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David Froste Faces Life Sentence Without Parole for Murder of Yolo County Teens
YOLO COUNTY — The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office reports the man found guilty of murdering two Yolo County teenagers has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Southwest Flight Returns to Seattle After Human Heart Left Onboard
A Dallas-bound Southwest flight was delayed Sunday after a human heart was discovered onboard that was meant to stay at a hospital in Seattle, officials said. Flight 3606 had arrived in Seattle from Sacramento before taking off with the heart on board, the Seattle Times reported.
Davis teen convicted of marijuana DUI
A Davis teen is facing jail time and other conditions after being convicted last week of driving under the influence of marijuana, according to a news release from the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office.
Bomb threats in Vacaville, Dixon possibly linked to similar events nationwide
Reports of bomb threats in Vacaville and Dixon Thursday morning kept police in both cities hopping. All turned out to be unfounded, and officials said they believe the reports were linked to similar instances nationwide where emails demanded Bitcoin payment or a bomb would be detonated.
Deadly Natomas shooting suspect had previously been banned from library
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Authorities have made an arrest in the deadly shooting outside of a Natomas library. Sacramento Police said they arrested 56-year-old Ronald Seay less than 12 hours after the fatal shooting of Library Supervisor Amber Clark.
County moves ahead with roundabouts for Road 98
Yolo County is proceeding with plans to build three roundabouts on County Road 98 at the intersections of Hutchison Drive, Russell Boulevard and County Road 31. On Tuesday, county supervisors voted to move forward with design and environmental review for the roundabouts, which supervisors hope will
Police: Davis Vehicle Burglaries On The Rise, 38 Reported In A Month
DAVIS (CBS13) — Davis police reported Wednesday that there has been a rise in vehicle burglaries in the last month. Over the past 30 days, police said they have taken 38 vehicle burglary reports. In most cases, officers said the suspect or suspects broke a car window to enter the vehicle.
Arrest made in killing of North Natomas librarian
A North Natomas man has been charged with the killing of a Sacramento librarian who was found shot in her car Tuesday night. Ronald Seay, 56, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of felony homicide in the shooting death of Amber Clark, who was killed in the parking lot of the North Natomas Public Lib
Pence has annual Holiday Market
The Pence Gallery’s annual Holiday Market is open daily for holiday shopping, including Mondays, from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., through Dec. 24. Shoppers can find unique, handmade creative items from 30 participating artists, from glass ornaments and jewelry, to textiles, clothing and more.
City earns $8.1 million in grants for transportation projects
The city of Davis and its community partners will receive $8.1 million for three transportation projects from the Sacramento Area Council of Governments. The grants, awarded by SACOG earlier this month, will fund improvements to the Interstate 80/Richards Boulevard interchange, provide additional el
Davis: Don't Miss These 4 Open Houses
DAVIS, CA — Sometimes shopping for a house online doesn't quite do the trick. Photographs can't always show what a house has to offer, and they can sometimes make a run-down property seem quite a bit cuter than it is in real life. That's why you should always take advantage of a local open house: No
Woodland chop shop busted by Sheriff’s Office
Three Woodland men were arrested after a series of thefts in the area led deputies to discover a chop shop, according to a release by the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office. Over the last month, the office says it’s responded to multiple reports of theft at farms around town targeting vehicles and farm eq
FEMA approves county’s hazard mitigation plan
With recent disasters like the Camp and Woolsey fires still at the forefront of Californian’s minds, it seems timely that the latest adaptation of Yolo County’s Operational Area Multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan has entered the implementation stage.
Davis man convicted of driving under the influence of marijuana
A Davis man was convicted last Thursday of driving under the influence of marijuana after instigating a minor traffic collision last year. Dylan Dion Davies, 19, was driving in Davis on Oct. 16, 2017, when he made a left turn against a red light into an oncoming vehicle, according to a news release
Natomas shooting victim identified as Amber Clark
If you are viewing on the ABC10 app, tap here for multimedia. Police have now identified the woman who was shot and killed in Natomas Tuesday night. Amber Clark was shot on Del Paso Road, and Sacramento Police believe the crime was targeted.
OMG! California Considers Fees on Text Messaging.
SACRAMENTO — California regulators are considering a plan to charge a fee for text messaging on mobile phones to help support programs that make phone service accessible to the poor, according to a newspaper report Wednesday.
Davis receives $8.1M in transportation and sustainable grant funding
The Sacramento Area Council of Governments Transportation Committee voted to award the city of Davis and its community partners three grants totaling $8.1 million. “This grant money will significantly advance much-needed transportation infrastructure improvements and sustainability goals, while yiel
Arrests in Two Recent Sacramento Homicides
SACRAMENTO – Two suspects have been arrested for their part in recent Sacramento area murders. On October 24th, the body of 35-year-old Chrishawn Pierce was discovered on the 4000 block of Ashgrove Way, in the bushes of a residence. It was determined tha was the victim of “a violent assault, which u
Local musicians present benefit concert for fire victims
Davis-raised jazz vocalist Arielle Deem is producing a free, all-ages benefit show, with all donations going to Camp Fire victims, at 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, at Root of Happiness Kava Bar, 211 F St. in Davis.
‘This Was Not A Random Act’ Police Continue To Investigate Natomas Shooting
NATOMAS (CBS13) — The victim of Tuesday night’s deadly shooting outside the North Natomas Library has been identified as Amber Clark, 41. She was a supervisor at the library.