• What We Know About Stockton Police Officer Jimmy Inn

    What We Know About Stockton Police Officer Jimmy Inn
    SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) – Optimistic, caring, and always ready to help anyone who needed it. Those are just some of the ways Stockton police Officer Jimmy Inn was described to CBS13 today.
    Inn was shot and killed in the line of duty on Tuesday.
    Stockton Police Department Chief Eric Jones spoke publicly today about Ofc. Inn and called him well-liked throughout the Stockton Police Department and was known as someone who always had a positive attitude.
    Inn was a 5-year veteran of the force
  • Stockton Police Officer Jimmy Inn Killed After Responding To Domestic Violence Call; Suspect Also Killed

    Stockton Police Officer Jimmy Inn Killed After Responding To Domestic Violence Call; Suspect Also Killed
    STOCKTON (CBS13) — A Stockton police officer is dead after being shot Tuesday while responding to a domestic violence call.
    Stockton police confirm that 30-year-old Officer Jimmy Inn was shot late Tuesday morning while responding to a domestic violence call.
    Around 9:45 a.m. the Stockton Dispatch Center received a call of a disturbance in the 4400 block of La Cresta Way in North Stockton.
    The caller reported hearing screaming and saw a woman with a ripped shirt who was bleeding and appeare
  • 1 Person Detained After Grass Fire In West Sacramento

    1 Person Detained After Grass Fire In West Sacramento
    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – One person is under arrest, suspected of intentionally starting a fire in a nature area in the Southport community of West Sacramento.
    The fire happened in a grassy area near Village Parkway and South River Road.
    Witnesses told authorities that someone set the fire on purpose. That person was located and detained by police.
    The fire remains under investigation.
  • Fire Burns Multiple Mobile Homes In Sacramento

    Fire Burns Multiple Mobile Homes In Sacramento
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Four mobile homes in Sacramento were destroyed by fire on Tuesday.
    The fire happened at a mobile home park in the 7100 block of Tranquility Drive.
    A search of the homes by firefighters turned up no victims. No injuries reported.Containment has been achieved as a total of 4 mobile homes have been damaged by fire. Crews are working to extinguish the remaining fire. So far, all structures have checked clear on primary searches. No injuries reported. pic.twitter.com/FBB6ii
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  • West Sacramento Family Describes Being Attacked In Their Apartment

    West Sacramento Family Describes Being Attacked In Their Apartment
    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Authorities are investigating a reported sexual assault during a break-in at a West Sacramento apartment complex.
    The incidents happened early Tuesday morning at the Courtyard Village apartments off Evergreen Circle.
    Officers confirmed that there were multiple reports of break-ins at the complex. A sexual assault was reported as part of one of the break-ins, police say.
    One couple believed to be among the victims shared their experiences with CBS13.
    “I saw t
  • Slain Stockton Police Officer Identified As Jimmy Inn

    Slain Stockton Police Officer Identified As Jimmy Inn
    STOCKTON (CBS13) — The latest on a shooting involving an officer in Stockton on Tuesday:
    4:18 p.m.
    Chief Eric Jones says Ofc. Inn was responding to a domestic violence call. He arrived at the home where a caller said they saw a bleeding woman who appeared to have been assaulted.
    The suspect shot Ofc. Inn while he was in front of the home.
    Another officer arrived at the scene and the suspect came out of the home with a child and began strangling the child in front of the officer, said Jones
  • Slain Stockton Officer Identified As Ofc. Jimmy Inn

    Slain Stockton Officer Identified As Ofc. Jimmy Inn
    STOCKTON (CBS13) — The latest on a shooting involving an officer in Stockton on Tuesday:
    4:18 p.m.
    Chief Eric Jones says Ofc. Inn was responding to a domestic violence call. He arrived at the home where a caller said they saw a bleeding woman who appeared to have been assaulted.
    The suspect shot Ofc. Inn while he was in front of the home.
    Another officer arrived at the scene and the suspect came out of the home with a child and began strangling the child in front of the officer, said Jones
  • Body Found In California Aqueduct Near Westley, Detectives Investigating

    Body Found In California Aqueduct Near Westley, Detectives Investigating
    WESTLEY (CBS13) — Authorities are investigating after the body of a man was found in the California Aqueduct near Westley early Tuesday afternoon.
    The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office says deputies responded to the area of the aqueduct near the 6700 block of McCracken Road to investigate a report of a person in the water.
    At the scene, deputies found a deceased man in the canal.
    Exactly how he came to be in the canal, and how he died, is now under investigation.
    No other details ab
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  • Stockton Police Officer And Suspect Dead After Shooting

    Stockton Police Officer And Suspect Dead After Shooting
    STOCKTON (CBS13) — The latest on a shooting involving an officer in Stockton on Tuesday:
    1:12 p.m.
    Stockton police say the officer who was involved in Tuesday morning’s shooting has died from his injuries.
    The name of the officer has not been released at this point.
    Police also say that the suspect who was also involved in the shooting has died from his injuries.
    It’s still unclear exactly what led up to the shooting.
    A press conference is scheduled for 4 p.m. on Tuesday.SPD Ne
  • Stockton Police Officer And Suspect Shot, Conditions Unknown

    Stockton Police Officer And Suspect Shot, Conditions Unknown
    STOCKTON (CBS13) — The latest on a shooting involving an officer in Stockton on Tuesday:
    11:31 a.m.
    Stockton police confirm that one of their officers and the suspect were shot in the incident.
    Both the officer and suspect have been taken to the hospital. The suspect has only been identified by police as a male at this point.
    The conditions of the officer and suspect are unknown.
    10:50 a.m.
    Stockton police say they are investigating an officer-involved shooting.
    The incident happened late
  • Developing: Stockton Police Investigating Officer-Involved Shooting

    Developing: Stockton Police Investigating Officer-Involved Shooting
    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Stockton police say they are investigating an officer-involved shooting.
    The incident happened late Tuesday morning along the 4400 block of La Cresta Way.SPD News:Officer-Involved-Shooting Investigation
    We are currently investigating an officer-involved-shooting in the 4400 block of La Cresta Way.Please avoid the area.More details to follow. pic.twitter.com/vrJDZfPOhY
    — Stockton Police Dept (@StocktonPolice) May 11, 2021Police have not said whether officers or a su
  • Gov. Newsom Proposes $12 Billion In New Funding To House California’s Homeless

    Gov. Newsom Proposes $12 Billion In New Funding To House California’s Homeless
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP/CBS13) – Gov. Gavin Newsom has proposed $12 billion in new funding to get more people experiencing homelessness in California into housing and to “functionally end family homelessness” within five years.
    Newsom’s plan was announced in a statement and he was expected to provide more details at a media event Tuesday morning in San Diego County. The first-term Democrat faces a recall election, mounted by Republicans and others unhappy with the way he has ha
  • VIDEO: Man Steals Sailboat, Gets Stuck On Tower Bridge

    VIDEO: Man Steals Sailboat, Gets Stuck On Tower Bridge
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man is facing charges after authorities say he stole a sailboat but couldn’t navigate under the Tower Bridge.
    Police say the man took the boat around 9 p.m. near the docks of Old Sacramento.
    But, the suspect didn’t get far after the boat got stuck in the Tower Bridge.
    At one point, the man jumped off the boat and into the Sacramento River. He tried to swim away, but had to grab onto one of the pillars.
    He was eventually rescued and arrested. Police have n
  • 48-Year-Old Man Dies After Stabbing In Folsom

    48-Year-Old Man Dies After Stabbing In Folsom
    FOLSOM (CBS13) – A Folsom man is under arrest for allegedly stabbing another man to death with a knife.
    Just before 10 a.m. Friday, police received the report of a stabbing in the 50 Block of Natoma Street, near the Folsom Community Center. Officers went to the scene and found a homeless man with “serious” knife wounds to his stomach. He was taken to the hospital where he later died, according to a Folsom Police Department statement.
    Gary Allen (credit: Folsom PD)
    The witness w
  • Weekly Capitol Mall Farmers Market Set To Return On June 16

    Weekly Capitol Mall Farmers Market Set To Return On June 16
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Downtown Sacramento’s farmers market is coming back.
    Organizers say the market is scheduled for Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. starting June 16 at 6th Street and Capitol Mall.
    More than 25 vendors are expected to be out at the market, and organizers hope for more.
    A new program is also being offered at the market which will offer local chefs priority pick-up.
    Measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 will still be in place, organizers say, including limitin
  • Break-Ins, Sexual Assault Reported At West Sacramento Apartment Complex; Suspect Arrested

    Break-Ins, Sexual Assault Reported At West Sacramento Apartment Complex; Suspect Arrested
    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Authorities are investigating a reported sexual assault during a break-in at a West Sacramento apartment complex.
    The incidents happened early Tuesday morning at the Courtyard apartments off Evergreen Circle.
    Officers confirmed that there were multiple reports of break-ins at the complex. A sexual assault was reported as part of one of the break-ins, police say.
    An extensive search of the area resulted in the arrest of a suspect.
    Police say they do not believe the
  • 2 Break-Ins, Sexual Assault Reported At West Sacramento Apartment Complex

    2 Break-Ins, Sexual Assault Reported At West Sacramento Apartment Complex
    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Authorities are investigating after a reported sexual assault during a break-in at a West Sacramento apartment complex.
    The incidents happened early Tuesday morning at the Courtyard apartments off Evergreen Circle.
    Officers confirmed that there were two reports of break-ins at the complex. A sexual assault was reported as part of one of the break-ins, police say.
    No information has been released on the second incident.
    Police have not released a description of the
  • Sacramento’s Tower Cafe Appears Set To Reopen In July

    Sacramento’s Tower Cafe Appears Set To Reopen In July
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A beloved Sacramento institution appears set to reopen after being closed for over a year.
    Tower Cafe is set to reopen on July 20, according to the iconic restaurant’s Yelp page.
    The popular brunch spot has been closed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving many to wonder if they would ever reopen.
    A message apologizing for the temporary closure has been posted to the restaurant’s website for most of the past year.
    “Our hearts go out to all
  • Trap, Tag, Haze: New Efforts To Get Bears To Behave In Tahoe Area

    Trap, Tag, Haze: New Efforts To Get Bears To Behave In Tahoe Area
    TAHOE (CBS13) – Tahoe is a roaring tourist attraction year-round, but when the snow melts, that’s when experts say black bears pose a threat – and it’s getting worse every year.
    “It’s a real problem every summer. It was heightened last year during COVID with so many people looking to get out of the city,” said Peter Tira, a spokesperson with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. “We are seeing bears become more bold, jumping on picnic tab
  • Yuba City Neighborhood ‘Traumatized’ After High Speed Drivers Repeatedly Crash Into Homes

    Yuba City Neighborhood ‘Traumatized’ After High Speed Drivers Repeatedly Crash Into Homes
    YUBA CITY (CBS13) — Neighbors in a west Yuba City community want Sutter County leaders to take action after repeated car crashes into homes.
    The latest incident happened Sunday night. Cellphone video shows a home on the corner of Cherry Street and Anna Drive erupt in flames after a driver crashed into the garage. The family inside had just been making dinner and were looking at their garden when, suddenly, they ran for their lives.
    “As soon as I call 9-1-1, I see the sparks just ligh
  • Pig Pursuit: 150-Pound Porker Eludes Authorities In El Dorado County, Found At Ranch Near Lotus

    Pig Pursuit: 150-Pound Porker Eludes Authorities In El Dorado County, Found At Ranch Near Lotus
    EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) – A sizzling search has been underway in the foothills for a pig that, so far, has eluded authorities.
    It’s been spotted by multiple property owners miles apart from each other in El Dorado County. The Slimmer family is used to seeing animals like wild deer and turkey roam their 10-acre ranch near Lotus, but a peek at a porker – that’s something new.
    “Never seen a pig before,” said Calder Slimmer, who found the animal.
    The 150-pound pi
  • Who Is Mark Lavea, Suspect Killed In San Andreas Hostage Situation?

    Who Is Mark Lavea, Suspect Killed In San Andreas Hostage Situation?
    SAN ANDREAS (CBS13) – On Monday, we got our first look at the man investigators say is responsible for a deadly hostage situation and shootout in Calaveras County.
    Mark Lavea, 47 (credit: California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)
    Investigators say 47-year-old Mark Lavea, of Modesto, had been in and out of prison for a host of crimes. His most recent was in 2019 – a domestic violence incident where he was sentenced to six years in prison. So the big question now is why
  • While New California Stimulus Could Go Long Way For Some, Economist Says It May Bring No Benefits

    While New California Stimulus Could Go Long Way For Some, Economist Says It May Bring No Benefits
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – New stimulus checks can go a long way for some Californians, but one economist says Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposal Monday may not benefit the economy at all.
    Shelley O’Neill is staying positive despite struggling to find work. Right now, money is tight and an extra $600 could get her out of the truck she’s currently living in.
    “It would help me out enormously, like a down payment for a…find my way to an apartment,” she said.
    Aleisha A
  • Driver Dies After Crashing Into Pole In Rancho Cordova

    Driver Dies After Crashing Into Pole In Rancho Cordova
    RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) – A driver died after crashing into a pole in Racho Cordova Monday evening, police said.
    According to the Rancho Cordova Police Department, the crash happened shortly after 6 p.m. along Bradshaw Road between Gore Road and Folsom Boulevard. The driver was traveling in the northbound lanes of Bradshaw Road at the time of the crash.
    The driver was the only person in the car and was pronounced dead at the scene.
    The crash closed down the intersection of Folsom and Bradsh
  • Sacramento Police Officer Alexa Palubicki Arraigned On 2 Counts Of Filing False Police Report

    Sacramento Police Officer Alexa Palubicki Arraigned On 2 Counts Of Filing False Police Report
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A Sacramento police officer accused of filing a false report made her first court appearance Monday afternoon.
    Alexa Palubicki was arraigned on two counts of filing a false police report in the July 2020 arrest of a driver for having a loaded gun in his car. The 26-year-old made her first court appearance virtually, but no plea was entered.
    Investigators say the three-year veteran of the force initially pulled the man over for illegally parking at a gas station, but la
  • Woman Driving Shuttle Arrested After Chase, Crash In Placer County

    Woman Driving Shuttle Arrested After Chase, Crash In Placer County
    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) – A woman driving a shuttle bus as her personal vehicle was arrested after leading a chase in Placer County and crashing into another car, injuring three people, authorities said on Monday.
    The California Highway Patrol said an officer pulled the woman over along Interstate 80 near Galleria Boulevard and she sped off after she was told the bus would be towed.
    She led a chase down I-80 east, driving on the shoulder to pass traffic, before exiting at Penryn Road.
    The CH
  • Wild Rescue: Wildlife Biologist Finds, Brings Injured Bald Eagle To Hughson Wildlife Center For Treatment

    Wild Rescue: Wildlife Biologist Finds, Brings Injured Bald Eagle To Hughson Wildlife Center For Treatment
    HUGHSON (CBS13) – A bald eagle is a majestic beast in the wild, but one injured female eagle is now in the care of the Stanislaus Wildlife Care Center in Hughson– and it didn’t get there easily.
    “It’s not every day you’re trying to wrangle an eagle off the front of a bass boat with a fishing net,” said Mark Abraham, a biologist with the California Department of Fish And Wildlife.
    He was alerted to the injured eagle by a local fishing guide and went out t
  • Folsom Restaurateur Develops Rentable Kitchen Concept For Start-Ups Looking For Space

    Folsom Restaurateur Develops Rentable Kitchen Concept For Start-Ups Looking For Space
    FOLSOM (CBS13) — A Folsom restaurateur who took a hard look at what he’s been through is now looking to help others succeed.
    Jeff Back isn’t afraid of risk. He owns Back Bistro in the Folsom Palladio.
    “With this restaurant, we took out a second mortgage, got SBA loans and put it all out there and risked pretty much everything,” he said.
    It paid off, but he understands how start-up costs can eat into a restaurant’s profitability. That’s why he is developi
  • Suspect Killed In San Andreas Hostage Situation Identified, Said To Have Lengthy Criminal History

    Suspect Killed In San Andreas Hostage Situation Identified, Said To Have Lengthy Criminal History
    SAN ANDREAS (CBS13) – The Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office has identified the suspect accused of taking a hostage and shooting a deputy before being killed by law enforcement in San Andreas last week.
    Mark Aitulagi Lavea, 47, of Modesto, was identified as the hostage-taker and had a lengthy criminal history dating back to 1989, authorities said. That history reportedly includes numerous felony and misdemeanor arrests and convictions for crimes including assaults, burglaries, weapons
  • Car Crashes Into Sutter County Home, Catches Fire

    Car Crashes Into Sutter County Home, Catches Fire
    YUBA CITY (CBS13) — Authorities say a home near Yuba City caught fire and had to be evacuated after a car crashed into it over the weekend.
    The vehicle that crashed into the home and caught fire. (Photo obtained by CBS13)
    The Sutter County Sheriff’s Office says, on Sunday, a car crashed into a residence near Cherry Street and Anna Lane. No injuries were reported, but the residence caught fire after the crash and everyone had to evacuate.
    Deputies say the driver of the car that crashe
  • Police: Young Boy Drowns On Mother’s Day At Lodi Lake

    Police: Young Boy Drowns On Mother’s Day At Lodi Lake
    LODI (CBS13) — A young boy has died after drowning at Lodi Lake over the weekend, authorities say.
    The Lodi Police Department says, Sunday afternoon, they got a report about a drowning on the southeast side of Lodi Lake.
    Officers responded to the scene first and immediately started life-saving measures on a toddler-age boy. An off-duty doctor who happened across the scene then took over until medics arrived.
    Paramedics rushed the boy to Lodi Memorial Hospital, but he was later pronounced d
  • Gov. Newsom Proposes Budget That Would Send $600 Stimulus Checks To Two-Thirds Of Californians

    Gov. Newsom Proposes Budget That Would Send $600 Stimulus Checks To Two-Thirds Of Californians
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A new stimulus check could be on the way for Californians.
    As part of the $100 billion budget proposal on Monday, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a big expansion of the Golden State Stimulus checks that have already gone out to lower-income residents.NEW: CA will be expanding the Golden State Stimulus to middle class families — creating the biggest state tax rebate in US history.
    2 out of every 3 Californians will now benefit from a stimulus check of at least $600. A
  • VIDEO: Crews Battle Broken Natural Gas Line Fire Under Road In Sacramento

    VIDEO: Crews Battle Broken Natural Gas Line Fire Under Road In Sacramento
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Crews are battling a fire complicated by a broken natural gas line under a road in south Sacramento on Monday morning.
    The fire is near Mack Road and Tangerine Avenue.pic.twitter.com/1BDGR1cr73
    — Sacramento Fire Department (@SacFirePIO) May 10, 2021Sacramento Fire says their crews are at the scene, but the situation is dynamic with the natural gas line causing flare-ups. The fire is also near a homeless camp, firefighters say.
    No injuries have been reported.
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  • Gov. Newsom To Propose Budget That Would Send $600 Stimulus Checks To Two-Thirds Of Californians

    Gov. Newsom To Propose Budget That Would Send $600 Stimulus Checks To Two-Thirds Of Californians
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A new stimulus check could be on the way for Californians.
    As part of the $100 billion budget proposal on Monday, Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to announce a big expansion of the Golden State Stimulus checks that have already gone out to lower-income residents.NEW: CA will be expanding the Golden State Stimulus to middle class families — creating the biggest state tax rebate in US history.
    2 out of every 3 Californians will now benefit from a stimulus check of at
  • New Study Ranks California As The Best State To Be A Police Officer

    New Study Ranks California As The Best State To Be A Police Officer
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A new study has ranked California as the best state to be a police officer.
    The WalletHub study, released on Monday, took a look 30 different indicators of “police-friendliness,” from the median income for a law enforcement officer to police deaths per 1,000 officers.
    Researchers then put those indicators into three categories – opportunity & competition, law enforcement training, and job hazards & protections – and gave states a score.
  • CHP: Driver Killed In Crash After Running Stop Sign In Keyes

    CHP: Driver Killed In Crash After Running Stop Sign In Keyes
    KEYES (CBS13) — A Turlock man has died after apparently running a stop sign at an intersection in Keyes and crashing into another car, causing his car to flip over.California Highway Patrol says, around 11 p.m. Friday, officers responded to the intersection of Keyes Road Lane and Foote Road. Two vehicles had been involved in a crash, with one being found flipped over while the other had major front-end damage.Investigators believe one of the cars didn’t stop at the posted stop sign.
  • ‘Could Have Killed Her’: Folsom Grandparents Fuming After Finding Arrow In Backyard Play Area

    ‘Could Have Killed Her’: Folsom Grandparents Fuming After Finding Arrow In Backyard Play Area
    FOLSOM (CBS13) – There’s a kiddie kitchen, a sandbox and climbing toys in the Jones’ backyard, but right in the middle of all the baby toys, Debbie Jones found a massive arrow.
    Kevin and Debbie spend a lot of time in their backyard. So they set up the perfect little area for their 19-month-old granddaughter to play right beside them. You can imagine their horror when they went to clean up after her and found an arrow sticking out of her little art easel.
    “I was thinking,
  • Moms Of Young Men Killed In North Highlands Shootings Hold Candlelight Vigils On Mother’s Day

    Moms Of Young Men Killed In North Highlands Shootings Hold Candlelight Vigils On Mother’s Day
    NORTH HIGHLANDS (CBS13) – On this Mother’s Day, besides the many celebrations, there were mulitple somber memorials for moms who have lost their sons to gun violence in North Highlands.
    The mothers of two young men who died from gunfire this year marched in the streets and held candlelight memorials in the name of justice and peace.
    “He wanted to do things with his life, and it was taken too soon,” said the mother of T.J. Wellman-Holochwost. “And if anybody knows an
  • NWS Sacramento Says It’s Odd To See Back-To-Back Weekends Of Red Flag Warnings In Early May

    NWS Sacramento Says It’s Odd To See Back-To-Back Weekends Of Red Flag Warnings In Early May
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Sacramento Fire Department crews had another busy day in the thick of yet another Red Flag Warning.
    This one was extended all the way into Tuesday afternoon as critical fire weather conditions are expected until then.
    Flames ripped through a field near a busy intersection and businesses in Arden-Arcade on Sunday afternoon.
    The glowing orange streaks torched three acres of dry grass into ash at the intersection of Fair Oaks Boulevard and Cadillac Drive.
    Sacramento Fire
  • 2 Adults, 4 Children Displaced After Fire Heavily Damages Home Near Rio Linda

    2 Adults, 4 Children Displaced After Fire Heavily Damages Home Near Rio Linda
    RIO LINDA (CBS13) – Six people, including children, were displaced after a fire caused major damage to their home north of McClellan Park, the Sacramento Fire Department said on Sunday.
    (credit: Sacramento Fire Department)
    The fire happened at around 6:30 p.m. along 34th Street near Rio Linda and was knocked down at around 7 p.m., officials said.
    According to the fire department, the blaze began on a patio before spreading inside, though the cause remains under investigation.
    Among the dis
  • Fairfield Police Take Over Mother’s Day Flower Delivery Duties After Driver Arrested For DUI, Crash

    Fairfield Police Take Over Mother’s Day Flower Delivery Duties After Driver Arrested For DUI, Crash
    FAIRFIELD (CBS13) – Fairfield police decided to make some Mother’s Day magic after a flower delivery driver ended up in handcuffs.
    The police department on Sunday said the driver was involved in a crash, then found to be driving under the influence.
    After taking the driver into custody, no one was able to finish out the multiple remaining flower orders that were sitting in the back of the driver’s vehicle – until officers stepped up.
    Fairfield police said responding offic
  • Firefighters Put Out House Fire In Natomas

    Firefighters Put Out House Fire In Natomas
    NATOMAS (CBS13) – Sacramento firefighters worked fast to put out flames in a house fire in Natomas Sunday afternoon.
    The fire broke out in a home near Arena Boulevard and Interstate 5.
    Flames started in the garage and spread to one other home before firefighters knocked it down. The winds are a big concern for spreading structure fires, too.
    “They did an amazing job, they were here so quick,” said Taylor Gibson, a neighbor. “I’m amazed at how many teams they have he
  • Red Flag Warning Extended Through Tuesday For Sacramento Valley

    Red Flag Warning Extended Through Tuesday For Sacramento Valley
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Breezy winds and dry conditions have extended this weekend’s Red Flag Warning through Tuesday evening for the western portions of the Sacramento Valley, Delta and Coastal Range.
    The National Weather Service Sacramento announced the extension Sunday after already extending the warning for portions of the Bay Area.
    With critical fire weather conditions expected through Tuesday, the NWS advises people to avoid using equipment that creates sparks and check for vehicl
  • Attempted Murder Suspect Accused Of Shooting Girlfriend In Face Arrested In Oregon, San Joaquin Sheriff Says

    Attempted Murder Suspect Accused Of Shooting Girlfriend In Face Arrested In Oregon, San Joaquin Sheriff Says
    SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) – The San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office said a man wanted for attempted murder after he allegedly shot his girlfriend in the face was arrested in Oregon.
    Arrest photo of Kevin Gerolaga, 34 (credit: San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office)
    Kevin Gerolaga, 34, was wanted for the shooting, which happened in the early morning hours of April 21. He allegedly shot the victim during an argument and fled before law enforcement arrived.
    On Saturday, San Joaquin
  • Westbound I-80 Closed Near Gold Run As Truck Fire Spreads To Vegetation, Placer Sheriff Says

    Westbound I-80 Closed Near Gold Run As Truck Fire Spreads To Vegetation, Placer Sheriff Says
    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) – A truck fire that spread to vegetation Sunday shut down westbound I-80 near Gold Run.
    The fire has spread to vegetation just off the interstate along Gold Run Road and was reported at approximately 2 acres in size, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office said.
    Caltrans said the interstate is closed at Secret Town Road and traffic is being diverted off the interstate at Gold Run.
    Delays are expected.
    Cal Fire and Placer Hills Fire have responded to assist.
  • Westbound I-80 Closed Fully Reopens Near Gold Run After Truck Fire Spreads To Vegetation

    Westbound I-80 Closed Fully Reopens Near Gold Run After Truck Fire Spreads To Vegetation
    5/9/21 – UPDATE: All lanes reopened at around 9:30 p.m., according to Caltrans.
    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) – A truck fire that spread to vegetation Sunday shut down westbound I-80 near Gold Run.
    The fire has spread to vegetation just off the interstate along Gold Run Road and was reported at approximately 2 acres in size, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office said.
    Caltrans said the interstate was closed at Secret Town Road and traffic was being diverted off the interstate at Gold Run.
  • Missing Girl, 11, Last Seen In Arden Area Is Found Safe; No One Charged For Any Crime

    Missing Girl, 11, Last Seen In Arden Area Is Found Safe; No One Charged For Any Crime
    5/9/21 – Update: The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said Darla was found and safely returned to her family in Woodland. No one was charged with any crimes.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The California Highway Patrol issued an endangered missing advisory for a girl, 11, last seen in the Arden-Arcade area Saturday.
    According to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office, the father of the missing girl called to report her missing at 4:10 p.m. She was last seen at around 3:50 p.
  • Parents Mixed On Signing Children Up For COVID Vaccine Trial

    Parents Mixed On Signing Children Up For COVID Vaccine Trial
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Adults were first in line for the COVID vaccine, but the next shot in the arm could be for your child. UC Davis Health is launching a COVID vaccine trial for children ages 12 to 17, but the idea prompted some mixed reactions.
    “We’re being used as guinea pigs as it is. We don’t know long-term effects. We don’t know where we’re going to see ourselves in the future with this shot that we already received,” said parent Alan Radtke.
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  • Firefighters Busy Across The Region As Red Flag Warning Conditions Fuel Fires

    Firefighters Busy Across The Region As Red Flag Warning Conditions Fuel Fires
    ELK GROVE (CBS13) – Saturday was a busy day for firefighters, especially in the Elk Grove area. The Cosumnes Fire Department battled multiple fires in a matter of hours. The weekend’s weather helped stretch their resources thin.
    In an Elk Grove neighborhood, neighbors captured tense moments of two house fires in their tight-knit community.
    “It’s a good neighborhood,” said Joe Young, emotional in the moment, as he recalled the scene he saw unfold near his home. &ldqu
  • CHP Issues Endangered Missing Advisory For Girl, 11, Last Seen In Arden Area

    CHP Issues Endangered Missing Advisory For Girl, 11, Last Seen In Arden Area
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The California Highway Patrol issued an endangered missing advisory for a girl, 11, last seen in the Arden-Arcade area Saturday.
    According to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office, the father of the missing girl called to report her missing at 4:10 p.m. She was last seen at around 3:50 p.m.
    The father advised that his daughter, Darla Garcia-Noe, walked to a convenience store in the area 20 minutes prior, but never returned home.Endangered Missing Advisory &ndash

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