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Yemeni mom granted US visa to be with dying 2-year-old son in Oakland
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGO) -- Two-Year-old Abdullah Hassan always has his father by his side. But Wednesday night, his mom will finally be there, too. Even if just to say goodbye.
Suspect killed by sheriff’s deputies wanted in armed Elk Grove carjacking
A suspect is in custody following an officer-involved shooting near a Food Maxx grocery store on Truxel Road on Monday, Dec. 17, 2018, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department said in a tweet.
Sacramento sheriff: ‘I give ICE unfettered access to our jails’
Though the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors voted to dissolve that sheriff’s department contract with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to hold immigrants at county facilities in July, details about the extent of that relationship emerged Monday.
Suspect sought after shooting teen girl outside Arden-Arcade shopping center
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Police are searching for a suspect responsible for shooting a teen girl outside of a shopping center in Arden-Arcade, Tuesday night. Authorities were called out to the scene in the area of Ethan Way and Arden Way near the Best buy/DSW Shoe Warehouse shopping center just before
How Did Suspect Smuggle 150 Lbs Of Pot From Sacramento To Boston?
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Allegedly trafficking 150 pounds of pot on a plane, three California suspects are now behind bars in Boston facing felony charges. It’s one of the busiest travel times of the year but plans recently fell short for three American Airlines passengers allegedly caught smuggling mar
Video of neo-Nazi rally is central in court hearing for Berkeley teacher Felarca
At a preliminary hearing now set to span almost two months, Sacramento prosecutors have played a video appearing to show Berkeley teacher Yvette Felarca attacking a demonstrator at a neo-Nazi rally in 2016, while her lawyers have argued the video could be “doctored.”
Free meals available to Sacramento students over winter break
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Free hot meals will be available to students of the Sacramento City Unified School district over the winter break. The federally-funded meals are being offered between December 26 and January 4 and will be served to all children ages 18 and younger at participating locations aro
State department allows Muslim mother to travel to US to see her dying son, lawyer says
Ali Hassan of Stockton makes a plea to unite his family on Monday, Dec. 17, 2018. Hassan is the father of a boy on life support whose mother is stuck in Egypt, according to Hassan, due to the Trump administration’s travel ban.
Lodi police find 6,000 pounds of marijuana in hash oil operation
Two Sacramento residents and nine others were arrested on Thursday following a building inspection conducted by Lodi police that resulted in the discovery of a butane hash oil marijuana lab.
With director out, can Newsom reform troubled DMV?
Had the California Department of Motor Vehicles director not announced her retirement this week after a year attempting to placate outraged customers and lawmakers, Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom might well have fired her.
Holiday Shopping Hours From Christmas Eve To New Year’s Day
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – All area malls have special hours between Christmas Eve through New Year’s Day, and all are closed on Christmas Day. Arden Fair Mall (Sacramento) Weberstown Mall (Stockton)
FEMA Mobile Disaster Centers open in Sacramento County
If you're reading in the ABC10 app, click here for multimedia. There is now relief for Camp Fire survivors who have been shuttling between their temporary homes and the Disaster Recovery Center in Butte County.
‘I want my mom back’: Camp Fire survivor recounts final moments with mother
PARADISE — They fought about everything that morning. They argued about the neighbor, showering, paying the phone bill, packing the safe, talking to a woman named Mary, the bumper-to-bumper traffic outside, the severity of the fire and God.
California man proposes to girlfriend at home burned down by Camp Fire
On the doorstep of where their home once stood, a man proposed to his girlfriend on Sunday after California's deadly Camp Fire destroyed their house in Paradise. Lukas Schnoor, 27, "kept a special promise" on Sunday when he asked 24-year-old Cassie Oxley to marry him. He wrote on Facebook that he pr
Camp Fire survivors can now get help from F.E.M.A. in Red Bluff and Redding
RED BLUFF, Calif. — Federal help is being mobilized across the Northstate to help those affected by the Camp Fire. Thousands of Camp Fire survivors are working on a place to call home. Mobile FEMA centers are hoping to help that process.
Jerry Brown has a $15 million surplus of his own. Here’s what he plans to do with it
Gov. Jerry Brown is leaving, but he has plenty of political money to take with him. He’s sitting on $15 million in his campaign account. He said Tuesday he plans to raise even more, keeping his hand in politics after he leaves office.
Tinted-window stop by Elk Grove police leads to probation search, firearms arrest
A routine tinted-windows stop led to a probation search and a firearms-related arrest in Elk Grove Friday afternoon, police said. John Hernandez, 24, of Sacramento was driving near Big Horn Boulevard and Monterey Oaks Drive when he was stopped by the Elk Grove Police Department for having tinted win
Orangevale couple sentenced to 91 years to life after sexually assaulting young relative
Two Orangevale residents have been sentenced to 91 years to life in prison after being found guilty of multiple counts of child sex assault charges involving a young family member.
Police: Suspect Killed by Deputies in South Natomas was Man Wanted in Elk Grove Carjacking
SACRAMENTO -- After days of searching for an Elk Grove carjacking suspect, Sacramento County Sheriff's deputies say they had no choice but to shoot and kill the man once they found him.
California man, previously deported in 2014, goes on 24-hour 'reign of terror' before dying in police chase
A 36-year-old man who had been deported at least once and who owned a lengthy rap sheet died Monday after a day-long "reign of terror" in which he shot and killed someone, carjacked another person and led California police on a dangerous high-speed pursuit.