• Four Men Shot In Stockton Bar

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Police say they’re looking for two people in connection with an early morning shooting inside a Stockton bar that sent four men to the hospital.
    One of those victims is reportedly in critical condition. The other three are expected to survive.
    ALSO: Police: Stockton Drug Store Employee, Suspects Exchange Gunfire
    The shooting occurred at El Tahur on East Main Street in Stockton around 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
    CBS13 will update this story when we get more information.
  • Visitors At County Jail Arrested For Trying To Smuggle In Meth, Marijuana, And THC

    SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) — The San Joaquin Sheriff’s Office said two separate visitors at the San Joaquin County Jail were caught trying to smuggle drugs into the jail.
    (credit: San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office)
    The Sheriff’s office said the first visitor, Crystal Ann Stevenson, was caught with 2.2 grams of meth and 2.1 grams of THC on her. When the controlled substances were found, the patrol was called and charges were filed. Officials then searched Stevenson&rsquo
  • Caught On Camera: Man Pretends To Rob Store, Then Turns Around And Actually Robs It

    MODESTO (CBS13) — A bizarre crime was caught on camera in Modesto. Officers said a man pretended to rob a store, then seconds later, he really did.
    Police think he was planning to rob the place the whole time but did not have the guts to follow through, so he played it off as a joke.
    The incident happened more than a month ago at the Stop N’ Save on Yosemite Boulevard near Riverside Drive. Just before 3:30 a.m. on March 19, a man dressed in a hooded jacket with a light-blue cloth cov
  • Firefighters Rescue Kitten Stuck In Engine Compartment

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Some Sacramento firefighters rescued a kitten Thursday, but it wasn’t stuck in a tree.
    (credit: Sacramento Fire)
    The kitten was found stuck in an engine compartment of a Ford Fusion, that had just traveled from Salinas to the Arden Fair Mall.
    READ ALSO: Initiative Aims To Combat Climate Change By Charging Restaurant Customers An Extra 1% On Their Bills
    Luckily, the firefighters in Engine 19 responded and got “Clutch” out safely. One of the firefi
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  • New App Hopes To Create E-Commerce Niche For Local Retailers

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Amazon has changed the way business is done, but not for the better for small business owners. Luckily there’s an app for that called Nytch.
    A Well-Stocked Home in Woodland is the creation of Kelly Newsom.
    “We consider ourselves a curator of lifestyle, plants, specialty gifts,” said Newsom.
    This former big-business executive turned small-town entrepreneur wanted to live and work where she grew up.
    “We are really unique to Woodland because we did
  • Sheep Shenanigans Overwhelm Family In Lincoln Backyard

    LINCOLN (CBS13) — Sheep shenanigans in a Lincoln backyard. It’s video that has thousands of people online chuckling. Flocks of sheep are out cleaning up open spaces to help prevent wildfires.Scott Russo just had to record the moment hundreds of sheep filed into his backyard Monday night.
    “We opened the gate to give the girls a better look,” said Erin Russo.
    The sheep were grazing in open space beyond their back gate, but once it opened the once skittish sheep became bold.
  • Folsom Grad Jonah Williams Drafted 11th By The Bengals

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The Cincinnati Bengals picked Folsom High grad Jonah Williams 11th overall in Thursday’s NFL Draft.
    CBS Sports predicts “He’s a starting NFL offensive lineman, either at right tackle, or perhaps even at guard. Some scouts even think he could be a Pro Bowl center.”
    With the #11 overall pick in the 2019 @NFLDraft, the @Bengals select OT Jonah Williams! #NFLDraft (by @Bose) pic.twitter.com/0NRB4uhuQU
    — NFL (@NFL) April 26, 2019Williams is 6&r
  • Mayor Announces $45M Plan For Old Sacramento Waterfront

    OLD SACRAMENTO (CBS13) —  Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg unveiled a new plan to bring more visitors to the historic district and waterfront in Old Sacramento Thursday.
    #Breaking .@Mayor_Steinberg announces waterfront plan with floating terraces, festival lawn, and iconic water fount…twitter.com/i/web/status/1…—stevelarge (@largesteven) April 26, 2019
    Steinberg announced a waterfront plan with floating terraces, a festival lawn, and an iconic water fountain. He
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  • Who Are The Attorneys Investigating The Sexual Assault Claim Against Luke Walton?

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The NBA and the Sacramento Kings announced a joint investigation into sexual assault allegations aimed at new Kings new head coach Luke Walton.
    Former TV reporter Kelli Tennant filed a lawsuit on April 22, 2019, alleging that she was sexually assaulted by Luke Walton.
    Former sports reporter Kelli Tennant filed a lawsuit on Monday alleging that Walton sexually assaulting her in a Santa Monica hotel room. The alleged incident happened between 2014-2016 while Walton was a
  • Family Flew From Sacramento To Nashville For The 2019 NFL Draft

    NASHVILLE (CBS13) — Over 300,000 fans from across the country are expected to be in Nashville for the 2019 NFL Draft festivities. How far would you go to support your NFL team? Over 2,200 miles? CBS13’s Sara Hodges met a family that did just that, coming all the way from Sacramento for a weekend of fun!
    It’s a divided house up in the Luna household. They come from a long bloodline of Cardinals fans, but there’s always that one in the family who strays.
    “I really lik
  • Man Hurt In South Sacramento Shooting

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Police say a man sustained non-life-threatening injuries in a shooting Thursday afternoon.
    Officials said the incident happened around 3:20 p.m. when reports of a shooting were called in on the 7600 block of West Stockton Boulevard. Police have arrested a suspect in connection to the shooting.
    Sacramento Police said officers are investigating the incident and said there is no threat to the public at this time.
  • Mother Arrested For Murder, Child Cruelty In Toddler’s Death

    OLIVEHURST (CBS13) — A 31-year-old Olivehurst woman was arrested Wednesday following a four-month Coroner’s investigation into the suspicious death of her child in December 2018.
    The Yolo County Sheriff’s Department arrested Eleana M. Carbajal in connection to the death of her son, who would have turned two in February. Deputies said the toddler was pronounced dead at Rideout Hospital just after 6:30 a.m. on Dec. 24.
    READ ALSO: Sheriff: Man Arrested For Lewd Acts With 12-Y
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  • Does The Kitchen In Sacramento Deserve To Be Named 30th Best Restaurant In US? Readers Weigh In

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The Kitchen, a stand-out restaurant in the Sacramento area, is getting some national praise after it placed 30th on a 24-7 Wall Street Review study of the best restaurants in America.
    In order for restaurants to have been considered for the list, they had to have earned a triple-A five-diamond rating, and at least a one-star review on the Michelin guide.
    Response to news of the restaurant’s honor was mixed, with some people saying they love the food and the exper
  • Police Officer Rescues Modesto Girl, 17, From Human Trafficking In San Rafael

    SAN RAFAEL (CBS13) – A police officer is being credited with rescuing a Modesto teen from human trafficking in San Rafael.
    San Rafael police say Corporal Lilah Gavlick was patrolling the 700 block of E. Francisco Boulevard on April 19 when, around 2:30 a.m., she spotted a car driving through the parking lot of a motel without a front license plate.
    Cpl. Gavlick pulled over the car as it drove towards the Interstate 580 on-ramp.
    Four people were inside the car, three men and one girl. The g
  • Large Boat Dumped Along Rural Stockton Road

    STOCKTON (CBS13) – Someone recently took a different take on the nautical term “abandon ship.”
    A large boat was dumped along S. Cal Pack and Klein roads in Stockton, near the dead end, according to a statement from the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office.
    “We need to work together to keep our community clean,” the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office stated.
    Deputies are looking for information that would lead them to the boat’s owners.
  • Video Shows Bear Opening Car Door In South Lake Tahoe

    SOUTH LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) – A homeowner came out to their car recently and found their car door had been opened.
    (credit: Ring.com)
    When they checked their security camera, they found it wasn’t a person who opened the door, but a bear that had been wandering through the neighborhood.
    On the video, you can see the bear easily open the door and walk away, presumably scared off by the car’s interior lights.
     
  • VIDEO: Hundreds Of Sheep, And A Few Goats, Swarm Lincoln Family’s Backyard

    LINCOLN (CBS13) – A whole flock of sheep made themselves right at home in a Lincoln family’s backyard.
    Scott Russo says the sheep were grazing on the field behind his house, working as natural lawn mowers.
    His two young daughters apparently wanted to get a closer look, so they opened up the back gate – but then in came the whole flock, along with some goats.
    It took Russo’s wife jumping up and down on a trampoline, making a lot of noise, to get the flock to leave.
    The fam
  • Concerns Raised As California’s Infants At Work Proposal Passes First Committee

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Questions are being raised about California’s plan to allow state workers to bring their infants to work.
    Assembly Bill 372 passed the Public Employment and Retirement Committee with a unanimous 7-0 vote, but lawmakers raised several concerns about the bill, including negative reactions, implementation, and parents not using their full medical leave in a rush to get back to work.
    The proposed legislation would allow state employees to bring their infants to work
  • 2nd Teen Comes Forward In Vacaville Suspicious Vehicle Incidents

    VACAVILLE (CBS13) – An incident that scared a teen enough for her to hide behind a car has neighbors concerned about human trafficking.
    Back on April 3, a girl says she was walking on Ulatis Drive, near Leisure Town Road, when she noticed a car following her.
    In surveillance video from a neighbor in the area, the girl can be seen hiding behind a parked truck as the suspicious driver apparently tried to get her attention. She then runs off once the driver started to leave.
    Now, a second tee
  • West Sacramento Auto Shop Burglary Suspect Arrested

    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A man is under arrest after he allegedly got into a West Sacramento auto shop to try and burglarize it.
    The incident happened early Thursday morning at the Firestone Complete Auto Care shop on Ikea Court.
    West Sacramento police say someone called 911 to report they saw what looked like a burglar inside the shop. Officers responded and spotted the suspect inside, so they made a perimeter around the shop.
    Multiple warnings were given to the suspect, but officers say
  • Ride Sac RT Buses, Light Rail For Free On Thursday

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Sacramento Regional Transit wants you to take a ride for National Get On Board Day.
    It’s a day that showcases and supports all the benefits public transportation has on the community.
    ⁦.⁦@CBSSacramento⁩ who says there’s no such thing as a free ride. There is today. #sacrt pic.twitter.com/9TbFr5lIOW
    — Dan Mitchinson (@dmitchinson) April 25, 2019To celebrate, Sac RT is offering free rides all day long to everyone who boards a bus or li
  • Bill Aims To Protect Party Bus Drivers From Second-Hand Cannabis Smoke

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Cannabis tourism is an industry that has grown from the legalization of marijuana in California. Now lawmakers are pushing a bill to protect drivers of party buses and limousines from the effects of second-hand cannabis smoke.
    Victor Pinho is the owner and operator of Emerald Farm Tours based in San Francisco. His bus company takes customers on tours similar to those taking place in wine country.
    “We are being respectful,” said Pinho. “Just like you w
  • Combat Veteran With PTSD Charged For Allegedly Driving Into Crowd Of People

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Sacramento State graduate and combat veteran is in jail and charged with attempted murder after police say he deliberately drove into a crowd of people in the Sunnyvale.
    Eight people are recovering from that crash, including a 13-year-old in critical condition. The FBI has ruled out domestic terrorism.
    Isaiah Peoples served in the Iraq War and saw combat action. His mother and brother live in Sacramento. They say Peoples was honorably discharged from the Army af
  • Thunder Valley Adds Shows To Summer Concert Series

    LINCOLN (CBS13) — Are you ready for summer? Thunder Valley Casino and Resort is, with a full lineup of concerts for the hot summer nights.
    Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. for Thunder Rewards Members and Saturday at 10 a.m. for the general public.
    The concerts include:
    Bad CompanyJune 7 at 7:30 p.m.
    V101’s Summmer Jam: M.C. Hammer, Blackstreet, En Vogue, Montell Jordan, and moreJune 8 at 6 p.m.
    Foreigner with Andrew HagarJune 14 at 7 p.m.
    Khuc Tinh Xua, a Vietnamese concert 
  • Initiative Aims To Combat Climate Change By Charging Restaurant Customers An Extra 1% On Their Bills

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Changes could be coming to your favorite restaurant thanks to a statewide initiative just being announced Wednesday, called Restore California Renewable Restaurants.
    Restaurant owners have the option of charging customers an additional 1% on their bills that would go to help stop climate change. Payments will be gathered by the California Air Resources Board and spent on implementing carbon plans on farms and ranches across California, boosting healthy soil, according
  • Sheriff: Man Arrested For Unlawful Relationship With A 12-Year-Old

    SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) — San Joaquin County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 21-year-old Tuesday who allegedly had an unlawful relationship with a child.
    On Tuesday, the Sheriff’s office received a call of a missing 12-year-old girl who was last seen getting into a vehicle with an adult male at French Camp Elementary, a school she no longer attended. Deputies said an employee recognized the child as a past student but not the driver. The employee contacted the mother of the ch
  • Sheriff: Man Arrested For Lewd Acts With 12-Year-Old Girl

    SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) — San Joaquin County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 21-year-old Tuesday who allegedly had an unlawful relationship with a child.
    On Tuesday, the Sheriff’s office received a call of a missing 12-year-old girl who was last seen getting into a vehicle with an adult male at French Camp Elementary, a school she no longer attended. Deputies said an employee recognized the child as a past student. The employee did not recognize the driver. They then contacted
  • Sheriff: Man Arrested For Dating A 12-Year-Old

    SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) — San Joaquin County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a 21-year-old Tuesday who allegedly had an unlawful relationship with a child.
    On Tuesday, the Sheriff’s office received a call of a missing 12-year-old girl who was last seen getting into a vehicle with an adult male at French Camp Elementary, a school she no longer attended. Deputies said an employee recognized the child as a past student but not the driver. The employee contacted the mother of the ch
  • Woman With Down Syndrome Becomes A Pilot For A Day

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Roseville woman with Down Syndrome has reached new heights. She became a pilot for a day with the help of a retired Southwest Airlines captain.
    Tracy and Steve in the plane. (credit: Steve Snyder)
    Pilot Steve Snyder and his co-pilot Tracy Sharp were grinning from ear to ear Wednesday. They’ll never forget the three-hour adventure where Tracy even took the controls during their flight. They flew to Willows for some lunch and then came back home.
    Fire crews
  • Sacramento’s The Kitchen Ranks 30th On List Of Best Restaurants In America

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Sacramento restaurant is ranked among the best in the country.
    The Kitchen Restaurant on Hurley way near Howe Avenue placed 30th on a 24-7 Wall Street Review study. The survey looked at restaurants that have earned a triple-A five-diamond rating, and at least a one-star review on the Michelin guide.
    READ ALSO: Rise &Shine: Here Are Sacramento’s Top 5 Breakfast And Brunch Spots
    The restaurant offers a fixed-price menu in an open setting.
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