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Heavy Rain Wreaks Havoc Around Sacramento County

SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – Wicked rain continued to pound down across the region Wednesday night. The howling wind is uprooted trees and knocked out power to hundreds of customers in Fair Oaks and Rancho Cordova.


California voters must approve law to end bail before trial

SACRAMENTO (AP) — The nation’s first law eliminating bail for suspects awaiting trial is on hold until California voters decide whether to overturn it, officials said Wednesday.


Suspected Gunman in Placer County Shooting Spree Identified

PLACER COUNTY — The Placer County Sheriff’s Office identified a 48-year-old Montana man as the suspect in a deadly shooting spree Tuesday night. Stanley Stepanski III was from Florence, Montana, investigators said.


Area hoops in full swing

The battle for the Capital Valley Conference title looks to be a two-way race in the early parts of the season. Roseville (15-6, 5-0) is currently tied for first place in the CVC with Inderkum. Three of the five Roseville victories in league play have come by less than six points.


Restaurant worker who says she was fired for speaking Spanish fights back

Francisca Pérez said she was going about her job as a line cook at a high-end California restaurant, where she worked for over a decade, when the owner fired her for speaking Spanish to a fellow worker.


Cars Stuck In Yolo County Road Off Highway 505 Flooded After Storm

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Many cities across the Sacramento Valley saw more than two inches of rain over the past 48 hours as storms rolled through the region. According to the NWS Sacramento’s estimates, Sacramento saw 2.68 inches as of 4 a.m. Thursday.


Officers Shoot at Suspect in Elk Grove Parking Lot

ELK GROVE — The Elk Grove Police Department launched an investigation Thursday after an officer-involved shooting near Calvine and Power Inn roads. Two Elk Grove traffic officers in a squad car were trying to catch up with a 25-year-old man on foot through a parking lot in front of the Firestone Com


LOCAL ROUNDUP: Lindhurst girls edge out Foothill 41-39

The Lindhurst Blazers girl’s varsity basketball team was able to sneak out a win against Foothill on Wednesday night at home as they won by a final score of 41-39. Leading the Blazers to victory was Jadelyn English with 11 points and seven rebounds while Karena Brito scored seven points and grabbed


Last round of stormy weather hits Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The last Pacific storm in a weeklong series is expected to douse an already-soaked California and forecasters say the state is still at risk for dangerous mudslides in burn areas and blizzards in the high Sierras.


Northern California police ID shooting suspect from Montana

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (AP) — Northern California investigators have identified the gunman who killed a 93-year-old woman during a shooting rampage as a Montana resident with no known ties to the region or victims.


Two Arrested in Gold Country Casino Overdose Incident

OROVILLE, Calif. - Two arrests were made in connection to an overdose incident at Gold Country Casino & Hotel, which sent four to the hospital including a 5-month-old baby. Jonathan Shade, 24, of Roseville, and Holly Barker, 24, of Paradise, were treated and released from the hospital. Afterward, th


It’s not a man’s world

The Sacramento Women’s March faces leadership troubles and accusations of exclusion. Will it survive?. It’s time to end sexist “overprotective dad” culture. After the year of women being elected in 2018, 2019 is the year they make an impact.


‘I can’t afford gas in my car:’ Furloughed federal workers protest at Sacramento airport

After 26 days working without pay because of the federal government shutdown, Susan Braverman of Sacramento says she’s near her “breaking point.” “Money is tight,” said Braverman, a lead transportation security officer at Sacramento International Airport. I maybe have a couple more weeks left of mon


Investigation Finds Misconduct by Former California Lawmaker

SACRAMENTO (AP) — A former California state lawmaker likely kissed a legislative employee against her will, according to a state Assembly investigation made public Wednesday.


Deputies kill gunman who allegedly shot 2, killing 1

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (AP) — Officials in Northern California say a man was shot and killed by officers on a highway off-ramp after he allegedly shot two people in different locations, killing one.


School of Rock coming to Roseville

The term, School of Rock, might be synonymous with the 2003 comedy starring Jack Black but Roseville’s future School of Rock manager Jason Kline said the company actually inspired the beloved film.


Four stolen vehicles retrieved after police find squatters in West Sacramento

A call about squatters in the area took a turn after West Sacramento police found four stolen vehicles and burglary tools in an abandoned warehouse on Wednesday. Officers from the department’s community service unit were called to a vacant commercial warehouse building in West Sacramento after they


Harris Center To Host International Guitar Night

Each year, Brian Gore assembles a new cast of guitar luminaries from around the world musicians who embody the diversity and virtuosity of the acoustic guitar. And each year, the Harris Center welcomes IGN onto Stage One it is, by now, a beloved tradition. Guest host Luca Stricagnoli, Italy's explos


New Bill From Sacramento Democrats Will Mean Early Release For Repeat Felons

FRESNO, California - A new bill from California Democrats will reduce sentences for repeat felon offenders. They argue the sentences are too long, and the state's prison's are over-populated.


Downtown Sacramento Restaurant Facing Possible Eviction

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Downtown Sacramento restaurant co-owned by a Kings player is in danger of being evicted. El Rey, which means “the king”, is on K Street near DOCO. The building’s owner alleges in a lawsuit that the restaurant’s owners owe more than $50,000 in rent.