• New Charges Possible Today For Suspected Golden State Killer

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – State prosecutors are announcing an update in the Golden State Killer/East Area Rapist case that could include the filing of additional charges against suspect Joseph DeAngelo.
    A number of top prosecutors in the state will announce an update in the case. The Contra Costa County district attorney will also be there. She is the only district attorney attending who did not have a homicide linked to the golden state killer.
    It’s speculated that today’s developm
  • Man Dragged By Truck Nearly A Mile To His Death

    VALLEJO (CBS13) — Vallejo Police are investigating a grisly incident involving a man who was hit by a truck and dragged nearly a mile to his death.
    The 28-year-old female driver from Vallejo reported the incident to police around 2 a.m. Monday morning after she got home. Police say the victim was hit somewhere on Borgess Lane near Agnes Court and became lodged under the truck that struck him.
    “This is a shock to all of us and the family, still can’t get over this,” said A
  • Fake Deputy Was Real Corrections Officer For More Than A Decade

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The man accused of impersonating a Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy at the Sacramento International Airport last week was a correctional officer for more than a decade, his former employer said on Monday.
    Brad Beaver, 33 years old, was arrested Wednesday night and charged with four counts: 2 felonies and 2 misdemeanors including possession of an assault weapon and false impersonation a peace officer.
    “We don’t know his full intention and full motive
  • Neighbors Complain Taco Bell Attracting Crime In Orangevale

    ORANGEVALE (CBS13) — A Taco Bell is the target of a local crime watch group.
    Concerned citizens in Orangevale say the fast food restaurant on Greenback Lane is enabling illegal activity and they’re demanding it clean up its act or get out.
    “They’re inside, they’re outside all hours of the night,” said 35-year-old Brandon Schwab who’s lived in Orangevale all his life.
    Schwab says Taco Bell has been taken over by transients.
    “We’ve seen drug us
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  • Brothers Honored For Saving Children From Rancho Cordova Fire

    RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) – Two brothers were honored by for saving children from a burning building and helping police nab two suspects.
    “We would like to recognize two of these residents as our hometown heroes for their heroic actions,” the deputy police chief during the Rancho Cordova City Council meeting Monday night.
    He’s referring to the incident that happened earlier this month and the terrifying scene was all caught on camera. A driver, speeding away from police duri
  • Tainted Water Warnings Greet Grant High Students On First Day Of School

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The first day of school for students at a Sacramento high school came with a warning—don’t drink the water.Drinking fountains and faucets all around Grant Union High School have been shut off after elevated levels of lead and copper were found in three sinks in July.School officials wouldn’t comment on the water distribution or on the matter at all. The school released a statement three days ago revealing the problem.Students say they were provided wi
  • Stockton Preparing Rollout Of Universal Basic Income Plan

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — An innovative plan to tackle income inequality will be a reality in Stockton as a plan to provide certain families with $500 is just months from beginning.
    The universal basic income project known as the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration will start in November. Notices will go out to families with a median annual income of $46,000 or less to let residents know they qualify for the program.
    “We will randomly select our first 100 recipients to receive the b
  • Missing Hiker’s Body Found In Yosemite National Park

    YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) – Authorities say the body of a hiker missing since last month has been found in Yosemite National Park.
    National Park Service officials announced Monday that the remains of 48-year-old Scott Tenczar, a native of San Jose, were found Saturday in a northeastern area of the park.
    RELATED: Yosemite National Park Adopts 2 Wild Mustangs Trained By Inmates
    The cause of his death remains under investigation.
    Tenczar, who was described as an experienced bac
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  • Big Tip A Welcome Surprise For Roseville Server

    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — It was a blessing in disguise for a Roseville server who was surprised with a big tip.
    David Fabila was serving tables at the House of Oliver wine bar when one of his guests surprised him with a nearly $200 tip.
    It was a jam-packed Friday night for Fabila.
    “I was telling my coworkers that tonight is not my night I’m not having a good night, I just came from my other job, I’m exhausted,” he said.
    RELATED: Restaurant Says Server Faked ‘W
  • Deadly Lodi Shooting May Have Stemmed From Game With Fake Weapons

    LODI (CBS13) — A game involving fake weapons may have lead to a deadly shooting in a Lodi parking lot that claimed the life of a teen.
    Police in Lodi are investigating the shooting death of Trever Seabourne, 19, in the parking lot of a fast-food restaurant. Investigators say the shooting stemmed from a fight, but they don’t know what exactly led to the deadly confrontation.
    RELATED: One Year Later, Lodi Family Looking For Answers In Fatal Hit-And-Run
    “From what we understa
  • Sacramento Man Linked To Iraqi ISIS Murder Denied Bail

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man arrested in Sacramento on suspicion of an Iraqi murder linked to the Islamic State faced a judge at an extradition hearing on Monday.
    CBS13 cameras were not allowed in the courtroom for 45-year-old Omar Ameen‘s court appearance on Monday.
    READ THE COMPLAINT: Omar Abdulsattar Ameen criminal complaint
    The government of Iraq charged Ameen with premeditated murder that happened during an ISIS takeover of the Rawah District of the Al-Anbar Province. Th
  • Trans-Siberian Orchestra Playing Two Shows In Sacramento In November

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Trans-Siberian Orchestra announced its 2018 Winter Tour and it is playing at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento November 30.
    TSO will play 2 shows that day- the first at 3 pm and the second at 7:30 pm.
    Fans can register on the Trans-Siberian orchestra website for a presale that starts September 5 at 10 am. Registration is open now and must happen before 10 pm on August 31.
    Tickets go on sale to the general public on September 14 at 10 am.
    This year’s show is called &l
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  • Once-Dilapidated Tower Records Mural Coming Back To Life

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The restoration of the former Downtown Sacramento Tower Records mural is set to be unveiled on Monday.
    Plans to restore the dilapidated piece of artwork at K and 8 streets have been in the works for years.
    With Solomon’s Deli set to open at the former Tower Records location, the time was right to start.
    “This is something I’ve been inspired by since I was a kid in my own artistic journey, so I really feel honored about bringing it back to life,”
  • Travis Scott To Play At Golden 1 Center In December

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Rapper Travis Scott is coming to Sacramento for a new tour.
    The multiplatinum artist announced his new “ASTROWORLD: WISH YOU WERE HERE” tour on Monday. Scott is scheduled to swing by the Golden 1 Center on Dec. 15.
    .@trvisXX brings the ASTROWORLD: WISH YOU WERE HERE TOUR, Dec. 15Tickets on sale Friday, Aug. 24 at 10 am! pic.twitter.com/ZalHuTiOCE
    — Golden 1 Center (@Golden1Center) August 20, 2018Trippie Redd, Gunna and Sheck Wes are slated as supporti
  • Stockton Arena Menu Gets Local Upgrade For Upcoming AHL, NBA G League Seasons

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – The food is about to get a lot more local at the Stockton Arena. The Stockton Heat announced a number of upgrades and changes ahead of the upcoming AHL and Stockton Kings G League Seasons.
    Both Burgess Brothers BBQ and Bella Vista will open stands on the concourse near the South Entry of the Stockton Arena. Bella Vista used to serve salads, steak-tips, lasagna, and chicken wraps in the Fan Deck, which is located on the second floor.
    The Fan Deck opened last season and fe
  • Boy With Muscular Dystrophy Gets Custom Star Wars-Inspired Wheelchair At StocktonCon

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – It was a dream come true for a Stockton boy with a love for Star Wars.
    Xavier Valero was turned into his favorite villain Darth Vader, during StocktonCon on Sunday.
    The 12-year-old has muscular dystrophy and uses a wheelchair.
    Police officer Cory Hunt and a team of about 15 volunteers from the Magic Wheelchair organization assembled Vader’s Tiefighter to go around his chair.It stretches more than six-feet long and five-feet wide.
    “This project is something th
  • Sacramento Cracker Barrel Is, Finally, Opening Its Doors

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Sacramento is giving a warm welcome to the region’s newest – and only, at the moment – Cracker Barrel location.
    The Tennessee-based restaurant chain set up shop at 1000 Howe Avenue. It finally opened its doors at 6 a.m. Monday after construction delays pushed back its original mid-June opening date.One man apparently waited 18 hours for the Sacramento Cracker Barrel to open. Expect a line and a significant wait Monday morning.
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  • First Cracker Barrel Restaurant In Northern California Opens Its Doors In Sacramento

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Sacramento is giving a warm welcome to the region’s newest – and only, at the moment – Cracker Barrel location.
    The Tennessee-based restaurant chain set up shop at 1000 Howe Avenue. It finally opened its doors at 6 a.m. Monday after construction delays pushed back its original mid-June opening date.One man apparently waited 18 hours for the Sacramento Cracker Barrel to open. Expect a line and a significant wait Monday morning.
    Sacramento’s Crack
  • Delta College Student Who Stopped Bus Hijacking Talks About Incident

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It was Friday afternoon, on the campus of Sac State, and according to officers the brazen suspect, in this case, 33-year-old Aaron Avitan had just stolen a CHP patrol car and blocked the path of a shuttle bus full of students from Delta College.
    18-year-old Rajan Nathaniel was on that bus and knew something was wrong when the man kicked off the bus driver and got behind the wheel.
    RELATED: Police: Man Steals CHP Vehicle, Carjacks Student Shuttle At Sacramento Stat
  • Delta College Student Speaks Out After Taking Down Bus Hijacker

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It was Friday afternoon, on the campus of Sac State, and according to officers the brazen suspect, in this case, 33-year-old Aaron Avitan had just stolen a CHP patrol car and blocked the path of a shuttle bus full of students from Delta College.
    18-year-old Rajan Nathaniel was on that bus and knew something was wrong when the man kicked off the bus driver and got behind the wheel.
    RELATED: Police: Man Steals CHP Vehicle, Carjacks Student Shuttle At Sacramento Stat
  • After 36 Days, 96,901 Acres, And 2 Deaths – The Ferguson Fire Is Fully Contained

    YOSEMITE (CBS13) — After 36 days, the deadly Ferguson fire is fully contained.The fire burned 96,901 acres near Yosemite and claimed the lives of two firefighters, Heavy Fire Equipment Operator Braden Varney and Captain Brian Hughes.
    While the fire is completely contained, officials said firefighters will continue to patrol, mop-up and repair firelines.
    ALSO: Manteca Community Holds Peace Rally, Call On Local Officials To Protect Sikhs
    Resources continue to assess and remove hazard tr
  • Manteca Community Holds Peace Rally, Calls On Local Officials To Protect Sikhs

    MANTECA (CBS13) — The community held a peace walk in Manteca to honor the Sikh man who was attacked by two teenagers earlier this month.
    On Sunday, hundreds of people gathered for a peace rally at the park in Manteca where one of the incidents took place.
    (source: Satnam Singh)
    The attacks have rattled the community, and many are now calling on city leaders to get involved and protect the Sikh community.
    READ: Dutch Bros. Coffee Holds Fundraiser For Fallen CHP Officer Kirk Griess
    In t
  • Manteca Community Holds Peace Rally, Call On Local Officials To Protect Sikhs

    MANTECA (CBS13) — The community held a peace walk in Manteca to honor the Sikh man who was attacked by two teenagers earlier this month.
    Sunday, hundreds of people gathered at the park in Manteca where one of the incidents took place for a peace rally.
    (source: Satnam Singh)
    The attacks have rattled the community, and many are now calling on city leaders to get involved and protect the Sikh community.
    READ: Dutch Bros. Coffee Holds Fundraiser For Fallen CHP Officer Kirk Griess
    In the
  • Dutch Bros. Coffee Holds Fundraiser For Fallen CHP Officer Kirk Griess

    FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — A fundraiser will be held for fallen CHP officer Kirk Griess at Napa, Fairfield, and Vacaville Dutch Bros. Coffee locations Monday.
    Griess and Jaime Bueza Manuel were killed earlier this month after the driver up a pickup truck struck them on interstate 80 in Fairfield.
    ALSO: 15-Year-Old Spencer Carmen Mendez Killed In Ceres Officer Involved Shooting
    Dutch Bros said one dollar from every drink will be donated to Griess’ family.
    David Rowe works at Dutch Bros.
  • 51-Year-Old Man Arrested For Trying To Have Sex With 15-Year-Old Girl

    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — 51-year-old Timothy Zellner was arrested for attempting to meet up and have sex with a 15-year-old girl.According to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office, Zellner set up a meeting to have sex with a girl he believed to be 15-years-old after months of conversing and sending nude photographs.
    READ: 15-Year-Old Spencer Carmen Mendez Killed In Ceres Officer Involved Shooting
    Police said Zellner drove to Auburn and waited in his car to pick up the girl. He all
  • 15-Year-Old Spencer Carmen Mendez Killed In Ceres Officer Involved Shooting

    DENAIR (CBS13) — 15-year-old Spencer Carmen Mendez is dead after pulling out a gun at a park and leading police on a chase through Stanislaus County.
    The pursuit ended in a rural area near the town of Hughson and Denair, and police confirmed that it was a Ceres police officer that fired the shots that killed Mendez. 
    According to the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department, it was around 3p.m.  Saturday afternoon in Ceres, when a man inside a car pulled out a gun near the sk
  • Redding Firefighter’s Stolen Backpack Returned, Two Arrests Made

    CHICO (CBS13) — A firefighter has been returned some of his stolen possessions after they were taken from his fire truck on a break from fighting the Carr Fire in Shasta County.According to Chico police, a City of Redding Firefighter, whose name was not released, had his fire vehicle burglarized after going home for a rest from the fire.Officials said a personal backpack containing more than $5,000 worth of personal property, including a personal laptop and hard drive containing family pho
  • Bay Area Cop Makes Darth Vader Wheelchair Costume For 12-Year-Old

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — At Comic-Con this weekend in Stockton a dream came true for a local boy with a love for Star Wars.He was surprised with an elaborate costume for his wheelchair and was transformed into his favorite character, Darth Vader.It was the moment 12-year-old Xavier Valero had been waiting for… joining the Dark Side.
    (source: Dan Parsons & Lee Koshe)
    Valero has muscular dystrophy and is wheelchair-bound.“Oh, he’s a big fan, yeah,” said Erica Espino, X
  • Two Males, Leonardo Alcantara and Andres Valdivia, Arrested For Shooting 19-Year-Old

    LODI (CBS13) — Police have made arrested 20-year-old Leonardo Alcantara and 19-year-old Andres Valdivia in a Saturday night shooting in the In-N-Out Burger parking lot on Kettleman Lane.
    According to police, officers responded to reports of a shooting just before midnight Saturday and found a 19-year-old male gunshot victim in the parking lot. Police said the victim was transported to a local hospital where he later died.
    Leonadro Alcantara, left, Andres Valdivia, right. (source: Lodi Poli
  • One Dead, Four Detained In Ceres Officer Involved Shooting

    DENAIR (CBS13) — A suspect is dead after pulling out a gun at a park and leading police on a chase through Stanislaus County.
    The pursuit ended in a rural area near the town of Hughson and Denair, and police confirmed that it was a Ceres police officer that fired the shots that killed the suspect. 
    According to the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department, it was around 3 Saturday afternoon in Ceres, when a man inside a car pulled out a gun near the skate area in Smyrna Park.Someo
  • Lodi Man Salomon Rodriguez Hit And Killed By School Bus

    LODI (CBS13) — The family of Lodi man Salomon Rodriguez is mourning his passing tonight after he was struck by a school bus when riding his bike to work.Rodriguez, 30, was hit by the bus as it was making a turn at Kettleman Lane and School Street Friday afternoon.
    (Salomon (Left) source: Rodriguez Family)
    According to Stockton police, Rodriguez was struck by the school bus in the left turn lane of Kettleman Lane. After emergency personnel arrived on the scene, he was transported to San Joa
  • Caltrans: Rio Vista Bridge Repairs Could Take At Least A Month

    RIO VISTA (CBS13) — A malfunction with the Rio Vista bridge has been a headache for both drivers and ships, looking to pass through.At the Port of Sacramento, a ship carrying cement will finally get to pass under the bridge Saturday. The ship came from China but was left sitting as Caltrans worked to manually lift the bridge 30 miles away.Caltrans says a plan is finally in place to manually raise the Rio Vista bridge and allow stranded ships to pass through. Using a wrench and counterweigh
  • ‘Walk For Wishes’ Raises Money For Critically Ill Children Downtown

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The “Walk For Wishes” event was held Saturday morning, to help the dreams of children with critical illness come true.It was a chance to be a hero to a hero at the Walk for Wishes at the State Capitol.
    The Make a Wish Foundation was celebrating and raising money for children with critical illnesses with a one-mile walk fundraiser.Last year make a wish granted more than 1,500 wishes across the country wishes are real medicine.
    READ: Lawyers Will Seek To
  • SWAT Team And Local Dentists Help Brighten Smiles To Families In Need — For Free

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Saturday at the dentist may not be how most kids want to spend their weekend, but for a group of kids in Sacramento, it was all smiles.It was a monumental afternoon for local families in need, thanks to the Sacramento Police Department’s SWAT Team, Park Place Dental Group, and My Kids Dentists and Orthodontics.The groups collaborated for Smile Generation Serve Day and provided services and treatment for individuals at a local family shelter.
    READ: Kaiser R
  • Rising Temperatures Affect Firefighters While Battling Vegetation Fire

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — One Sacramento firefighter was transported to the hospital Saturday due to heat exhaustion while fighting a two-acre fire off of Highway 160.
    According to Sacramento City Fire, the vegetation fire broke out at 1:26 p.m. Saturday at Lower American Parkway by Highway 160 and Northgate Boulevard.
    Firefighters said the fire was near a trail which restricted access for firetrucks, so firefighters had to run a long hose out to put out the flames. Additionally, Metro Fire ass
  • Children Go Back In Time To Get Hands On S.T.E.A.M. Experience At Sutter’s Fort

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Students got a hands-on historic experience at Sutter’s Fort Saturday, learning how early Californian’s used S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) principles.
    This was the first S.T.E.A.M. event held at the State Historic Park as part of the “Hands on History” series of activities that happen on the third Saturday of each month.
    Visitors were encouraged to think, create, and innovate in a simple machine scavenger hint wher
  • Fake Deputy With Loaded Gun Arrested At Sacramento International Airport

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Folsom man is behind bars after Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department says he impersonated a deputy.
    He was spotted at Sacramento International Airport on Wednesday wearing a sheriff’s deputy uniform with a loaded gun.
    “This is extremely unique, something we don’t encounter very often,” said Sgt. Shaun Hampton, with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department.
    The bizarre encounter started with a call to the sheriff’s departm
  • Purse Snatchers Thwarted By Alert Good Samaritans In Fair Oaks

    FAIR OAKS (CBS13) — A purse snatcher preying on an elderly shopper in Fair Oaks was thwarted by good Samaritans stepping in.
    It happened at the Safeway Shopping Center on Dewey Drive. As she was loading a bag of groceries into her car, 75-year-old Margee Bache didn’t notice a thief was standing right behind her, ready to strike.
    “I felt all of a sudden this pull,” said Bache, “and he pulled and he bent my arm back to grab and I’m going ‘No, no you can&rs
  • Week 0 High School Football Round Up: Monte Vista, Inderkum Open Season With Wins

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) —  The high school football season is underway and opening night in the central valley did not disappoint.
    DE LA SALLE 14, FOLSOM 0
    CONCORD — It was billed as quite possibly the best matchup of the entire season. The defending champion Folsom Bulldogs hoped to lay claim to all of Northern California over perennial powerhouse De La Salle. But, they fell short.
    The teams were in a battle of conditioning as both held each other off through the first half. In
  • Dispatch Audio Captures Moments After California Highway Patrol Car Stolen

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A 34-year-old Vallejo man is facing a long list of felony charges after stealing a California Highway Patrol car, then carjacking a college shuttle bus on the Sacramento State campus.
    CBS13 has obtained police dispatch recordings from the CHP officer assigned the stolen squad car, the moment he watched it drive down Highway 50.“One of the suspects just took off in my vehicle,” he said.The CHP has identified the suspect as Aaron Avitan. After stealing the sq
  • Memories Lost – Suitcase Full Of Family Photos Found At Estate Sale

    ESCALON (CBS13) — An accidental discovery of a lifetime of memories, packed away in a suitcase and picked up at an estate sale. Now the search is on to find its rightful owner.
    That suitcase was filled with family photos and important documents from an Italian man who immigrated to San Joaquin County in the 1930s
    The show owners are hoping the items, names, and dates ring a bell for someone so they can end up in the right hands.
    READ: Brad Beaver Of Folsom Arrested For Impersonat
  • Fairfield Schools Short A Dozen Teachers As School Starts

    FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — Three days into the new school year and the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District is still short 12 teachers, including seven open positions for special education teachers.
    There are 2,500 special education students in the district, many with learning disabilities and limited motor skills.
    “It’s really more of a calling at some levels and not just a job,” said Robert A. Martinez, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources for the district.
    Martinez
  • Police: Man Steals CHP Vehicle, Carjacks Student Shuttle At Sacramento State

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A man stole a California Highway Patrol car before pulling over and carjacking a student shuttle at Sacramento State on Friday, the California Highway Patrol said.
    The incident started as a traffic stop on Highway 50 near Bradshaw Road. At some point, the CHP says the suspect took off in a marked patrol vehicle.
    #Breaking man arrested after allegedly stealing patrol car, pulling over shuttle bus at Sacramento State with college students on board. Suspect in back of CHP
  • 1 Dead In North Sacramento Shooting

    5 p.m. UPDATE: Sacramento Police say an Asian male was found dead in the road on Cookingham Way.
    No suspects have been identified.

    NORTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — One person is dead after a shooting on North Sacramento on Friday.
    The shooting happened around 3 p.m. on Friday afternoon on the 200 block of Cookingham Way.
    Sacramento Police have closed Cookingham Way entirely and have also closed Olmsted between Fairbanks and Barton Way.
    SPD officers investigating a fatal shooting in the 2
  • Dash Cam Video Shows Officer’s Car Striking Teen

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento Police released body camera and dash cam footage of a collision between a juvenile who was fleeing from officers and an officer’s patrol vehicle.
    Investigators say the collision was the result of the officer losing control of the vehicle during the pursuit and turning less sharply than intended.
    RELATED: Police Accused Of Ramming Teen With Vehicle In Del Paso Heights, Prompting Outcry
    Police say the 16-year-old was riding his bike along Rio Linda
  • Brad Beaver Of Folsom Arrested For Impersonating Sheriff’s Deputy

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A Folsom man has been arrested on suspicion of impersonating a Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy.
    On Wednesday at 8:05 p.m., deputies were called to Terminal A of the Sacramento International Airport on reports of an unoccupied vehicle — possibly belonging to law enforcement — parked in a loading zone.
    Beaver’s vehicle was found parked in a loading zone.
    The vehicle had working forward-facing lights.
    But that turned out not to be the case, acco
  • All Water Fountains Shut Off At Grant High After Elevated Copper, Lead Test

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – All drinking fountains have been turned off at Grant Union High School after a routine test found elevated levels of lead and copper.
    The Twin Rivers Unified School District says routine sampling of the school’s water was done in late July. The testing revealed elevated levels of lead and copper in three hand sinks, officials say.
    In response to the test, all drinking fountains at the school have been turned off until the problem is fixed. Faucets in school&rsquo
  • All Water Fountains Shut At Grant High After Elevated Copper, Lead Test

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – All drinking fountains have been turned off at Grant Union High School after a routine test found elevated levels of lead and copper.
    The Twin Rivers Unified School District says routine sampling of the school’s water was done in late July. The testing revealed elevated levels of lead and copper in three hand sinks, officials say.
    In response to the test, all drinking fountains at the school have been turned off until the problem is fixed. Faucets in school&rsquo
  • Suspect Steals CHP Patrol Car, Drives To Sac State And Tries To Steal Bus Before Being Arrested

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Authorities say a suspect stole a marked California Highway Patrol car and then a bus near Sacramento State before being arrested early Friday afternoon.
    The incident started as a traffic stop on Highway 50 near Bradshaw Road. CHP says, at some point during the stop, a suspect took off in a marked patrol vehicle.
    #Breaking man arrested after allegedly stealing patrol car, pulling over shuttle bus at Sacramento State with college students on board. Suspect in back of CH
  • Developing: Police Activity Blocking J Street Entrance To Sac State

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Officers are asking people to stay out of the area of the J Street entrance of Sacramento State due to police activity.
    Exactly what happened has not been detailed, but Sacramento State Police are at the scene along with other agencies.
    The north entrance to the school is closed due to the police activity.
    More information to come.

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