• House Of Oliver Restaurant Worker Dies From Her Injuries After Shooting

    House Of Oliver Restaurant Worker Dies From Her Injuries After Shooting
    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — The Roseville restaurant worker who was shot while on the job on Monday has died from her injuries, police say.
    Employees at House of Oliver along Douglas Boulevard said the shooting happened around 3:20 p.m. inside the restaurant as they were preparing for the dinner rush.
    A suspect was taken into custody and was the only person of interest in the case, police said.
    On Tuesday, Roseville police announced the woman had died. Her name has still not been released.
    Police
  • Former US Sen. Barbara Boxer Robbed In Oakland

    Former US Sen. Barbara Boxer Robbed In Oakland
    OAKLAND (CBS13) – Former Senator Barbara Boxer says she was robbed today in the San Francisco Bay Area.
    File photo of former Sen. Barbara Boxer. (Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for CORE Gala)
    According to her official Twitter account, the  US Senator representing California was in the Jack London Square neighborhood of Oakland when someone pushed her from behind, stole her cellphone, then got into a waiting car nearby and drove off.
    She says she was not seriously hurt.
    Boxer serv
  • Jet Plane Crash Near Truckee Sparks Small Wildland Fire

    Jet Plane Crash Near Truckee Sparks Small Wildland Fire
    TRUCKEE (CBS13) — Authorities say a small jet plane crashed while approaching the Truckee airport early Monday afternoon. 
    The crash started a fire that has since been contained. (Credit: Truckee Police)
    The crash happened a little before 1:30 p.m. near the Ponderosa Golf Course.
    According to the FAA, Bombardier CL 600 was making its approach to the Truckee-Tahoe Airport when it crashed. The plane crashed into a heavily-treed area near Reynolds Way, sparking a wildland fire.
    A Tr
  • Plane Crash Near Truckee Sparks Small Wildland Fire

    Plane Crash Near Truckee Sparks Small Wildland Fire
    TRUCKEE (CBS13) — Crews are responding to a plane crash in Truckee that started a fire Monday afternoon.
    The crash happened around 1:30 p.m. near the Ponderosa Golf Course.
    No details about the plane involved in the incident have been released. It’s unclear if there were any injuries.
    A Truckee Fire official says the fire has been contained and there is no threat to Truckee at this time.Fire crews responding to a plane crash and small wildland fire near Ponderosa Golf Course.Fire has
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  • Bear Cub Injured In Tamarack Fire To Be Rehabilitated

    Bear Cub Injured In Tamarack Fire To Be Rehabilitated
    MARKLEEVILLE (CBS13) — A black bear cub has been rescued after it was badly injured in the Tamarack Fire.
    “Tamarack” the bear cub after being rescued. (Credit: Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care)
    Alpine County authorities say, on Sunday evening, a Markleeville resident reported seeing an injured black bear cub in the area. With the bear’s mother nowhere to be found, Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care took the cub in.
    The cub, now affectionately named “Tamarack,” has since been ta
  • Dixie Fire Grows To 197,487 Acres; 21% Contained

    Dixie Fire Grows To 197,487 Acres; 21% Contained
    BUTTE COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Dixie Fire impacting Butte and Plumas counties.
    11:24 a.m.
    The Dixie Fire is quickly getting close to 200,000 acres burned. 
    On Monday, Cal Fire reported that the wildfire had grown to 197,487 acres. Containment is also up to 22 percent. 
    Part of the reason for the big jump in acreage was the Dixie Fire merging with the nearby Fly Fire over the weekend. 
    Firefighters are hopeful that, with temperatures decreasing a bit, that fire beha
  • California To Require All State And Health Care Workers To Provide Proof Of COVID Vaccination, Or Do Weekly Testing

    California To Require All State And Health Care Workers To Provide Proof Of COVID Vaccination, Or Do Weekly Testing
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13/AP) — California leaders are set to announce on Monday that all state workers and health care employees will need to provide proof of getting the COVID-19 vaccination or do weekly testing.
    The new rule will take effect next month, officials said.
    There are at least 238,000 state employees, according to the California controller’s office. Health officials couldn’t immediately provide an estimate on the size of the health care workforce in the nation’s mos
  • Man, 40, Killed In Stockton Hit-And-Run

    Man, 40, Killed In Stockton Hit-And-Run
    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Officers are searching for the suspect who struck and killed a man in Stockton over the weekend.
    Stockton police say, around 6 p.m., officers were called to the 400 block of South San Joaquin Street to investigate after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle.
    That person, a 40-year-old man, was rushed to the hospital but was later pronounced dead.
    It appears someone driving a light blue or grey, late-90s Toyota minivan struck the man.
    A surveillance photo of the suspect&rs
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  • Child Airlifted To Hospital After Modesto Crash Involving Deputy

    Child Airlifted To Hospital After Modesto Crash Involving Deputy
    MODESTO (CBS13) — A crash involving a Stanislaus County Sheriff patrol car and two other vehicles led to a child being airlifted to the hospital Sunday night.
    The crash happened a little after 9:30 a.m. near College and Orangeburg avenues in Modesto.
    Exactly what led up to the crash is unclear, but authorities say the sheriff’s deputy was en route to a call when the accident happened.
    Three vehicles were involved in the crash and the patrol car suffered significant damage, authoritie
  • First Responders Assigned To Dixie Fire Rescue Boy From Drowning At Redding Hotel

    First Responders Assigned To Dixie Fire Rescue Boy From Drowning At Redding Hotel
    REDDING (CBS13) — A group of first responders helping in the Dixie Fire jumped into action to prevent a different kind of tragedy.
    On Sunday, the Cal Fire’s Butte Unit posted a video detailing the harrowing incident. Parademics from several departments were staying at a hotel in Redding when they heard a mother screaming. They quickly found the woman’s 10-year-old son partially unresponsive in the hotel’s pool.
    The first responders jumped the fence and began CPR.
    One of t
  • Big Rig Trailer Collapses In On Itself Along Highway 99 In Turlock

    Big Rig Trailer Collapses In On Itself Along Highway 99 In Turlock
    TURLOCK (CBS13) — Traffic is slow on northbound Highway 99 through Turlock due to a big rig trailer that looks like it partially imploded on itself Monday morning.The accident happened just after 5:30 a.m. right near the W. Main Street on-ramp.
    California Highway Patrol says the onramp will be closed for some time as the load is transferred from the damaged truck to a different trailer.
    Exactly what caused the trailer to collapse is unclear.
  • Recycling A Profit: El Dorado Hills Students Turn 3D Printing Passion Into Small Business

    Recycling A Profit: El Dorado Hills Students Turn 3D Printing Passion Into Small Business
    EL DORADO HILLS (CBS13) – Two high school students in El Dorado Hills got creative during the pandemic. They turned their passion for 3D printing into their own small business by inventing a product they hope will help the environment.
    Oak Ridge High juniors Cole Johnson and John Enders admit they were bored during the pandemic.
    “Everybody had trouble finding things to do,” Johnson said.
    “I’m looking at these guys and they’re bored out of their minds,” s
  • ‘It Looks Like a Horror Film’: Dixie Fire Evacuee Shares Firsthand Perspective As Firefighters Battle Blaze

    ‘It Looks Like a Horror Film’: Dixie Fire Evacuee Shares Firsthand Perspective As Firefighters Battle Blaze
    PLUMAS COUNTY (CBS13) — California’s largest wildfire so far this year continues to burn through Butte, Plumas and Lassen counties. The Dixie Fire merged with the Fly Fire overnight on Saturday and forced more people out of their homes, and burned parts of tiny towns to the ground.
    The Dixie Fire has scorched hundreds of thousands of acres, already. Video shows crackling flames shooting into the sky and towering over trees. The windy, dry and hot conditions continue to fuel the flame
  • Dixie Fire Grows To 192,849 Acres; 21% Contained

    Dixie Fire Grows To 192,849 Acres; 21% Contained
    BUTTE COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Dixie Fire impacting Butte and Plumas counties.
    9:00 p.m.
    In addition to the 16 structures that have been destroyed, at least one other has been damaged. According to Cal Fire, the Dixie Fire slightly grew into the night to burn 192,849 acres while it remained 21% contained.
    Evacuation orders for several areas remain in place. That information can be found below.
    4:30 p.m.
    According to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office, mandatory evacuations
  • Auburn Wildlife Rescue Receives First Wildfire Burn Victim Of Year

    Auburn Wildlife Rescue Receives First Wildfire Burn Victim Of Year
    NORTH AUBURN (CBS13) – A wildlife rescue in North Auburn on Sunday said it received its first wildfire victim of the year—a bobcat that suffered burns in the Dixie Fire in Plumas County.
    (credit: Gold Country Wildlife Rescue)
    The Gold Country Wildlife Rescue said the male bobcat arrived with burns on all four feet and appearing weak, but was resting comfortably after initial treatments. The bobcat was also said to be eating just fine and was alert and responsive.
    As of 7 p.m. Sunday,
  • Inmate Walks Away From Conservation Camp In El Dorado County, CDCR Says

    Inmate Walks Away From Conservation Camp In El Dorado County, CDCR Says
    GEORGETOWN (CBS13) – Authorities are searching for an inmate who walked away from a firefighting camp in El Dorado County, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said on Sunday.
    Edgar Benitez (credit: California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)
    Edgar L. Benitez, 25, was last seen in his dorm just after 10 p.m. Saturday at the Growlersburg Camp near the community of Georgetown. According to the CDCR, he was not present for a camp count, which happened soon
  • Big Rig Crash Causes Major Backups On I-80 In Colfax

    Big Rig Crash Causes Major Backups On I-80 In Colfax
    COLFAX (CBS13) – A big rig crash has caused major delays along I-80 in Colfax on Sunday.
    According to Caltrans, the crash happened along westbound I-80 near Placer Hills Road. Both lanes of westbound I-80 were blocked as a result of the crash.
    As of 5 p.m., cameras in the area still showed major backups. Passing traffic was being let through in the center median.
    What caused the crash is unknown at this time. There is no estimated time for the full reopening of the roadway.
    CBS13 will brin
  • Homicide Detectives Investigate After Man Found Dead At Stockton Intersection

    Homicide Detectives Investigate After Man Found Dead At Stockton Intersection
    STOCKTON (CBS13) – Officers are searching for a suspect after a man was found dead at a Stockton intersection late Saturday night.
    The Stockton Police Department on Sunday said officers received reports at around 11:13 p.m. of a person down in the roadway near El Dorado and Church streets in the Seaport District.
    The victim, 33, was unresponsive and pronounced dead at the scene. Their identity remains unknown at this time.
    Details regarding what killed the man were not released, but Stockt
  • Man Found Guilty Of 2018 First-Degree Murder Of Lodi Podiatrist Thomas Shock

    Man Found Guilty Of 2018 First-Degree Murder Of Lodi Podiatrist Thomas Shock
    STOCKTON (CBS13) – A man was found guilty of first-degree murder for the shooting death of a beloved Lodi podiatrist back in 2018, the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office announced on Sunday.
    Christopher Costello, 29, is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 18.
    San Joaquin County District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar said Costello was found guilty for his role in the murder of Dr. Thomas Shock, who was retired, in his home on August 1, 2018.
    Numerous others await sentenci
  • Arrest Made After Woman Found Dead In South Land Park Apartment

    Arrest Made After Woman Found Dead In South Land Park Apartment
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A 17-year-old boy has been arrested on homicide charges after a woman was found dead inside a South Land Park residence late Friday.
    On Sunday, Sacramento Police arrested the unidentified male and booked him into juvenile hall.
    They say he was known to the victim. The motive for the homicide remains unclear and detectives believe that there are no other suspects, according to police.
    At approximately 9:30 p.m. Friday, officers responded to the 7400 block of South Land
  • Bicyclist Dies After Being Hit By Alleged DUI Driver On American River Parkway In Sacramento Last Month

    Bicyclist Dies After Being Hit By Alleged DUI Driver On American River Parkway In Sacramento Last Month
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man hit after an alleged drunk driver plowed into a group of cyclists on the American River Parkway last month has died.
    He has been identified by the Sacramento County Coroner as 76-year-old Michael Dodson, of Sacramento.
    Following the incident on June 29, Sacramento Police said the driver somehow managed to get around the trail gates and onto the path.
    Members of the cycling community are shocked something like this could happen. Police said the driver entered the
  • West Sacramento Police Arrest Woman Found With Drugs

    West Sacramento Police Arrest Woman Found With Drugs
    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A 35-year-old woman from Temple City was arrested overnight on a number of charges, including driving under the influence.
    West Sacramento Police responded to a welfare check of a woman in the 600 block of Harbor Boulevard, when they say she was found passed out and displaying symptoms of being under the influence.
    Following standard field sobriety tests, the woman, whose name has not bee released, was arrested for driving under the influence and booked into the Y
  • Tamarack Fire Grows To 66,744 Acres; Containment Improves to 27%

    Tamarack Fire Grows To 66,744 Acres; Containment Improves to 27%
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13/AP) – Containment has improved to 27 percent in the Tamarack Fire which has burned 66,744 acres since its July 4th start.
    Many evacuation orders have been lifted, and today deputies from the Alpine and El Dorado county sheriff’s offices are providing escorts for residents within the evacuation areas to secure pets, papers and emergency items.
    The fire is burning in timber and head-high chaparral of mostly national forest land, according to fire officials.
    The fire,
  • Dixie Fire Grows To 190,625 Acres; 21% Contained

    Dixie Fire Grows To 190,625 Acres; 21% Contained
    BUTTE COUNTY (CBS13) — Overnight, the Dixie and Fly fires burning in Butte and Plumas counties burned together, making up an estimated 195,000 acres combined.
    Cal Fire said more than 10,700 structures were threatened by flames and at least 16 structures have been destroyed. The agency said the fire remains highly active with long-range spotting and extreme rates of spread in a remote area with limited access and steep terrain.
    See a time lapse of #FlyFire in Plumas County here: youtu.be/ub
  • California’s Largest Fire Torches Homes As Blazes Lash West

    California’s Largest Fire Torches Homes As Blazes Lash West
    INDIAN FALLS, Calif. (AP) — A wildfire raging in rugged terrain in Northern California has destroyed multiple homes as the state’s largest fire intensifies and numerous other blazes batter the U.S. West.
    The Dixie fire had already destroyed over a dozen homes and other structures when it tore through the tiny community of Indian Falls, in Plumas County, on Saturday night.
    An updated damage estimate wasn’t immediately available. But fire officials say the blaze has charred more
  • San Juan Unified Offers Signing Bonus To Get Teachers In Classrooms

    San Juan Unified Offers Signing Bonus To Get Teachers In Classrooms
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Back to school is just weeks away and some districts like San Juan Unified still need staff.
    Now, San Juan Unified is offering up $2,000 in a signing bonus to get teachers in the classroom.
    “I got hired on the spot,” said Yadiri Ortega.
    Ortega walked out of the district office with a new job and a little more cash in her wallet. She got hired at her alma mater and snagged that signing bonus to go along with it. It’s a moment she calls “full circ
  • Dixie Fire Grows To 181,289 Acres; 20% Contained

    Dixie Fire Grows To 181,289 Acres; 20% Contained
    BUTTE COUNTY (CBS13) — The latest on the Dixie Fire burning in Butte and Plumas counties:
    10:30 p.m.
    Containment for the Dixie Fire slightly improved to 20% Saturday night, according to Cal Fire. Acreage burned remained at 181,289.
    Cal Fire said more than 10,700 structures were threatened by flames and at least 16 structures have been destroyed. The agency said the fire remains highly active with long-range spotting and extreme rates of spread.
    Sacramento Metro Fire on Saturday said four f
  • ‘Makes You Pause And Makes You Think’: South Land Park Neighbors Alarmed By Homicide

    ‘Makes You Pause And Makes You Think’: South Land Park Neighbors Alarmed By Homicide
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Sacramento police are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found inside a South Land Park apartment.
    Investigators aren’t saying how she died but say the woman had serious injuries to her body.
    “I wish I would’ve reached out for her,” a neighbor said.
    A woman who asked CBS13 not to identify her cried over the death of her neighbor she often saw outside.
    “Every day, every day on her patio,” she said.
    She says the deceased
  • Newman Man Found With Meth, Unrestrained Toddler During Traffic Stop

    Newman Man Found With Meth, Unrestrained Toddler During Traffic Stop
    NEWMAN (CBS13) – A driver was arrested during a traffic stop after being found with methamphetamine and an unrestrained toddler as a passenger, the Newman Police Department said on Saturday.
    Ronny Soares, 48, of Newman, was pulled over at around 1:11 p.m. along the 26000 block of Highway 33.
    Newman police said Soares admitted to having the drugs inside of the vehicle. More than 80 grams of meth were found in a baggy.methMethamphetamine (credit: Newman Police Department)ronny-soaresRonny So
  • Man Convicted Of 21 Counts Of Child Sex Abuse In Sacramento County

    Man Convicted Of 21 Counts Of Child Sex Abuse In Sacramento County
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A jury convicted a man of possession of child pornography and 21 counts of committing lewd acts on a minor, the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office announced.
    Ismael Gonzalez-Rivas is scheduled to be sentenced on the morning of September 10 and faces multiple life sentences.
    Prosecutors said Gonzalez-Rivas had multiple victims. Eighteen of the lewd acts counts were with children under 14, while the remaining three involved a child aged 14 or 15.
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