• Suspect Pulled From Sunroof, Detained After Pursuit

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Deputies have detained a male subject after a police chase that started in Rancho Cordova. The driver reportedly did not pull over during a traffic stop, prompting the pursuit.
    Officials say the chase started in Rancho Cordova at Mather Road, went up to Folsom and then back down the freeway. The suspect exited on Power Inn Road, where the chase ultimately ended on Industrial Parkway.
    No injuries were reported in the chase. Deputies have not said what prompted the
  • Sacramento Invited To Present To MLS, League Expanding To 30 Teams

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Major League Soccer just made two big announcements.
    The league has invited Sacramento and Saint Louis to make formal presentations to the MLS Expansion Committee regarding their bids.
    The league is also expanding to 30 teams, up from the previous target of 28.
    The league’s owners made those decisions at a meeting in Los Angeles on Thursday.
    ALSO: $252.2M Sacramento Railyards Stadium Deal Contingent On Being Awarded MLS Team
    The MLS says the presentations to
  • 29-Year-Old Alexander Ham Identified As Missing Person In Possible Drowning At Folsom Lake

    EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office has identified the missing person possibly in Folsom Lake as 29-year-old Alexander Ham. Officials believe Ham drowned on Sunday evening while riding personal watercraft with his friend at the lake.
    It is not believed that he was wearing a life vest or personal safety device at the time of the accident. Ham is now listed as a missing person.
    READ ALSO: Search On At Folsom Lake For Man, 29, Who Went Missing On Water
  • Search On For Subject With Warrant For Child Molestation

    MARYSVILLE (CBS13) — Police are searching for a 34-year-old Marysville man accused of molesting a female victim.
    (credit: Marysville Police Department)
    Officers said the female victim arrived at the police department Sunday to report she had been molested six to eight years ago. The victim reported there were multiple incidents that occurred over the course of time.
    Police are now searching for Adrian Angel, 34. The police department has an active felony $100,000 warrant for Angel.
    Officia
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  • Watch: West Sacramento Releases Goat Cam Video

    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The City of West Sacramento on Thursday released a video it’s calling #goatcam.
    The nearly two-minute video, shot by a camera attached to a goat, shows the animals eating near Tower Bridge.
    As promised, here is the #goatcam video of the #westsacgoats! @BridgeDistrict @TBDbarn pic.twitter.com/We7QddkqKm
    — West Sacramento (@cityofwestsac) April 18, 2019The goats are used widely across West Sacramento to clear brush.
    ALSO: WATCH: Dozens Of Goats Head
  • Men Suspected Of Breaking Into Caltrans Yard, Stealing Rebar Set For Bridge Project

    MODESTO (CBS13) – Authorities say they were able to catch the suspects who stole a bunch of rebar from a Caltrans yard due to their poor driving.
    The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department says some men recently broke into the yard, cut up some rebar, loaded up their van and took off.
    The suspects after being pulled over. (Credit: Stanislaus Sheriff)
    Deputies say the rebar had been set aside for the Tuolumne Bridge project.
    For some reason, however, the men decided to drive down the
  • Call Kurtis Investigates: 96-Year-Old WWII Hero Never Received Medals

    PLACERVILLE (CBS13) – Robert Anthony Nunn was just 20-years-old when two Japanese torpedoes sunk his warship, the USS Northampton, in the Battle of Guadalcanal.
    He recalls having to jump off that ship as it sank into the Pacific off the Solomon Islands.
    His Navy records show he earned five medals during the war; the American Area, American Defense with 1 star, Victory Medal, Good Conduct with 1 star and Asiatic Pacific with 17 stars.
    When Nunn returned from battle in 1946, collecting those
  • This Mystery Surcharge Is Adding To The Gas Price Misery In California

    BERKELEY (CBS13) – Experts have been crunching the numbers, asking why California gas prices are spiking up to over $4 dollars a gallon.
    As it turns out, a hidden surcharge is adding insult to injury at the pump.
    It all started in 2015, when a refinery explosion in Torrance caused what was supposed to be a temporary spike in gas prices.
    Instead, that spike stuck around.
    “Starting in 2015, they were about 40 cents above where you would expect them to be in 2015. And in 2016, ’17
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  • 3 Bystanders Rescue Driver Who Crashed Into Modesto Canal After Having Medical Emergency

    MODESTO (CBS13) – Authorities are crediting three good Samaritans with helping rescue a driver who crashed into a Modesto canal Thursday morning.
    The incident happened near East Briggsmore and Roselle avenues.
    A driver had some sort of medical emergency and ended up crashing into the canal. (Credit: Modesto Police Department)
    Modesto police say a driver apparently had some sort of medical emergency, causing them to crash into the canal.
    Three passerby’s – Art Mondragon Jr., Art
  • Former Playboy Model’s Boyfriend Also Arrested In Connection With Doctor’s Killing

    LAS VEGAS (CBS13) – Police have arrested a third suspect in the death of Monterey doctor Thomas Burchard.
    Jon Kennison, 27, was booked into a Las Vegas jail Wednesday on murder charges.
    READ ALSO: Playboy Model Kelsey Turner Arrested In Stockton In Connection To Doctor’s Murder
    Former Playboy model Kelsey Turner was arrested in Stockton last month. An alleged accomplice, 30-year-old Diana Nicole Pena, was also arrested. Both are facing murder and conspiracy charges.
    Dr. Burchard
  • Target Recalling Half Million Christmas Toys Sold In Bullseye’s Playground

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Target is recalling nearly a half million Christmas-themed toy cars sold in its Bullseye’s Playground due to a choking hazard.
    The little wooden cars feature Santa in a sleigh, a firetruck, a taxi, a caboose, an ice cream truck, a train, a police car, and a digger. The eight cars were sold both individually and as an 8-pack in stores and online from October 2018 through November 2018. Each car cost about $1, with the 8-pack costing $8.
    Credit: Target
    The wheels c
  • Ceres Police Officers Report Increase In Firearm Replica BB Guns

    CERES (CBS13) – Police in Ceres say they’re seeing an uptick in people carrying BB guns that look almost indistinguishable from real guns.
    The Ceres Police Department said in a Facebook post on Thursday that officers have been finding the toy guns in people’s waistbands and in vehicles.
    Not only do the BB guns look like real guns, some also have realistic looking bullets that hold the pellets.
    Can you tell that this BB/pellet gun isn’t a real revolver? (Credit: Ceres Poli
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  • Suspect Arrested After Short Chase In Arden Arcade

    SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – A man is under arrest after a short chase in Sacramento County Thursday morning.
    The chase ended on Lerwick Road, off of Edison Avenue.
    According to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, deputies were about to serve a search warrant at a home when the suspect pulled out and drove away – not knowing SWAT was in front of the home.
    A short chase soon ended in front of a second home. The suspect then surrendered.
    Deputies say a baby was in the car
  • Search On For Hit-And-Run Suspect Who Struck 2 Girls, 16, In South Sacramento

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Two 16-year-old girls were left with serious injuries after a driver hit them while they were out walking in south Sacramento Wednesday night, police say.
    The incident happened just after 8:30 p.m. as the teens were walking near John Still Drive and Hemford Circle.
    Sacramento police say a car apparently heading east on John Still Drive struck the two teens, who were walking in the street. The driver took off after the crash; both teens were taken to the hospital with s
  • Warmer Weather Draws Bears Out Of Hibernation Into The Sierra

    SIERRA (CBS13) — It’s that time of year when the warmer weather in Lake Tahoe means spring, and spring means bears. Residents are reporting close encounters with bears as they are now wandering in search of food.
    Local experts, including Ann Bryant, the executive director of the Bear League, are now busy offering tips to protect the bears and the humans. Just two weeks ago a 650-pound black bear wandered into a Truckee trailer park.
    “Bears are out. The only ones that aren&
  • Baby Delivered After Mom Has A Stroke

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A new mom from Brazil took time to thank the medical team that saved her life before heading back home.
    The day Heberton and Vivian Santos’ daughter Stella was born was far from easy. It started when Vivian told her husband she had a headache. He called 911 after she passed out in bed. Doctors at Sutter Davis determined Vivian had suffered a stroke.
    READ ALSO: CHP Officer Helps Deliver Baby On Interstate 5 Near Elk Grove
    They decided to perform a C-section a
  • Police: Two 16-Year-Old Girls Seriously Injured In Hit And Run

    MEADOWVIEW (CBS13) — Sacramento Police say two 16-year-olds were seriously injured in a hit and run crash Wednesday evening.
    The crash happened just after 8:30 p.m. on John Still Drive when the pedestrians were reportedly hit by a vehicle. Both were transported to an area hospital with serious injuries.
    Police said the vehicle involved in the crash drove off.
    This is a developing story. 
  • Police: 2 Female Teenagers Seriously Injured In Hit And Run

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Police say two female teenagers were seriously injured in a hit and run crash Wednesday evening.
    The crash happened just after 8:30 p.m. on John Still Drive when the pedestrians were reportedly hit by a vehicle. Both were transported to an area hospital with serious injuries.
    Police said the vehicle involved in the crash drove off.
    This is a developing story. 
  • Homeless Horseman Turning Heads In San Joaquin County

    SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) — A homeless horseman is turning heads in San Joaquin County as drivers spot the unusual pair galloping around town.
    Frank Turpen is a self-professed “mountain man.”
    “I know how to survive in the wild and I prefer that,” Turpen said.
    Turpen is a prospector who normally lives off the land at his camp near Valley Springs.
    “I make enough money gold panning to keep myself alive,” Turpen said.
    READ: Police Say Ripon High School
  • Board Approved Fishing Moratorium At Elk Grove Park

    ELK GROVE (CBS13) — The Consumnes Community Services District has voted to temporarily ban fishing at Elk Grove Park.
    The moratorium on fishing is a result of reported littering and wildlife injuries, some due to the improper feeding of the ducks and geese. CSD staff told the Elk Grove Citizen that years of feeding processed foods and bread to waterfowl has been detrimental to their health.
    The park is currently open for fishing year-long. The Fish and Wildlife Department even adds trout a
  • Sacramento Marine Killed In Training Accident Leaves Behind Wife, Infant Son

    CAMP PENDLETON (CBS13) — The marine who died after a training accident at Camp Pendleton was from the Sacramento area.
    “It’s just a shame. It’s just tragic. Such a good kid,” family friend and neighbor Janet O’Flaherty said.
    Joshua Braica, 29, lost his life while training to protect his country. The staff sergeant was driving a tactical vehicle over the weekend when he was involved in a rollover crash.
    “You just don’t want that to happen and you do
  • Cops Stop To Play Basketball In The Park With Kids

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Police officers with the Twin Rivers Unified School District took a break to play with some local kids Wednesday.
    The officers joined in on a pickup basketball game and even played on the playground at Robert Frost Park. Officers said they like to engage with the kids on a daily basis to establish a rapport and trust with them, and of course, have some fun themselves.
    READ ALSO: Parents Hope To Find Man They Claim Is Harassing Kids
    “When they’re a
  • Police Say Ripon High School Students’ Game ‘Water Wars’ Is Causing Public Safety Concerns

    RIPON (CBS13) — The Ripon Police Department issued a public safety warning about a game high school students are playing called “Water Wars.”
    Police say the game includes the mock-execution of fellow students with water guns and participation in the game has led to injuries, damages to property, and the expenditure of police resources.
    Students reportedly pay a fee to enter the game and are given the name of a peer who is targeted for “elimination.” The players then
  • 24 Cities Sue State Over Regulations, Trying To Put An End To Pot Delivery

    SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) — Two-dozen municipalities across California coming together to try to put an end to pot deliveries. Eleven local cities from Solano to Stanislaus counties have joined the lawsuit.
    The state policy says marijuana companies can drive around and make home deliveries anywhere in the state, but leaders from 24 cities now want local control over who can deliver and where. Some marijuana companies say regulating deliveries will put the brakes on their businesses for goo
  • Parents Hope To Find Man They Claim Is Harassing Kids

    FOOTHILL FARMS — Parents in a Sacramento-area community worry their kids have become targets at a local park. Multiple agencies, including the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office, have responded to reports of a man harassing kids at Robert Frost Park.
    “You have a community that is obviously in an uproar now, something needs to happen,” said Nathan Brandon, The Foothill Farms Little League coordinator.
    Brandon said he was coaching his little league team Friday when he heard
  • Sheriff: Woman Arrested For Threatening To Stab 2 Juveniles

    TUOLUMNE COUNTY (CBS13) — A woman is behind bars after allegedly threatening to stab two juveniles.
    (Credit: Tuolumne County Sheriff)
    The Sheriff’s office said 27-year-old Kendra Sanguinetti was wanted on assault with a deadly weapon charge in connection to a confrontation that happened at an apartment on Preston Lane in Jamestown the week before.
    Sanguinetti reportedly got into a verbal argument with two juveniles and threatened to stab them. She allegedly had a knife and was disarm
  • Sheriff: Suspect Arrested In Armed Robbery At GameStop

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a suspect in an armed robbery at a GameStop Wednesday afternoon.
    Reports of the armed robbery came in around 2 p.m. Wednesday at the GameStop on Garfield Avenue. The suspect reportedly took an unknown amount of cash and drove off in a vehicle.
    An unmarked unit then spotted the vehicle and started a pursuit, which was followed by a foot pursuit.
    Deputies said the suspect was taken into custody and located a handgun on Au
  • Bag Security Stepped Up For Ariana Grande’s Upcoming Golden 1 Center Show

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Ariana Grande fans heading to her May 3 concert at Golden 1 Center will need to pack their stuff in clear, individual bags within their big bag, The Sweetener World Tour mandates.
    As for cameras? Fans will also have to leave those at home.
    In order to comply and get into the show, fans must abide by these rules:Carry one bag
    Bag must be 100% clear or transparent (can use a clear freezer bag)
    Bag must be made of clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC
    Bags must be no larger than 1
  • Pedestrian Hit And Killed By Train In Stockton

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – One person has died after being hit by a freight train in Stockton.
    The incident happened in the area of Astor Drive and Albany Drive. The man who was struck is described as being in his 50s, according to Stockton Police Department Ofc. Joe Silva.
    Police say they don’t know why he was on the tracks.
    This is a developing story.
     
  • Californians Paying Over $4 For 1 Gallon Of Gas For The First Time Since 2014

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Gas prices in California are now averaging more than $4 a gallon for regular and drivers are paying the highest gas prices in the past five years.
    AAA puts the average price of a gallon of regular gas at $4.01. A year ago the average price was $3.55 a gallon.
    What’s behind the nearly 50 cent increase? Unexpected and planned maintenance at six of the state’s 10 refineries has led to a reduction in output, according to AAA. In order to make up for the gas sho
  • California Now Paying More Than $4 A Gallon For First Time In Five Years

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Gas prices in California are now averaging more than $4 a gallon for regular and drivers are paying the highest gas prices in the past five years.
    AAA puts the average price of a gallon of regular gas at $4.01. A year ago the average price was $3.55 a gallon.
    What’s behind the nearly 50 cent increase? Unexpected and planned maintenance at six of the state’s 10 refineries has led to a reduction in output, according to AAA. In order to make up for the gas sho
  • DA: Stockton Officer Justified In Using Lethal Force To Stop Carjacking Suspect

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – The San Joaquin County district attorney has issued a report three years after a Stockton police officer shot and killed a carjacking suspect.
    Ofc. Miguel Morales used justified use of lethal force when 35-year-old Rodney Watts tried to steal a woman’s car on April 13, 2016, the district attorney says.
    It happened near West Lane and Knickerbocker Drive. Stockton Police Officer Joe Silva said it began just before 9 a.m. as officers were conducting what they call a &
  • Catalytic Converter Thefts Spike In Tracy

    Hybrid car owners are on alert after the theft of catalytic converters continues to spike in Tracy.
    These expensive devices are a popular target because thieves can sell them for between $200 to $500 each.
    Police recommend installing a lock that clamps around the converter and parking your car under lights and nearby security cameras.
     
  • Alleged Accomplice In California Doctor’s Murder Pleads Not Guilty

    LAS VEGAS (CBS13) – A woman accused of killing a California doctor in Las Vegas entered a plea Tuesday in court.
    Diana Pena pleaded not guilty in her first court appearance. Pena, former Playboy model Kelsey Turner, and Turner’s boyfriend are charged in the killing of Dr. Thomas Burchard.
    Turner was arrested in Stockton last month. She was extradited to Nevada on Saturday.
    Investigators are still searching for turner’s boyfriend.
  • Rangers Warn To Not Play With Baby Coyotes

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — All along the American river, it’s easy to spot coyotes this time a year. Rangers say spring is also when baby coyotes are springing to life.
    “I see one almost nightly this time of year. It’s at dusk,” said Bonnie Sanders
    On Tuesday, Park Ranger Elmer Marzan spotted a mom with two pups.
    “They were just kind of cruising around and they look small and furry and very adorable,” said Marzan.
    Baby coyotes can look like puppy dogs, but int
  • 29-Year-Old Marine From Sacramento Dies From Injuries In Vehicle Rollover At Camp Pendleton

    CAMP PENDLETON (CBS13) — A 29-year-old Sacramento Marine has died after suffering critical injuries in a vehicle rollover at Camp Pendleton, according to the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command.
    Officials said Staff Sgt, Joshua Braica, a critical skills operator with 1st Marine Raider Battalion, was critically hurt when the MRZR tactical vehicle he was driving experienced a rollover Saturday. Braica was taken to Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla where he died on A
  • 16-Year-Old Hears Her Father’s Heart Beating For First Time Since It Was Donated 12 Years Ago

    MODESTO (CBS13) — Modesto teen Erika Preciado,16, got a piece of her father back Tuesday when she met one of the people he saved through organ donation.
    Her father, Erik Sandoval-Preciado, was killed in a carjacking 12 years ago.
    “We got to the hospital and they told us what happened to my dad and my whole family’s heart just broke,” Preciado said.
    But his organs lived on, saving the lives of four people, including Ramiro Cruz.
    READ ALSO: Founder Of ‘Stock
  • Northern California Photographer Captures Notre Dame In Flames

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Northern California photographer grabbed his camera and recorded history when the Notre Dame Cathedral caught fire. As the flames tore through the 850-year-old cathedral, Randy Haron was standing nearby taking pictures.
    Haron is a professional photographer and also owns Fresno’s Haron Jaguar Land Rover dealership. He was visiting Paris with his son when he heard about the fire at the cathedral.
    “I loaded up my equipment, put it on my back and ran a couple
  • Police Investigating Suspicious Death Of 70-Year-Old Woman, Son Arrested For Elder Neglect

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Stockton police are investigating the suspicious death of a 70-year-old woman on the 6100 block of Alturas Avenue.
    Officials say officers responded to the residence on Alturas Ave. around 2 p.m. Tuesday on a report of a family member who located his 70-year-old mother deceased inside the house.
    Detectives arrested the woman’s son, 44-year-old Michael Trejo, for felony elder neglect, violating a restraining order, and a warrant.  Trejo was booked into the San J
  • Founder Of ‘Stockton 209 Cares’ Attacked By Group Of Homeless People She Was Trying To Help

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — The founder of a well-known organization in Stockton designed to help the homeless was attacked over the weekend by the very group she was there to help.
    (credit: Nancy Lamb)
    Stockton Police said the incident happened around 6:30 p.m. Sunday night at Anderson Park in North Stockton.
    Officers said Nancy Lamb of Stockton 209 Cares was there dropping off leftover food from an Easter event when she and her husband were reportedly viciously attacked.
    “There was an event
  • Sacramento City Council Considers Ban On Flavored Tobacco

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento City Council is considering a ban on all flavored tobacco products in the city limits. There are currently 400 licenses for these types of sales in the city at vape shops, gas stations, grocery stores, and wine and liquor stores. Anti-smoking experts say flavored tobacco products are the gateway to tobacco products and highly addictive.
    The owner of one local shop will be at that meeting tonight. He says these types of products are his livelihood and ban
  • Sacramento City Council Approves Ban On Flavored Tobacco Products

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento City Council has approved a ban on all flavored tobacco products in the city limits. There are currently 400 licenses for these types of sales in the city at vape shops, gas stations, grocery stores, and wine and liquor stores. Anti-smoking experts say flavored tobacco products are the gateway to tobacco products and highly addictive.
    The owner of one local shop will be at that meeting tonight. He says these types of products are his livelihood and banni
  • Officials: Illegal Dumping Is Becoming A Safety Issue In Stanislaus County

    STANISLAUS COUNTY (CBS13) — Families in the south Modesto area say piles of trash are taking over their driveways and streets. Stanislaus County leaders agree Illegal dumping has become a serious safety issue.
    People who live in the Parklawn Neighborhood say what makes this such a health and safety issue is the type of items people are dumping, including couches, tires and even a boat.
    “You don’t know what’s in that trash, you don’t know. I don’t want to know,
  • Search On For Suspect In Theft Of $4,000 Worth Of Cigarettes

    SUISUN CITY (CBS13) — The Suisun City Police Department is looking to the public for help identifying a suspect that stole approximately $4,000 worth of cigarettes from a vehicle Tuesday.
    (credit: Suisun City Police)
    Police say the suspect took the cigarettes from a vehicle parked in front of Mega Smoke Shop at 141 Sunset Avenue around 2 p.m.
    The suspect is seen walking up to the white vehicle, opening a passenger side door, and grabbing the large cardboard box packed full of cigarettes.An
  • Lodi Police Looking For Suspect In 2018 Fatal Shooting

    LODI (CBS13) — The Lodi Police Department is looking for information on a suspect wanted in connection to the 2018 shooting death of 31-year-old Ruben Rodriguez.
    Police have identified 19-year-old Christian Orozco of Lodi as the suspect in the murder investigation. The fatal shooting happened on May 11, 2018, in the 700 block of W. Vine Street.
    READ: Family Desperate For Answers After 49-Year-Old Father Found Dead In His Home
    There is a warrant out for Orozco’s arrest and detect
  • Vandals Scribble Graffiti All Over At Stockton Children’s Park Pixie Woods

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – Vandals defaced a Stockton children’s amusement park over the weekend – but officials say they’ll be ready for the start of the season.
    Pixie Woods is a fairytale-inspired playground for children. It opens once the weather gets warmer and has been enjoyed by Stockton families since 1954.
    However, at some point this past weekend, vandals struck.
    Some of the vandalism at Pixie Woods. (Credit: City of Stockton)
    Locks were cut all and graffiti was scribbled
  • VIDEO: Driver Gets Out Just In Time Before SUV Is Engulfed By Flames

    LOOMIS (CBS13) – Deputies say a man got out of his SUV just in time before the whole thing went up in flames.
    The incident happened Tuesday morning in the parking of the Raley’s grocery store in Loomis.
    According to the Placer County Sheriff’s Department, the man told deputies he was driving down the road when he thought he could smoke. He pulled over to see where the smell was coming from.
    Flames erupted the second he stepped out of his car.
    South Placer Fire District crews re
  • WB I-80 In High Sierra Back Open After Jackknifed Big Rig Blocks Road

    CISCO GROVE (CBS13) – A jackknifed big rig caused major problems for drivers on Interstate 80 in the high country.
    It happened just before 7 a.m. Tuesday on the westbound side of the freeway, near the Cisco Grove off ramp.
    I80 closed WB direction at Cisco Grove due To #JackKnifed BigRig! Driver is ok. ⁦@GoodDaySac⁩ ⁦@CBSSacramento⁩ ⁦@DinaKupfer⁩ ⁦@GoodDayTraffic⁩ ⁦@GDSTracyKetchum⁩ pic.twitter.com/LnKfYPb8x7
    — David Grashoff
  • Jackknifed Big Rig Blocks WB I-80 In High Sierra

    CISCO GROVE (CBS13) – A jackknifed big rig caused major problems for drivers on Interstate 80 in the high country.
    It happened just before 7 a.m. Tuesday on the westbound side of the freeway, near the Cisco Grove off ramp.
    I80 closed WB direction at Cisco Grove due To #JackKnifed BigRig! Driver is ok. ⁦@GoodDaySac⁩ ⁦@CBSSacramento⁩ ⁦@DinaKupfer⁩ ⁦@GoodDayTraffic⁩ ⁦@GDSTracyKetchum⁩ pic.twitter.com/LnKfYPb8x7
    — David Grashoff
  • Black Caucus Chair: Charter School Bills Overlook Too Many Crucial Questions

    SACRAMENTO (CBM) – Three charter school bills the Assembly Education Committee cleared last week leave too many unanswered questions, says Assemblymember Shirley Weber (D-San Diego). She is the chair of the Legislative Black Caucus and a member of the Assembly Education Committee.The set of legislation, according to Weber, does not consider the full impact of charter schools in California – particularly in disadvantaged communities – and the bills do not go far enough to detai

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