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  • Student Stabbed By Fellow Student During Fight At Turlock High School

    Student Stabbed By Fellow Student During Fight At Turlock High School
    TURLOCK (CBS13) — A student was stabbed by another student during a fight at Turlock High School on Friday, officials say.
    According to a message from the Turlock Unified School District sent to parents about the incident, some sort of altercation had occurred between the two students. One of the students was ended up being stabbed with a knife, authorities say.
    The student who allegedly stabbed the other student has been taken into custody by police.
    Medics have taken the student who was
  • Already-Endangered Young Salmon In Sacramento River Latest Victim Of Drought

    Already-Endangered Young Salmon In Sacramento River Latest Victim Of Drought
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — An already dwindling salmon species in the Sacramento River is now the latest victim of the drought gripping the Western U.S.
    Wildlife experts say less than 3% of the winter-run Chinook salmon actually survived the hot dry summer. Now, there are concerns restrictions aimed at saving such fish populations could deprive cities and farmers of water deliveries this year.
    We’re now seeing just how much of a toll last summer’s scorching heat wave and relentless d
  • ‘What Are We Doing To Really Solve The Issues?’ — Questions Arise After Two Sacramento Homicides In First 2 Days Of The Year

    ‘What Are We Doing To Really Solve The Issues?’ — Questions Arise After Two Sacramento Homicides In First 2 Days Of The Year
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Two homicides occurred in the first two days of 2022 marking a violent start to the year in Sacramento.
    The city’s first homicide of the year happened in the area near Florez Bar and Grill in South Sacramento.
    “It’s a traumatic experience for everybody,” explained Isabella Florez, the assistant manager of Florez Bar and Grill. “They were all frightened. They wanted to make sure that the guy was OK of course.”
    The Florez family owns t
  • Frustrations Grow As Crews Fall Behind On Clearing Foliage From Sacramento Streets

    Frustrations Grow As Crews Fall Behind On Clearing Foliage From Sacramento Streets
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As another storm makes its way across Northern California, there’s growing concern in Sacramento about leaves still left in city streets and gutters from past storms.
    Pile after pile of leaves are leaving many people frustrated.
    “It’s crazy,” Sacramento resident Mel Cornsilk said. “There’s just piles everywhere.”
    The falling foliage happens every year in the city of trees, but this year, crews are taking much longer to scoop up
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  • First-Ever Nevada County Firewood Stations Created For Customers With No Power

    First-Ever Nevada County Firewood Stations Created For Customers With No Power
    NEVADA COUNTY (CBS13) — There are new emergency measures in Nevada County to keep people safe during week two of the widespread power outage in the foothills.The county is now trucking in firewood for people who have no other method to stay warm. CBS13 was there are as a truck unloaded a delivery of firewood to fight off the freezing cold.The logs, from Butte County, are free for pickup to help heat Nevada County homes stuck in an outage too long for anyone’s comfort.Suprya Star
  • More Than 1,600 Pot Plants Seized In Valley Springs; 1 Cited

    More Than 1,600 Pot Plants Seized In Valley Springs; 1 Cited
    VALLEY SPRINGS (CBS13) — Calaveras County sheriff’s deputies seized more than $2 million worth of illegal marijuana from two grow houses, authorities said Monday.
    According to the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office, deputies issued two search warrants at homes in Valley Springs on December 28.
    The first was on Southworth Road. Deputies seized 928 marijuana plants and more than 65-pounds of pot. No arrests were made.
    The second happened on Crotty Way. Deputies foun
  • Hundreds Protest Vaccine Mandate For Children At California State Capitol

    Hundreds Protest Vaccine Mandate For Children At California State Capitol
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Protesters on the steps of the California State Capitol on Monday called for an end to COVID-19 vaccine mandates in schools.
    The protest drew in activists from across the state. Hundreds gathered to relay their message loud and clear.
    “We are completely against any kind of COVID-19 vaccine mandate for children,” activist Joshua Cole said. “We don’t think it’s necessary. We think parents can make their own decisions for their chil
  • 1 Injured In Apartment Fire In Roseville

    1 Injured In Apartment Fire In Roseville
    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — One person was hospitalized after a fire broke out at an apartment complex in Roseville, officials said Monday.
    (credit: Roseville Fire Department)
    According to the Roseville Fire Department, a crew responded just before 4:30 a.m. to a fire burning in the Maidu neighborhood. Inside one of the apartment units, one room and other contents were found burning.
    Additional units were called to the scene due to the magnitude of the fire. Neighbors at the complex were able to s
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  • Home Test Kits Make Back To School Easy For Sac City Unified Families

    Home Test Kits Make Back To School Easy For Sac City Unified Families
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Back to school meant back to COVID testing, especially with the omicron variant surging and the number of people gathering over the holidays.
    Parents pulled up with peace of mind.
    “Easy home kit, 15 minutes, uploaded it into the system or database they use and they got the response and it came back negative. So it worked out,” said Joshua Ramos.
    Ramos has two children in Sacramento City Unified schools. He was glad the district gave out home test kits
  • ‘This Is My Community’: For Many PG&E Linemen, Getting Power Back On In Foothills Is Personal

    ‘This Is My Community’: For Many PG&E Linemen, Getting Power Back On In Foothills Is Personal
    COLFAX (CBS13) — It’s week two with no power for 25,000 Pacific Gas and Electric customers in the Sierra Foothills after a record-setting snowstorm knocked down trees and power lines throughout the region.
    PG&E says more than 1,200 linemen have been working long hours for weeks straight to restore power to the communities in the area.
    Anthony Albright, a lineman with PG&E, says he hasn’t had a day off since before Christmas. He’s worked for PG&E for 18 years a
  • Elk Grove Police Chief Announces Intent To Retire This Year

    Elk Grove Police Chief Announces Intent To Retire This Year
    ELK GROVE (CBS13) – The Elk Grove police chief has announced that he will be retiring in 2022.
    In a public statement issued Monday, Chief Timony Albright announced his intent to retire from the Department. While the exact date of his departure hasn’t been announced, it’s expected to happen in March, the Department says.
    About his retirement, Albright issued a statement Monday that reads, in part:
    “It has been an honor to work alongside the men and women of the Elk Grove P
  • Rocklin Construction Site Burglary Suspect Identified As James Watson Of Carmichael

    Rocklin Construction Site Burglary Suspect Identified As James Watson Of Carmichael
    ROCKLIN (CBS13) – A man has been arrested after he allegedly burglarized a building under construction in Rocklin.
    On December 22 around 3:30 a.m., a deputy with the Placer County Sheriff’s Office was patrolling a construction area on Cincinnati Ave. in Rocklin when he reportedly saw a flash of light inside a partially finished building, according to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.
    When the deputy drove closer to investigate, the suspect, 33-year-old James Watson, of Carmic
  • More Rain And Snow Arriving In Northern California Monday

    More Rain And Snow Arriving In Northern California Monday
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CBS13/AP) — Wind, rain and snow were forecast to return to Northern California on Monday, forecasters said.
    Unlike the December weather systems that brought much-needed rain and snow to most of the state, the latest system was not forecast to reach Southern California.
    The Sacramento National Weather Service Office said significant travel problems were possible on Interstate 5 north of Redding and lighter snowfall accumulations were expected to impact travel over the no
  • Approaching Storm Could Bring 6-8 Inches Of Snow To Donner Pass

    Approaching Storm Could Bring 6-8 Inches Of Snow To Donner Pass
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CBS13/AP) — Wind, rain and snow were forecast to return to Northern California on Monday, forecasters said.
    Unlike the December weather systems that brought much-needed rain and snow to most of the state, the latest system was not forecast to reach Southern California.
    The Sacramento National Weather Service Office said significant travel problems were possible on Interstate 5 north of Redding and lighter snowfall accumulations were expected to impact travel over the no
  • PG&E Says 25,000 Sierra Customers Still Without Power

    PG&E Says 25,000 Sierra Customers Still Without Power
    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) — Utility crews were able to restore power to several over 4,000 customers over the weekend, but thousands still remain in the dark.
    As of Monday morning, there were about 25,000 customers without power in the Sierra Division, which are mostly in Placer, Nevada and El Dorado Counties, PG&E spokesperson Megan McFarland said.
    “We have more than 2,000 personnel working on assessments and restoration, including 1,200 line workers. We also have 100+ mutual aid cr
  • Lanes Of I-80 That Were Closed At West El Camino Avenue Reopen

    Lanes Of I-80 That Were Closed At West El Camino Avenue Reopen
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Interstate 80 is back open at West El Camino Avenue after a closure caused delays for morning commuters.
    The closure happened before 6 a.m. Monday and was caused by some type of law enforcement activity at the West El Camino overpass.
    Sacramento County Sheriff’s vehicles could be seen in the area.
    At 6:41 a.m., a CHP spokesperson said the affected roadway had reopened and that the normal flow of traffic had resumed.Traffic backed up in both directions I-80 at Wes
  • ‘We’ve Actually Seen A Lot Of Improvement,’ Smiling Dog Finds Forever Home

    ‘We’ve Actually Seen A Lot Of Improvement,’ Smiling Dog Finds Forever Home
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Eight-pound chihuahua mix, Jasper, will run like the rest of them, cuddle, and even enjoy a good scratch behind the ears. But it’s clear he’s one of a kind when he tilts his head and gives a big smile.
    “So Jasper was just born with a body that isn’t built like other dogs,” said Haley Waugh.
    Haley waugh with the front street animal shelter first told us about jasper the smiling dog back in September. Hoping to raise money for whatever medic
  • El Dorado County School Closures Due To Weather Conditions

    El Dorado County School Closures Due To Weather Conditions
    El DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — Due to weather conditions, some schools in the El Dorado County School District will be closed Monday.
    As of Sunday night, all sites at the Camino Union School District and Gold Oak Union School District will be closed.
    For more information and additional updates, visit the El Dorado County Office Of Education website, here.
  • Sacramento Families Scramble to Find COVID Tests Before Students Go Back to Class

    Sacramento Families Scramble to Find COVID Tests Before Students Go Back to Class
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The night before students in the Sacramento City Unified School District went back to school, many parents rushed to get their kids tested.
    The rush to find a COVID-19 test or testing site comes after the holidays, when many families gathered and the risk of exposure to the virus, including the highly contagious omicron variant, increased.
    SCUSD received 38,000 at-home COVID-19 test kits from the California Department of Public Health to administer to students and staf
  • Man Shot On South Land Park Drive, Died On Scene

    Man Shot On South Land Park Drive, Died On Scene
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man has been shot on South Land Park Drive, said the Sacramento Police Department.
    This occurred Sunday evening around 5900 block of South Land Park Drive.
    The victim has been reported to have died on the scene.
    No arrests have been made as of Sunday evening although a homicide investigation has been initiated.
  • Man Shot In South Land Park, Died On Scene

    Man Shot In South Land Park, Died On Scene
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man has been shot in South Land Park, said the Sacramento Police Department.
    This occurred Sunday evening around 5900 block of South Land Park.
    The victim has been reported to have died on the scene.
    No arrests have been made as of Sunday evening although a homicide investigation has been initiated.
  • Man Shot In South Land Park

    Man Shot In South Land Park
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man has been shot in South Land Park, said the Sacramento Police Department.
    This occurred Sunday evening around 5900 block of South Land Park.
    The victim’s condition is not available at the time and no arrests have been made as of Sunday evening.
  • Ill Patient Rescued From Remote Snowy Location

    Ill Patient Rescued From Remote Snowy Location
    CASA LOMA (CBS13) — An ill patient was rescued from a remote part of Casa Loma near Alta by Placer Search and Rescue, said Cal Fire Neu.
    “After a rescue operation that lasted several hours, the patient was transported back to the Incident Command Post and then to Auburn Faith Hospital,” said Cal Fire Neu.
    The rescue mission was aided by a fire protection district member who used a personal snowmobile to create a trail for the search and rescue crews.
    There is no additional info
  • One Killed In Mass Casualty Collision In Carmichael

    One Killed In Mass Casualty Collision In Carmichael
    CARMICHAEL (CBS13) — A head-on-two-vehicle collision at Walnut Avenue and Kinross Road in Carmichael caused one fatality, said the Sacramento Metro Fire Department.
    The incident involved two vehicles with 5 total victims, all of which were transported to local hospitals.
    There were three victims who had minor injuries and one had moderate injuries.
    The victim with critical injuries has been announced as Carissa Francine Bowman of Camirchael, whose injuries proved fatal.
    No more information
  • 27,000 PG&E Customers Still Without Power In Placer, El Dorado, and Nevada Counties

    27,000 PG&E Customers Still Without Power In Placer, El Dorado, and Nevada Counties
    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) — Crews were able to restore power to several thousand customers last night, however, 27,000 customers still remain in the dark.
    These remaining customers reside between El Dorado, Placer, and Nevada with most of the customers in Nevada County.
    “We are seeing a lot of damaged electrical equipment due to the snow and hundreds of fallen trees. For example, we have assessed more than 10,000 locations and have identified more than 2,100 in need of repairs in those t
  • Nevada County Shelters And Resources For Those Without Power

    Nevada County Shelters And Resources For Those Without Power
    NEVADA COUNTY (CBS13) — With over 15,000 Nevada County PG&E customers without power, the county has provided resources to help those in need of shelter or food and provisions.
    Two shelters are available at Bear River High School at 11130 Magnolia Road, Grass Valley, and Nevada City Veterans Hall at 415 North Pine Street in Nevada City.
    Both locations provide heat, power, and charging stations, as well as food and water. A Warming Center is open at Madelyn Helling Library from 8 a.m. to
  • 28,000 PG&E Customers Still Without Power In Placer, El Dorado, and Nevada Counties

    28,000 PG&E Customers Still Without Power In Placer, El Dorado, and Nevada Counties
    PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) — Crews were able to restore power to several thousand customers last night, however, 28,000 customers still remain in the dark.
    These remaining customers reside between El Dorado, Placer, and Nevada with most of the customers in Nevada County.
    “We are seeing a lot of damaged electrical equipment due to the snow and hundreds of fallen trees. For example, we have assessed more than 10,000 locations and have identified more than 2,100 in need of repairs in those t
  • Structure Fire In Fairfield Threatens Buildings

    FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — Crews are responding to a structure fire on Regatta Circle at 3:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon, said the Fairfield Fire Department.
    The fire has jeopardized two structures as crews work to extinguish the blaze.
    As of now, not much information is known about the fire.Fairfield Fire fighters are responding a first alarm structure fire in the 2700 block of Regatta Cr. Please avoid the area.
    — Fairfield Fire Dept. (@Fairfieldfire) January 2, 2022
  • Fatal Shooting In Salida Saturday Night

    SALIDA (CBS13) — The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a fatal shooting committed Saturday night in Salida.
    Sgt. Erich Layton told The Bee on Sunday morning that deputies and California Highway Patrol officers were summoned to the 4200 block of San Martin Court around 9:50 p.m. About a half-mile southwest of Salida Park is this location.
    They found a male lying in the roadway, with gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
    Layton had no immediate info
  • One Injured By Fire In North Sacramento, Two Dead

    One Injured By Fire In North Sacramento, Two Dead
    NORTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Three people have been injured after their residences caught fire in North Sacramento on Sunday morning.
    The fire happened in the area of Presidio St. and Harris Ave., according to a tweet from the Sacramento Fire Department. They reported that three people were taken from the building and transported to the hospital.
    Two of the victims were adult males who both died. One female survives in critical condition.
    The cause of the fire is under investigation.UPDATE:

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