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Weekly COVID testing event scheduled for Sacramento restaurant workersTwo Sacramento restaurants have teamed up to offer free COVID-19 testing specifically for restaurant workers.
UC Davis will resume in-person classes on January 31The COVID-19 positivity rate is down in Davis.
A DUI suspect charged with killing an Elk Grove officer is due in court on TuesdayThe 31-year-old suspect has a history of drunk driving.
Man killed in shooting north of SacramentoWhat led to the shooting is still under investigation.
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Weather forecast for Tuesday – January 25, 2022Find out what weather we expect this week.
Burning Love: Evacuees engaged after meeting at Caldor Fire Evacuation CenterA happy couple are engaged just months after being evacuated from their homes as strangers due to the Caldor fire.
Faithful 49ers buy NFC Championship Game tickets after Rams’ first call option restrictionThe Los Angeles Rams rival tried to keep San Francisco fans out of SoFi Stadium for next weekend’s game by limiting ticket sales on Ticketmaster to the Los Angeles area only. It looks like that placement strategy is backfiring as the dirty play has made some die-hard 49ers fans all the more motivated to come in.
Shortage of hydrogen stations leads to filling frustrationsThe shortage of gas stations is causing a speed bump on the hydrogen highway. Instead, drivers trying to help the environment find their patience tested.
Yuba City officers injured in accidentThe police were injured while responding to a pursuit.
Concerns over a chemical fire in CeresA fire was spewing toxic chemicals into the skies of Ceres.
Rare winter wildfire along the coast tears through Monterey County and shuts down Highway 1A winter wildfire tears through Monterey County, shutting down Highway 1 and forcing hundreds to evacuate. Cal Fire says wildfires like the Colorado Fire are rare on the coast.
CBS13 PM News Update – 01/24/22The latest weather and news.
Evening Forecast – 01/24/22Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
Q&A: Supreme Court takes positive actionThe Supreme Court of the United States is taking positive action when it comes to college admissions. Lower courts have ruled that race-based decisions help diversity on campus, but some Asian Americans say the concept has actually hurt them. A UC Davis expert joined us to discuss what this could mean for California.
Temporary bank closures affecting access to safe deposit boxesA Sacramento resident nearly missed his trip to Mexico when he discovered he couldn’t access the safe where he kept his passport.
Sacramento sheriff announces run for CongressSacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones is running for Congress.
Getting answers: Is there a better way to prevent impaired driving?Two recent fatal accidents in the area were caused by suspected DUI drivers.
Farm supply facility fire forces shelter-in-place in CeresAuthorities said a large amount of fertilizer-grade sulfur was burning inside a concrete warehouse.
Monday noon forecast – 01/24/22Jordan Segundo has the latest forecast for the Sacramento area.
Lunch break: Colorful peppersProducer Michael Marks explains how colored peppers got their start in California and how they compare to green peppers.
Some Sac City classes are returning to in-person learningSome classes and labs resume in person next week. The other classes remain virtual.
Senator Richard plans to introduce bill requiring COVID vaccine for all school childrenA state legislator today unveiled a bill that would require all California school children to be vaccinated against covid-19. Senator Richard Pan is proposing to add the covid vaccine to the state’s list of vaccinations required to attend 12 schools. He says the move would increase vaccination rates… and keep schools open and safe. Students in grades 7 through 12 are already required to be vaccinated under a mandate announced by Governor Newsom in October. However, it does not go into effect until the vaccine has received full FDA approval.
Firefighters battle blaze at Modesto HomeThe fire started in the garage of the two-story Modesto home just after midnight. Fortunately, no one got hurt.