• Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Child Quarantined For Possible Virus Exposure

    Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Child Quarantined For Possible Virus Exposure
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP/CBS13) — One of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s children may have been exposed to the coronavirus at school and is in quarantine, a spokesman said Friday.
    The child began a 14-day quarantine “from the date of exposure” after the family was told a classmate at the private school had tested positive for COVID-19, spokesperson Nathan Click said in an emailed statement.
    The rest of the governor’s family is not quarantining because they weren’t directly
  • Communities Take Aim At ‘Unenforceable’ Coronavirus Curfew

    Communities Take Aim At ‘Unenforceable’ Coronavirus Curfew
    FOLSOM (CBS 13) — It’s Friday night before the coronavirus curfew kicks in.
    Nonessential businesses have been ordered to close by 10 p.m. on Saturday. But lack of enforcement has emboldened some people and businesses who said they plan to ignore the rule.
    “It’s against everything America stands for. There’s no way anybody is going to tell me I have to stay at my house,” said Jesse Flores, a Folsom resident.
    Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the month-long
  • Police Investigating After Man Found Dead In South Sacramento

    Police Investigating After Man Found Dead In South Sacramento
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Police are investigating after a man was found dead in a South Sacramento neighborhood Friday evening.
    Sacramento Police say they received reports of a man down in the street on La Pera Court around 6:30 p.m. Responding officers found an adult male dead at the scene.
    Homicide detectives responded to the scene and are investigating the incident.
    The man has not been identified.
    Police did not release any more information about the homicide.
  • Livermore Cold Case Rape Suspect Gregory Vien Dies From Injuries Sustained In Nail Gun Suicide Attempt

    Livermore Cold Case Rape Suspect Gregory Vien Dies From Injuries Sustained In Nail Gun Suicide Attempt
    A Livermore man being tried for two 1997 cold case rapes has died from injuries sustained in a suicide attempt with a nail gun, the Alameda County District Attorney announced Friday.
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  • Cabaldon Concedes, Martha Guerrero Wins West Sacramento Mayor Race

    Cabaldon Concedes, Martha Guerrero Wins West Sacramento Mayor Race
    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon has lost his race for reelection.
    Cabaldon conceded the race to his challenger Martha Guerrero Friday evening.
    In a statement posted to Twitter, Cabaldon said called Guerrero to congratulate her on her win Friday after the vote count update, which showed her leading by 486 votes.
    “I’m optimistic for West Sacramento as my town chooses a different path,” Cabaldon wrote. “I’m so grateful to have
  • Modesto Police Investigate 2 Separate Crashes Involving Pedestrians

    Modesto Police Investigate 2 Separate Crashes Involving Pedestrians
    MODESTO (CBS13) – Authorities are investigating two separate collisions where a pedestrian was struck by a car, the Modesto Police Department said on Friday.
    The first scene was in the area of Wilson Avenue and Yosemite Boulevard. A woman was hit by a car and suffered serious injuries, according to police.
    Investigators said the driver of the vehicle remained on the scene to cooperate. No further information was released.
    The second collision happened in the area of Oregon Drive and Benson
  • Manteca Man Accused Of Committing 4 Armed Robberies In 74 Minutes

    Manteca Man Accused Of Committing 4 Armed Robberies In 74 Minutes
    MANTECA (CBS13) – A man arrested in Manteca is accused of committing four armed robberies in a span of 74 minutes on Thursday and stealing a Prius, authorities said.
    Steven Smith, 34, of Manteca, was located in Tracy on Thursday and taken into custody without incident. He was booked into the San Joaquin County Jail on four counts of robbery and one count of auto theft.
    Smith allegedly brandished a firearm during the robbery of four separate convenience stores.
    Investigators said they found
  • State COVID Lab Struggles Ahead Of Holidays With Delays And Inconclusive Tests

    State COVID Lab Struggles Ahead Of Holidays With Delays And Inconclusive Tests
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As coronavirus cases are spiking, and more people are getting tested for COVID-19 ahead of the holidays, CBS13 has learned the state’s new billion-dollar PerkinElmer lab is returning a high number of inconclusive test results which may be skewing the testing turnaround times provided by the state.
    Earlier this week, Gov. Gavin Newsom presented some positive testing news ahead of the holiday. “The test turnaround is now 24 to 48 hours, which is much better t
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  • Opening Day At South Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts Brings Change For Skiers

    Opening Day At South Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts Brings Change For Skiers
    TRUCKEE (CBS13) — Ski resorts are back open around Lake Tahoe as Northstar and Heavenly celebrating opening day on Friday.
    Eager skiers have been counting down the days to get back on the mountain.
    It’s seen as a mountain escape amid the pandemic. For seasonal skiers, this day has been top of mind, but hitting the slopes looks different this year.
    “The best opening day I’ve had in a lot of opening days,” said Ryan, an avid snowboarder.
    Edwin, who comes to NorthStar
  • 9 Sacramento Regional Fire/EMS Communications Center Employees Test Positive For Coronavirus

    9 Sacramento Regional Fire/EMS Communications Center Employees Test Positive For Coronavirus
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A coronavirus outbreak has been reported within the Sacramento Regional Fire/EMS Communications Center. Officials say nine employees have tested positive.
    Department officials said because the employees work for the communications center, they did not have any contact with the public as part of their job.
    They do not expect any delays in service and the department said they will pay for the employee’s medical costs and give them paid leave to recover.
    “When
  • De’Aaron Fox Agrees To 5-Year, $163M Max Extension With Kings, Reports Say

    De’Aaron Fox Agrees To 5-Year, $163M Max Extension With Kings, Reports Say
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – On the first day of free agency, fan-favorite and star point guard De’Aaron Fox has agreed to a five year, $163 million maximum extension with the Sacramento Kings, NBA insider Shams Charania with The Athletic reported on Friday.
    Fox’s extension also includes a clause that could reach a supermax deal of $193 million, Charania reported.
    The Kings’ young star is the first player of the free agency session to get a max deal and his contract is now the fi
  • De’Aaron Fox Agrees To 5-Year, $163 Max Extension With Kings, Reports Say

    De’Aaron Fox Agrees To 5-Year, $163 Max Extension With Kings, Reports Say
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – On the first day of free agency, fan-favorite and star point guard De’Aaron Fox has agreed to a five year, $163 million maximum extension with the Sacramento Kings, NBA insider Shams Charania with The Athletic reported on Friday.
    Fox’s extension also includes a clause that could reach a supermax deal of $193 million, Charania reported.
    The Kings’ young star is the first player of the free agency session to get a max deal and his contract is now the fi
  • Feed The Valley: How Your Donations Make a Difference In Everyday Lives

    Feed The Valley: How Your Donations Make a Difference In Everyday Lives
    YOLO COUNTY (CBS13) — As the pandemic pushes on, the need for food in the community only continues to grow. It’s why CBS13 and CW31 are working with the Rivercats to help close the hunger gap with our Feed the Valley food bank fundraiser.
    In Yolo County, a little goes a long way for people like Ysabel Flores.
    “I get social security,” Flores said. “My husband works but it’s hard. It’s hard making ends meet.”
    Food from the Yolo Food Bank helps her fa
  • Free Clothing Closet For Students Opens At Sunrise Mall

    Free Clothing Closet For Students Opens At Sunrise Mall
    CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) – As the pandemic pushes on, the need for food and clothing has become even more of a priority, especially for families who are already struggling.
    That’s why the San Juan Unified School District is teaming up with a clothing exchange to reach those who need it most.
    Kaylon McBride organizes inventory at The Underground Clothing Connection, which opened at the Sunrise Mall in Citrus Heights and provides free clothing.
    “It was going to be a mobile clothing

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