• Sports Store Owner Who Boycotted Nike Over Kaepernick Support Now Closing Up Shop

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – A sporting goods store owner in Colorado Springs decided to close up shop months after he started boycotting Nike products.
    In September, Stephen Martin, owner of Prime Time Sports, took issue with a Nike advertisement featuring Colin Kaepernick.
    The former NFL quarterback started kneeling during the National Anthem before football games in 2016, sparking a movement among other NFL players, including Broncos linebacker Brandon Marsh
  • Police Find Weapons Stash In Car Of Felon In Suisun City

    SUISUN CITY (CBS13) – A Fairfield man was arrested on drugs and weapons charges in Suisun City after officers found him slumped over in a car at a grocery store parking lot.
    The arrest happened Tuesday afternoon at the Raley’s shopping center parking lot on Sunset Avenue.
    The weapons found in the felon’s car. (Credit: Suisun City Police)
    People called to report that a man was slumped over in his car and twitching. Officers who responded to the scene found that the man was showi
  • EOD Team Investigating Possible Live Grenade Found At Stockton Pick-n-Pull

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – An ordnance disposal team is responding to a Stockton-area Pick-n-Pull to investigate a possible live grenade that was found.
    The incident is at the Clark Drive Pick-n-Pull location.
    Evacuations are in place, according to the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office.
    No other details about the incident have been released at this point.
    Keep checking back for updates. 
  • Jennifer Lopez To Play At Golden 1 Center In June

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Jennifer Lopez is coming to Sacramento as part of her summer 2019 tour.
    The pop star announced her 24-city “It’s My Party: The Live Celebration” tour on Wednesday. It’s her first tour in more than six years.
    Fresh off a performance celebrating Motown’s history at the Grammy Awards, the tour celebrates Lopez’ milestone birthday. JLo will be turning 50 on July 24.
    The tour is scheduled to make a stop at the Golden 1 Center on June 16.
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  • CHP Officer Jumps Out Of The Way As Out Of Control Car Rear Ends Patrol Vehicle

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A California Highway Patrol officer’s patrol vehicle was rear-ended by a car authorities say was going too fast in the rain Wednesday morning.
    The incident happened on eastbound Highway 50, west of the 34th Street exit. CHP says the patrol car was parked completely in the center median with its emergency lights on investigating a different crash involving a Prius.
    The patrol car’s trunk was smashed in by the crash. (Credit: CHP South Sacramento)
    At some poi
  • California Teachers May Need To Attend Yearly LGBTQ Training

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Teachers in grades 7-12 may need to attend yearly classes to support LGBTQ students.
    Assembly Bill 493 would require all public school and charter school districts to provide the in-service training. The courses would cover how to support LGBTQ students, including: offering peer support groups, creating Safe Spaces, enforcing anti-bullying and harassment policies, providing counseling services, and teaching health and other curriculum that are inclusive of, and related
  • Sierra Weather: Another Layer Of Snow As Atmospheric River Moves Through NorCal

    REDDING (CBS13/AP) – An atmospheric river aimed at California is bringing a new round of stormy weather to the state.
    Rain is falling widely in Northern California early Wednesday and is expected to spread south, feeding on the deep plume of moisture that stretches across the Pacific to near Hawaii.
    This is from my friend Pat Fowlers yard in Redding! 7-8 inches of snow ⁦@GoodDaySac⁩ ⁦@CBSSacramento⁩ ⁦@GoodDayMarianne⁩ ⁦@DinaKupfer⁩ ⁦@GD
  • Sierra Getting Another Layer Of Snow As Atmospheric River Moves Through NorCal

    REDDING (CBS13/AP) – An atmospheric river aimed at California is bringing a new round of stormy weather to the state.
    Rain is falling widely in Northern California early Wednesday and is expected to spread south, feeding on the deep plume of moisture that stretches across the Pacific to near Hawaii.
    This is from my friend Pat Fowlers yard in Redding! 7-8 inches of snow ⁦@GoodDaySac⁩ ⁦@CBSSacramento⁩ ⁦@GoodDayMarianne⁩ ⁦@DinaKupfer⁩ ⁦@GD
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  • CHP: Person Walking On I-5 In Stockton Hit By Several Cars, Dies

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – A person was hit and killed by a car on Interstate 5 in Stockton late Tuesday night, authorities say.
    The incident happened a little after 11:30 p.m. on the northbound side of the freeway, north of Pershing Avenue. According to California Highway Patrol, a person was walking on the freeway in the #3 lane when they were hit by a car.
    CHP says the car didn’t stop or contact law enforcement.
    The person was killed in the crash. No information about the person has been
  • Lake Tahoe Weather: Flooding Concerns In South Lake Tahoe As Winter Storm Hits

    SOUTH LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) — South Lake Tahoe is bracing for a winter storm but some are concerned heavy rain will bring flooding to certain neighborhoods.
    “Just one block up, I’ve noticed that gathers water a lot,” said Kevin Hennessee, who lives on Colorado Avenue.
    First came the wind and now locals are wondering what’s next.
    “Are you worried about flooding?” asked CBS13’s Macy Jenkins.
    “Well, If it comes in as snow, not really,” s
  • Flooding Concerns In South Lake Tahoe As Winter Storm Hits

    SOUTH LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) — South Lake Tahoe is bracing for a winter storm but some are concerned heavy rain will bring flooding to certain neighborhoods.
    “Just one block up, I’ve noticed that gathers water a lot,” said Kevin Hennessee, who lives on Colorado Avenue.
    First came the wind and now locals are wondering what’s next.
    “Are you worried about flooding?” asked CBS13’s Macy Jenkins.
    “Well, If it comes in as snow, not really,” s
  • Governor’s Office Changes Tune On High-Speed Train Hours After State Of The State Address

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Governor Newsom is clarifying his comments Tuesday night after hitting the brakes on California’s high-speed rail project.
    During his first State of the State address, he suggested pulling the plug on the line between San Francisco and Los Angeles and focusing on one between Merced and Bakersfield instead.
    Newsom said the project had been botched and cost too much, but within the last several hours, a spokesperson massaged his remarks, saying the governor is not
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  • El Dorado Woman’s Remains Returned To Her Sons After 40 Years And A DNA Match

    EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — The remains of a missing mother have been returned to her sons after more than four decades.
    “It’s just unzipped a whole floodgate of emotion, all different kinds of emotions,” said her son Brion Dinkel.
    It’s one of the dozens of cold cases the district attorney’s investigators are working on and using DNA to solve mysteries of the past. It was a double murder tucked in the hills of El Dorado that troubled investigators for
  • UK Artist Brings Bright Idea To Sacramento Waterfront

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — One of Sacramento’s most popular tourist attractions is about to get a little more colorful. New public artwork will soon be making a splash along the riverfront.
    UK-based artist Joshua Sofaer has a vision for the Sacramento and West Sacramento waterfront.“There’s this river that sits between those two cities but it also joins them and this project is really about trying to get the two cities celebrating the people that live there,” Sofaer said.
  • Matthew Muller May Question His Kidnapping Victim Denise Huskins In Court

    SOLANO COUNTY (CBS13) — It’s a bizarre case with yet another twist heading our way Wednesday. Matthew Muller, already convicted in the kidnapping case Vallejo police initially called “a hoax,” could get the opportunity to question his own kidnap victim in court.
    Muller, a federal inmate, will act as his own attorney in a new Solano County court case, after firing his public defender.
    The Solano County case is charging Muller with rape, robbery, burglary, and kidnap for ra
  • Police Looking For Help Identifying Indecent Exposure Suspect

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento Police Department is asking for the community’s help in identifying a suspect wanted for multiple indecent exposure incidents.
    Investigators believe three crimes have been committed by the same suspect.
    On Jan. 28 the suspect was reportedly parked and sitting in the driver’s seat masturbating with his pants below his knees. He was parked in the area of Vallejo Way and Riverside Boulevard around 3 p.m. in the afternoon.
    Victims reportedly saw
  • Oldest Jewelry Store In The West Closing After 166 Years

    PLACERVILLE (CBS13) — The oldest jewelry store in the west is closing its doors after 166 years.
    When F.F. Barss started the business in 1852 he had no idea it would still be making customers happy over a century later. The business got its start during the gold rush.
    “There’s a mine shaft that goes underneath this building and so you didn’t have to go far to find gold,” said current owner Charles Stephens.
    In 1981, when he was 29, Stephens bought the business from
  • Raiders Have Talks About Returning To Coliseum For 2019

    ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) – The Raiders have had their first talks about returning for one final season in Oakland since the city filed suit over the team’s planned move to Las Vegas.
    Oakland Coliseum executive director Scott McKibben said Tuesday that he met with Raiders president Marc Badain last week about a lease for 2019. McKibben called the meeting “meaningful and productive” but gave no other details.
    The two sides had been discussing a $7.5 million lease for 2019 until
  • Third Winter Storm In Three Weeks On Its Way To Sierra

    POLLOCK PINES (CBS13) — Another winter storm is on the way and they are running out of places to put the snow in Pollock Pines. It’s fun to play in but becomes work living in it, especially with a third storm coming in less than two weeks.
    “It’s like ice cream,” said 73-year-old Ralph Ahles as he shoveled snow off his neighbor’s roof
    “He just had a triple bypass a year ago and I told him, ‘Don’t come out here to shovel. Let the old man do it,
  • Couple Weds Just Shy Of Their 90th Birthdays

    MODESTO (CBS13) — It is never too late for love! A nearly 90-year-old-grandmother and her 87-year-old groom tied the knot in a special ceremony in Modesto over the weekend.
    You could call them a match made in heaven.
    “We met over there in the church. He’s a reverend,” said Omega Sullivan (Anderson).
    On Saturday, 89-year-old Sullivan, who turns 90 in May, and her 87-year-old husband, Roy Anderson, tied the knot at Janet’s Flowers and Chapel in Modesto surro
  • Gov. Newsom Appoints Sacramento Mayor to Lead Homelessness Commission

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Governor’s State of the State address zeroed in on a housing crisis that’s left thousands of people on the streets.
    He called it a homelessness epidemic that’ll now get its own commission led by a familiar face, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, who recently declared his own homeless emergency in the state Capitol.
    “There’s another urgent moral issue we must confront. The homelessness epidemic,” Newsom said. “Be
  • Governor To Punish California Cities For Not Building New Homes

    Sacramento (CBS13) — Governor Gavin Newsom is pledging to enhance California’s housing supply goals by punishing cities that don’t approve enough new homes.
    “If we want a California for all we have to build housing for all,” Newsom said.
    In his State of the State address Tuesday, the new governor threatened to hold cities accountable for not acting on affordable housing goals.
    “Two weeks ago the state of California sued the city of Huntington Beach f
  • The Chainsmokers, 5 Seconds Of Summer Coming To Golden 1 Center In Decemeber

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Pop duo The Chainsmokers announced their new “WORLD WAR JOY” tour for this fall and will be stopping in Sacramento on Dec. 1, 2019.
    The artist/producer duo will be joined by 5 Seconds of Summer and rising pop star Lennon Stella.
    Tickets for the tour will go on sale Friday, February 15 at 10 a.m. at Golden1Center.com. Additionally, The Chainsmokers will offer VIP packages for each show with options that include premium seating, an invitation to The Chainsmok
  • The Chainsmokers, 5 Seconds Of Summer Coming To Golden 1 Center In December

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Pop duo The Chainsmokers announced their new “WORLD WAR JOY” tour for this fall and will be stopping in Sacramento on Dec. 1, 2019.
    The artist/producer duo will be joined by 5 Seconds of Summer and rising pop star Lennon Stella.
    Tickets for the tour will go on sale Friday, February 15 at 10 a.m. at Golden1Center.com. Additionally, The Chainsmokers will offer VIP packages for each show with options that include premium seating, an invitation to The Chainsmok
  • Police Looking For 3 Suspects After High-Dollar Ulta Theft

    LINCOLN (CBS13) — Police are looking for three suspects who allegedly stole several thousands of dollars of merchandise from a Lincoln Ulta in under a minute.
    At approximately 12 p.m. Tuesday, police say the three suspects entered the Ulta store on Ferrari Ranch Road and grabbed the highest-priced items, Chanel products, and exited the store without paying.
    (credit: Lincoln Police Department)
    Police said the suspects stole several thousands of dollars worth of merchandise.
    The suspects wer

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