The Gates To This Auburn Chinese Cemetery, Again

    AUBURN (CBS13) — Two gates are missing from the Chinese Cemetery in Auburn. And the owners say this is not the first time it’s happened.
    “We doubt if we’re going to get it back,” said Ken Tokutomi.
    The 2.5-acre burial site dates back to the 19th century. Cemetery owner Richard Yue told CBS13 his grandfather Charlie bought the land back in 1899 for a $10 piece of gold. It’s managed by the Joss House Museum, a cultural center in Old Town Auburn dedicated to reme
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  • Tracy Boys And Girls Club Scrambling After Losing Federal Grant

    TRACY (CBS13) — Leaders of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tracy are scrambling to find funds to help keep their programs running after the agency lost out on a federal grant worth half a million dollars.
    The agency has seven clubs and serves close to 800 students – and not just during the school year. It also has programs in the summer.
    Jahmir Mitchell, 12, is among the hundreds of kids who participate in activities with the Boys and Girls Clubs. In a way, it’s become his home awa
  • Downtown Tracy Piano Helps Local School Music Programs

    TRACY (CBS13) — There is another fun thing to do in downtown Tracy, besides shopping and dining, and it’s all for a good cause.
    Visitors will notice a piano sitting on the sidewalk on Main Street.
    Its open to anybody who wants to play it. The piano was donated by a local resident and it was then painted by West High School students.
    There is also a donation box which will be used to collect funds for local school music programs.
    “Without art, what’s the sense of everythin
  • Lawmakers Say PG&E Talking Bankruptcy After October Wildfires

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — California lawmakers say Pacific Gas & Electric has warned them it may need to reorganize if it is found legally liable for the 2017 October firestorm that devastated Wine Country.
    Lawmakers say PG&E is considering bankruptcy protection if it faces large penalties from the California wildfires. A Cal Fire report released on June 8 tied the utility to 12 of the blazes and referred eight of them to district attorneys for potential prosecution.
    RELATED: Cal F
  • Rocklin Quarry Theme Park Delayed Again, City Requests $1.15 Million To Finish

    ROCKLIN (CBS13) — Rocklin residents eagerly awaiting the opening of a quarry-based theme park will have to wait a bit longer as the project is experiencing yet another delay, and city officials are now requesting $1.15 million to finish construction.
    Quarry Park Adventures was originally scheduled to open in May. Then it was pushed back to June. Now city officials say it’s more likely to be August 31. Despite the delay of the of the theme park, city officials said the summer concert
  • CHP: 6-Year-Old Girl Killed In Crash South Of El Dorado Hills

    EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) – A 6-year-old girl died after a crash in rural El Dorado County late Friday morning.
    The scene was near Latrobe Road and Throttle Lane, about 10 miles south of El Dorado Hills.
    According to California Highway Patrol’s Placerville division, a 50-year-old man was driving with his daughter in the back seat when he – for an unknown reason – let his right tires drift off the roadway. He overcorrected to the left, investigators say, causing the car to
  • Woman, 50, Accused Of Carjacking Other Woman In Stockton

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – A 50-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of carjacking in Stockton on Thursday.
    Stockton police say, a little after 9:30 p.m., a 38-year-old woman was sitting in her car along the 4700 block of Quail Lakes Drive when the suspect – Elizabeth Antonio Perrott – walked up to her.
    SPD News:50-year-old woman arrested for carjacking. https://t.co/XiN45DTRrq pic.twitter.com/GjsYycE6Uz
    — Stockton Police Dept (@StocktonPolice) June 15, 2018Perrott had what l
  • Jackson Fire Dept. Reminds Swimmers To Be Careful And Wear Life Jackets

    With summer comes many trips to the river to escape from the sweltering heat. But, with all the fun that comes from a day at the river, there are many dangers to be aware of as well.
    After a couple incidents this week, the Jackson Fire Department wants to remind swimmers to use safety precautions when they go to the water.
    Twice this week, Jackson Firefighters were called to the Mokelumne River along Electra road for swift water rescues. The first call came Monday afternoon when a dog was strand
  • Former Sacramento Kings Player Mike Bibby Is Looking Jacked At 40

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – He may have last played in the NBA more than five years ago, but a former Sacramento Kings player is looking more swole than ever.
    Mike Bibby is only 40 years old. He’s currently coaching high school ball at his alma mater in Arizona.
    Thursday night, the Sacramento Kings posted a new picture of Bibby with the caption “On a scale of 1-10, how JACKED is Mike Bibby.”
    On a scale of 1-10, how JACKED is Mike Bibbypic.twitter.com/cnjLHJpe4n
    — Sacramen2
  • Police: Man Vandalizes McDonald’s After Finding Out It Was Closed

    TRACY (CBS13) – Authorities are looking for a man they say got angry and vandalized a McDonald’s restaurant when he discovered it was closed.
    On Thursday, police released photos of the suspect who caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to the restaurant doors and windows.
    Police in the City of Tracy are looking for a man possibly driving a silver Dodge Avenger. Detectives say the suspect caused thousands of dollars worth of damage after becoming enraged that @McDonalds was close
  • Early Morning Fire Destroys Home In Citrus Heights

    CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) – Fire investigators looking into what sparked a fire that destroyed a home in Citrus Heights early Friday morning.
    Just before 1 a.m., flames were seen pouring from the garage of the home on Conover Way, just north of Old Auburn Road.
    Sacramento Metro Fire crews say the person renting the place was not home the fire started, but arrived to find the home engulfed in flames.
    Neighbors tell us a bunny living in the home is safe as well.
    Citrus Heights police say the ho
  • Joint Pain Relief: Elderly Turning To Cannabis As Treatment Option

    WOODLAND (CBS13) — Cannabis use in California is now piquing the interest of senior citizens. Some cannabis experts say it’s a safer alternative to treat conditions and diseases as we age.
    “Now you have the opportunity to choose not only the way in which you want to ingest it but also the effects that you want,” said Danny Kress, a dispensary manager with A Therapeutic Alternative.
    Seniors gathered in Woodland on Wednesday for a Yolo County-sponsored crash course all abou
  • Neighbors Worry More Parking Will Expose Hidden Falls

    AUBURN (CBS13) — There’s controversy over a push to expand access to the Hidden Falls Park in Auburn.
    Placer County plans to purchase 50 acres next to the park to increase parking and other amenities.
    Dozens of nearby residents are opposed saying they feel like their rural neighborhood is being turned into a theme park. Others say the public park should be accessible to everyone.
    “Not in my backyard,” said Bart Ruud, who’s lives in rural Auburn all his life.
  • Sacramento RT Draws Line On Certain Pets On Trains, Buses

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Regional Transit is implementing new rules to keep its riders safe from animal attacks.
    “The worst case scenario is someone brings a dog on a train that’s not tethered properly, that’s not in a carrier, so people are at risk,” said Lt. Lisa Hinz with RT.
    Officials are seeing a growing problem with people riding along with their not so trained four-legged friends.
    “It’s just a national problem where people are bringing their pets into
  • Man On Horse Charged With DUI After Boy Trampled During Parade

    COLUSA (CBS13) — A rider at a Colusa parade who lost control of his horse, which injured a boy was under the influence at the time, Colusa Police said.
    Armando Martinez Ruiz is now facing DUI charges.
    Each year the parade down 10th Street in Colusa kicks off the county fair.
    “It’s actually one of the best parades we’ve had in years,” said spectator Beth Lohman.
    She says the spectacle sets the mood for the fun and festivities ahead.
    The main attraction towards the en
  • Report: Black Male Students Suspended At Highest Rate In Sacramento Schools

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Black male students are suspended at the highest rate in the state in the Sacramento City Unified School District according to a new report.
    One in five black male students have been suspended in the district, more than any other district in the state.
    Shareen Dunn is a proud parent of four students in the district. She values her children’s education.
    “Oh yeah my sons are going to college, it’s not an option,” Dunn said.
    Two of her children hav
  • Caltrans Work Leaves Windshields Chipped On Highway 50

    FOLSOM (CBS13) — Drivers around the Sacramento region are outraged over construction along Highway 50.
    Caltrans recently began a road resurfacing project between Sunrise Boulevard and the El Dorado County line. Drivers say the leftover debris has been cracking their windshields.
    “It was like repeatedly like ‘tick tick tick tick tick’, exactly like that the entire time,” said Elisia Saeteurn.
    She described the sound of rocks flying up into the windshield of her brand
  • California Lawmakers Approve $755 Million To Fix ‘Death Trap’ Capitol Annex

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CBS13/AP) – Lawmakers on Thursday approved spending $755 million to renovate their own office building as part of the state budget.
    The plan appropriates the money to rebuild the statehouse annex, the building attached to the Capitol that houses most legislative offices.
    The annex is more than 60 years old and doesn’t meet fire and safety standards, which endangers many schoolchildren who visit the building every year, Republican Sen. Jean Fuller of Bakersfield sa
  • Who Killed A Modesto Brother And Sister?

    MODESTO (CBS13) — Police in Modesto are looking for the person or people responsible for the death of a brother and sister whose bodies were found at a mobile home park.
    Detectives have deemed the investigation a double homicide, but their deaths remain a mystery.
    Police are not disclosing the circumstances surrounding the murders, but want to make sure the small community knows there is no cause for concern.
    Marc Abenoja was home the night Modesto Police flooded his front yard.
    “I w
  • Police: Fairfield Woman Attacked By Her Own Dog

    FAIRFIELD (CBS13) – A Fairfield woman was viciously attacked Thursday by a dog believed to one of her own.
    Around 8:45 a.m., a resident heard a woman screaming for help in the backyard of a home in the 1600 block of Kentucky Street and called the police. They looked over the fence and saw a woman on the ground being attacked by a large dog.
    ALSO: Baby Moose ‘Adopts’ Family And Their Dog
    When officers arrived on the scene of the attack, they saw the dog standing above a wom
  • Police: Man On Horse Arrested For DUI After Boy Trampled At Parade

    COLUSA (CBS13) – A man is facing DUI charges after he lost control of a horse he was riding and a boy was trampled, police say.
    The incident happened during the Colusa County Fair parade last Friday. According to the Colusa Police Department, just after 7:30 p.m., a horse walking in the parade trampled an 8-year-old boy near 10th and Parkhill streets.
    Police say the boy suffered injuries to his legs.
    Officers soon found the horse, which had thrown off its rider, near 8th and Webster street
  • Benicia Teen Convicted Of Killing Father, Stepmother And 8-Year-Old Brother

    EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) – The Benicia teen accused of killing his father, his father’s fiancée and the couple’s 8-year-old son has been convicted of murder.
    Back in September 2015, the remains of the Adam Buchanan, Molly McAfee and their son Gavin were found in a burned-out cabin in the Greenwood area of El Dorado County. Nolen Buchanan, then 16, was later arrested for the deaths.
    Prosecutors said Nolen shot and killed the three before dosing the cabin in gasoline and l
  • California EBT System Will Be Unavailable For 24 Hours

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The California Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) system will be down for 24 hours June 23-24. Users will not be able to access their EBT benefits during this time.
    The Department of Social Services sent out a letter and posted the information on its website warning people to plan ahead for their shopping needs and getting cash. Those with EBT cards will not be able to use them from 11 pm on Saturday, June 23, 2018 until 11 pm Sunday, June 24, 2018 due to a system updat
  • Ellen DeGeneres Coming To NorCal For First Stand-Up Tour In 15 Years

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Ellen DeGeneres is moving from daytime to evenings. The comedienne is going on a comedy tour called “An Evening With Ellen DeGeneres” this summer.
    According to the Ticketmaster site, DeGeneres has only announced 8 show dates in 3 cities.August 10- Balboa Theatre, San Diego
    August 11- Balboa Theatre, San Diego
    August 12- Balboa Theatre, San Diego
    August 15- Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco
    August 16- Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco
  • More Than One Million Passengers Came Through SMF In May

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – More than one million passengers flew in and out of Sacramento International Airport in May- the most in more than a decade.
    1.052 million passengers officially moved through SMF last month. It was a 12.3% increase over May 2017 and the highest since July 2017.
    Part of the increase is credited to airlines offering more flights. Those additional flights led to 11.8% more seats being available in May 2018 compared to May 2017. Currently, 12 airlines operate out of Sacram
  • Plane Makes Emergency Landing At Mather Airport; Pilots Unhurt

    SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – A pilot had to make an emergency landing at Mather Airport on Thursday.
    #MetroFire is o/s at #MatherAirport #MHR) w/ @SacCountyCA Division of Airports Fire Department due to an emergency landing of an aircraft with fire which is now extinguished.2 pilots were on board and uninjured.Fire units will remain o/s for an extended duration. pic.twitter.com/zYv5MwcBmw
    — Metro Fire of Sacramento (@metrofirepio) June 14, 2018Sacramento Metro Fire says they had to pu
  • Portuguese Prime Minister Visits California, Meets With Gov. Brown To Boost Ties

    SACRAMENTO (AP) — Portugal’s prime minister and other officials are visiting the California state Senate to boost ties between the two governments.
    Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins said Thursday that California has the largest population of Portuguese Americans, at more than 300,000 people. She says California and Portugal are signing a memorandum of understanding on clean energy. Its details weren’t immediately available.
    .@JerryBrownGov welcomes Portugal to the #Under2Coa
  • Body Found Near Highway 160, Police Suspect Homicide

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Detectives are investigating a homicide after the body of a man was found in Sacramento.
    The man’s body was found early Tuesday afternoon, near Northgate Boulevard and Highway 160.
    Officers responded to the scene to investigate a report of a body found by a passerby. Officers soon found the body and started canvassing the area for witnesses and evidence.
    Police say the man’s death is suspicious and homicide investigators have since taken the lead on the cas
  • Caught On Camera: Man Opens Package On Elk Grove Porch Before Taking Boxes

    ELK GROVE (CBS13) – An apparent porch pirate was caught on surveillance camera going through boxes on an Elk Grove porch and then stealing the packages.
    The video recorded using a Ring doorbell shows the man using a knife to open a large Crate & Barrel box, looking at what was inside, then grabbing that and a smaller Amazon box before running back to his car.
    The homeowner did report the incident to Elk Grove police.
    If you recognize this person call Elk Grove PD at 916-478-8000.
  • Bill Would Help Remove Derelict Boats From Delta

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Scores of dilapidated boats litter the delta. Now a new bill would set aside money to remove the vessels in five Delta counties, including Contra Costa, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Solano and Yolo.
    Old ships and barges are sometimes deliberately dumped, leaking diesel fuel or lead paint into the water.
    The classic case was the “Spirit of Sacramento,” an old paddle wheeler that a man bought for $1000. When it sank, it cost taxpayers $3 million to remove.
    A new
  • Texts Shed Light On Sacramento’s Hunt For MLS Investors

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento is still fighting hard to bring an MLS franchise to the capital city, despite losing an official bid to Cincinnati last month.
    Now newly revealed text messages and emails are showing some of the behind the scenes deal-making to get a Major League Soccer team awarded here.
    The documents were released by the city of Sacramento after a Public Records Act request by an Austin attorney, seeking information about whether the MLS Columbus Crew, which is slated to m
  • East Area Rapist Victims May Get Shot At Compensation From California

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Victims of the East Area Rapist may get the chance to seek up to $70,000 for emotional trauma and financial losses. Typically, victims would have just three years “after a crime” to file for compensation, but Joseph D’Angelo’s alleged victims would have until 2019 to apply.
    “At that moment, I just was flooded with adrenaline,” said Jennifer Carole, describing the day D’Angelo was arrested. “I didn’t even stop shakin
  • ‘Crazy Political Environment’ Puts Plan For 3 Californias On Ballot

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The proposal to break California into three separate states has received enough signatures to be placed on the November ballot.
    According to the proposal backed by billionaire venture capitalist Tim Draper, the state would be cut into Northern California, California, and Southern California. Each would have roughly 13 million people.
    “It makes no sense how it’s carved up this time,” said Steve Maviglio, a spokesperson for the organized opposition to t
  • As Homeless Shelter Changes Owners, Fight Brews Over What’s Inside

    AUBURN (CBS13) — A North Auburn homeless shelter will soon be cleared out, following a switch in operations. Placer County awarded the shelter’s contract to a new vendor, but before the old operators move out, they’re cleaning house and taking items they say are theirs. But, some community members are questioning what’s being taken, claiming some items should stay put.
    It’s home to 100 people, including Deneane Williams.
    “This shelter’s changed my life,&
  • How Is California Spending Money From The Gas Tax?

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The controversial gas tax bill has critics trying to repeal legislation in November, but proponents argue the money is already being put to good use.
    While flying rocks and busted roads can lead to more than pricey repairs, some drivers would rather suffer slowly at the pump.
    “Our roads are horrible. I go from here to Southern California, roads are bumpy, and there are potholes. We need to fix our infrastructure,” said Betty Conley of Sacramento.
  • How Is California Spending Money From Gas Tax?

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The controversial gas tax bill has critics trying to repeal legislation in November, but proponents argue the money is already being put to good use.
    While flying rocks and busted roads can lead to more than pricey repairs, some drivers would rather suffer slowly at the pump.
    “Our roads are horrible. I go from here to Southern California, roads are bumpy, and there are potholes. We need to fix our infrastructure,” said Betty Conley of Sacramento.
  • Body Camera Video Of In-Custody Death Leaves Family With More Questions

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Newly-released body camera video from Sacramento police is shedding light on the case of a parolee who died while being transported to county jail.
    As part of their commitment to be transparent and the result of a 2016 ordinance, police released body and dash cam videos Wednesday, just hours after the family of Brandon Smith held a press conference demanding answers. Smith’s family made a painful plea to find out what led up to his death.
    Smith was 30 years old a
  • Vandalism Of Rio Vista Church Investigated As Hate Crime

    RIO VISTA (CBS13) — A woman was arrested in the vandalism of a church that police are investigating as a hate crime.
    Danielle Ricafrente, 23 of Rio Vista, was arrested on suspicion of burglary, arson of a church, felony vandalism and hate crimes against a church.
    Investigators say part of the sanctuary at the Union Baptist Church was vandalized sometime on Tuesday night. They say someone set fire to objects inside the sanctuary.
    “You see something like this, you’re disappointed
  • Drone Program Gives Modesto Police Crime-Fighting Eye In The Sky

    MODESTO (CBS13) — The Modesto Police Department is teaming up with Axon, a company that develops everything from body cameras to drones, all in an effort to beef up enforcement and keep people safe.
    One of the tools officers are using to fight crime is called the Axon Air.
    Officers with the Modesto Police Department’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Unit are taking flight around the community. The team uses 11 drones to fight crime.
    “We’ve been realizing that it’s a force m

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