• Parents Of San Juan High School Students Experience Fear, Panic During 3-Hour Lockdown

    CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) — Frantic and terrified parents of San Juan High School students had to watch from the sidewalks as their child’s campus went on lockdown Wednesday afternoon.
    Students were able to go home as the lockdown was lifted just after 3:30 p.m.
    “I want to know are all of the kids accounted for,” Ladonna Burner said.
    Citrus Heights Police said around noon someone fired two rounds at a home along Mariposa Avenue, which runs next to San Juan High School. Polic
  • After More Than 50 Years, A Midtown Jimboy’s Tacos Is Closing Its Doors

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Midtown favorite is closing its doors for good Thursday.
    The family that owns the Jimboy’s Tacos on 29th Street near Neighbors Alley announced they did not renew their franchise contract. So, after more than 50 years, the flagship location will close.
    In a letter posted for customers Wednesday, the Rapisura Family wrote:
    “To our valued and loyal customers,  
    It is with saddened hearts to announce our closure as a Jimboy’s Tacos Franchise.
  • Auburn Police Seek Public’s Help Finding Fatal Hit And Run Suspect

    AUBURN (CBS13) — Police in Auburn are looking for a driver accused of intentionally mowing down two men in front of a bar Wednesday morning.
    Police say a third victim was struck by the vehicle as it drove away from the scene. That victim suffered serious injuries and later died at an area hospital.
    Officers said of the two victims who were intentionally hit, one suffered minor injuries and was treated at the scene, the second was taken to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries
  • Man Arrested For Allegedly Shooting Woman In Meadow Vista

    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) — Placer County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man for attempted murder Wednesday afternoon after receiving reports of a shooting in Meadow Vista.
    The Sheriff’s Office said a woman was shot at a residence in Meadow Vista and transported to the hospital for treatment. When deputies arrived, the suspect was not on the scene.
    Detectives found the suspect driving in the area and followed him until pulling him over at Wolf Road and Highway 49 in Nevada County. T
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  • San Juan High School Lockdown Lifted After Nearby Shooting

    CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) – The latest on the San Juan High School lockdown, following a nearby shooting Wednesday:
    3:38 p.m.
    Citrus Heights police announced the lockdown was lifted at 3:35 p.m.
    Both directions of Greenback Lane have reopened to traffic.
    Parents are now able to pick up their children at San Juan High School.3:35 pm-**UPDATE** LOCKDOWN FOR SJHS LIFTED. Thank you very much for your patience in waiting for officers to ensure the safety of school staff and your children. W/B and
  • Shankar Hangud Appears In Court To Face First-Degree Murder Charges

    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) – Accused killer Shankar Hangud appeared in a Placer County court Wednesday to be formally charged in the deaths of four people believed to be his family members.
    The identities of the victims have not yet been made public; however, the criminal complaint identifies the victims by their initials. J.S. and G.H. were killed on the 7th, N.H. was killed on October 8. All there of those victims were found deceased in Hangud’s Roseville apartment, according to Rosevil
  • Missing Roseville Senior Possibly Lost While Driving Back From Sonora

    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – Police are asking for the public’s help to locate a missing Roseville man.
    Frank Anderson, 75, reportedly became lost while driving from Sonora to his home in Roseville.
    Frank Anderson (credit: Roseville PD)
    He was spotting leaving west Roseville at approximately 12:40 p.m. in his four-door 2005 Chevy Silverado with a California license plate of 7S01923. The truck is as maroon and has a black Tonneau cover on the bed.Anderson was last seen in Sonora at 9 p.m. on T
  • San Juan High School Placed On Lockdown Due To Nearby Shooting

    CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) – San Juan High School has been placed on lockdown as a precaution, following a nearby shooting.
    Police say a shooting happened near campus in the 6300 block of Mariposa Avenue. The suspects then ran towards the school. All of the students are safe, according to a Citrus Heights Police Department statement.San Juan HS is still under lockdown. Citrus Heights PD says that there was a shooting near the school on Mariposa Ave but no indication that shots were f
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  • Man Wanted In Connection With Utah Homicide Captured In Lodi

    LODI (CBS13) –  A man wanted in connection with a homicide in Utah has been arrested in Lodi.
    On Tuesday, just before 3 p.m., police received word that Frank Powell, a parolee from Utah had been seen in Lodi. Powell was wanted by Utah authorities in connection with a homicide charge.
    Frank Powell (credit: Lodi P.D.)
    Police found Powell in a vehicle in the 300 block of East Kennlement Lane and he allegedly ran away when police tried to make contact. He ran through backyards onto Elgin
  • Roseville Quadruple Murder Suspect Shankar Hangud To Be Arraigned Wednesday

    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – Shankar Hangud, the Roseville man accused of killing four family members, is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday.
    The 53-year-old man will be arraigned in a Roseville court at 1 p.m. on four counts of first-degree murder.
    (credit: Roseville PD)
    Hangud’s victims have not been identified, but are said to be two adults and two children.
    One of the victims is believed to have attended Silverado Middle School. A statement from the school reads, in part, “We
  • Blake Shelton Coming To Golden 1 Center In 2020

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Country fans will be excited to hear that superstar Blake Shelton is coming to Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center next year.
    Shelton will make his stop in the Capital City on Saturday, February 2020 as part of “Friends and Heroes 2020” tour.
    His show is part of a 16-date run hitting major cities throughout the midwest and the west coast. He’ll be joined by special guest Lauren Alaina as well as appearances by The Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson, and T
  • Police: Driver Intentionally Hit 2 People In Auburn, Killing 1

    AUBURN (CBS13) – The two people who were hit early Wednesday morning in Auburn had been targeted, say police.
    One of the victims was killed and the other person was injured.
    Between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. Wednesday, two people were on Cleveland Avenue near Lincoln Way and High Street when they were hit by a vehicle. The victims, both males, were taken to the hospital where one of the victims was declared dead.
    The condition of the second person has not been made available to the media.
    Police h
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  • Mayor Calls For Sacramento Pot Shop Permit Investigation

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento’s Office of Cannabis Management is under scrutiny. Mayor Darrell Steinberg is calling for an audit of the office, and a temporary ban of ownership transfers among the city’s dispensaries.
    The wild frontier of the legalized weed business has Sacramento city hall leaders suddenly seeking tighter controls over the cannabis permits, after a high-profile federal indictment of Ukrainian-born California businessman Andrey Kukushkin was filed for violati
  • Will Gas Prices Be Affected By The NuStar Energy Facility Fire?

    VALLEJO (CBS13) — An explosion and fire ripped through storage tanks at the NuStar energy facility in Crocket Tuesday, sending flames and smoke billowing into the skies.
    Two large tanks containing ethanol went up in flames, and two other tanks, one with jet fuel, were threatened.
    At one point, a small vegetation fire sparked but was put out. The fire was burning just a few hundred feet from Interstate 80. CHP closed the highway on both sides for safety reasons and reopened the road around
  • Lyft Driver Pulled Over After Unknowingly Picking Up Hit-And-Run Suspect

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Mariza Ruelas says she drove past Stockton police investigating a hit-and-run at Lever Boulevard and Hawaii Avenue on her way to pick up a rider, but she had no idea the man who got in her car was a suspect wanted by police.
    She quickly found out when she was stopped by officers just a few minutes later.
    “The guy seemed kind of anxious and kind of desperate to go home,” Ruelas said. “Once I got pulled over, and how he was acting, I already knew obviousl
  • Parents, Teachers Speaking Out About Twin Rivers School Closure Plans

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Parents and teachers are speaking out about plans to consolidate schools in Sacramento’s Twin Rivers District.
    It was standing room only at an emotional meeting on Tuesday night.
    Deanna Rice is concerned about the neighborhood elementary school her two kids go to could be closed.
    “I’m super worried, I don’t know what we’re going to do,” Rice said.
    A Twin Rivers District Committee is looking at schools with declining enrollment, tryin
  • Details Slowly Emerge About Quadruple Murder Suspect Shankar Hangud

    Sacramento (CBS13) — With the investigation into the Roseville quadruple murders underway, details are slowly emerging about the suspect, 53-year-old Shankar Hangud.
    According to his LinkedIn profile, Hangud worked for several Sacramento companies, one of which was Alluma Social Interest Solutions, located at 1 Capitol Mall in downtown Sacramento.
    Company spokesperson Katie Tamony shared few details about Hangud.
    “He was a data scientist for Alluma,” Tamony said. “He work
  • Sacramento To Test Emergency Notification System Thursday

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) —  The City of Sacramento will be testing its emergency notification system Thursday morning at 10 a.m.
    The emergency system is used to notify residents of threats to health and safety including alerts about severe weather, flooding, gas leaks, police activity, and more.
    Residents who have registered with Sacramento Alert will receive a text to their cell phone and an email with the test. Additionally, all in-service landlines will receive a recorded message.
    If you
  • Sources: MLS To Announce Expansion Team To Sacramento Monday Morning

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — We’ve been down this road before, but new reports indicate Sacramento is getting a Major League Soccer expansion team.
    The Sacramento Bee reported Tuesday evening the league will announce that Sacramento will get a team on Monday.
    CBS13 spoke to sources familiar with the event who said the announcement will happen Monday morning at The Bank in downtown Sacramento, across from the Golden 1 Center. A fan fest is set to follow the announcement that afternoon at Capi
  • Mount Shasta Community Stunned Over Roseville Quadruple Homicide Investigation

    MT. SHASTA (CBS13) – The Mount Shasta Police Chief was shocked by murder suspect Shankar Hangud showing up to the Police Department and confessing to killing four people Monday.
    Chief Parish Cross said he hasn’t seen an investigation like this in his 15 years of service.
    “No one is immune, no community is immune from it. When they do happen, it’s hard to handle,” he said.
    Police say Hangud drove a body, an adult male relative, through farm fields past Shasta Lake an
  • Construction to Begin On Three-Year Highway 132 Project In Modesto

    MODESTO (CBS13) — Modesto will soon begin work on the largest transportation project the city has ever seen.
    The project will re-route a portion of Highway 132 to reduce traffic in the region, but not everybody is happy about the plan.
    The oldest locally-owned body shop in Modesto, Burnside Body Shop, has sat in the same location off of Kansas Street since the 1930s. It will soon be forced to relocate to make room for a major transportation project.
    The city released a video that shows the
  • Neighbors Call Roseville Apartment Murders ‘Horrifying’

    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Police revealed new details about the man accused of murdering four members of his own family, then admitting to the crime.
    Police said 53-year-old Shankar Hangud is in the Placer County Jail. Hangud drove several hours north to Mount Shasta where he confessed at the local police department yesterday.
    Roseville police said he had a body in his car. The three other victims were discovered inside an apartment off Junction Boulevard. Two of the victims are adults and two o
  • Citrus Heights Man Arrested For 25 Counts Of Child Molestation; Police Believe There Are More Victims

    CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) — Citrus Heights Police are investigating a series of child molestation cases involving multiple victims and a single suspect.
    Police say 43-year-old Jason Earl Hook was arrested on Sept. 27 for 25 counts of child molestation.
    An investigation into the cases began a couple of weeks earlier on Sept. 8. Detectives identified Hook as the suspect and revealed his victims were both male and female between the ages of eight and 17 years old.
    According to detectives, all of
  • Turlock Man Stabbed Multiple Times While Lying In Bed Next To 1-Year-Old

    TURLOCK (CBS) – A Turlock man was stabbed multiple times while he was lying in bed next to his one-year-old child and her mother.
    The incident happened around 1:50 a.m. at the victims’ residence on the 1200 block of Milhous Street. The attacker forced his way into the residence, kicked open the bedroom door, and attacked the man, said Police Department spokesman Sgt. Russell Holeman.
    The victim was able to escape and go to a neighbor’s home where he called 911.
    Police responded
  • Turlock Man Stabbed Multiple Times While Lying In Bed

    TURLOCK (CBS) – A Turlock man was stabbed multiple times while he was lying in bed next to his one-year-old child and her mother.
    The incident happened around 1:50 a.m. at the victims’ residence on the 1200 block of Milhous Street. The attacker forced his way into the residence, kicked open the bedroom door, and attacked the man, said Police Department spokesman Sgt. Russell Holeman.
    The victim was able to escape and go to a neighbor’s home where he called 911.
    Police responded
  • CHP Officers Arrest 4 People On DUI Charges In 4-Hour Period

    PLACERVILLE (CBS13) – CHP officers in Placerville had a busy morning after they arrested four people on suspicion of DUI in just a four-hour period.
    Officers shared photos of the damage caused by one driver, who, they say, hit a fence. She was able to walk away from the crash, but a large piece of metal cut into her windshield.
    This was one of two DUI-related crashes yesterday.
  • Dozens Of Goats Escape Fenced Area And End Up In Roseville Traffic

    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – Goats used to eat grass managed to escape their fenced area Monday afternoon in Roseville and caused a bit of a traffic jam.
    Sarah Carder and her children spotted dozens of wayward goats around 3 pm on Hayden Parkway and Corin Drive in West Roseville. Video recorded on Carder’s cell phone shows the goats jumping from a ledge and across traffic, before ending up on a nearby patch of grass.She says several of the goats darted in front of her car.
  • Mainland China-Hong Kong Conflict Felt At UC Davis

    DAVIS (CBS13) – After months of violent protests, huge crowds of people rallied in Hong Kong Monday urging U.S lawmakers to pass a bill that supports the territory’s democratic aspirations.
    Meanwhile, the Hong Kong conflict is hitting the UC Davis campus as students who support Hong Kong are being met with pushback.
    The dark images of protest and violence are sparking a so-called movement on the university campus.
    READ: UC Davis Student One Of Five Armed Robbery Victims In Last
  • Police Arrest Roseville Man Accused Of Killing 4 People Believed To Be Family Members

    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Police have arrested the man accused of murdering four people and confessing the killings Monday as 53-year-old Shankar Hangud.
    At a press conference on Tuesday, Roseville Police Department spokesperson Capt. Josh Simon said police believe all four victims were Hangud’s family members. Two of the victims were adults and two were juveniles but Simon did not release the victims’ ages.
    The Placer County Coroner’s office will release the victims’ nam
  • More Retailers Say They Will Stay Closed On Thanksgiving, Major Chains Yet To Announce Hours

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Several more major retailers, including Barnes & Noble, Neiman Marcus, and Ann Taylor, say they will stay closed on Thanksgiving, but the biggest chains have yet to say if they will open, and when.
    Bestblackfriday.com updated its list of stores that will open and close on Thanksgiving.
    As of October 15, 2019, the stores that will close are:
    Chains with Northern California locations in bold, new stores added since October 10 in italicsArmy and Airforce Exchange
  • SMUD Customers’ Power Restored In The Pocket Area

    8:43 a.m. Update: SMUD says all power has been restored in the Pocket area.
    8:35 a.m. Update: 4,913 SMUD customers are still without power.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A car crashed into a power pole, knocking out power to thousands of customers in Sacramento Tuesday morning.
    At 7:14 a.m., SMUD tweeted that a car hit the pole in the Pocket area and that “crews were on the way to restore power asap” to restore power to almost 19,000 customers.
    The crash happened just before 6:50 a.m. a
  • Sacramento County High-Speed Chase Suspect Reportedly Called 911 To Surrender

    SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – A suspect was arrested early Tuesday morning after he led police on a high-speed chase in Sacramento County, authorities say.
    At around 3:30 a.m., Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office deputies tried to pull over a man suspected of driving a stolen vehicle in the area of Howe Avenue and Hurley Way, but he sped off. Deputies chased the man, who, at times, reportedly drove the wrong way on roadways, including Business 80. Based on the danger posed to the public
  • Party Store Owner Determined To Fulfill Customers’ Dreams After Fire Destroys Inventory

    MODESTO (CBS13) —  A popular party supply store is picking up the pieces after a fire destroyed much of its inventory including quinceanera and wedding dresses.
    Andy Sanchez promises his store will rise from the ashes. Atiza Party Supply is a staple in the community and has made dreams come true for many families. In spite of the devastating fire, the owner is working to make sure that tradition continues.“Our dress inventory and everything was back here. The party supplies, pin
  • Governor Vetoes Paid Family Leave For Teachers

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It passed the legislature with a near-unanimous vote, but Governor Gavin Newsom has vetoed a bill that would have given teachers six weeks paid leave after giving birth.
    This is surprising since maternity leave has been a marquee issue for the Newsom administration. But unlike new mothers who work for private companies, teachers are not entitled to the maternity leave that the governor campaigned on because teachers are public employees and they belong to a union.
  • Suspect Turns Himself In To Mt. Shasta Police, Admits To Killing 4 People

    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Roseville police are investigating a quadruple homicide after a man turned himself in to Mount Shasta police Monday around noon.
    The scene outside the Roseville apartment complex on the 1800 block of Junction Boulevard.
    Police said the suspect walked into the Mt. Shasta Police Department at 12:11 p.m. and reported he committed a homicide at his residence in Roseville, more than 200 miles away. 
    One of the possible victims was inside the suspect’s car at the M
  • Police: Suspect Turns Himself In To Mt. Shasta Police, Admits To Killing Four People

    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Roseville police are investigating a quadruple homicide after a man turned himself in to Mount Shasta police Monday around noon.
    The scene outside the Roseville apartment complex on the 1800 block of Junction Boulevard.
    Police said the suspect walked into the Mt. Shasta Police Department at 12:11 p.m. and reported he committed a homicide at his residence in Roseville, more than 200 miles away. 
    One of the possible victims was inside the suspect’s car at the M
  • Police: Suspect Turns Self In To Mt. Shasta Police, Admits To Killing Four People

    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Roseville police are investigating a quadruple homicide after a man turned himself in to Mount Shasta police Monday around noon.
    The Roseville homicide suspect’s car was surrounded by caution tape outside the Mount Shasta Police Department Monday. (credit: Jeff Anderson)
    Police said the suspect walked into the Mt. Shasta Police Department at 12:11 p.m. and reported he committed a homicide at his residence in Roseville, more than 200 miles away. 
    One of the po
  • Kings To Host Fan Fest, Open Practice Saturday

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Are you ready for basketball season? The Sacramento Kings are.
    In anticipation of the upcoming season, the Kings are holding their annual free Fan Fest and open practice on Saturday, Oct. 19. Fans can shoot hoops in DOCO Plaza, play games with the street team, win prizes, see some Kings Legends, and watch an open practice with players and coaches.
    While the event is free, you do need a ticket which you can reserve at Kings.com/FanFest. Some food and beverages at the Go
  • Driver Turns Herself In After Fatal Hit And Run

    MODESTO (CBS13) — After seeing a social media post from Modesto CHP about a fatal hit and run, a 48-year-old Modesto woman turned herself in to officers.
    The California Highway Patrol in Modesto said Consuelo Aguilar admitted to being the driver who hit a 40-year-old female pedestrian on Oct. 5.
    According to the CHP, the crash happened around 10:20 p.m. when a 2003 GMC Yukon was driving on Olivero Road and struck Ana Lovins, who was walking in the road. The driver continued on Olivero Road
  • Citing Public Safety, Rocklin Mayor Wants Cut Ties With PG&E

    ROCKLIN (CBS13) — The mayor of Rocklin wants to break up with PG&E.
    He says high utilities were a concern even before the shutoffs hit parts of the city. Now he wants the city to control its own power.
    It’s definitely an “it’s not you, it’s me” situation as to why Mayor Joe Patterson wants to end the relationship between Rocklin and PG&E. In the end, he says it was about public safety.
    “There is a public safety concern here and it’s reason
  • Some Businesses Demanding More Action Following Latest I & 12th Street Car Crash

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A close call as another car crashed at what some businesses are calling the accident-prone intersection of I and 12th Street in Downtown Sacramento.
    “I get used to it now but good thing last night it wasn’t into the restaurant,” Teiyout Phupong said. “Like can’t someone do something here or can the city help me do something? Just put a camera at the intersection?”
    There have been three wrecks at the intersection of I and 12 streets s
  • Police: Suspect Turns Self In To Mt. Shasta Police After Killing Four People

    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Roseville police are investigating a homicide involving four victims after a man turned himself in to Mount Shasta police Monday.
    Police say the three people were found dead at the suspect’s apartment on the 1800 block of Junction Boulevard in Roseville. The suspect reportedly drove to Mt. Shasta with a dead body in his car. When he arrived at the Mt. Shasta Police Department, the suspect told police he had murdered the four individuals.
    A Roseville police spokesp
  • CPUC Sanctions PG&E Over Power Outages

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California’s top utility regulator blasted Pacific Gas and Electric on Monday for what she called “failures in execution” during the largest planned power outage in state history to avoid wildfires that she said, “created an unacceptable situation that should never be repeated.”
    The agency ordered a series of corrective actions, including a goal of restoring power within 12 hours, not the utility’s current 48-hour goal.
  • Bear Statue Vandalized, Found In Street In Front Of Historic Folsom Cafe

    FOLSOM (CBS13) — The owners of a historic Folsom cafe are looking for information after their bear statue was vandalized early Sunday morning.
    In a Facebook post, Sutter Station Sweets & Cafe said someone vandalized their bear “Buddy,” which has stood in front of their store for over 40 years.
    Co-Owner Marty said neighbors claim to have heard a ruckus around 1:30 a.m. Sunday. A witness reached out to the cafe claiming he saw a heavy-duty black truck with a rope attached and
  • Sacramento Drivers Among Nation’s Worst, According To Insurance Company QuoteWizard

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Think your commute is bad? Drivers in Portland have it worse, but not by much, according to a survey from insurance company QuoteWizard.
    The company is out with its annual list of the best and worst cities for drivers, and Sacramento comes in among the worst places to be a driver.
    The Capital City is number five on the list of the worst driving cities based on data from insurance quotes in the country’s 75 largest cities.
    QuoteWizard looked at overall traffi
  • Remains Of Man Who Died On Folsom Lake Reunited With His Family

    EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) – Human remains found at Folsom Lake three years ago have been positively identified as Oleg Zheleznikov, a Russian man who drowned while swimming in the lake in 1996.
    The remains were by a boy on November 13, 2015, at a time when water at the lake was low because of the drought. The boy’s mother said it was a spot typically in the middle of the lake, that, on a wet year, would have been covered by water. In fact, when the man died, the spot was covered by ab
  • All CSU And UC Campuses Now Required To Offer Medication Abortions By 2023

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – All California State University and University of California campuses must offer medication abortions at student health centers by January 1, 2023.
    Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 24 on Friday writing, “As other states and the federal government go backward, restricting reproductive freedom, in California we are moving forward, expanding access and reaffirming a woman’s right choose. We’re removing barriers to reproductive health –
  • California Junior High And High School Teachers Will Be Offered LGTBQ Training Under New Law

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Governor Gavin Newsom agrees all California public and charter school teachers should be offered in-service training to help them better understand LGBTQ students.
    The Governor signed Assembly Bill 493 over the weekend, requiring the California Department of Education to develop or update resources for in-service training to help teachers in grades 7-12 better understand how to support lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual, queer, and questioning students.
    The resou
  • Man Accused Of Burglarizing El Dorado Hills Home In Women’s Lingerie Identified As Shaun McGuire

    EL DORADO HILLS (CBS13) — A man accused of burglarizing an El Dorado Hills home in nothing but a bra and women’s panties has been identified as Shaun McGuire of El Dorado Hills.
    Shaun McGuire (credit: El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office)
    Homeowner Matthew Eschrich said he was awoken in the early hours of Saturday morning by a burglar.
    “I was going to the landing and saw a light on in our downstairs bathroom,” Matthew Eschrich said.
    Eschrich told authorities he woke up
  • Starting In 2022, Californians In Some Areas Can Legally Eat Roadkill

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Drivers on several California roads will be able to take roadkill home and eat it in 2022.
    Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 395 over the weekend.
    The new law will go into effect on January 1, 2022, and will allow the state Fish and Game Commission to establish a pilot wildlife salvage permit program. Under the program, drivers in three specific locations who accidentally hit and kill an elk, deer, pronghorn antelope, or wild pig, can immediately apply for

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