• Man Killed In Hit-And-Run Near Power Inn And Elder Creek Roads

    Man Killed In Hit-And-Run Near Power Inn And Elder Creek Roads
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A pedestrian has died after a hit-and-run in south Sacramento Tuesday night.
    Sacramento police say officers responded to the area of Power Inn and Elder Creek roads around 8:30 p.m. to investigate a report of a person struck by a vehicle.
    At the scene, officers found a man suffering from serious injuries. He was soon pronounced dead by medics, police say.
    The name of the man has not yet been released.
    Detectives have taken over the investigation, but no information abo
  • UC Davis Announces Graduation Re-Do Dates After June Heat Debacle

    UC Davis Announces Graduation Re-Do Dates After June Heat Debacle
    DAVIS (CBS13) — UC Davis graduates are getting a re-do after their commencement was cut short.Back in June, the university ended one graduation early over triple-digit heat after 36 people called for medical help.
    Six people ended up going to the hospital.The next day’s ceremony, which started earlier to try and beat the heat, only lasted an hour before it was stopped due to temperatures climbing faster than anticipated.
    Many graduates and their families – some who drove or fle
  • 13-Year-Old Arrested After Woodland School Burglarized; Other Juvenile Still Sought

    13-Year-Old Arrested After Woodland School Burglarized; Other Juvenile Still Sought
    WOODLAND (CBS13) — A 13-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of burglarizing a Woodland school early Wednesday morning.The Woodland Police Department says, just after 3 a.m., an officer spotted a bicyclist without proper lighting on his bike. The officer tried to stop the bicyclist, but he took off down Maryland Avenue.Officers soon found the suspect hiding in some bushes nearby. He was identified as a 13-year-old Woodland resident.Police say what appeared to be stolen property was
  • Ripona Elementary School Accused Of Having “Political Message” In Mural

    Ripona Elementary School Accused Of Having “Political Message” In Mural
    RIPON (CBS13) — A school mural in Ripon is causing controversy after some people claim it has a political message.
    Ripona Elementary School says that the mural was supposed to represent Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, but some believe there is a hidden message in the art.
    The issue is the rainbow at the top of the artwork that some people believe represents the pride flag used by the LGBTQ+ community.The Ripon Unified School District says that the mural did not follow sc
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  • Sacramento Supervisors Vote To Have Pot Tax On November Ballot

    Sacramento Supervisors Vote To Have Pot Tax On November Ballot
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento Supervisors voted 3-2 to have a pot tax on the November ballot.
    The potential revenue from the tax would go towards services for homeless people. According to Sacramento County, 9,278 people are experiencing homelessness on any given night.
    An earlier version of the proposed tax needed four supervisor votes to pass and failed.
  • Stockton Unified Safety Plan Reviewed 3 Months After Campus Stabbing: ‘Not Up To Date’

    Stockton Unified Safety Plan Reviewed 3 Months After Campus Stabbing: ‘Not Up To Date’
    STOCKTON — More than three months after a Stockton high school student was stabbed and killed on campus, the district board got its first look at the results of a safety plan review, just days before the new school year is set to begin.
    Aliycia Reynaga, 15, was killed by 52-year-old Anthony Gray on April 18 just after he allegedly tried to grab two girls in the Stagg High School parking lot. A stand-out softball player, known as “Lala” by her family, friends, and teammates, she
  • Sacramento Kings Negotiating To Buy River Cats

    Sacramento Kings Negotiating To Buy River Cats
    SACRAMENTO — A possible shake-up is on the horizon in Sacramento pro sports.The Sacramento Kings are in negotiations to buy the Triple-A baseball Sacramento River Cats.The sale would give Vivek Ranadive and Kings investors control of the Golden 1 Center as well as the River Cats and Sutter Health Park. The two venues sit less than a mile from each other, separated by the Sacramento River.Former Kings owner Gregg Lukenbill says Major League Baseball and a local Joint Powers Authority need t
  • More Animals In Tahoe Area Are Being Shot With BB Guns, Causing Paralysis

    More Animals In Tahoe Area Are Being Shot With BB Guns, Causing Paralysis
    TAHOE — Animals are under attack in the Sierra by property owners who are grabbing their BB guns to get them to leave.
    X-rays show the damage the pellets are causing as animals big and small have been impacted with some even being paralyzed, according to the Lake Wildlife Care Center who said this is a growing problem.
    Everything from geese to a baby raccoon to a coyote and a bear were hit. The bear was hit with a single shot and couldn’t move its hind legs. Some animals have had to
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  • Sacramento City Council Approves Plan For Homeless Shelter Near Children’s Home

    Sacramento City Council Approves Plan For Homeless Shelter Near Children’s Home
    SACRAMENTO — Sacramento city leaders on Tuesday approved a controversial plan to open a homeless center near a children’s receiving home.
    City councilmembers voted unanimously to turn the former Powerhouse Science Center on Auburn Boulevard into a shelter where homeless people can escape the weather 24/7.
    Neighbors have opposed the plan saying it puts kids in the receiving home at risk. But Mayor Darrell Steinberg said he refused to let the facility sit empty. He cited a recent count
  • Crews Stop Forward Progress Of Fire That Forced Evacuations In El Dorado County

    Crews Stop Forward Progress Of Fire That Forced Evacuations In El Dorado County
    POLLOCK PINES — Firefighters have stopped the forward progress of a new fire that prompted evacuations in El Dorado County on Tuesday.
    The Cable Fire grew to burn 21 acres and was located in the area of Cable Road and Badger Hill Road west of Pollock Pines and north of the community of Cedar Grove on the west side of Highway 50.
    The evacuations, which have not yet been lifted, were for Badger Hill, OId Blair Mill and Mace Mot Hill roads, Cal Fire said. Road closures were also put in place
  • Tahoe City Downtown Association Employee Riding Golf Cart Dies After Being Rear-Ended On Highway 28

    Tahoe City Downtown Association Employee Riding Golf Cart Dies After Being Rear-Ended On Highway 28
    TAHOE CITY — A Tahoe City Downtown Association employee was killed in a crash while driving a golf cart.
    It happened Tuesday morning just before 6:30 along Highway 28 west of Grove Street.
    The California Highway Patrol Truckee division said the victim was a Kings Beach man in his 50s. He was rear-ended by a sedan and ejected from the golf cart.
    Investigators said they don’t think drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash.
    The Tahoe City Downtown Association said the employee was on
  • Modesto Police Release Bodycam Footage Of Deadly Shooting After Family Announces Legal Action

    Modesto Police Release Bodycam Footage Of Deadly Shooting After Family Announces Legal Action
    MODESTO — The Modesto Police Department released body camera footage Tuesday of a deadly shooting just hours after the family of the man involved announced legal action.
    Police officers confronted Paul Chavez Jr. in front of a home on Entrada Way back on the evening of July 14 during a family disturbance. Police say he was holding a tow hitch and they ordered him to drop it.
    “Put that down or you’re going to get tased,” one officer can be heard saying in the video.
    Office
  • Sacramento County Now Has 30 Confirmed Or Probable Cases Of Monkeypox

    Sacramento County Now Has 30 Confirmed Or Probable Cases Of Monkeypox
    SACRAMENTO — Sacramento County on Tuesday confirmed another probable case of monkeypox, which brings the total of confirmed or suspected cases to 30 within the county.
    Meanwhile, Solano County has three cases, and Stanislaus and San Joaquin each have one.
    The White House said it may declare a public health emergency amid growing concern over the spread of monkeypox.
    According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there are now nearly 2,900 confirmed cases in 44 states &mda
  • Spirit Wings: 7-Piece Art Sculpture Debuts Along K Street In Sacramento

    Spirit Wings: 7-Piece Art Sculpture Debuts Along K Street In Sacramento
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Seven pieces of art have been seven years in the making along K Street and the Old Sacramento Waterfront.
    The project was finally unveiled Tuesday near the Delta King.
    “It was very rewarding to finally see it come to fruition,” said Garr Ugalde, the artist behind the project.
    Ugalde was on hand to see the debut of the new placemaking landmark that is highlighted by a series of seven bird sculptures down K Street.
    “The idea came from the interplay betw
  • Police: 2 People Shot While Sitting In Parked Car In Yuba City

    Police: 2 People Shot While Sitting In Parked Car In Yuba City
    YUBA CITY (CBS13) — An investigation is underway after two people were shot while sitting in a parked car overnight in Yuba City, police said Tuesday.
    The Yuba City Police Department said the shooting happened just before 2:30 a.m. along Clark Avenue. Officers found both victims — a man and a woman — with what they said appeared to be non-life-threatening gunshot wounds. Both were taken to an area hospital.
    Witnesses told police that a blue sedan pulled up next to the parked ca
  • Domestic Violence Suspect Found Dead In Sacramento County Main Jail

    Domestic Violence Suspect Found Dead In Sacramento County Main Jail
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office has opened an investigation after a domestic violence suspect was found dead in the Sacramento County main jail.
    According to a press release, on July 23, a 67-year-old male inmate was found semi-conscious on the floor in his cell. He had been in custody since July 13 for felony domestic violence charges and being a fugitive from justice.
    Deputies rendered aid until the Sacramento Fire Department arrived and took him to a hospital,
  • Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 18,037 Acres, 26% Contained, Evacuations Remain In Place

    Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 18,037 Acres, 26% Contained, Evacuations Remain In Place
    MARIPOSA COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Oak Fire burning near Yosemite National Park:
    7:49 a.m.
    The Oak Fire has grown to 18,037 and is 26% contained.
    Monday’s updates:
    9:21 p.m.
    The Oak Fire has grown to burn 17,396 acres as of Monday night. Containment also slightly bumped up to 16%.
    According to Cal Fire, 55 structures have been destroyed, including 21 homes and 34 outbuildings. More than 2,400 structures remain threatened.
    7:07 a.m.
    The Oak Fire has grown to 16,791 and is 10%
  • Elk Grove Food Bank May Have To Start Buying Food

    Elk Grove Food Bank May Have To Start Buying Food
    ELK GROVE (CBS13) — The Elk Grove Food Bank may have to start buying food if they can’t get more donations.
    On July 25, a donation drive was held at the California State Fair, and people who brought in three cans of food were given a free ticket to the fair.
    Currently, the food bank services about 13,000 families a month, which is up by 3,000 since May. Organizers say the increase is due to inflation and high gas prices.
    “We’re signing up a good 15 to 20 families per day,
  • Modesto Police Officer Wrangles Emu

    Modesto Police Officer Wrangles Emu
    MODESTO (CBS13) — An emu is in custody after going on the run in Modesto.
    It took about an hour to catch the emu that was causing a traffic hazard.
    Police were able to return the emu to the home that it escaped from.
  • Sacramento Kings Fans Show Heart of Champions By Aiding Family In Crisis

    Sacramento Kings Fans Show Heart of Champions By Aiding Family In Crisis
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It’s no game. In a matter of life-and-death, Sacramento Kings fans are rallying around one of their own who’s fighting for his life in a hospital in Mexico.Sacramento Kings fan Gerald Marfil is recovering after suffering not one but two heart attacks while on vacation with his family in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.Doctors say he will need an air ambulance to bring him back to Sacramento. Now, Kings fans are helping him finance the expensive flight. Kings fan Dav
  • ‘An Incredible Loss To The People Of Amador’: Fire Destroys Wood Products Factory Near Sutter Creek

    ‘An Incredible Loss To The People Of Amador’: Fire Destroys Wood Products Factory Near Sutter Creek
    AMADOR COUNTY (CBS13) — A devastating fire destroyed a manufacturing plant in Amador County on Monday.
    The Ampine manufacturing plant produces timber products and is one of a kind in the state of California. Now, more than 150 people employed by the plant are out of a job — and ten days shy of its 50-year anniversary, the facility is gone.
    “You probably saw the big plume of smoke billowing. It was raining hot ash and embers,” said Amador Fire Protection District Chief Wal
  • Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 17,396 Acres, 16% Contained, Evacuations Remain In Place

    Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 17,396 Acres, 16% Contained, Evacuations Remain In Place
    MARIPOSA COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Oak Fire burning near Yosemite National Park:
    9:21 p.m.
    The Oak Fire has grown to burn 17,396 acres as of Monday night. Containment also slightly bumped up to 16%.
    According to Cal Fire, 55 structures have been destroyed, including 21 homes and 34 outbuildings. More than 2,400 structures remain threatened.
    7:07 a.m.
    The Oak Fire has grown to 16,791 and is 10% contained.#OakFire off Hwy 140 and Carstens Rd, near Midpines, in Mariposa County is 167
  • Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 17,241 Acres, 16% Contained, Evacuations Remain In Place

    Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 17,241 Acres, 16% Contained, Evacuations Remain In Place
    MARIPOSA COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Oak Fire burning near Yosemite National Park:
    9:21 p.m.
    The Oak Fire has grown to burn 17,241 acres as of Monday night. Containment also slightly bumped up to 16%.
    According to Cal Fire, 55 structures have been destroyed, including 21 homes and 34 outbuildings. More than 2,400 structures remain threatened.
    7:07 a.m.
    The Oak Fire has grown to 16,791 and is 10% contained.#OakFire off Hwy 140 and Carstens Rd, near Midpines, in Mariposa County is 167
  • Arrest Made In May 13 Shooting Death Of Lee Darrelle Ross In Carmichael

    Arrest Made In May 13 Shooting Death Of Lee Darrelle Ross In Carmichael
    CARMICHAEL (CBS13) — Detectives have arrested a suspect in the shooting death of 41-year-old Lee Darrelle Ross which happened in Carmichael on the night of May 13, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office said Monday.
    Stephen Craig Beasley, 37, a resident of Sacramento County, was booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail on charges of homicide and carrying a loaded unregistered handgun. He is being held without bail.
    On the night of the shooting, deputies responded to Camino Park Co
  • Investigating Wage Theft: You May Be A Victim and Not Even Know It

    Investigating Wage Theft: You May Be A Victim and Not Even Know It
    SACRAMENTO (CBS California) — Wage theft is a crime that has cost California workers an estimated $ 2 billion dollars a year. You may be a victim and not even know it.
    Even though the Golden State has some of the strongest wage theft laws in the country, it appears state regulators may be violating state laws and failing the workers who need help the most.
    In the first of a series of stories, we want to help you figure out if you are a victim of wage theft, and how you can get your money b
  • Victim Killed In South Sacramento Hit-And-Run Over The Weekend Was 17

    Victim Killed In South Sacramento Hit-And-Run Over The Weekend Was 17
    SACRAMENTO — Investigators have released new details in a south Sacramento hit-and-run that left one person dead and three other victims hospitalized on Saturday.
    The California Highway Patrol said the victim was a 17-year-old boy. He was hit while walking along Stockton Boulevard with two women — ages 33 and 56 — who suffered minor to moderate injuries.
    Authorities say the 29-year-old driver, Marquis Leon Johnson, failed to stop for a red light and hit the front of another veh
  • Yolo County Launching New Color-Coded Warning System To Let Residents Know COVID-19 Risk

    Yolo County Launching New Color-Coded Warning System To Let Residents Know COVID-19 Risk
    DAVIS – Cases of COVID-19 are spiking in Yolo County. To slow the spread, the county is launching a new warning system to let people know when they should mask up to bring awareness to the upward trend.
    Instead of looking at case rates, the county is monitoring the spread through COVID-19 wastewater levels.
    Pachamama Coffee still requires employees to wear masks, but not customers.
    “It’s kind of a lead by example,” said Sariah Bugnacki, a barista there. “I think whe
  • Two Inmates Killed In Attacks At Northern California Prisons

    Two Inmates Killed In Attacks At Northern California Prisons
    FOLSOM — State prison officials are investigating after two inmates were killed in separate attacks at two Northern California prisons.
    The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) said the deaths occurred at High Desert State Prison in Susanville on July 22 and California State Prison, Sacramento in Folsom on July 23.
    The inmate killed in Folsom was identified as Wayne Caskey, 59. Prison guards witnessed Caskey being attacked by fellow inmates Daryl Cull, 56, and Nic
  • Fire Destroys Wood Products Factory Near Sutter Creek

    Fire Destroys Wood Products Factory Near Sutter Creek
    AMADOR COUNTY (CBS13) — A devastating fire destroyed a manufacturing plant in Amador County on Monday..
    The Ampine manufacturing plant produces timber products and is one of a kind in the state of California. Now, more than 150 people employed by the plant are out of a job — and ten days shy of its 50-year anniversary, the facility is gone.
    “You probably saw the big plume of smoke billowing. It was raining hot ash and embers,” said Amador Fire Protection District Chief Wa
  • Nonprofit, New Film Aim To Bring Awareness To Sex Trafficking In Sacramento

    Nonprofit, New Film Aim To Bring Awareness To Sex Trafficking In Sacramento
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento is making headlines for having one of the highest numbers of sex trafficking victims in the country over the last decade, according to a recent study.
    “I grew up in a mentally abusive home, so I kind of already had a mindset that was easily manipulated,” said a woman named Amy.
    She is putting her life back together after sex trafficking tore it apart.
    “Over time, he isolated me from my family. He completely pulled me away from everybody I k
  • Firefighter Injured As Crews Battle Blaze At Wood Products Factory In Sutter Creek

    Firefighter Injured As Crews Battle Blaze At Wood Products Factory In Sutter Creek
    SUTTER CREEK – Firefighters are battling a fire at a fiber plant in the Sutter Creek area Monday afternoon.
    There are multiple firefighting units at Ampine Timber Products Company. There were no nearby evacuations ordered, according to the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office.
    The Amador Fire Protection District said the firefighter’s injuries were minor and they were transported to a hospital for precautionary reasons.
    Everyone was able to evacuate safely from the building.
  • Fire Burning At Wood Products Factory In Sutter Creek

    Fire Burning At Wood Products Factory In Sutter Creek
    SUTTER CREEK – Firefighters are battling a fire at a fiber plant in Sutter Creek.
    There are multiple firefighting units at Ampine Timber Products Company. There were no nearby evacuations ordered, according to the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office.
    Everyone was able to evacuate safely from the building.
  • Factory Burning In Sutter Creek

    Factory Burning In Sutter Creek
    SUTTER CREEK – Firefighters are battling a fire at a fiber plant in Sutter Creek.
    There are multiple firefighting units at Ampine, a company that makes particleboard. There were no evacuations ordered, according to the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office.
    Everyone was able to evacuate safely from the building.
  • California Establishes Fund For Victims of Solar Fraud

    California Establishes Fund For Victims of Solar Fraud
    CALIFORNIA (CBS13) With more and more viewers calling Kurtis about fraud in their solar power installations, CBS13 is sharing a new option for people to get their money back if they didn’t get what they paid for.
    It doesn’t matter what happened. Some say they didn’t get what they were promised. Others say they never even got their equipment installed. But thankfully, the state has set aside millions to help reimburse these folks.
    Take Peggy Glosser.
    She says her power bill ran
  • Police Make Arrest In West Sacramento Homicide Cold Case

    Police Make Arrest In West Sacramento Homicide Cold Case
    WEST SACRAMENTO – Police have arrested a man in connection with a West Sacramento homicide cold case.
    On July 23, West Sacramento Police Department detectives arrested 59-year-old Robert Spurlin Jr. for killing Monica Elise Turknett back over 12 years ago.
    On June 13, 2009, West Sacramento police were called out to a residence after receiving reports of a deceased woman. When officers arrived a
    credit: West Sac PD
    t the scene, they reportedly found Turknett’s body inside the residenc
  • 2 Killed In Napa County Plane Crash Identified As Placer County Residents Scott Killian And Dreyson Hicks

    2 Killed In Napa County Plane Crash Identified As Placer County Residents Scott Killian And Dreyson Hicks
    NAPA – Two people who were killed in a plane crash earlier this month in Napa County have been identified as Placer County residents.
    Scott Killian, 61, of Roseville was piloting the plane when it crashed near Berryessa Estates in Napa County on the morning of July 17, according to the Napa County Sheriff’s Office. The crash also killed 22-year-old Dreyson Hicks from Rocklin.
    The crash caused a vegetation fire that grew to one to two acres before firefighters from Cal Fire had it con
  • Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 16,791 Acres, 0% Contained, Evacuations Remain In Place

    Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 16,791 Acres, 0% Contained, Evacuations Remain In Place
    MARIPOSA COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Oak Fire burning near Yosemite National Park:
    7:07 a.m.
    The Oak Fire has grown to 16,791 and is 10% contained.#OakFire off Hwy 140 and Carstens Rd, near Midpines, in Mariposa County is 16791 acres and 10% contained. In Unified Command: @CALFIREMMU and @Sierra_NF https://t.co/FBdaZfGMyR pic.twitter.com/3DnSh0EHw9
    — CAL FIRE (@CAL_FIRE) July 25, 2022
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    Sunday’s updates:
    11:37 p.m.
    The Oak Fire has g
  • Inflation, Gas Prices Adds Urgency to Back-To-School Sneaker Drive

    Inflation, Gas Prices Adds Urgency to Back-To-School Sneaker Drive
    SACRAMENTO – With money tight for everyone these days, back-to-school shopping can be a strain for families in need.
    An annual sneaker drive is helping make sure struggling families don’t go without. It’s a confidence boost in a box.
    Berry Accius is the founder of Voice of the Youth, the non-profit buying hundreds of boxes of sneakers for children whose families need a boost to go back to school.
    “Self-esteem is different when they have a new pair of shoes,” Accius
  • Oak Fire’s Smoke Travels To Sierra, Foothills And Sacramento Valley

    Oak Fire’s Smoke Travels To Sierra, Foothills And Sacramento Valley
    NYACK (CBS13) – Smoke from the Oak Fire permeates far beyond Mariposa County.
    While winds appeared calm Sunday, the unrelenting fire added more fuel to the haze.
    “This fire was burning was burning particularly hot the last couple of days and almost creating its own winds,” said Emily Heller, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
    Off Interstate 80 in Nyack, travelers hoped for clearer skies.
    Alex Trushin planned a getaway trip to the Bay Area over the weekend where
  • Man Pulled From American River Near Camp Pollock

    Man Pulled From American River Near Camp Pollock
    SACRAMENTO – A man was pulled from the Sacramento River on Sunday after being submerged for a few minutes.
    The Sacramento Fire Department says the man, who appeared to be in his 40s, was brought out of the river by bystanders near Camp Pollock. They performed CPR on him until Sacramento Fire Department personnel arrived at the scene and took over life-saving measures.
    The man was flown by a Sac Metro Fire helicopter to a trauma facility. His condition is unknown.
  • Armed Suspect Who Ran Off During Traffic Stop In Woodland Found Hiding In Garbage Can

    Armed Suspect Who Ran Off During Traffic Stop In Woodland Found Hiding In Garbage Can
    WOODLAND – Hiding in a garbage can couldn’t throw Woodland police off the scent of a suspect.
    On Sunday, just before 10 a.m. a Woodland police officer stopped a vehicle with no license plates in the area of W Eldorado Drive and Ashley Avenue. The passenger jumped out of the car and ran off. They were later found hiding in a garbage can on the side of a residence in the 800 Block of W Eldorado.
    Officers found a Glock handgun near where he was caught. The driver who was stopped drove
  • Solano County Deputies Protect Home From Grass Fire

    Solano County Deputies Protect Home From Grass Fire
    DIXON – Two Solano County sheriff’s deputies are being credited with protecting a home from a grass fire.
    On Sunday, Solano County Sheriff’s Office Deputies Schilling and Lopez were in the area of Hawkins and Pitt School roads in Dixon when they noticed that a roadside fire was getting close to a house, according to a sheriff’s department statement.
    They stopped and tried to contact the homeowners, but got no answer. The deputies then used a water hose outside the home t
  • Fire Breaks Out At Apartment Building In Foothill Farms

    Fire Breaks Out At Apartment Building In Foothill Farms
    FOOTHILL FARMS – Several people have been displaced after an apartment building in Foothill Farms caught fire.
    The fire happened Sunday afternoon in a two-story apartment. When firefighters arrived, they found “significant fire” running into the attic, according to the Sac Metro Fire Department.
    All residents in the building at the time were safely evacuated. One person was assessed for minor burns.
    The Red Cross was asked to help the residents who have been displaced for an un
  • Arrest Made After Pennsylvania Woman Diasia Sease Found Shot Dead In Modesto Hotel Room

    Arrest Made After Pennsylvania Woman Diasia Sease Found Shot Dead In Modesto Hotel Room
    MODESTO (CBS13) — Homicide detectives investigating the shooting death of a Pennsylvania woman at a Modesto hotel have made an arrest.
    The Modesto Police Department said Maurice Franklin Jr., 31, of Stockton, was taken into custody Saturday in connection to the death of Diasia Sease, 22, whose body was found with a gunshot wound in a room at the Best Western hotel on West Orangeburg Avenue on Wednesday, July 20.
    Franklin was arrested in Stockton during a traffic stop. Investigators served
  • Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 14,921 Acres, 0% Contained, Evacuations Remain In Place

    Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 14,921 Acres, 0% Contained, Evacuations Remain In Place
    MARIPOSA COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Oak Fire burning near Yosemite National Park:
    9:55 a.m.
    The Oak Fire has grown to 14,921 acres as of Sunday morning, Cal Fire said. The fire, which is burning in Mariposa County near Yosemite National Park, remains with 0% containment.
    Cal Fire said the blaze was moving toward the communities of Jerseydale, Darrah and Bootjack.
    The Red Cross has set up an evacuation shelter at Mariposa Elementary School at 5044 Jones St.
    Saturday’s updates
  • ‘Definitely A Sacrifice’: Local Firefighters Head To Oak Fire

    ‘Definitely A Sacrifice’: Local Firefighters Head To Oak Fire
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Local firefighting crews are helping fight the Oak Fire in Mariposa County.
    Nearly two dozen firefighters from the Sacramento region left in the middle of the night. I talked with multiple agencies Saturday about the work underway. The relentless Oak Fire has kept crews busy, and when the call comes, they’re ready to help their own.
    “It’s very critical to send as much help as we possibly can. So we want those resources to be appropriate for the incide
  • Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 12,195 Acres, 0% Contained, Evacuations Issued

    Oak Fire In Mariposa County Grows To 12,195 Acres, 0% Contained, Evacuations Issued
    MARIPOSA COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Oak Fire burning near Yosemite National Park:
    11:35 p.m.
    The fire has grown to 12,195 acres or just over 19 square miles.
    7:13 p.m.
    The fire has grown to 11,900 acres, Cal Fire says.
    The Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office has added to the fire advisement:Ponderosa subdivision, including all of Chowchilla Mountain Rd. and all side roads; all of Harris Cutoff Rd. and all side roads: all of Harris Rd. and all side roads.
    5S25 and 4S04
    Hwy. 49S f
  • Fires Break Out In The Sacramento Area

    Fires Break Out In The Sacramento Area
    Several fires broke out in Sacramento on Saturday.
    One fire broke out at a trailer in Old Sacramento. The incident happened around 5:30 p.m. in the 1300 Block of Dixieanne Ave. A trailer behind a commercial business along with other outbuildings caught fire, firefighters say.
    Firefighters prevented the fire from spreading to commercial businesses and fully extinguished the blaze. No injuries were reported.
    The second fire happened in a field in West Sacramento near Marshall road and Martinique s
  • Man Who Allegedly Fled Scene Of Deadly Hit-And-Run Crash In Sacramento Arrested

    Man Who Allegedly Fled Scene Of Deadly Hit-And-Run Crash In Sacramento Arrested
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A driver is under arrest after a hit-and-run dcrash in Sacramento County left one pedestrian dead and two others injured.
    Hit-and-run suspect’s SUV
    The incident happened around 3 p.m. along Stockton Boulevard near McMahon Drive. According to authorities, a white Toyota Rav4 SUV was reportedly driving down Stockton Boulevard at a high rate of speed when it hit a sedan that was making a left turn to McMahon Drive. The crash caused the sedan to hit three pedestrians
  • Oak Fire In Mariposa County Is Now 11,900+ Acres, 0% Contained, Evacuations Issued

    Oak Fire In Mariposa County Is Now 11,900+ Acres, 0% Contained, Evacuations Issued
    MARIPOSA COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Oak Fire burning near Yosemite National Park:
    7:13 p.m.
    The fire has grown to 11,900 acres, Cal Fire says.
    The Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office has added to the fire advisement:Ponderosa subdivision, including all of Chowchilla Mountain Rd. and all side roads; all of Harris Cutoff Rd. and all side roads: all of Harris Rd. and all side roads.
    5S25 and 4S04
    Hwy. 49S from Chowchilla Mountain Rd. to Harris Rd. on the Chowchilla Mountain Rd side
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