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Rocklin Student Jailed on Gun Charge
Rocklin, CA- On March 22nd a Rocklin Youth Services Officer was notified of a student who possibly brought a firearm on the Rocklin High School Campus. Officers quickly responded to Rocklin High School and determined that the student was no longer on the campus. Patrol units arrived to assist and ca
Police Presence At Two Rocklin High Schools Tomorrow
ROCKLIN (CBS13) — Following the arrest last week of 18-year-old Jacob Clark, police say officers will proactively be at both Rocklin and Whitney High Schools tomorrow. The Rocklin Police Department says it is aware of concerns related to Clark, who police arrested for allegedly bringing a firearm on
CHP: 2nd Woman, 72, Struck By 16-Year-Old Driver In Carmichael Dies
CARMICHAEL (CBS13) – The second 72-year-old woman who was struck by a 16-year-old driver in Carmichael has died, authorities say. The incident happened Friday morning on a residential stretch of Arden Way, near McClaren Drive.
Alleged leader of huge California drug ring sentenced to federal prison
OAKLAND — A man described by federal authorities as a shrewd, well-organized drug kingpin has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison, court records show. Prosecutors say Carlos “Green Eyes” Hernandez, 52, ran a large-scale “drug trafficking operation with supply and distribution channels exten
California lawmakers will consider banning cosmetic genital surgery on intersex children
River Gallo has prosthetic testes he says he never asked for and never wanted. Alice Alvarez says she should have been able to decide for herself before a doctor removed her testicles, which one did when she was an infant.
Placer County road closed as deputies conduct manhunt, suspect still at large
A portion of a road in Meadow Vista was closed Saturday night while Placer County Sheriff’s Office deputies searched for a suspect who fled the scene of a traffic stop. Crother Road was closed between Blackberry Lane and Placer Hills Road at around 7 p.m., when deputies attempted to stop Bryan Cober
How bad are porch pirates in California? You might want to rethink those online purchases
In a digitally plugged-in world — where front-door delivery of everything from burritos to dog food to underwear has practically become an inalienable right for Americans — the leave-it-on-the-doorstep trend has been quickly followed by the steal-it-from-the-doorstep phenomenon.
Placer Co. K9 Eros To Be Honored On State Assembly Floor
LOOMIS (CBS13) – Placer County sheriff k-9 officer Eros will be honored on Monday on the California State Assembly floor. : Placer Co. K9 Hurt In Shooting Spree Given Standing Ovation After Going Home From Vet Hospital.
Avocado recall: California stores included in listeria warning
(CNN) — California-grown avocados sold in bulk to retail stores in six states by the Henry Avocado Corporation are being recalled because of potential contamination with the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes, the company announced on Saturday.
California police officer learns his supervisor saved his life 27 years ago
Tyler Dominguez, an El Monte police officer for two years, had a pleasant shock recently:. He learned his supervisor, Lt. Chris Cano, had delivered him in the driveway of the baby’s home 27 year ago, a complicated birth, and saved his life.
A California man confessed four times to killing a nurse. After three decades, police finally listened.
Last summer, a Michigan felon then living in Southern California powered up a Facebook account and let rip. “I am no angel. If I get pissed I kill,” Michael Leon Curry wrote on Facebook on June 28, 2018. “I have never killed anyone who did not — who didn’t deserve it.”
Weekend of violence leaves five dead
STOCKTON — Five people were killed as the result of gun violence in Stockton in the span of less than 52 hours while a young woman clings to life in an area hospital, leaving families devastated, homicide detectives working overtime and the public demanding answers.
Anderson man sentenced to 40 years in prison for child pornography offenses
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — James Jay Hitt, 51, from Anderson, was sentenced to 40 years in prison Friday for distribution and receipt of child pornography, according to the U.S. District Attorney's Office.
Kidney donation, prayer saves Sacramento woman's life
SACRAMENTO, Calif — The power of prayer. Kiara Harris had been on dialysis for 8 years and suffered other medical complications. She kept the faith and says the power of prayer, and the generosity from a complete stranger saved her life.
Video Appears to Show Driver Pointing Gun at Car in North Highlands Road Rage Incident
NORTH HIGHLANDS -- Shocking dashcam footage shows the moment a woman appears to brandish a handgun and point it at a neighboring car. The video was captured just before 3 p.m. Saturday on Elkhorn Boulevard in North Highlands.
K-9 Nabs Felony Suspect In Placer County
SHERIDAN (CBS13) — K-9 Drago took down a wanted mean in Sheridan, according to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies say they had been looking for 32-year-old Wesley Bower for more than a week on a felony car theft warrant when they saw him walking.
Check Your Kitchen: Avocado Recall
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — There’s a voluntary recall of California-grown avocados underway because of listeria fears. The avocados in question are from Henry Avocado Corporation.
Millennials have turned into cereal killers
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Millennials are killing cereal. It’s because apparently they’re too lazy to eat it. But isn’t cereal one of the laziest foods? It’s just a bowl, cereal and milk. How hard is that? That's besides the point.
Coroner Identifies 2 Men Killed In RV Fire At Dixon May Fair
DIXON, CA — The Solano County coroner's office has identified two men who died in a recreational vehicle fire in Dixon last Tuesday as Timothy Holt, 50, of Suisun City, and Kyle Lovell, 24, of Sacramento.
There’s another push to keep bars open until 4 a.m. Here’s why this one could work.
Could this be the year Sacramento bars get state approval to stay open until 4 a.m.?. State Sen. Scott Wiener’s bill to push bar closing times two hours later passed out of the Senate Governmental Organization Committee by a 10-4 vote last week and could soon be up for a Senate vote.