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Sacramento City Council Votes To Ban Homeless Camps On ‘Critical City Infrastructure’

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento will soon clear out homeless camps near levees and public infrastructure in the city limits. Homeless communities have been carving out camps in the levees, and city leaders say it puts Sacramento and surrounding communities at risk for fires and floods. The ordinance passed on Tuesday bans camping within 25 feet of the levee. The law will now kick the homeless out, and protect what city leaders call “critical infrastructure.” Current law said governments cannot c...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Homelessness, Homeless, Cbs, King, Sánchez, Sacramento City Council, Sacramento City, Jason Lee, Kevin King, Marissa Perlman, National Union of The Homeless


Suspected DUI Driver Accused Of Running Over 2-Year-Old Nephew Charged With Murder

SOLANO COUNTY (CBS13) — The man suspected of driving under the influence and killing his 2-year-old nephew was charged with murder on Tuesday. Police say Cirilo Martinez Tellez, 32, ran over the toddler on Sunday afternoon in a Fairfield mobile home park. Tellez appeared in court on Tuesday and was charged with murder, leaving the scene of an accident, and driving on a suspended license for prior DUI. READ: Proposed ‘Gavin’s Law’ Seeks To Increase Penalty For Hit-And-Run Drivers The Solano Count...
Tags: News, Office, Local, Syndicated Local, Fairfield, Solano County, Gavin, Solano, Tellez, Solano County News, Fairfield News, Cirilo Martinez Tellez


Caught On Camera: Ring Camera Shows Elk Grove Woman’s Dog Attacked By Pit Bull

ELK GROVE (CBS13) – A Ring camera at an Elk Grove home on Soaring Oaks Drive captured the horrifying moments a pit bull attacked a woman’s goldendoodle. “As we were rounding the corner on to her driveway, the dog attacked my dog,” Molly, the goldendoodle’s owner, said. Molly, who didn’t want to go on camera nor have her last name released, was on a bike ride to her friend’s house with her 4-year-old dog Maggie in tow on Sunday afternoon. She says a pit bull suddenly came out of nowhere and attac...
Tags: News, Molly, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Elk Grove, Maggie, Elk Grove News, Soaring Oaks Drive, Elk Grove Animal Service, Stockton Man, Sarah Humlie, Elk Grove Animal Services


Sacramento City Council Votes To Ban Homeless Encampments Near Levees

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento City Council unanimously voted to ban camping within 25 feet of levees on Tuesday.  Current law says governments cannot cite or tell people not to sleep in public if there is not enough room in shelters unless the camping disrupts public health or safety. After a CBS13 report last May, state lawmakers drafted a bill that would have given flood control districts the authority to have encampments removed. The bill did not make it to the Governor’s desk. RELATE...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Homelessness, Homeless, King, Sánchez, Sacramento City Council, Kevin King, Marissa Perlman, National Union of The Homeless


SB I-5 Closed At Hwy 4 In Stockton Due To Police Activity

STOCKTON (CBS13) — The southbound lanes of Interstate 5 are closed in Stockton at Highway 4 due to police activity. The closure is causing significant delays on I-5. There is no estimated time for the freeway to reopen. Drivers are advised to expect delays and take other routes if possible. I-5 @ SR-4 is closed in Stockton for a pedestrian on the roadway. https://t.co/zDWBGxi67H — CHP Valley Division (@CHP_Valley) February 26, 2020 This is a developing story.
Tags: News, Local, Stockton, Interstate 5, Stockton News, CHP Valley Division


Stockton Granted $8.5 Million For McKinley Park Renovations

STOCKTON (CBS13) — Stockton’s request to improve McKinley Park has been approved. The city will receive $8.5 million in Prop. 68 funding, the maximum amount of money available from the state for a single project. Planned improvements include a renovation of the pool, improved lighting and landscaping, new athletic courts and sports fields, a new playground, and new picnic sites. The pool was closed in 2017 due to vandalism. Other parts of the park have fallen into disrepair. The tennis and baske...
Tags: News, Local, Stockton, Community Center, McKinley Park, South Stockton, Stockton News, McKinley Park Renovations


North Sacramento CHP Lieutenant Arrested For Domestic Battery In El Dorado Hills

EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — A North Sacramento CHP Lieutenant was arrested by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s office last week. Lt. Scott Loso was booked for misdemeanor domestic battery and brandishing a firearm. He has posted bail and is no longer in custody. READ: Former DHS Whistleblower Philip Haney Found Dead Of Gunshot Wound In Amador County CHP issued the following statement in regard to this incident: “The CHP is aware of the arrest of Lieutenant Scott Loso by the El Dorado County Sheriff...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, CHP, El Dorado Hills, Amador County, Philip Haney, El Dorado County Sheriff's Office, El Dorado County Sheriff, North Sacramento CHP, Scott Loso


Roo, Special Needs Pup Who Won Hearts At Sacramento SPCA, Finds Forever Family

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A special needs puppy has a new forever family. Roo was a three-month-old German Shepard puppy who arrived at the Sacramento SPCA late in 2019. He was born with deformed front legs – but that never stopped him from zoomies. Roo’s spunkiness won the hearts of staff, and the SPCA has been posting updates about him ever since. Since December, Roo has been living with a foster family. However, on Monday, the SPCA announced that Roo was adopted over the weekend. “We would say ...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, SPCA, Sacramento SPCA, Roo, Sacramento News


California Lottery Didn’t Give $36M To Schools, Auditor Says

SACRAMENTO (AP) – The California lottery skimped on giving $36 million in revenue to fund public education and spent $720,000 on food and travel expenses without considering cheaper options, the state auditor said in a report made public Tuesday. Sales from scratch and lotto tickets have funded public schools and colleges in California since 1985. But the lottery should have accounted for an increase in profits during the fiscal year that ended in June 2018 by turning over an additional $36 mill...
Tags: News, Education, California, Local, Sacramento, Ap, Lottery, Johnson, Legislature, California Lottery, California State Lottery, State Controller s Office, Alva Johnson, Sen Ling Ling Chang


At Least 15 Cars Broken Into Overnight In One South Natomas Neighborhood

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Officers are investigating after more than a dozen cars were broken into in a South Natomas neighborhood overnight on Monday. The break-ins happened near the 2200 block of Glenrio Way. Sacramento police say officers found that at least 15 cars had been broken into at some point overnight. Detectives have canvassed the neighborhood for evidence, but no suspect information has been released at this point.
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento Police, South Natomas, Glenrio Way Sacramento


Man, 60, Killed In Fiery Crash On Highway 120 Between Manteca And Escalon

ESCALON (CBS13) – Both directions of Highway 120 were closed after a deadly fiery crash involving a big rig and two other vehicles Tuesday morning. The scene was at French Camp Road, between Manteca and Escalon. According to California Highway Patrol, a big rig, SUV and sedan were involved in a crash just before 7:30 a.m. Officers say a 60-year-old man driving the SUV for, for an unknown reason, turned right into the path of the oncoming big rig. A sedan that was following behind the SUV was als...
Tags: News, Local, Manteca, Manteca News, Highway 120, Escalon News, French Camp Road, Escalon According to California Highway Patrol


Coronavirus Confirmed In 2 Contra Costa County Patients From Travis AFB Quarantine

TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE (CBS13) – Health officials say two cases of novel coronavirus have been confirmed at hospitals in Contra Costa County. Contra Costa Health Services said that the two coronavirus patients had been transported to the county on Tuesday morning from Travis Air Force Base. The patients were passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship who had been quarantined after being evacuated. Officials noted that, while the pair tested positive for coronavirus, neither patient has yet ...
Tags: News, Local, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Travis Air Force Base, Travis AFB, Coronavirus, Contra Costa County Contra Costa Health Services


California Lawmaker Introduces Bill That Would Allow Human Body Composting

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A California lawmaker has introduced a bill that would make it easier for people to have their bodies composted after they die. AB 2592 was introduced by Assemblymember Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens) on Tuesday. The bill would amend existing law to allow people to have the option of putting their bodies in a specialized composting vessel. The bodies would then be allowed to naturally turn into a nutrient-dense soil. Families would then get that soil back and have the optio...
Tags: News, California, Funeral, Local, Sacramento, Cristina Garcia, Bell Gardens, Burial, National Funeral Directors Association, Assemblymember Cristina Garcia, Recompose, Asem Garcia


California Lawmaker Introduces Bill That Would Allow Human Body Compositing

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A California lawmaker has introduced a bill that would make it easier for people to have their bodies composted after they die. AB 2592 was introduced by Assemblymember Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens) on Tuesday. The bill would amend existing law to allow people to have the option of putting their bodies in a specialized composting vessel. The bodies would then be allowed to naturally turn into a nutrient-dense soil. Families would then get that soil back and have the optio...
Tags: News, California, Funeral, Local, Sacramento, Cristina Garcia, Bell Gardens, Burial, National Funeral Directors Association, Assemblymember Cristina Garcia, Recompose, Asem Garcia


Roy Lewis Norris, Convicted ‘Tool Box Killer,’ Dies At California Medical Facility

VACAVILLE (AP) – Roy Lewis Norris one of the so-called “Tool Box Killers” who preyed on teenage girls in Southern California more than 40 years ago has died, state corrections officials said Tuesday. Norris and Lawrence Sigmond Bittaker kidnapped, raped, tortured and murdered five girls in 1979. Their nickname came from the tools like a screwdriver, pliers and an ice pick that they used on their victims. Norris, 72, died Monday at California Medical Facility, the state Department of Corrections ...
Tags: News, California, Local, Los Angeles, Ap, San Diego County, Southern California, Northern California, Vacaville, San Quentin State Prison, Norris, Bittaker, Richard J Donovan, Democratic Gov Gavin Newsom, Lawrence Sigmond Bittaker, Lawrence Sigmund Bittaker


Search On For Suspect Who Ran From Crash On Highway 50; Folsom High On Precautionary Lockdown

FOLSOM (CBS13) – Folsom High School is on a precautionary lockdown as officers search for a man who ran from a crash on Highway 50  on Tuesday morning. Folsom police say officers are in the area of Iron Point and Prairie City roads looking for the suspect. Exactly what led up to the crash on Highway 50 is unclear, but a man ran from the scene and is still sought by officers. Police say the man was wearing a gray shirt and blue jeans when he was last seen. Folsom High is safe and is only closed a...
Tags: News, Local, Highway 50, Folsom High School, Prairie City, Folsom High, Folsom News, Suspect Who Ran From Crash On Highway


1 Dead, Highway 120 Closed Between Manteca And Escalon After Fiery Crash

ESCALON (CBS13) – Both directions of Highway 120 are closed after a deadly fiery crash involving a big rig and two other vehicles Tuesday morning. The scene is at French Camp Road, between Manteca and Escalon. #Trafficalert ESCALON: EB/WB SR-120 at French Camp Road IS COMPLETELY CLOSED following a 2-vehicle collision which involved a big rig and resulted in a fire. There is no ETO for this section of highway, which is west of Escalon. Seek alternate routes & leave extra travel time. pic.twitte...
Tags: News, Local, Manteca, California Highway Patrol, CalTrans, WB, Manteca News, Highway 120, Escalon News, French Camp Road


Rancho Cordova Man Convicted Of Sexually Assaulting 3 Young Children Sentenced To Life In Prison

RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) – A Rancho Cordova man has been sentenced to 250 years to life in prison after being convicted of sexual assault against young children. Vladimir Sinigur was charged with sexually assaulting three children, ages 4, 6 and 7. The assaults happened in 2016, according to prosecutors. In 2018, Sinigur told a family member he had been abusing the children, prompting the family member to report the situation to law enforcement. An investigation by Rancho Cordova police uncovered ...
Tags: News, Local, Rancho Cordova, Rancho Cordova News, Vladimir Sinigur, Sinigur


Highway 120 Closed Between Manteca And Escalon After Fiery Crash

ESCALON (CBS13) – Both directions of Highway 120 are closed after a fiery crash involving a big rig and another vehicle Tuesday morning. The scene is at French Camp Road, between Manteca and Escalon. #Trafficalert ESCALON: EB/WB SR-120 at French Camp Road IS COMPLETELY CLOSED following a 2-vehicle collision which involved a big rig and resulted in a fire. There is no ETO for this section of highway, which is west of Escalon. Seek alternate routes & leave extra travel time. pic.twitter.com/SiOX...
Tags: News, Local, Manteca, CalTrans, WB, Manteca News, Highway 120, Escalon News, French Camp Road


Search On For Suspect Who Led Sacramento Police On Chase In Stolen Car

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Officers are looking for a suspect who ran after an early morning chase in North Sacramento on Tuesday. The chase came to a crashing end along Traction Avenue, near El Camino Avenue. Sacramento police say, just before 7 a.m., officers tried to stop a car near Evergreen Street and Lampasas Avenue. The car had been reported stolen, police say. The driver didn’t yield, however, and led officers on a chase until they crashed into a parked car on Traction Avenue. The driver then ...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, North Sacramento, Sacramento News, Traction Avenue, El Camino Avenue Sacramento, Evergreen Street, Lampasas Avenue


Study: Stockton Ranked As One The Country’s Least ‘Hardest-Working’ Cities

STOCKTON (CBS13) – A new study has ranked Stockton as one of the least “hardest-working” cities in America. Stockton came in at number 104 in the new WalletHub study released on Monday, which looked at 116 of the largest cities in the US and took into account factors like employment rate and average weekly work hours. Only 12 other cities got a lower ranking than Stockton – including Fresno, which was ranked even lower at 109. Sacramento didn’t fare much better in WalletHub’s calculations, comin...
Tags: News, US, Local, Fresno, Sacramento, San Francisco, Stockton, Detroit, Virginia Beach, Anchorage, WalletHub, Stockton News, America Stockton


Big Rig Crashes Off I-5 In Stockton

STOCKTON (CBS13) – A big rig was sent crashing off Interstate 5 near the Fremont Street off-ramp when it clipped a parked car early Tuesday morning. The crash happened a little after 1 a.m. on the southbound side of the freeway. California Highway Patrol says the semi was approaching the off-ramp when it struck a vehicle that was parked. The semi driver then overcorrected and went down an embankment. Officers say the driver of the semi was taken to the hospital but is expected to be OK. It’s unc...
Tags: News, Local, Stockton, California Highway Patrol, Fremont Street, Interstate 5, Stockton News


Grammy-Nominated Sacramento Police Officer Helps With Recruitment In Music Video

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) -— The Sacramento Police Department says they’re more than 50 officers short of their normal department total. To help boost recruitment numbers, veteran police officer and musician, Filmore Graham, dropped a music video encouraging young people to join the force. The video, “Be The Difference,” challenges Sacramento youth to make a change in their own city by becoming a Sacramento City police officer. Officer Graham was nominated for GRAMMY in the early 2000s and says music i...
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Grammy-Nominated Sacramento Police Officer Helps With Recruitment

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) -— The Sacramento Police Department says they’re more than 50 officers short of their normal department total. To help boost recruitment numbers, veteran police officer and musician, Filmore Graham, dropped a music video encouraging young people to join the force. The video, “Be The Difference,” challenges Sacramento youth to make a change in their own city by becoming a Sacramento City police officer. Officer Graham was nominated for GRAMMY in the early 2000s and says music i...
Tags: News, New York City, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Graham, Sacramento Police Department, Sacramento City, The Sacramento Police Department, Sacramento News, Filmore Graham


Lawsuit: Man Held In Sacramento Jail For 27 Days With No Charges

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man said he spent 27 days in the Sacramento County Jail without being charged or making a court appearance. Taylor Brophy was arrested for DUI in March 2019, but claims in a lawsuit he was lost in the system for almost a month with no idea what was going on in his case. Brophy claims other inmates heard his case called by a judge, but Brophy was not there to answer. “We don’t know all the facts yet, but from what we’re hearing first hand, it’s really scary,” Sacramento att...
Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Dhs, Sacramento County, Sacramento County Jail, Reichel, Philip Haney, Brophy, Sacramento County Sheriff s Office, Sacramento News, Mark Reichel, Taylor Brophy


Records Show Driver Who Hit, Killed Fairfield Toddler Has Multiple DUI Convictions

FAIRFIELD (CBS13) — Many questions remain in the death of a two-year-old after police say his uncle ran him over in a Fairfield mobile home park. The driver, 32-year-old Cirilo Martinez Tellas, has two prior DUI convictions and one pending. Investigators are still looking at whether he was driving drunk when this two-year-old was hit. Tellas is currently in jail on a $235,000 bond. READ: Proposed ‘Gavin’s Law’ Seeks To Increase Penalty For Hit-And-Run Drivers “It’s probably one of those things t...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Fairfield, Solano County, Gavin, Leal, David Leal, Fatal Hit And Run, DUI Suspect, Cirilo Martinez Tellas, Tellas, Fairfield Police Lt Jausiah Jacobsen, Fairfield Many


Grieving Stockton Mother Mourns Loss Of 17-Year-Old Son As Police Look For Suspects

STOCKTON (CBS13) — Rochelle Valverde is dealing with the unimaginable loss of her son. “Hold your babies. Hold them tight. Don’t let them go. You don’t know when the last time you’re going to say ‘I love you,’” Valverde said. “Any mother’s nightmare is to lose their child or bury their child; no matter what happens in life.” Valverde didn’t want to show her face because her 17-year-old son Rafael Chavez, who went by Ralphie, may have been targeted. “There’s no reason my son needed to be killed. ...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Dhs, Stockton Police, Ralphie, Chavez, Valverde, Lincoln High School, Nunez, Amador County, Queen Avenue, Philip Haney, Stockton News, Stockton Crime Stoppers


Man Shoots Himself In Front Of Deputies In Antelope

ANTELOPE (CBS13) — A man shot himself in front of deputies near the WinCo in Antelope Wednesday afternoon, the sheriff’s office said. Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Tess Deterding said deputies received a call of a man with a gun near the store on Skyland Court Monday afternoon. The subject reportedly was holding a gun to his head. When deputies arrived, they attempted to contact the man. At some point, the sheriff’s office said a deputy fired a single round at the subject, then...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Antelope, Sacramento County Sheriff s Office, Antelope News, Deputy-involved Shooting, Tess Deterding, Skyland Court


Proposed ‘Gavin’s Law’ Seeks To Increase Penalty For Hit-And-Run Drivers

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Records show penalties are often more severe for DUI drivers who are arrested at the scene of a crash, compared to those who leave. AB 582, dubbed Gavin’s Law in honor of a beloved California vice principal who was killed by a hit-and-run DUI driver while jogging, intends to change how DUI suspects are sentenced. The law was intended to make penalties for leaving the scene of a deadly crash worse than if the suspect stayed, but the bill has been significantly watered down si...
Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Fresno, Sacramento, Aclu, Patterson, Susan, Gavin, Senate Public Safety Committee, Assemblyman Jim Patterson, Hit-and-run Crash, Gavin's Law, Gavin Gladding


Nine Trailers Arrive In Stockton To Help House Homeless Families

STOCKTON (CBS13) — Trailers arrived in the city of Stockton Monday, to help house those living on the streets. The city received nine trailers from the state that can be used to house the homeless. They were hooked up at the city’s homeless shelter, where Mayor Michael Tubbs says some children and families have to sleep on the floor when it’s crowded. Tubbs said the trailers are one tool of many to address the homeless crisis. READ: Homeless Camp Near North Auburn Catches Fire “[It’s a] chance t...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Homelessness, Stockton, Homeless, Tubbs, Michael Tubbs, Stockton News, Mayor Michael Tubbs, Stockton To Help House Homeless Families



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