• Woodland Police K-9 On The Mend

    WOODLAND (CBS13) — K-9 Niko of the Woodland Police Department is recovering after leg surgery.
    The police department says he had surgery to repair what would be the human equivalent of a sprained or torn ACL.
    ALSO: Police: Rock-Throwing Woman Tries To Bite K-9Niko is expected to make a full recovery and will be returning to the force soon.
  • Search On For Suspects After Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 1 Injured In South Natomas

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police are investigating a Sunday afternoon shooting that left one man dead and another with non-life threatening injuries.
    Just before 2:30 p.m., Sacramento police responded to El Camino Avenue and Stonecreek Drive after receiving multiple calls of shots fired.
    Bret Benzinger heard the gunshots from the first floor of his South Natomas apartment just outside of his living room window.
    “I heard several shots 8 in a row, I immediately fell to the ground,” Be
  • Vigil For South Sacramento Shooting Victim

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) —
    Tearful goodbyes in Freeport Park tonight, where a candlelight vigil was held for a mother of two who was killed in a south Sacramento shooting.
    Officers say Erica Frazier was shot and killed in an apartment complex late Friday night.
    Three other people, including a 4-year-old boy, were injured in the shooting.
    ALSO: 4 People, Including 4-Year-Old Boy, Shot In South Sacramento
    That four-year-old is in stable condition tonight.
    No one has been arrested.
  • Caught On Camera: Kayaking On Stockton’s Flooded Streets

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — One Stockton resident took advantage of Sunday afternoon’s storm to have some fun.
    A viewer captured a neighbor kayaking in front of his home.ALSO: Stockton Streets Turn Into Rivers Of Ice
    Rain and hail pounded Stockton on Sunday, flooding numerous streets.
    Police closed busy Hammer Lane because of standing water for several hours Sunday afternoon.
     
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  • Stockton Streets Turn Into Rivers Of Ice

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Sunday afternoon’s storm pounded Stockton with rain and hail.
    Dozens of people sent CBS13 videos and pictures, and take a look at this one.ALSO: Sacramento Weather: Here Come The Thunderstorms
    This video shows residential streets in Stockton looking more like the Great Lakes in winter.
    If you have any weather photos or videos you want to send us, please email them to news@kovr.com.
  • Two Shot In South Natomas, One Killed

    UPDATE 5:56 p.m. — Sacramento Police say two males were shot around 2:30 Sunday afternoon. One died at the scene. The other is at a nearby hospital in stable condition.
    Police say this shooting, that occurred in the 2600 block of Stonecreek Drive, was targeted.
    Officers are not releasing any additional information at this time and say this is an ongoing investigation.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento Police are investigating a shooting in Natomas.
    This is at El Camino and Stonecreek D
  • Repeated Break-Ins Scare New Sacramento Homeowner

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Sacramento nurse who put her life savings into a home on Sacramento’s U Street is now thinking of selling after having spent only one night in the house.
    Homeless people have targeted the property moving into the garage and even taking a bath inside the home. The family says police aren’t doing enough and are fearful they will lose money now if they have to sell.
    The homeowner says the property is now a nightmare. The young nurse is worried about her safe
  • BREAKING: Shooting In Natomas

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento Police are investigating a shooting in Natomas.
    This is at El Camino and Stonecreek Drive.
    Sac PD investigating a shooting in the area of West El Camino Avenue and Stonecreek Drive. PIO on scene and will provide update soon. Media – Please stage at El Camino Avenue / Seamist Drive. #sacpd pic.twitter.com/QoRC9mOqgt
    — Sacramento Police (@SacPolice) May 19, 2019ALSO: 4 People, Including 4-Year-Old Boy, Shot In South Sacramento
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  • Hammer Lane In Stockton Reopened

    UPDATE 8:29 p.m. — Stockton Police tell CBS13 Hammer Lane is now open again.
    UPDATE 5:29 p.m. — Police say Hammer Lane is now also closed at Quail Lakes.
    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Stockton Police say Hammer Lane is closed due to flooding.This is between Lorraine Ave and Girardi Way.
    Breaking News:Hammer Lane is being temporarily shut down between Lorraine Ave and Girardi Way due to flooding. pic.twitter.com/pVbQh26Mv2
    — Stockton Police Dept (@StocktonPolice) May 19, 2019ALSO:&nb
  • BREAKING: Hammer Lane In Stockton Closed

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Stockton Police say Hammer Lane is closed due to flooding.This is between Lorraine Ave and Girardi Way.
    Breaking News:Hammer Lane is being temporarily shut down between Lorraine Ave and Girardi Way due to flooding. pic.twitter.com/pVbQh26Mv2
    — Stockton Police Dept (@StocktonPolice) May 19, 2019ALSO: Sacramento Weather: Thunderstorms
    There is no estimated time for the road to reopen.
    Stay with CBS13 all evening for the latest storm coverage, and join us online
  • Hometown Pros: One-On-One With Sac Republic FC’s Cam Iwasa

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Republic FC captain Cam Iwasa is Sacramento to his core.
    “I mean number one for me it’s just home,” he says. It’s everything I’ve known for the large majority of my life.”
    The Jesuit graduate has carved out a historic career for his hometown club, but the former Marauder’s skills go beyond the pitch.
    “When I was younger baseball was what I thought I was going to do,” he says.
    Iwasa shared the diamond with former hom
  • Pipe Bombs Found In Grass Valley

    GRASS VALLEY (CBS13) — The Grass Valley Police Department says an anonymous tip led officers to several pipe bombs located inside a home.
    Police arrested Mary Dalton of Grass Valley for possession of a destructive device.
    ALSO: Police Remove Pipebomb From Lincoln Neighborhood
    Placer County Sheriff’s Office’s Explosive Ordinance Disposal assisted and rendered the items safe.
    Dalton is expected to appear in court this week.
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  • Man Injured In South Sacramento Shooting Upgraded To Stable Condition

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Doctors have upgraded the condition of one of the four people shot Friday night in south Sacramento from critical to serious.
    One woman was killed in that shooting. Family and friends plan to gather Sunday night to remember her.
    ALSO: 4 People, Including 4-Year-Old Boy, Shot In South Sacramento
    The other people shot, including a young boy, are in stable condition.
    Police have not released the names of any suspects and they have not given a motive.
  • Sacramento Weather: Here Come The Thunderstorms

    UPDATE 2:41 p.m. —
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Thunderstorms are expected to start popping up across the valley Sunday afternoon.
    The National Weather Service we may see hail and funnel clouds.
    1:20pm update – Thunderstorms are developing across the Valley. Small accumulating hail, heavy rain, frequent lightning, & even a funnel cloud are possible with these storms. Remember, take shelter if a storm forms near you! #CAwx pic.twitter.com/f2DzbZd8MD
    — NWS Sacramento (@NWSSacra
  • Modesto Fire Rescues Man From Car Crashed Into Canal

    MODESTO (CBS13) — Modesto Fire crews responded to a call of a car that left the road and went into a canal on Friday night.
    When they arrived on the scene, they found a man sitting on the roof of his submerged vehicle.
    ALSO: Modesto Detectives Arrest Wanted Murder Suspect
    Firefighters used a ladder to reach the man and bring him to safety.
    The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
  • Sierra Weather: Snow, Snow, Snow!

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Up in the mountains on Saturday, snow!
    On this day in the middle of May, a Sierra snow storm.
    Drivers heading over the mountain, facing frigid conditions.
    ALSO: Rain Dampens Weekend Plans Across Sacramento
    Vong Keopadubsy brought his family to the mountains for the freezing fun.
    “Snowing in May? Hahaha,” says Keopadubsy.
    They weren’t alone.
    UC Davis students came up to enjoy the scene and to fly fish.
    After seven hours in the freezing temperature
  • Rain Dampens Weekend Plans Across Sacramento

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Arden Fair Mall is one of the places people went on Saturday to get a respite from all the rain.
    Raindrops fell nearly all day into night, ruining the planned photo opp for some senior balls.
    “Pictures were a lot harder to take we were supposed to take them at the Leland Stanford Mansion but that didn’t really work out,” says Jennifer Rodriguez
    Slick roads caused slides and spinouts, though no one was seriously hurt in one of many crashes on Highway 5
  • Fire At Loaves And Fishes Displaces 14 Women

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento Fire Department says a fire broke out Saturday afternoon at Loaves And Fishes On North C Street.
    It happened at St. Mary’s House, which part of the campus.
    ALSO: Veteran In Stable Condition After Homeless Man Allegedly Dropped Tripod Dropped Into Windshield
    Investigators say the fire started in a food service area and does not appear suspicious.
    14 women who were living there are now displaced.
  • Compassion On The Court: Meet Xzander

    ROCKLIN (CBS13) — Cheers for a classmate, coming straight from the heart.
    We hit the local schoolyard that comes alive when this young man hits the court.
    It doesn’t get any sweeter than this, when a moment in sports turns into a life lesson on how to bring love in a very big way.
    On any given court, on any given day, there’s an athlete taking flight.
    But on this court, there’s an athlete who’s been given special wings.
    “Xzander is an angel. He’s an ange
  • Slideshow: Drunk Driver Demolishes Cars And Parts Of Buildings, Says CHP

    SONORA (CBS13) — CHP says a drunk driver caused chaos in the small town of Jamestown. That’s in Tuolumne County.
    Officers say 20-year-old Addam Smith drove onto a sidewalk and sideswiped a parked car.
    They say he then hit supports for a deck, causing it to fall on the Honda.
    But it didn’t end there.Officers say Smith then continued to drive on the sidewalk and slammed into awning supports at a restaurant. He then hit a Jeep before stopping his vehicle, they say.
    Eyewitnesses to
  • Senior Seniors Graduate From Sac State

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Saturday, a retired couple mark off a major milestone, as they walk the stage together, earning their degrees from Sac State.
    College was always on their bucket list.
    Debra and Charles Beckham enjoyed successful careers in the technology field.
    Charles was a V.P at Sun Microsystems before launching his own startup.
    But both felt something missing.
    “For a long time it was on our bucket list,” says Charles.
    ALSO: Natomas And Inderkum High Schools Move Gr
  • Stockton Police: One Man Dead In Shooting

    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Police in Stockton are looking for clues in a Saturday afternoon shooting.
    It happened on the 200 block of East Bianchi Road just after 4:00 p.m.
    ALSO: Stockton Criminal Homicides Up 30%, Year To Date
    Police responded to a shooting call to find a man dead on the scene.
    They are now looking for suspects. If you have any information about the homicide, you are asked to call the Stockton Police Department at (209) 937-8377.
  • Natomas And Inderkum High Schools Move Graduations Due To Weather

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Weather is forcing Natomas and Inderkum High Schools to move their graduations.
    Grads will now walk the stage at Golden 1 Center in downtown Sacramento.
    ALSO: Hundreds Of Special Needs Students Compete In Natomas
    The graduations will be held on the same days and time as regularly scheduled.
    The schools usually hold their graduations outdoors, but the district says heavy rains and lightning do not mix well with metal bleachers.
  • Wet Weather Forces Events Across Region To Seek Shelter

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The calendar says May, but it looks more like March outside.
    The rain has been persistent Saturday, and it is forcing some people to make big changes in their plans.
    At Cal Expo, a concert called “Fish Fest” is normally like an outdoor picnic. But this year the rain forced a change in plans.
    ALSO: Wet Weather Washes Out Bride’s Big Day!
    “Fish Fest” attracts thousands of people each year, people celebrate their faith and listen to some
  • Overturned Car Hauler Blocking Traffic On Highway 99

    UPDATE 4:38 p.m. — The area is still highly congested. Traffic is backed up on both sides of Highway 99 because of the crash.
    UPDATE 3:29 p.m. — California Highway Patrol says the big rig was hauling at least eight cars when it overturned.
    The vehicles being hauled detached from the truck.
    There is no estimate as to when the scene will be clear.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — An overturned car hauler is blocking a lane of southbound Highway 99.
    This is just south of Elk Grove.
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  • Vacaville Police: Wanted Felon Nabbed Shoplifting From Outlet Store

    VACAVILLE (CBS13) — Fast-thinking retail workers are to thank for putting a wanted felon back behind bars.
    Police say workers at one of the Vacaville Outlet stores recognized a woman this past Wednesday who had reportedly robbed a similar store in the Bay Area recently.
    ALSO: Armed Robber Targets Vacaville Outlet Store
    The employees contacted police who tracked down the suspect’s car.
    Vacaville Police say 34-year-old Crystal Sandling had large amounts of brand-new clothing in he
  • Modesto Detectives Arrest Wanted Murder Suspect

    MODESTO (CBS13) — Modesto Police have located and arrested a murder suspect.
    Detectives say they arrested 37-year-old Joseph Chapman on Friday night during a traffic stop.
    ALSO: Do You Recognize This Man? Modesto Police Want A Word With Him
    Chapman was wanted in connection with the murder of Christina Hill.
    Hill’s body was found in the driveway of a business on May 13.
    Chapman is facing charges of murder and committing a crime while out on bail.
  • Fallen Sacramento Sheriff’s Deputy Receives Posthumous Degree

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The family of Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Mark V. Stasyuk accepted a posthumous degree on his behalf Saturday morning.
    This was during Sac State’s College of Health & Human Services graduation ceremony.
    ALSO: Dutch Bros Raises $62,647 For Fallen Deputy Stasyuk’s Memorial Fund
    In 2016, Stasyuk attended Sacramento State as a criminal justice major while working for the Sheriff’s Department.
    He was shot and killed while on duty in S
  • BREAKING: Overturned Car Hauler On Highway 99

    UPDATE 3:29 p.m. — California Highway Patrol says the big rig was hauling at least eight cars when it overturned.
    The vehicles being hauled detached from the truck.
    There is no estimate as to when the scene will be clear.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — An overturned car hauler is blocking a lane of southbound Highway 99.
    This is just south of Elk Grove.
    Hwy 99 SBjust south of Elk Grove the #1 lane is blocked due to an overturned car hauler. Pass with caution. pic.twitter.com/EmnpZDyvh0
  • Fire Displaces Four In Sacramento

    ROSEMONT (CBS13) — Metro Fire battled a house fire early Saturday morning on Tywood Court.
    That’s in the Rosemont area of Sacramento County.
    ALSO: 6 Months After Deadliest Wildfire In California, Water Found With Elevated Levels Of Cancer-Causing Benzene
    Firefighters say they arrived to find heavy flames coming from the home.
    Four people were displaced by the blaze. They received assistance from the Red Cross.
    Luckily, no one was hurt.

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