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Can Gavin Newsom put California high-speed rail back on track? It may be up to Trump

It’s survived cost overruns, lengthy delays and a public scolding from the new governor. Now California’s controversial high-speed rail project faces what may be its toughest test yet: presidential opposition.


Proposed California bill would allow homeless college students to sleep in campus parking lots

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Recently proposed legislation in California would allow homeless students at all California Community Colleges to park their cars in campus parking lots overnight.


4 events to check out in Sacramento this week

Looking for something to do this week? From a Mardi Gras masquerade to a farm-to-fork culinary adventure, here's a lineup of options to help you get social around town. Hoodline offers data-driven analysis of local happenings and trends across cities. Links included in this article may earn Hoodline


Sacramento State Police Arrest Suspected Bike Thief On Campus

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento State Police arrested Zachary Thompson for bike theft Monday. Around 5 a.m. Monday, police saw the subject in Lot 8 matching the description of a previous suspect from a stolen bicycle report. Thompson was reportedly standing near two bikes when cops saw him.


Sacramento`s Masked Singer: Who is the Lion Singing Stevie Wonder?

The Masked Singer" on FOX is a massive hit, so we're putting our own spin on it!. Each morning this week, a local celebrity will don a mask and try to stump our anchors. Will you be able to figure out who is behind the Lion Mask?


More Than 600 Immigrants Became Citizens In Sacramento Wednesday

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It was an important moment for more than 600 immigrants crossing the finish line on the path to citizenship Wednesday. The ceremony took place Wednesday in Sacramento where our newest U.S. citizens took the oath of allegiance.


How this young Sacramento resident feels about state’s proposed health mandate

Sacramento resident Kate Green is young and healthy and says it is not affordable for her to buy health insurance. Gavin Newsom's plan to enact a penalty for not having insurance would hurt her, she says.


Your Weekend, February 21

Courtesy to Sacramento365, Simone and Eric have a list of fun things for you to do this weekend. Varies by eventSacramento Black History Month Black Expo. Sat 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun Noon-5 p.m.


Missing California Woman Found Dead in Church Parking Lot

A California woman who went missing on Valentine’s Day was found dead on Feb. 20, authorities said. Brooke Harris, a 49-year-old mother-of-two, vanished on Feb. 14 in El Dorado Hills after calling her husband that morning.


California sheriff releases graphic video of deadly police shooting

A man pulled over for a traffic stop, rolled his window down, drew a handgun and opened fire on cops before being fatally shot by a deputy, graphic video released Wednesday by a sheriff's department in Northern California shows.


Sacramento Mayor Apologizes For Stephon Clark’s Death As City Awaits Decision On Whether To Charge Officers

Just blocks away from the home where police shot and killed 22-year-old Stephon Clark last March, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said he struggled to find the right words for a still-grieving neighborhood.


Cocaine and Benzodiazepines Found in Blood of Man Involved in Deadly Collision

The trial of Tyler Austin McLean began Wednesday with opening statements and witness testimony. McLean is being charged with vehicular manslaughter after a head-on collision that killed Knights Landing man, Juan Alberto Bravo.


Twin tunnels project takes a turn

As Gov. Gavin Newsom delivered his first State of the State address on Feb. 12, he laid to rest any remaining hope that Gov. Jerry Brown’s contentious vision of twin tunnels delivering Delta water to the Central Valley and Southern California would see the light of day.


Sacramento man made history as one of the first African Americans inducted into the U.S. Marine Corps.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — There was a time in our history when African Americans were drafted but not allowed into the U.S. Marine Corps. That changed just five months prior to the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941.


Warriors DeMarcus Cousins forever a friend to his former basketball home of Sacramento

Nicole Clavo walked down a line of grave markers in early January, as an unseasonably warm breeze blew through Hilltop Cemetery in Elk Grove. Dressed in black jeans and a black denim jacket, with gold-sequined angel wings on her sleeves, and a photo of her son on the back, she bent down to adjust to


Family Reunites With Dog That Disappeared During The Deadly Camp Fire

After the deadliest wildfire in California's history last year, one family that fled has received a little joy. The family was reunited with its dog, Kingston, who disappeared shortly after the Camp Fire started.


Lawmaker wants to bring local, organic food to state schools

Sacramento — Yolo county Assemblywoman Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, D-Winters, has introduced Assembly Bill 958, to provide local, organic food to children in schools. School meals with organic foods offer benefits for health, the environment, and California’s economy by increasing access to organic food f


Family of ‘ER’ actress Vanessa Marquez files $20 million wrongful death claim against Southern California city

Attorneys representing the mother of actress Vanessa Marquez, who police shot and killed in August 2018, filed a $20 million wrongful death claim against South Pasadena on Wednesday, alleging that officers acted negligently and unlawfully during the incident that began as a welfare check call. Autho


Windows Randomly Smashed In West Sacramento By Rock-Throwing Vandals

WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A family was rattled and left to pick up the pieces of shattered glass and they’re not alone after someone hurled a rock through their window. “This is the window that was broken and this was the rock that was used to break it,” Josh Harwell said as he stood in his home.


Controversy continues between Newsom, Trump over bullet train

SACRAMENTO (KRON) - California lawmakers are trying to figure out how to move forward after the federal government asked the state to pay back billions of dollars from the high-speed rail project.