• 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
  • 2 Found Shot To Death In Parked Van In Roseville

    2 Found Shot To Death In Parked Van In Roseville
    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – Two people were found shot to death inside of a parked van in Roseville, police said on Sunday.
    Roseville Police Department spokesperson Rob Baquera said an officer was patrolling along Eureka Road at around 3 a.m. when they noticed a van that looked out of place in the parking lot of a Century Theater.
    Two dead individuals were found shot, with one of them appearing to have died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, Baquera said.
    Details are very limited at this time.
    C
  • 2 Men Found With Fatal Gunshot Wounds Near Airport In South Sacramento

    2 Men Found With Fatal Gunshot Wounds Near Airport In South Sacramento
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Two men were shot and killed early Sunday near Sacramento Executive Airport, the Sacramento Police Department said.
    The suspect in the shooting had already left the scene prior to law enforcement arriving, but investigators said they believe the suspect and victims were known to each other.
    Officers were dispatched at around 4:15 to the 1400 block of McAllister Avenue, just west of the airport, and located the victims inside of a residence.
    Personnel from the Sacrament
  • Local Businesses Hope Small Business Saturday Provides Boost Amid Pandemic

    Local Businesses Hope Small Business Saturday Provides Boost Amid Pandemic
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – It was a day for small business owners to strut their stuff hoping shoppers will keep them afloat after a very tough year.
    Economists estimate more than a hundred thousand small businesses haven’t survived the pandemic – and more closures could be on the way.
    This weekend marked Small Business Saturday – and for many, it’s make or break.
    Local businesses pushed sales hoping to lure in shoppers as many struggle to stay afloat during the pandemic.
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  • ‘Give Us Closure:’ Family Of Two Teens Killed At Arden Fair Plead For Justice

    ‘Give Us Closure:’ Family Of Two Teens Killed At Arden Fair Plead For Justice
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Tears, hugs and passionate pleas were among the sights of a family-staged press conference at Arden Fair mall Saturday evening, a little more than a day since two young men were shot and killed while Black Friday shopping.
    Family identified the two shooting victims as 19-year-old Dewayne James, Jr. and 17-year-old Sa’Quan Reed-James.
    “They came here for a better life,” said Sharron Jackson, the teens’ aunt. “They came here to Black Friday
  • COVID Concerns Loom As Rocklin Basketball Center Expected To Hold 40-Team Tournament After Outbreak

    COVID Concerns Loom As Rocklin Basketball Center Expected To Hold 40-Team Tournament After Outbreak
    ROCKLIN (CBS13) – Defying health orders even after a COVID-19 outbreak, hundreds of basketball players are expected for a big tournament in Rocklin this weekend at the same facility linked to more than two dozen cases.
    Players pulled up ready to hit the court at Courtside Basketball Center in Rocklin – which recently had 30 positive cases linked to the facility.
    “I was kind of worried about it, but after I seen that they’ve done more precautions, I didn’t know why b
  • Woman Hospitalized After Crowbar Attack In Stockton, Police Say

    Woman Hospitalized After Crowbar Attack In Stockton, Police Say
    STOCKTON (CBS13) – A woman is in the hospital after being attacked by a man with a crowbar in Stockton, authorities said.
    According to the Stockton Police Department, the assault happened at around 7 p.m. Friday along East Alpine Avenue, just west of Oak Park and the Stockton Rural Cemetery.
    A man, 29, and the woman, 26, arrived at the location with the suspect waiting for them, authorities said.
    The three got into an argument, which resulted in the suspect attacking the man and the woman.
  • Stockton Police Engage In Standoff With Assault Suspect

    Stockton Police Engage In Standoff With Assault Suspect
    STOCKTON (CBS13) – Officers engaged in a standoff with an assault suspect on Saturday, the Stockton Police Department said.
    The suspect, a woman, was potentially involved in an assault with a deadly weapon case.
    Police said she locked herself in her home in the area of River Ridge Avenue and Henry Long Boulevard, in the Weston Ranch area. As of 6:30 p.m., Stockton police said the woman was still in her home and the scene was still active.
    Authorities said the woman poses no threat to other
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  • Travis AFB Medic Dies In Non-Combat Vehicle Incident In United Arab Emirates

    Travis AFB Medic Dies In Non-Combat Vehicle Incident In United Arab Emirates
    TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE (CBS13) – A Travis Air Force Base medic died in a non-combat vehicle accident in the United Arab Emirates, the U.S. Department of Defense announced on Saturday.
    Captain Kelliann Leli, 30, of Parlin, N.J., died in an incident at the Al Dhafra Air Base, officials said. The cause of the incident is under investigation.
    Lili was assigned to the 60th Healthcare Operations Squadron at Travis AFB.
    “Our entire Travis family is beyond heartbroken over the tragic loss of
  • Holiday Shoppers Back To Business After Deadly Arden Fair Shooting Killed 2 On Black Friday

    Holiday Shoppers Back To Business After Deadly Arden Fair Shooting Killed 2 On Black Friday
    ARDEN ARCADE (CBS13) – Arden Fair reopened and holiday shoppers were back to business as usual, not even a full day after a deadly mall shooting killed two people on Black Friday.
    “Coming to a mall, where there are kids, parents, and grandmas – they didn’t have any consideration for anybody else,” said Marcus Ross.
    Ross was one of several customers who made their way back to Arden Fair on Saturday not even 24 hours after the deadly shooting turned what was a haven f
  • Mobile Home Fire In Butte County Kills 1

    Mobile Home Fire In Butte County Kills 1
    MAGALIA (CBS13) – One person died after a mobile home caught fire in Butte County on Friday night, Cal Fire announced.
    According to Cal Fire, a double-wide mobile home caught fire shortly before 10 p.m. along Wood Drive in Magalia, which is just north of Paradise and northeast of Chico.
    Here are photos from the scene.magalia fire 1Photo from the scene of the deadly fire along Wood Drive in Magalia on Friday, Nov. 27, 2020, courtesy of Cal Firemagalia fire 2Photo from the scene of the deadl
  • 2 Teens Killed In Black Friday Shooting At Arden Fair Mall

    2 Teens Killed In Black Friday Shooting At Arden Fair Mall
    ARDEN ARCADE (CBS13) – Two teenagers are dead after a shooting occurred at the Arden Fair mall on Friday evening, authorities said.
    The Sacramento Police Department is calling it a targeted shooting.
    Authorities said the suspect has fled from the area. Police also said this was not an active shooter situation and that there is no active threat at the mall at this time.
    Following the shooting, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg issued a statement on concerns about the increase of gun violen
  • Rocklin Basketball Center To Hold Weekend Tournament Despite COVID Outbreak, County Health Orders

    Rocklin Basketball Center To Hold Weekend Tournament Despite COVID Outbreak, County Health Orders
    ROCKLIN (CBS13) – Placer County has asked the Courtside Basketball Center in Rocklin to shut down after at least 30 positive coronavirus cases were linked to a youth basketball tournament at the facility.
    Owner Jacob Biagi said the facility “will continue to operate” despite public health orders requiring indoor fitness facilities to close and banning contact sports.
    “Student-athletes and youth sports – this is part of their lives as well. It’s also necessary
  • Firefighters Answer More Calls Involving Homeless Camp Fires As Temperatures Remain Low

    Firefighters Answer More Calls Involving Homeless Camp Fires As Temperatures Remain Low
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – There’s no doubt that many nerves are raw after a devastating and deadly fire season. Now as temperatures drop, there are increasing concerns with a rise in homeless camp fires.
    “Every winter we see a change in our calls and right now we are seeing more calls from our transient population,” said Sacramento Fire Department spokesperson Chris Vestal.
    The Sacramento Area Firefighter’s Union posted its concerns on Facebook, saying it is seeing every
  • Witnesses Describe Chaos After Deadly Shooting Inside Arden Fair Mall

    Witnesses Describe Chaos After Deadly Shooting Inside Arden Fair Mall
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Witnesses working inside Arden Fair Mall said they heard multiple gunshots, then had to rush to get outside following a shooting that killed one person and injured another.
    Cellphone video shows horrified shoppers walking up to an entrance for some Black Friday shopping, only to discover a deadly shooting scene.
    Moments earlier, those inside were forced to flee after the sound of gunshots.
    “We started hearing like 10 shots and then I said, ‘We’ve got
  • 1 Dead, 1 Critically Injured After Black Friday Shooting At Arden Fair Mall, Authorities Say

    1 Dead, 1 Critically Injured After Black Friday Shooting At Arden Fair Mall, Authorities Say
    ARDEN-ARCADE (CBS13) – One person is dead and another was taken to the hospital after a shooting occurred at the Arden Fair mall on Friday evening, the Sacramento Fire Department said.
    According to Sacramento Fire Department personnel on the scene, the alive victim suffered life-threatening injuries and was taken to the hospital for treatment.
    Authorities said the suspect has fled from the area. Police also said this was not an active shooter situation and that there is no active threat at
  • Police Search For Assault Suspect After Chase In Modesto

    Police Search For Assault Suspect After Chase In Modesto
    MODESTO (CBS13) – Authorities are searching for a man who led officers on a chase and is accused of assaulting his girlfriend with a gun, the Modesto Police Department said.
    Police said they located Meliton Coronado Jr., 37, driving at around 7:30 a.m. on Friday in the area of Briggsmore and Rose avenues.
    Coronado sped away, initiating a pursuit with law enforcement. According to police, pursuing officers ended the chase due to Coronado driving recklessly at speeds of over 90 miles per hou
  • Paintball Guns, Money Stolen During Burglary At Rocklin Paintball Business

    Paintball Guns, Money Stolen During Burglary At Rocklin Paintball Business
    ROCKLIN (CBS13) – A Rocklin business owner said thieves stole thousands of dollars and nearly 20 paintball guns from his store on Thursday night.
    The burglary at Predator Paintball Store, located on Granite Drive, happened at around 8:30 p.m., the owner said. Police responded to the scene within minutes but the suspects were already gone.
    The front door to the store was smashed and the wall where the guns were on display was cleared out.
    The owner said the store remained open on Friday and
  • 1 Dead, 1 Critically Injured After Shooting At Arden Fair Mall, Authorities Say

    1 Dead, 1 Critically Injured After Shooting At Arden Fair Mall, Authorities Say
    ARDEN-ARCADE (CBS13) – One person is dead and another was taken to the hospital after a shooting occurred at the Arden Fair mall on Friday evening, the Sacramento Fire Department said.
    According to Sacramento Fire Department personnel on the scene, the alive victim suffered life-threatening injuries and was taken to the hospital for treatment.
    Authorities said the suspect has fled from the area. Police also said this was not an active shooter situation and that there is no active threat at
  • Cashing In On Nature: Some ‘Opt Outside’ Instead of Shop on Black Friday

    Cashing In On Nature: Some ‘Opt Outside’ Instead of Shop on Black Friday
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The inside of stores wasn’t the only place to find people on Black Friday. Many people chose to #OptOutside, but it’s more than a hashtag. The idea has significant mental health benefits.
    At Discovery Park, the sounds of the river were calming for the Grewal family. Kamal Grewal chose to cash in on nature instead of spending money at stores on the biggest shopping day of the year.
    “Everyone’s out shopping or staying inside, but because it’
  • Shoppers Flock To Roseville Galleria For Black Friday Amid Pandemic

    Shoppers Flock To Roseville Galleria For Black Friday Amid Pandemic
    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – Tima and Micah were both eager to head to the Roseville Galleria hoping to find good Black Friday discounts but instead found themselves waiting in long lines just to get into shops.
    In the three hours the two spent at the mall, they say they only got into four stores.
    “The line to get into the store is what is taking so long,” one of the two explained.
    The Black Friday lines allowed businesses to better manage store capacity by only letting a certain amount
  • Small Businesses Try To Stay Afloat Amid Pandemic, Holiday Shopping Season

    Small Businesses Try To Stay Afloat Amid Pandemic, Holiday Shopping Season
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Sacramento business associations are doing all they can to promote Small Business Saturday this year.
    According to the Downtown Sacramento Partnership, a quarter of downtown shops and restaurants are closed down – some due to current coronavirus mandates – and some for good.
    Shopping small will have a big impact amid problems posed by the pandemic.
    Due to the stay at home order, Stephanie Bozzalla, owner of Identity Boutique in downtown Sacramento, has reli
  • 82 Test Positive For COVID At Capitola Nursing Facility

    82 Test Positive For COVID At Capitola Nursing Facility
    SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (AP/CBS13) — Pacific Coast Manor, a skilled nursing facility in Santa Cruz County, is reporting more than 80 cases of COVID-19 among its residents and staff.
    The Capitola facility said Thursday that 48 residents and 34 staff members have tested positive for the coronavirus since the pandemic began in March. It is not clear how many of those cases were reported in recent days.
    Officials with Covenant Care, which owns Pacific Coast Manor, did not immediately return a messa
  • Man, 81, Killed By Car While Walking Bike In North Highlands; Driver Suspected Of DUI

    Man, 81, Killed By Car While Walking Bike In North Highlands; Driver Suspected Of DUI
    NORTH HIGHLANDS (CBS13) – A driver suspected of being on drugs was arrested after he hit and killed an 81-year-old man who was walking his bike on a sidewalk in North Highlands, the California Highway Patrol said on Friday.
    North Sacramento area CHP said the collision happened at around 9:18 a.m. at the intersection of Walerga Road and Bainbridge Drive.
    The pedestrian, of Sacramento, was walking his bike along the right sidewalk of Bainbridge when the driver, a 31-year-old man also from Sa
  • 4-Year-Old Girl Drowns At Point Reyes National Seashore On Thanksgiving

    4-Year-Old Girl Drowns At Point Reyes National Seashore On Thanksgiving
    Tragedy struck on Thanksgiving when a crashing wave swept a 4-year-old girl out to sea from a beach at Point Reyes National Seashore, causing her to drown, according to local fire officials.
  • CHP: Fatal Crashes, DUI Arrests Up From Thanksgiving Holiday 2019

    CHP: Fatal Crashes, DUI Arrests Up From Thanksgiving Holiday 2019
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – DUIs and fatal crashes during the Thanksgiving holiday are up over last year, according to the CHP.On Friday, the CHP announced it has made 315 DUI arrests during what it calls the Thanksgiving Maximum Enforcement Period.Twelve people have died in crashes in CHP’s jurisdiction, they say. Of those 12 fatalities, four were not wearing seatbelts at the time.
    They urge people to drive safely and wear seatbelts.
  • 1-Month-Old Modesto Infant’s Death Being Investigated By Police

    1-Month-Old Modesto Infant’s Death Being Investigated By Police
    MODESTO (CBS13) – Police are investigating the suspicious death of a 1-month-old Modesto infant.
    At around 5 a.m. Friday, police officers, firefighters, and paramedics were dispatched to the 1300 block of Marin Avenue in southwest Modesto to help a 1-month-old baby who was not breathing.
    A deputy and a Modesto police officer arrived within minutes of the call, and lifesaving efforts were given.
    The baby was taken to Doctors Medical Center but did not survive. During the examination medical
  • Man Dies After Car Leaves Road, Flips In Stanislaus County

    Man Dies After Car Leaves Road, Flips In Stanislaus County
    STANISLAUS COUNTY (CBS13) – A man was killed Friday when his car drove off the road and flipped in Stanislaus County.
    Around 3:30 a.m. Friday morning, the 26-year-old driver traveling northbound on Highway 33 south of Gaffery Road when he went to pass another car. He pulled into the southbound lane to pass, and when he pulled back into the northbound lane, made an unsafe maneuver, left the road, and flipped the car, according to a statement from the CHP.The man died as a result of his inju
  • Social Distancing Rules May Cause Shoppers To Wait To Get Inside Roseville Galleria

    Social Distancing Rules May Cause Shoppers To Wait To Get Inside Roseville Galleria
    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – With shoppers flocking to malls and shopping centers on this Black Friday, police are warning that, due to social distancing rules, shoppers might have to wait their turn.This year, stores in most California counties will be at 25 percent capacity due to social distancing rules.On Thursday, Roseville police said Westfield Galleria at Roseville will be monitoring mall capacity throughout the holiday weekend. If the mall reaches its capacity, it may temporarily close some
  • Roseville Galleria Warns That Shoppers May Not Be Allowed Inside If Too Many Come

    Roseville Galleria Warns That Shoppers May Not Be Allowed Inside If Too Many Come
    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – With shoppers flocking to malls and shopping centers on this Black Friday, police are warning that, due to social distancing rules, shoppers might have to wait their turn.This year, stores in most California counties will be at 25 percent capacity due to social distancing rules.On Thursday, Roseville police said Westfield Galleria at Roseville will be monitoring mall capacity throughout the holiday weekend. If the mall reaches its capacity, it may temporarily close some

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