• Parents Visit Alameda Creek Where Tracy Teen Is Trapped In Car

    FREMONT, Calif. (AP) – A distraught mother clutched her head, and family members wept as they stared into the surging waters where an 18-year-old woman’s car is believed to be trapped with her still inside of it.
    The young woman has been missing since Saturday, when authorities say she lost control during a rainstorm and hit another car before plunging into Alameda Creek.
    Rushing, deep water has prevented rescuers from entering the muddy creek, which was exceptionally high after this
  • Men Trapped In Sierra Avalanche Pass Time With Selfies Waiting For Rescue

    ALPINE MEADOWS (CBS13) — A dramatic rescue in the Sierra after an avalanche almost swallows two best friends in their car.
    It happened early Monday morning along northbound Highway 89 near Alpine Meadows. The two men are OK, and they are crediting their survival to their boy scout training.
    “We slid and hit the snow, then we heard whooshing noise and everything went white, the whole car was surrounded,” said 27-year old Neale Shutler, one of the survivors.
    Safe and unharmed, Sh
  • Travis Firefighters Train For Stair Climb To Fight Leukemia

    Local firefighters are climbing thousands of steps to help find a cure for blood cancer.
    Firefighting crews from Travis Air Force Base are training for the big stair climb in Seattle at Columbia Tower, the second-tallest building west of the Mississippi.Almost 2,000 firefighters from 200 fire department across the country will be participating. They’ll be climbing 69 stairs in full firefighting gear.“The event itself is sponsored by the Leukemia Lymphoma Society, where all of the fun
  • Storms Dump 23 Feet Of Snow On Tahoe Resorts In First Weeks Of 2017

    LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) — Another nearly 3 feet of new snow fell on Sierra Nevada ski resorts in a 24-hour period, and the city of Reno recorded one of its snowiest days in at least 80 years as the latest in a series of winter storms made its way through the region.
    The National Weather Service said the 7.6 inches of snow recorded at Reno-Tahoe International Airport Monday morning was the 17th largest 24-hour snowfall since it started keeping records in 1937.
    More than 23 feet of snow has falle
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  • ‘Caught In A Slide’: Men Post Selfie Inside Car Buried By Avalanche

    TAHOE CITY (CBS13) – Two cars were caught in the path of an avalanche on Highway 89 overnight.
    California Highway Patrol shared a picture of two men who got caught in an avalanche around 3 a.m.Despite the dangerous circumstances, the two appeared to be upbeat.
    “Caught in a slide,” read the nonchalant caption that accompanied David Ortiz’ photo.
    CHP tells us that everyone made it out safely.
    Snow is covering the highway between Alpine Meadows and Tahoe City.
    The slide is 2
  • ‘Caught In A Slide’: Men Post Selfie After Car Gets Buried In Avalanche

    TAHOE CITY (CBS13) – Two cars were caught in the path of an avalanche on Highway 89 overnight.
    California Highway Patrol shared a picture of two men who got caught in an avalanche around 3 a.m.Despite the dangerous circumstances, the two appeared to be upbeat.
    “Caught in a slide,” read the nonchalant caption that accompanied David Ortiz’ photo.
    CHP tells us that everyone made it out safely.
    Snow is covering the highway between Alpine Meadows and Tahoe City.
    The slide is 2
  • CHP Investigating Deadly Accident Off Capital City Freeway

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Authorities are investigating after a person was found dead in a car near Cal Expo on Business 80.CHP confirms A call for a bumper in the roadway turns out to be a person found dead in a car along business 80 pic.twitter.com/tNgKnYKAtS
    — Sean Bennett (@tvseanb) January 23, 2017
    California Highway Patrol says they were called to the scene Monday morning to investigate a bumper in the roadway.
    Up-To-The-Minute Traffic Conditions Around The Region
    The officer who re
  • Tracy Woman, 18, Crashes Into Rain-Swollen Alameda County Creek

    FREMONT (AP) – The search for a missing 18-year-old woman whose car plunged into a rushing creek southeast of San Francisco is set to resume.
    KNTV reports the woman’s vehicle collided with another car and went off the roadway and into Alameda Creek near the city of Fremont on Saturday.
    The woman’s name was not released, but she is reportedly from Tracy.
    Alameda County Sheriff’s spokesman Sgt. Ray Kelly says the massive weekend storms hampered recovery efforts.
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  • VIDEO: Here’s Why I-80 In The Sierra Was Closed On Sunday

    DONNER SUMMIT (CBS13) – The video posted by Caltrans says it all.
    Another storm with blizzard conditions hit the Sierra over the weekend. As can be seen in this video posted by Caltrans, conditions near Donner Summit were so bad that it was literally snowing sideways.I-80 is currently closed due to heavy snow and zero visibility.
    No ETO . pic.twitter.com/l3goqKbwcI
    — Caltrans District 3 (@CaltransDist3) January 23, 2017
    The blizzard forced Caltrans to close Interstate 80 until early
  • As Snow Piles On, Caltrans Fells Concerning Trees

    TRUCKEE (CBS13) – Caltrans is concerned about the impact of heavy snow on trees in the Sierra.
    Crews took advantage of some dry days last week to chop down some possibly dangerous trees.
    The concern comes after previous heavy snow toppled twenty trees on Highway 89, killing one person and hitting three cars.
    “Every time I drive down, I am looking at trees that might be threatening,” said Charlie Harrington with Caltrans.
    After years of drought, some trees are dead on the inside
  • Suspect Placed Bacon On Door, Shattered Windows At Davis Islamic Center

    DAVIS (CBS13) — The Davis Police Department is investigating vandalism of the Davis Islamic Center as a hate crime.
    Officers responded Sunday morning to the religious center and found that a suspect had shattered six window panes on the outside of the building and placed strips of bacon on an exterior door handle.
    The suspect placed bacon on the door handle of the mosque. (Credit: CAIR)
    Two bicycles parked on the property had also been destroyed, police say.
    “She started at the main
  • Avalanche Threat High In The Sierra

    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) – Michelle Greer may not make it home to Truckee this Sunday night.
    “I got a lot of groceries in the car. I wish I could just get home,” she said with a laugh. “I don’t know when I can get home.”
    It may be a long night for folks like Greer, but there is some good news: the Sierra wasn’t hit with the big monster storm they were expecting this weekend. The concern now is the threat of avalanches for people headed to the Sierra or Lake
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  • Sierra Nevada Brewery ssues 36-State Recall Of Select Beers

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. has announced a recall of certain 12-ounce bottles of its pale ales, IPA’s and other beers after detecting a packaging flaw that could cause a piece of glass to break off into the bottle.
    In a statement Sunday, it said the recall applies to eight different types of its craft beers purchased in 36 states across the Midwest, the South and East Coast of the United States.
    The recalled beers were packaged between Dec. 5, 2016, and Jan. 13,
  • Sierra Nevada Brewery Issues 36-State Recall Of Select Beers

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. has announced a recall of certain 12-ounce bottles of its pale ales, IPA’s and other beers after detecting a packaging flaw that could cause a piece of glass to break off into the bottle.
    In a statement Sunday, it said the recall applies to eight different types of its craft beers purchased in 36 states across the Midwest, the South and East Coast of the United States.
    The recalled beers were packaged between Dec. 5, 2016, and Jan. 13,
  • Storms Knock Out Power For Thousands In Northern California

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Thousands of Northern Californians woke up without power on Sunday morning after overnight winds caused trees to fall and knock over power lines in many areas.  At 6:30 AM SMUD’s outage website showed 47 different outages with over 15,000 customers without power.At 6:30 a.m. 15,032 customers w/o power due to 47 separate outages.
    — SMUD (@SMUDUpdates) January 22, 2017
    PG&E’s outage website also showed outages in Yolo, Placer, Nevada, San
  • Sacramento Sheriffs Deparment Recovers Car, Body From River

    SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) — The Sacramento Sheriff’s Department has successfully recovered the vehicle of 48-year-old Nichele Johnson from the Sacramento River. A dive team located one victim still inside the vehicle.
    The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office will confirm the identity of the victim after notification of next kin.
    On Sunday, January 15th Nichele Johnson was driving her vehicle on Highway 160 in South Sacramento County, when her vehicle left the roadw
  • Thousands Of Protesters Gather In Sacramento For Women’s March

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Thousands took to the streets for the Women’s March on Sacramento this morning in an effort to get the attention of their government leaders.
    While women’s rights and human rights were at the forefront, folks who showed up touched on many issues.
    The crowds were large and loud at Southside Park.“Honestly, this is a rally, a peaceful march and rally,” said Tracie Stafford, an activist and an emcee of the march.Rachel from Davis shares why she's m
  • Placer County OES Warns Of Avalanche Danger In Alpine Meadows

    ALPINE MEADOWS (CBS13) — The Placer County Office Of Emergency Services has deemed several roadways in the area of Alpine Meadows at high risk of avalanche danger.
    The office attributes conditions to recent snowstorms and characterize the risk as “extreme.” Residents can find list of things locals can do to prepare below.
    Sign up atPLACER-ALERT.orgfor notifications. This system enables Placer County to quickly provide you with critical information in a variety of situations, su
  • Alleged Serial Tire Slasher Shot To Death By Neighbor In Manteca

    MANTECA (CBS13) – An alleged serial tire slasher was shot and killed by a neighbor who claims it was in self-defense.
    The incident occurred on Sun Haven Place early Friday morning.
    Two emergency calls were made. The first call for vandalism and the second just 15 minutes later for shots fired.
    “He could’ve just stopped, turned around, and walked home,” Jody Lawhon said as he watched from his balcony.
    He believes his neighbor went on a rampage, slashed tires, smashed windo
  • Whiteout Conditions Expected In Sierra As Next Storm Rolls Through

    LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) — The National Weather Service has issued a winter  weather warning for the Greater Lake Tahoe Area. It’s in effect from now until early Monday morning.
    They are warning residents of three to six feet of snow and winds reaching over 100 miles per hour in some parts. The worst is expected late Saturday with possible whiteout conditions.
    The county is also urging residents to be prepared for possible power outages and chances of getting snowed in.
    Works crews ar
  • California Rain Welcome, But Not Enough To Keep Up With Groundwater Demand

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — State and local agencies have different views when it comes to the drought in California. On a local scale, heavy rains are making an immediate impact, but across the state groundwater is being pumped faster than it can be replenished.
    Robert Swartz with the Sacramento Groundwater Authority walked through the bushes behind a giant water tank at the dead end of Northrop Ave.
    He lifted the metal cap on the well monitor and lowered the measuring tape into the earth.
  • Award-Winning Natomas Science Teacher Accused Of Taking Lewd Student Photos

    NATOMAS (CBS13) — A longtime, distinguished science teacher at a Natomas grade school has been arrested, and is accused of taking inappropriate pictures of his students.
    Scott MacMillan, known as Mr. Mac to his students, was featured on Good Day Sacramento when he received the nation’s highest honor for science teachers.
    Two months later, parents say the 44-year-old science teacher may have hit his lowest point after being charged with taking inappropriate pictures or videos of femal
  • Protesters Take To The Streets Of Downtown Sacramento

    4:07 p.m. UPDATE: The California Highway Patrol has reopened the onramp as the protests move into the heard of Downtown Sacramento.
    Police closed a portion of I Street in Downtown Sacramento as protesters gathered in front of the Main Jail.
    Fearing protesters might head toward the freeway, police have also closed the following roads.
    Interstate 5 onramp from I Street
    Ramp to West Sacramento/Jibboom from I Street
    Entrance to Old Sacramento from I Street
  • Manteca Police Investigating After Man Found Shot In Neighborhood

    MANTECA (CBS13) – Detectives are investigating a shooting that left a man dead in Manteca early Friday morning.
    The scene is on Sun Haven Place. Manteca police say they originally got a call a little before 3 a.m. about vandalism in the area. People reported tires had been slashed.
    Then, just a few minutes later, police got a 911 call about a person who had been shot multiple times in the same area.
    Authorities responded to the scene and found the shooting victim. That person was taken to
  • Natomas Teacher Arrested, Accused Of Taking Inappropriate Photos Of Student In Classroom

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A Natomas-area teacher has been arrested on accusations of sexual misconduct.
    The Sacramento Police Department says they’ve been investigating 44-year-old Scott MacMillan, a teacher at Heron School, since December after an accusation was made that he was using his cellphone to take inappropriate pictures of a student.
    Detectives believe MacMillan took pictures of a girl from underneath a table in the classroom.
    Searching through MacMillan’s phone, detective
  • Sierra Could See More Blizzard Conditions Over Weekend

    DONNER SUMMIT (CBS13) – A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for the Sierra through the weekend as the high country braces for more intense weather.
    Some areas could even see blizzard conditions, forecasters say.
    The warning is in effect until 4 a.m. Monday. Expect snow for all areas of the Sierra from Friday into Saturday morning.
    After a short break, the strongest of the storms is expected to arrive Saturday night and continue into Monday morning. About 3 to 6 feet of snow could fall abov
  • Wasted Opportunity? Farmers Frustrated As Water From Recent Rains Released

    NIMBUS (CBS13) – It’s a powerful picture: All the gates up at the Nimbus Dam, sending stored water gushing downstream.
    The released water won’t be part of California’s drought solution.
    “A wasted opportunity,” California Farm Bureau President Paul Wenger said.
    Wenger says with climatologists predicting longer drought periods in Califronia, more reservoirs should be built to store more storm water when we do get it.
    “We saw all the signs during the d
  • Wind Advisory In Effect, Gusts Up To 50 MPH Expected

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A wind advisory is in effect for the region as another gusty storm rolls through Northern California.
    The advisory is in effect until 1 p.m. Friday. Expect sustained southerly winds greater than 30 mph, and gusts up to 50 mph.
    Officials warn that winds this strong can make driving difficult, especially for high-profile vehicles. Drivers are advised to use extra caution if venturing out during the storm.
    Forecasters predict the wind and heavy rain will peak in the
  • CBC Chairman Rebukes Republicans for Scheduling Blacks on Last Sessions’ Panel

    Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) speaks at an event in Washington, D.C. (Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia Commons)
    (NNPA) – Seven African Americans testified on the last panel of a two-day hearing about Senator Jeff Sessions’ bid to become the next Attorney General of the United States.
    They included civil rights legend Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.), Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Chairman Cedric Richmond (D-La.).
    It was clear that the last panel was the least importan
  • High School Artwork Pits Republicans Against CBC on Capitol Hill

    CBC members hang student’s artwork after it was removed by a Republican congressman. (Lauren Burke/NNPA)
    (NNPA) – “We may just have to kick somebody’s ass,” new Congressional Black Caucus Chairman Cedric Richmond (D-La.) told a reporter on January 10, over the repeated removal of a painting that won the annual High School Congressional Art Contest.
    The CBC Chair likely was exasperated with several Republican members of Congress, who spent part of the day removing a
  • Sacramento Power Outages Peaked Beyond 140,000 During Storm

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento Municipal Utilities District says over 140,000 residents in the Sacramento Valley were without power at some point over the past 24 hours due to Wednesday’s storm.
    Crews have been working around-the-clock to restore power. But hundreds are still stuck in the dark.
    “I have a brand new roof and thought, well that’s that,” said Carl DiStefano. He says he is lucky thay crews are just working to remove trees and not to rebuild his roof
  • Homeless Man’s Death On Steps Of City Hall Prompts Calls For Action

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Homelessness has been a problem in the capital city for years. Now, local leaders are coming together local leaders are coming together help make sure officers are ready to deal with people living on the street.
    “I think it’s the job of everybody together to make sure that the homeless population are safe and secure,” said Sister Jeanne Felion with Stanford Settlement.
    Winter weather across the region has forced the homeless to seek dry ground whereve
  • Sacramento Storm Cleanup Keeps Businesses Busy

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Round 1 of three storms delivered a knockout blow to some trees and fences, leaving property owners scrambling to repair things before the next round rolls in on Thursday night.
    Ace Hardware in Midtown Sacramento has set up an area with the tools and supplies people need the most as homeowners try to prepare for the next round. It could be something as simple as a roof patch that can be applied even in wet conditions.
    A tree crashed down into an Elk Grove hom
  • Sutter Middle School Teacher Retiring After Confederate Flag Controversy

    FOLSOM (CBS13) — A teacher who is at the center of a controversy around the Confederate flag in the classroom has opted to retire and will not be returning to the classroom.
    The Folsom Cordova Unified School District announced Sutter Middle School history teacher Woody Hart would not be returning at a meeting on Thursday night after he was placed on administrative leave over a complaint a Confederate flag was hanging in his classroom.Mr. Hart not returning to teach at Sutter Middle School
  • Couple Thankful To Be Alive After Winds Send Big Rig Hanging Off Bridge

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — High winds are being blamed for pushing around a truck and causing an accident on Wednesday night.
    Leticia Castro thanks God that she and her husband Jose survived a harrowing accident that sent them dangling over the side of the Yolo Bypass in a semi truck. There was a 20-foot drop between them and the water.
    They were traveling southbound on Interstate 5 just north of County Road 22 when the winds turned ferocious.
    “The truck started vibrating more and the
  • Body Found At Shingle Springs Home Of Student Who Brought Gun To School

    EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — A homicide victim was found at the home of a student who brought a gun to school on Thursday.
    Ponderosa High School officials found a student in possession of a loaded firearm and alerted the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office. The student was placed under arrest.
    No students were harmed at the school.
    Later in the day, investigators found a body in the Shingle Springs home where the student lives. Investigators have not identified the victim or th
  • African American Organizations to Honor Newly Appointed Executive Director of the California League of Cities

    (SACRAMENTO) – The newly appointed Executive Director of the League of California Cities will be honored by a number of statewide African American organizations Thursday evening in Sacramento.
    Carolyn Coleman, the first Black woman to serve in the role for the League of California Cities, will be honored at Cafeteria 15L in Downtown Sacramento from 5-6:30 p.m. tonight.
    Ms. Coleman has more than 25 years of experience as a leader and an advocate in the public and private sectors, including
  • Deputies: Ponderosa High Student Arrested After Bringing Loaded Gun To School

    SHINGLE SPRINGS (CBS13) – Authorities say a student has been arrested after allegedly bringing a loaded gun to school on Thursday.
    The arrest happened at Ponderosa High School. The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office says deputies were called to the school around 8 a.m. on a report of a student being detained for bringing a loaded firearm.
    At the school, deputies arrested the student. No details about the student have been released.
    Detectives are continuing to investigate the incident
  • Thieves Steal 190K Bees Destined For California’s Almond Trees

    GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — A Montana beekeeper says thieves got away with 488 bee hives he had taken to California to pollinate almond trees.
    Lloyd Cunniff tells the Great Falls Tribune  it appeared the thieves used semitrailers to steal about 190,000 bees sometime between Monday night and Tuesday morning in Yuba City, California. He said he was storing the bees on a fellow beekeeper’s property before moving them to Fresno, where he had a contract to pollinate almond trees.
  • 35 Travis AFB Airmen Return From Deployment In Iraq

    TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE (CBS13) – From the fog of war to a welcoming morning mist, 35 airmen from this seasoned contingency response wing at Travis Air Force Base came home to happy hearts.
    “I’m excited,” one airman said. “It’s been a long three months.”
    It was a critical three-month deployment to Iraq. The airmen played a key role in re-opening an airfield that had been taken over by the Islamic State in the battle for Mosul.
    However, the opening of the a
  • Missing South Lake Tahoe Man, 75, Found

    10 a.m. Update: Authorities say Daniel Trevis was found cold but safe on Park Avenue less than a mile from his home.
    South Lake Tahoe authorities thank everyone for their help.
    Previous story below:
    SOUTH LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) – The search is on for a missing man in South Lake Tahoe as the city experiences a severe snow storm.
    The City of South Lake Tahoe is asking for help in finding 75-year-old Daniel Trevis. Authorities consider him at risk because of the severe storm and because he suffer
  • Strong Winds Topple Trees, Power Outages Persist Due To Storm

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Storm-caused problems are continuing to persist in the region Thursday morning.
    Widespread power outages continue to plague the valley. As of 5 a.m., just over 13,000 SMUD customers are without power. The outages span from Citrus Heights to Thornton, and then from Rancho Murieta to North Natomas.Crews dealing with 229 outages affecting 13,100 customers. Work continues, daylight should help restoration efforts.
    — SMUD (@SMUDUpdates) January 19, 2017
    SMUD attribute
  • Roland Martin Challenges State’s Black Leaders in Passionate MLK Speech

    SACRAMENTO (CBM) – TV One commentator and host Roland Martin challenged African American legislators and other officials to aspire to the goals, dreams, and ideals of civil rights icon Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during a speech last week in Sacramento.
    Martin, a journalist, and the host of TV One’s NewsOne Now, asked attendees at the California Legislative Black Caucus’ (CLBC)’ annual breakfast ” Are We Satisfied? He said he was not satisfied where we are but
  • Sierra Nevada Homeowners Urged To Watch Propane Tanks In Snow

    SODA SPRINGS (CBS13) — Those living in the Sierra are being warned to keep an eye on their properties. With another set of storms due this week, homeowners are urged to protect their propane tanks and natural gas lines that may suffer from heavy snow loads.
    In Soda Springs, the community of Serene Lakes saw nearly a foot of snow on Wednesday.
    And with more snow on the way, many are doing what they can to take precautions.
    “It’s a lot of work,” said Tim Fitzpatrick.
  • Folsom Teacher On Leave After Confederate Flag Found Hanging In Classroom

    FOLSOM (CBS13) – Reports of a Confederate flag hanging inside a Sutter Middle classroom has some parents up in arms and a teacher put on paid leave.
    According to school officials this isn’t the first time the teacher has been brought up on racist allegations.
    Parents we spoke with want to know the context of the lesson and why the flag was ever hanging.
    “There are upsetting things that have happened in our past. I would hope that he would teach them in a sensitive manner so tha
  • Flu On The Rise In California With 9 Dead In 2017

    STANISLAUS COUNTY (CBS13) – California is one of 12 states reporting widespread flu activity. Last week, Stanislaus County saw its first flu death of 2017. And with nine deaths across the state so far, health officials are predicting this year to be one of the worst in 10 years.
    “It’s quite usual for influenza in Northern California to become prevalent after the Christmas vacation,” said Dr. Walker, Public Health Officer for Stanislaus County Health Services Agency. &ldqu
  • California Water Officials Warn To Wait Before Declaring End Of Drought

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Despite record-setting rain and snowfall, state regulators say they may continue their drought restrictions.
    The generous drenching to start 2017 could put California on track for the wettest year on record, but behind closed doors, the people in charge of the state’s water say the drought and conservation rules are here to stay.
    California has faced five years of drought, prompting emergency restrictions on water usage. After two wetter winters, some of the rest
  • Stormy Start To 2017 Brings More Water Hazards To Golf Courses

    SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) — Golf courses around the Sacramento region have had a rough start to the new year — the muddy ground brought business down, and it was worse for one golf course, which flooded.
    The Emerald Lakes Golf Course in Elk Grove closed on Wednesday, ahead of the storm. After nearly a week, employees of the golf course were able to walk on the course after it flooded.
    “This was the cusp of where the flooding ended, right here through the other side, we were und
  • High Winds Uproot Trees From Soaked Ground

    EL DORADO HILLS (CBS13) – A homeowner watched and ran as his pine tree uprooted among heavy winds.
    “This is crazy. Nothing like I’ve ever seen. Look at this, look at the ground,” Dave Stroncak said while looking in disbelief.
    Saturated roots and wicked winds took both this massive pine and even Dave by storm.
    “I tried to tie my tarp down because the wind was blowing so hard this way. So I’m tying this last one to the trailer here when I saw this whole ground l
  • Jacknifed Big Rig On Interstate 5 Jams Traffic In Davis Toward Interstate 80

    DAVIS (CBS13) — A jackknifed big rig caused a big traffic mess from Woodland to Davis and toward Sacramento.
    The big rig jacknifed on a bridge southbound Interstate 5 as high winds started gathering around 6 p.m. on Wednesday night. Vehicles were sent down Pole Line Road toward Interstate 80.
    The cab of the big rig was left hanging over the edge, but the passenger and driver were rescued.
    High winds and heavy rain added to the slowing traffic, leaving people waiting 20 to 30 minutes and tr

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