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Man Charged In Rio Linda Fatal DUI Makes First Court Appearance
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A grieving family was in court Tuesday, facing the man believed to be behind the wheel when he hit a pregnant Rio Linda woman. On Friday, Ronnie Ward walked through the doors to the county building to turn himself in for the fatal crash in Rio Linda that hurt Ciara Villegas and
California police say tweet calling Muslim congresswoman ‘un-American’ was result of hacking
A quickly deleted tweet posted Tuesday morning on the Fontana Police Department’s Twitter account – calling U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib “un-American” and a “disgrace” and also mentioning an eating disorder – was a result of hacking, a police spokesman said.
Diesel The Pet Donkey Is Lost In The Wild
AUBURN (CBS13) — A pet donkey has been on the run and missing since Saturday, and family is now asking the public for help. “Come on Jack, come on,” said Terrie Drewery at her ranch outside of Auburn.
Fatal plane crash in California prison yard involved one-of-a-kind plane
A one-of-a kind vintage plane that took off from Chino Airport crashed Monday, April 22, in the prison yard of the California Rehabilitation Center in Norco, according to Federal Aviation Administration officials.
Last Call At 4 am? Extending Bar Hours Closer To Becoming California Reality
Last Call At 4 am? Extending Bar Hours Closer To Becoming California Reality. The so-called "Last Call Bill" could keep bars open until 4 am in several California cities, including Sacramento, and it's getting closer to becoming law. Curtis Silva reports.
San Francisco human feces map shows waste blanketing the California city
Watch where you step in San Francisco. A new map pinpointing the locations where human feces are reported to have been found in the California city since 2011 shows San Francisco has a staggering problem with the stinky stuff.
California May Ban Schools From Suspending Students For ‘Willful Defiance’
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The California State Senate voted to ban schools and principals from suspending students for “willful defiance” of teachers, staff, and administrators.
California Seeks Compromise on Rules for Shootings by Police
SACRAMENTO (AP) — California lawmakers worked to find common ground Tuesday between law enforcement groups and reformers intent on adopting first-in-the-nation standards designed to limit fatal shootings by police.
Historic Sign Painted Over Without Permission by Old Sacramento Business
OLD SACRAMENTO -- A sign that had been in Old Sacramento for nearly a century is now gone. "They basically defaced the building," said city historian Marcia Eymann. Eymann says the Boss of the Road Overalls sign had been on the side of the old Eureka Bathhouse building since the early 1920s. She bel
Boyfriend Arrested After Woman Is Set On Fire
A Roseville man is being held for attempted murder for allegedly setting his girlfriend on fire. (4/22/19)
Police use of force bills, now linked, moving through state legislature
SACRAMENTO (KRON) -- At Senate Bill 230's first hearing Wednesday, the public safety committee made a major change to the proposal. The bill backed by police groups calls for a mandate on more de-escalation training for officers across the state, but now the bill can only pass as long as its rival,
Woman Arrested for Allegedly Tossing Bag of Puppies Near Trash Bin
The woman who authorities say was caught on video tossing a bag of newborn puppies near a dumpster in Coachella, California, last week was arrested on Monday. Authorities have also now discovered dozens of dogs living in her home.
Sacramento City Council approves purchase of Capitol Park Hotel for homeless shelter
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A historic hotel in downtown Sacramento now has the green light to become a homeless shelter. Following a special meeting Tuesday afternoon that lasted three hours, Sacramento City Council members voted unanimously to approve a plan involving the Capitol Park Hotel, which sits a
The 4 best spots to score bubble tea in Sacramento
Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top bubble tea hot spots in Sacramento, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best spots to venture next time you're on the hunt.
Recap: Baseball undefeated in Folsom series, Peretti smashes a grand slam
As the Diablo Valley College baseball season comes to a close, the Vikings won their final matchup against Folsom Lake by 10-6. This is the first series during the season in which the team won all their games against an opponent. Adding to their win, this marked game no. 900 in coach Steve Wards’ ca
California Senate approves ban on hairstyle discrimination
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) — California could become one of the first states to outlaw racial discrimination because of hairstyles - such as braids and dreadlocks - in a move aimed at challenging long-held standards of professionalism in the workplace.
The Great American Coin Hunt in Sacramento
Gary is at A & D Coin and Jewelry getting a look at some rare coins that are making their way back in to circulation throughout the Sacramento area.
Folsom Lake College student share their artistic passion
The annual Folsom Lake College Student Art Show is on display at the Harris Center for the Arts’ Bank of America Gallery (10 College Parkway, off E. Bidwell Street, in Folsom) now through Sunday, May 19, with an artists’ reception set from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, May 10.
A's get good news on new ballpark front
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Assembly Bill 1191, authored by Rob Bonta (D-Oakland), passed the California State Assembly Natural Resources Committee by a 7-0 vote Monday evening. AB 1191 is intended to support the development of the Howard Terminal site in Oakland to include a baseball ballpark for the Oak
Roseville Police Accuse Man of Severely Burning Girlfriend, Leaving Her in Critical Condition
ROSEVILLE -- Roseville police say Saturday they found a woman brutally attacked inside a Cirby Way home. “When officers arrived on scene they did find a female victim with apparent burns," said Rob Baquera with the Roseville Police Department.