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Sacramento's mayor attends virtual call with Biden, Democratic mayors Multiple mayors from some of California's largest cities attended the meeting with President Biden including Sacramento, Los Angeles and San Francisco. 2H ago
How Target worked with Sacramento law enforcement to address crime-ridden store Neighbors in Sacramento's Land Park say that in the battle over retail theft statewide, law enforcement officials and retail giant Target have worked to clean up a store location on Riverside Boulevard that had become overwhelmed by crime. 2H ago
Fourth of July weekend sideshow leaves Sacramento neighborhood on edge The final count: 500 spectators and 150 vehicles turned up to the intersection of Meadowview Road and Amherst Street in Sacramento just before 11:30 p.m. on Sunday. 14H ago
This distant and deadly planet smells like rotten eggs, scientists say A planet 64 light-years from Earth was already known for deadly weather. Now scientists say the planet also smells like rotten eggs. 2H ago
Citrus Heights mayor to leave California at end of term Citrus Heights Mayor Bret Daniels said he wants to raise his daughter in a more conservative, Christian environment that he just does not see in California. 3H ago
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How Target worked with Sacramento law enforcement to address crime-ridden store Neighbors in Sacramento's Land Park say that in the battle over retail theft statewide, law enforcement officials and retail giant Target have worked to clean up a store location on Riverside Boulevard that had become overwhelmed by crime. 2H ago
Sacramento cooling centers extend operations as high heat continues There's concern that this heat wave could be putting people's health and lives at risk. That's why many Greater Sacramento cities are extending operations at cooling shelters. 22H ago
Illegal July 4 fireworks set fire to Sacramento backyards, prompt at least 60 citations The busiest night of the year for first responders is now behind us, but work is only just beginning for some Sacramento residents left to pay the price for someone else's fireworks celebration. 22H ago
Fourth of July weekend sideshow leaves Sacramento neighborhood on edge The final count: 500 spectators and 150 vehicles turned up to the intersection of Meadowview Road and Amherst Street in Sacramento just before 11:30 p.m. on Sunday. 14H ago
Sacramento homicide detectives investigate after woman found dead in Northgate Homicide detectives are investigating after a woman was found dead in a home in the Northgate area of Sacramento, authorities said Monday. Jul 8
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DIY $500 air conditioner repair for $25 | Call Kurtis Sizzling hot temperatures are cooking much of the Sacramento Valley and Northern California this week, so it is only natural to reach for the thermostat to flip on your air conditioner for some cooling and comfortable relief. 13H ago
NASA using satellites to identify areas vulnerable to disastrous wildfires NASA is using its satellite data and machine learning technology to keep California safe from wildfires. Jul 8
Dharmesh Patel, driver accused in Devil's Slide plunge, released to outpatient treatment instead of trial Instead of facing trial for attempted murder, the Pasadena doctor accused of trying to kill his wife and kids by driving their Tesla off a cliff​ was released on Monday. Jul 8
Free fishing day, record heat draw the angling-curious to California waterways Saturday was the first of the two free fishing days of 2024 in California. Jul 6
Gov. Gavin Newsom leaves California amid brutal heat wave and wildfires Many Californians are frustrated with the governor for leaving the state during a brutal heat wave and devastating fires. He's off campaigning for President Biden's re-election, being very vocal about his support. 10H ago
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Public celebration of life of Willie Mays draws thousands to Oracle Park Hundreds of San Francisco Giants fans gathered at Oracle Park on Monday afternoon for a public celebration dedicated to the late baseball legend Willie Mays. 13H ago
Heston Kjerstad hits 3-run homer as Orioles beat A's The Baltimore Orioles beat the Oakland Athletics 6-3 on Sunday. Jul 7
Bo Naylor's pinch-hit, 3-run homer sends Guardians to 5-4 win over Giants Bo Naylor connected for a pinch-hit, three-run homer o give the Guardians a 5-4 win over the Giants on Sunday. Jul 7
John Cena announces pending retirement from WWE competition in 2025 The 47-year-old won 16 world championships over his nearly 20 years in the WWE, going toe-to-toe with the likes of Kurt Angle, Triple H and Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson. Jul 6
Sacramento Kings land 6-time all-star DeMar DeRozan in sign-and-trade deal, reports say The Sacramento Kings have acquired six-time All-Star DeMar DeRozan from the Chicago Bulls in a sign-and-trade deal involving the San Antonio Spurs. Jul 6
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Sacramento's mayor attends virtual call with Biden, Democratic mayors Multiple mayors from some of California's largest cities attended the meeting with President Biden including Sacramento, Los Angeles and San Francisco. 2H ago
Citrus Heights mayor to leave California at end of term Citrus Heights Mayor Bret Daniels said he wants to raise his daughter in a more conservative, Christian environment that he just does not see in California. 3H ago
Much at stake for Biden as NATO leaders gather in Washington At the NATO summit in Washington, President Biden will be trying to show he's capable of doing his job for four more years. 1H ago
White House releases memo from Biden's doctor on Parkinson's specialist visits Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre faced repeated questions about whether visits to the White House by a Parkinson's disease specialist involved President Biden. 14H ago
Democratic delegate Steve Cohn questions Biden's re-election bid: "Is he really up for this?" Steve Cohn is a Democratic Party delegate who is no stranger to politics. He's a former Sacramento City Council member, and although he is a Biden backer, he's still unsure Biden will stay in this race. Jul 8
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Credit score drop can be an early sign for dementia, study says A year before Alzheimer's disease or a related disorder is diagnosed, average credit card delinquencies jump 50%. 13H ago
$1 billion donation will make Johns Hopkins medical school free for most Students from families earning less than $300,000 won't have to pay any tuition to attend medical school. Jul 8
Sacramento burn center busy after Northern California 4th of July celebrations We got a look at the only Sacramento hospital that specializes in burn injuries and takes patients from all across Northern California. Jul 5
Young Latino gay men account for nearly a third of new HIV infections, analysis finds More than 40 years since the start of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, studies now show HIV cases nationwide are decreasing, but there is one group seeing a growing number of new HIV cases. Jul 5
Arsenic, lead and other toxic metals detected in tampons, study finds One product contained 16 different metals, with researchers calling for rules requiring manufacturers to test tampons. Jul 8
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How Target worked with Sacramento law enforcement to address crime-ridden store Neighbors in Sacramento's Land Park say that in the battle over retail theft statewide, law enforcement officials and retail giant Target have worked to clean up a store location on Riverside Boulevard that had become overwhelmed by crime. 2H ago
Restaurants exempt from new California law banning hidden fees A new California law is designed to protect consumers against excessive or undisclosed costs on purchases. However, Gov. Newsom signed a last-minute exemption for the restaurant industry. Jul 1
Yuba City dad with baby on the way scammed out of nearly $50K buying SUV online The SUV was supposed to be shipped from Idaho to Yuba City within three days. The dealer kept changing the delivery date, blaming a shipping issue. With his baby's due date approaching, Deandre Hobbs grew impatient. Jun 10
Rubio's Coastal Grill employees can't cash final paycheck after closures Popular restaurant chain Rubio's Coastal Grill announced it was shuttering dozens of locations across the state, and now employees say they are having trouble cashing their final paychecks. Jun 7
Searching for solution to California's insurance crisis before property values plunge As insurance companies drop more California homeowners over the state's fire risk, some are predicting the next crisis is a drop in home values. Jun 3
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Dharmesh Patel, driver accused in Devil's Slide plunge, released to outpatient treatment instead of trial Instead of facing trial for attempted murder, the Pasadena doctor accused of trying to kill his wife and kids by driving their Tesla off a cliff​ was released on Monday. Jul 8
EXCLUSIVE: Leaked email reveals Newsom's office declined to negotiate with DAs over 2024 Prop. 47 ballot measure Emails obtained by CBS News California Investigates reveal the Governor's Chief of Staff​ did not want to negotiate with the initiative coalition unless they agreed to postpone their ballot measure until 2026. Jun 17
Investigating California's Mental Health Diversion Courts Amid concerns that some felony defendants could be misusing California's Mental Health Diversion Court to have their violent crimes dismissed, a CBS News California investigation found that there is no reliable data to indicate how successful the state program is. Jun 13
Lawmakers demanding answers about Caltrans denied damage claims In response to a CBS News California Investigation, California lawmakers are demanding answers from Caltrans and considering legislation to fix Caltrans' damage claim process. May 31
Pothole damage claims on California freeways triple A CBS News California investigation finds Caltrans only approved 1 out of every 25 damage claims from potholes and debris in the first half of 2023. May 22
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DIY $500 air conditioner repair for $25 | Call Kurtis Sizzling hot temperatures are cooking much of the Sacramento Valley and Northern California this week, so it is only natural to reach for the thermostat to flip on your air conditioner for some cooling and comfortable relief. 13H ago
Plumas County family struggles to get father's military records | Call Kurtis Laura Allen says after months of trying to get her father's military service records from the Veterans Administration, she still didn't have them. Jul 5
DoorDash now delivers electronics; viewer got stiffed on $500 refund | Call Kurtis Investigates At least one DoorDash customer says he will only use the delivery app when he is hungry - and not for electronics. Jul 1
How to save $1,000 in 45 days | Call Kurtis As more and more Americans struggle to save money these days, we found a 45-day challenge to save $1,000. Jul 1
Yuba City dad with baby on the way scammed out of nearly $50K buying SUV online The SUV was supposed to be shipped from Idaho to Yuba City within three days. The dealer kept changing the delivery date, blaming a shipping issue. With his baby's due date approaching, Deandre Hobbs grew impatient. Jun 10
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Pay Fire flames dance dangerously close to homes in El Dorado County during summer scorcher The Pay Fire in El Dorado County that broke out Saturday afternoon got dangerously close to multiple neighborhoods, but firefighters were able to stop it from destroying any homes. Jul 7
Fast-spreading Royal Fire burns 168 acres in Tahoe National Forest, evacuation warning issued Firefighters are battling a 168-acre fire that was reportedly started by an escaped campfire found by hikers in the Tahoe National Forest on Sunday evening, officials said. Jul 8
Placerville businesses grateful for progress made on Pay Fire As crews make progress on the Pay Fire in El Dorado County, local downtown businesses said they feel lucky the situation wasn't much worse. Jul 7
All evacuation orders lifted for Pay Fire near Placerville; containment up to 50% All evacuation warnings were lifted Monday for a fire that sparked over the weekend near Placerville. 12H ago
Thompson Fire cancels Fourth of July festivities in Oroville The Fourth of July looks quite different for the Butte County city of Oroville this year. Jul 4
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Dozens of college-bound seniors at Sacramento Charter High celebrated A celebration at Sacramento Charter High on Thursday as college-bound seniors announced their campus of choice and 95% were accepted into four-year schools. May 16
Bank employee hasn't missed a day of work in 47 years. Now he's getting ready to retire. A bank employee in Lodi has some big bragging rights. He's never missed a day of work in his 47 years on the job and now he's getting ready to retire. May 14
Frannie's fight: California dog on a diet takes social media by storm Meet Frannie the dog, Instagram's newest fitness influencer. Apr 26
"Challenger" teams faceoff in baseball game, a home run for inclusivity in Yuba City A Yuba City mom started a baseball team for kids with physical and intellectual disabilities after finding her 11-year-old son with Down Syndrome didn't have anywhere to play. Apr 21
Sacramento nonprofit made up of senior citizens lends helping hand to other seniors A Sacramento nonprofit is teaming up with a local credit union to give back so seniors can safely do basic tasks like bathing or exercising. Those lending a helping hand are also a group of seniors. Apr 12
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Latest Videos Sacramento mayor attends virtual meeting with POTUS, Democratic mayors Multiple mayors from some of California's largest cities attended the meeting including Sacramento's own as well as Los Angeles and San Francisco. 2H ago 01:23
Stockton could soon strengthen homeless enforcement The City of Stockton could soon begin removing homeless encampments from parks and railroad tracks. Following the Supreme Court's ruling last month, the city will begin looking into what they can and cannot enforce. 2H ago 03:14
Tuesday evening forecast: July 9, 2024 Here is a look at the next seven days of weather! 2H ago 03:05
Sacramento Target works with law enforcement to address overwhelming crime Neighbors in Sacramento's Land Park say that in the battle over retail theft statewide, law enforcement officials and retail giant Target have worked to clean up a store location on Riverside Boulevard that had become overwhelmed by crime. 2H ago 03:02
Citrus Heights mayor to leave state once term is up The mayor of Citrus Heights is moving out of state with his family once his term is up in December because of what he believes are too many state mandates coming down on the local level. 3H ago 02:37
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