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Missing Sailor Presumed Dead In Camp Pendleton Training Accident Was From Stockton

STOCKTON (CBS13) – A missing sailor now presumed dead following a 40-hour search after a marine training mishap near San Diego was from Stockton, a family friend confirmed to CBS13. The United States Marine Corps is saying that the search for the seven marines and the sailor was called off Sunday and they are presumed dead. Photo of Christopher Gnem posted on his Instagram account (credit: Instagram) The First Expeditionary Force for the Marine Corps suffered a mishap with an amphibious assaul...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Stockton, Marine Corps, San Diego, Southern California, United States Marine Corps, Lincoln High School, Camp Pendleton, San Clemente Island, Camp Pendelton, Stockton News, Christopher Gnem, Gnem


Driver Injured After Crashing Into Busy Tuolumne County Store

COLD SPRINGS (CBS13) – Man Injured After Crashing Into Busy Tuolumne County Store The Tuolumne County Fire Department said although it was busy inside and around the store, no one else was injured in the crash. The crash happened at a building at the Cold Springs Market east of Twain Harte. Swipe to see more photos. crash 1 (credit: Tuolumne County Fire Department) crash 2 (credit: Tuolumne County Fire Department) crash 3 (credit: Tuolumne County Fire Departm...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Tuolumne County, Tuolumne County Fire Department, Cold Springs News, Tuolumne County Store, Cold Springs Market


Elk Grove Unified School District To Start School Year Through Distance Learning

ELK GROVE (CBS13) – Students in the Elk Grove Unified School District aren’t the only ones experiencing butterflies for the beginning of the school year. Parents are too, as the new school year beginning on Monday will unfold at home. “It’s so much stuff, we’re concerned about it,” said Harumi Kim, a district parent. “For now, I’m struggling – how to open this or that kind of stuff.” Kim’s daughter Mai begins second grade on Monday at Arlene Hein Elementary – only with the campus closed and thro...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Kim, MAI, Elk Grove Unified School District, Learning Curve, Coronavirus, COVID, Coronavirus Education, Harumi Kim, Arlene Hein Elementary


El Dorado Hills Neighbors Stood Watch Over Homes As Flames Inched Closer

EL DORADO HILLS (CBS13) – A fire came too close for comfort in El Dorado Hills early Sunday. Cindy Soderman stood outside with her neighbors at 1 o’clock in the morning shooting cell phone video and snapping pictures to show just how close the flames came to their neighborhood. “It was scary, definitely scary, and a lot of smoke,” Soderman said. Rick Cote said it’s the closest he’s ever seen flames come to his home. He watched the flames roar less than a hundred feet away from where there is now...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Cote, El Dorado Hills, El Dorado Hills News, El Dorado Hills Neighbors Stood Watch Over Homes, Cindy Soderman, Soderman, Rick Cote


Angels Camp Fire That Destroyed 1 Home Now Considered Suspicious

SAN QUENTIN (CBS13) – Investigators are saying a fire that moved through Angels Camp late last week and destroyed one home is now considered suspicious. The fire started in a field behind an O’Reilly Auto Parts store around 5 p.m. It grew to around 10-acres burned and destroyed an unoccupied home. Firefighters say the two-story vacant house on Utica Lane was fully involved and three more structures were threatened with two suffering minor damage, Cal Fire said. Investigators are continuing to in...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, San Quentin, Angels Camp, Angels Camp News, Utica Lane


Man Injured In Vacaville Shooting, Police Say

VACAVILLE (CBS13) – A man is in the hospital after suffering multiple gunshot wounds in Vacaville on Sunday, authorities said. The Vacaville Police Department said the shooting happened in the 500 block of Markham Avenue. The condition of the victim is unknown at this time and the investigation remains underway. Any witnesses are encouraged to contact the Vacaville Police Department.
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Syndicated Local, Vacaville, Vacaville Police Department, Vacaville News, Markham Avenue


Mandatory Evacuations Ordered For Fire Burning In Rural Area Of Colusa County

COLUSA COUNTY (CBS13) – Evacuations were ordered in a 200-acre fire burning in a rural area of Colusa County on Sunday, Cal Fire announced. The agency said the evacuations are in effect for 3308 Lodoga Road and Squaw Creek Road. The fire, dubbed the Sites Fire, is located off of Sites Lodoga Road and Campground Road, Southeast of Stonyford, Cal Fire said. Stay with CBS13 for more updates.
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Colusa County, Squaw Creek Road, Sunday Cal Fire, Colusa County News, Lodoga Road, Campground Road Southeast of Stonyford Cal Fire


Local Church Meets Outdoors For First In-Person Service Since Social Distancing Orders Began

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A Sacramento area church met in Del Paso Heights for in-person services for the first time since March. The Faith Covenant Community Church has been holding services on Facebook since social distancing orders went into effect. All recommended health guidelines for holding outdoor services were followed. Sunday was their first chance to come together – spreading a message of hope instead of the virus. “We love to worship God, and we understand the dynamics of it,” said Chur...
Tags: Facebook, News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Del Paso Heights, Sacramento News, Coronavirus Activities, Faith Covenant Community Church, Keith Brent


Woodland Man Driving With No License Plates Arrested After High Speed Chase

WOODLAND (CBS13) – A Woodland man was arrested after leading officers on a high-speed chase after being spotted driving a vehicle with no license plates, authorities said. The Woodland Police Department said officers attempted to pull over Jared Lampkin, 35, Saturday night in the area of West Street near Clover Street. Lampkin allegedly took off at a high rate of speed while passing other vehicles and running through multiple stop signs. Get the app: Download the new CBS Sacramento News app for ...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Syndicated Local, Woodland Police Department, West Street, Woodland, Elliot Street, Yolo County Jail, Lampkin, Woodland News, CBS Sacramento News, Jared Lampkin, Android Authorities


Family Offers $10K Reward In Search For Missing Hiker Saeed Emadi In El Dorado National Forest

EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) – A family is offering a $10,000 reward in the nearly month-long search of a missing 66-year-old hiker in the El Dorado National Forest. Saeed Emadi went missing July 8 while camping with friends at the popular Ice House Reservoir off Highway 50. They went for a hike near Strawberry Point, became separated, and Emadi has not been seen since. Missing posters are posted all around the campground. Get the app: Download the new CBS Sacramento News app for iOS and Android The...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Emadi, El Dorado National Forest, Strawberry Point, CBS Sacramento News, Saeed Emadi, Bijan Emadi


Auburn Drive-In Weekend Concert Aims To Give People Live Music At A Distance

AUBURN (CBS13) – More than a hundred people gathered at the Gold Country Fairgrounds on Saturday as part of a three-day drive-in weekend concert. The event’s goal doubled as a way to enjoy music amid the COVID-19 pandemic while raising money for the local fair. The sounds heard on Saturday night are ones many people haven’t heard in a long time. “I love live music,” said Amy Sexton, one of the concert’s attendees. “It gets my heart racing and gives me so much joy.” Lisa Montes, one of the event ...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Auburn, Sexton, Montes, Auburn News, Coronavirus Activities, Gold Country Fairgrounds, Amy Sexton, Lisa Montes, Kat Benic, Benic


Woodward, Modesto Reservoirs Closed To Outside Visitors Due To Pandemic Concerns

MODESTO (CBS13) – Stanislaus County reservoirs have been restricted to resident access only effective Friday. Stanislaus County Parks and Recreation said the Woodward and Modesto reservoirs were closed for the health and safety of residents living in the county. County officials further clarified the decision by stating that the county remains on the state’s monitoring list due to high numbers of coronavirus cases. Parks and Recreation said camping reservations for those living outside of the co...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Parks and Recreation, Modesto, County, Woodward, Stanislaus County, Modesto News, Woodward News, Stanislaus County Parks and Recreation


1 Injured After Sacramento Man, 3 Nephews Involved In Shasta Lake Boat Crash

SHASTA COUNTY (CBS13) – One person was injured after a Sacramento man and his three nephews were involved in a boating accident on Shasta Lake on Saturday afternoon, authorities said. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office said one of the children suffered minor injuries and the other three individuals were OK. Usman Khalid, 34, reportedly told deputies that he and his three nephews rented the boat from Holiday Harbor Marina for a fun day on the lake. Authorities said Khalid told them it was his fir...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Shasta Lake, Khalid, Authorities, Shasta County Sheriff s Office, Usman Khalid, Sacramento News, Shasta Lake Boat Crash, Holiday Harbor Marina


Downtown Roseville Reimagined For New Outdoor Dining Experience

ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – Live music outside of a local coffee shop set the atmosphere for day two of a community trying to stick together. Downtown Roseville was reimagined to make way for more outdoor dining. “I don’t think this COVID is gonna win,” Michael McDermott, owner of The Place said. McDermott is hoping downtown Roseville and his restaurant will soon be “The Place” to eat again. He’s been feeding his community for the last decade. This year, he said, has by far been the hardest. “This is wi...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Roseville, McDermott, Allred, Place, Michael McDermott, Roseville News, Coronavirus, Coronavirus News, Downtown Roseville, Jessica Allred


Man Who Shot Victim 30 Times In Stockton In 2017 Sentenced To 40 Years To Life

STOCKTON (CBS13) – A man convicted of a second-degree murder in which he shot his victim 30 times in Stockton in 2017 was sentenced to 40 years to life, San Joaquin County District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar announced on Friday. A press release issued from Salazar’s office said Jontell Jaymar Roots was sentenced on Monday, July 27 for one count of second-degree murder with an enhancement for using a firearm in the commission of a felony, causing death. Roots chased after the victim – Lonnell B...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Syndicated Local, Stockton, San Joaquin County, Roots, Salazar, Broadnax, Tori Verber Salazar, Stockton News, Jontell Jaymar Roots, Lonnell Broadnax, Broadnax Investigators


Reopen The Church Rally Held At State Capitol

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The faithful gathered for a reopen the church rally on Saturday at the state Capitol calling for people all over Sacramento to gather for church services. This Is Pentecost Ministries led hymns and prayers and many worshipers were spotted wearing masks and keeping up social distancing. Everyone was looking for a way to express their faith. NEW APP: Download the new CBS Sacramento News app for iOS and Android “We need strength and, for many people, their faith, it is their es...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Capitol, Sacramento News, CBS Sacramento News, This Is Pentecost Ministries, Church Rally Held At State Capitol, Pentecost Ministries, Tamara Bennett


Sacramento County Surpasses 10K Coronavirus Cases; California Surpasses 500K

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Sacramento County officially surpassed 10,000 reported cases of COVID-19 over the course of the pandemic as of Saturday, and California surpassed 500,000 overall cases. The county added an additional 196 cases to the overall count on Saturday, bringing the total number of cases to 10,016. Nine deaths were also added bringing the county’s coronavirus death count to 142. As of Friday, there were 281 hospitalized patients battling COVID-19 with 91 patients in the ICU. NEW APP: ...
Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, California News, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Elk Grove, Rancho Cordova, Galt, Folsom, Citrus Heights, ISLETON, Sacramento News, Coronavirus


Man Hit By Car On Suisun City Train Station Platform, Officials Say

SUISUN CITY (CBS13) – A man is in the hospital after being struck by a vehicle on a train station platform early Saturday, the Suisun City Fire Department said. The fire department said reports of the collision came in at around 7:46 a.m. from the Suisun City Train Station. (credit: Suisun City Fire Department) The victim was transported to the hospital. His identity and further details regarding his injuries were not released. NEW APP: Download the new CBS Sacramento News app for iOS and Andr...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Suisun City, Suisun City Police Department, Suisun City News, Suisun City Fire Department, CBS Sacramento News, Suisun City Train Station


Vacaville Private School Plans For On-Campus Instruction To Begin School Year

VACAVILLE (CBS13) – Vacaville Christian Schools said it is planning to reopen with full-time on-campus instruction when the school year begins later this month. Head of School Ben Davis said in a letter to the community that he feels confident in the anticipated Aug. 24 school start date. In his letter, Davis also covered the topic of face coverings. “We also understand that wearing face masks has created quite a bit of concern amongst families in our community,” he said. “VCS will only require ...
Tags: News, Education, Local, Syndicated Local, Davis, Vacaville, Ben Davis, Vacaville News, Coronavirus Education, Vacaville Christian Schools, Vacaville Private School


Suspect Arrested After Rock Thrown Through Grass Valley Police Department Lobby Door

GRASS VALLEY (CBS13) – A Grass Valley man is accused of throwing a rock at th e Grass Valley Police Department and shattering the glass door, authorities said Friday. (credit: Grass Valley Police Department) Grass Valley police said a rock was thrown through the glass door of the department lobby Wednesday night. Photos released by the department showed a glass door was completely shattered and a second glass door was also damaged. Police said Adam Cockrell was arrested Friday evening on felo...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Syndicated Local, Grass Valley, Authorities, Cockrell, Grass Valley Police Department, Grass Valley News, Grass Valley Police Department Grass Valley, Adam Cockrell


Killer Of Sac State Student Zarrie Allen Still On The Loose; Family Pleads For Answers

SOUTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A killer who gunned down an 18-year-old Sacramento State student in a South Sacramento cemetery last week is still on the loose. “She smiled all the time. When people say her smile lit up a room, it is not an overstatement,” said older sister Toniesha Bostic. Bostic said she is still trying to process the loss of her little sister Zarrie Allen after Sacramento police say she was shot and killed in a drive-by while visiting the gravesite of her boyfriend at the Sacra...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Sacramento State, Allen, Sac State, Bostic, Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento Memorial Lawn, South Sacramento News, Zarrie Allen, South Sacramento cemetery, Toniesha Bostic Bostic


Two-Story House Destroyed In 5-Acre Downtown Angels Camp Fire

ANGELS CAMP (CBS13) — Multiple agencies battled a fire in Angels Camp that threatened multiple structures Friday evening. Cal Fire says the five-acre fire started as a grass fire behind O’Reilly Auto Parts in downtown Angels Camp. It was reported around 5 p.m. Firefighters say one structure was fully involved, destroying a two-story vacant house on Utica Lane. The fire threatened three more structures, Cal Fire said. “When we saw it was coming and not stopping, when it came through I knew I bet...
Tags: News, Local, CAL FIRE, O Reilly Auto Parts, Angels Camp News, Acre Downtown Angels Camp Fire, Utica Lane, Tad Folendorf Tad Folendorf, Folendorf, Jennifer Dyrkacz


Rancho Cordova Leaders Consider Sales Tax Increase To Make Up For Pandemic Losses

RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) – City leaders in Rancho Cordova are considering raising taxes to pay for pandemic losses with a new half-cent sales tax on the Nov. ballot. Korri Skinner and her boyfriend both lost their jobs when the pandemic hit. With a new three-month-old baby, she’s opposed to any extra tax expenses. “Corona has really impacted us very financially,” Skinner said. “I think that would be horrible, I think that would be the worst decision ever. We’re already in a hardship and it’s a ver...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Sales Tax, Rancho Cordova, Holly Parker, Singh, Corona, Skinner, Tom Price, Rick Parker, Rancho Cordova News, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Leadership, Korri Skinner


ABC Makes COVID-19 Compliance Cold Calls At Sacramento Restaurants

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Officers with Alcoholic Beverage Control are visiting local restaurants daily, making sure masks and social distancing requirements are being followed. CBS13 followed along on inspections Friday as officers made cold calls. Within just a few hours Friday night, officers visited almost 100 businesses and found zero violations. Their visits are usually fast and without a fuss. Months into this pandemic, most of the businesses ABC visits know the drill: outdoor dining, staff mu...
Tags: News, Abc, Local, Seen On, Sacramento, Medina, Alcoholic Beverage Control, Sacramento News, Francisco Medina, Coronavirus, Luke Blehm, Sacramento County Mayahuel, Blehm, Carmen Romo


Oldest Living Marine, Major Bill White, Celebrates 105th Birthday In Stockton

STOCKTON (CBS13) — A familiar face out of Stockton celebrated a major milestone Friday. Major Bill White, the oldest living Marine, turned 105.  Not even a pandemic could squash the drive-by salute to centenarian Major Bill While. “Feels just as good as it did at 104,” White said Friday.  Major’s Bill’s positive spirit is just one of the many reasons there was so much love and fanfare outside his Stockton Assisted Living Facility. “He was in Shanghai before WWII and the Japanese invasion an...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Nasa, Shanghai, Stockton, Bill, Inglewood, Iwo Jima, Bill White, Tony Walker, Stockton News, Mary Huston


Search Warrant Uncovers Gun, Drugs, Ammo And Lands 1 Arrest Near Del Paso Heights

NORTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A search warrant served near Del Paso Heights uncovered methamphetamine, marijuana, a firearm and over 3,000 rounds of ammunition, the Sacramento County Probation Department announced on Friday. Thao Vang, 34, was booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail where he faces charges of possession of large-capacity magazine, committing a felony while out on bail, possession of an assault weapon, possession of controlled substance while armed, and failure to sell/transfer ...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Sacramento Police Department, Del Paso Heights, Sacramento County Main Jail, Butte County, Marc Marquez, Vang, South Avenue, North Sacramento News, Sacramento County Probation Department


Curtis Park Pharmacy To Open Despite Other Coronavirus Business Closures

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Amid several businesses closing their doors due to the coronavirus pandemic, one Sacramento pharmacy is soon opening theirs. “The reason this is called Ten Acres Pharmacy is because in 1918, where this is located, there were 10-acre tracts,” said owner Sonya Frausto. Frausto is putting the finishing touches on her new business in Curtis Park. She had hoped to open in May, but COVID-19 slowed construction. So she has been stocking up on products. “On local products, small bus...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Freeport Boulevard, Frausto, Sacramento News, Coronavirus, COVID, Ten Acres Pharmacy, Sonya Frausto Frausto, Curtis Park She, Eileen Sargent


At Least One Building Damaged In Downtown Angels Camp Fire

ANGELS CAMP (CBS13) — Multiple agencies battled a fire in Angels Camp that threatened multiple structures Friday evening. Cal Fire says the five-acre fire started as a grass fire behind O’Reilly Auto Parts in downtown Angels Camp. It was reported around 5 p.m. So far, firefighters say one structure was fully involved. The fire threatened three more structures, Cal Fire said. There have not been any reports of injuries. By 6:50 p.m., Cal Fire said the forward progress of the fire had stopped. Cr...
Tags: News, Local, CAL FIRE, O Reilly Auto Parts, Angels Camp News


Private Labs Not Running At Capacity During Testing Shortages

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — In December, UC Davis got new equipment that can pump out up to 2,000 tests a day. “Because of the magnitude of the issue that we’re dealing with, we knew we really need to depend on our partners,” said Dr. Olivia Kasiyre. Those issues include up to 14 days of testing delays. Now Sacramento County is following in the footsteps of states like New York, working with private labs to increase testing capacity. UC Davis Health is in full-on collaboration mode, they say, to take t...
Tags: New York, News, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Davis, UC Davis, UC Davis Health, Sacramento County news, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Testing, Dr Olivia Kasiyre Those, Kasiyre


Learning Curve: Food Insecurity Numbers Soar In Sacramento County

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Learning from home means kids aren’t eating in the cafeteria and parents are left finding other ways to make meals happen. School districts and food banks across our area have been providing curbside pickup during the pandemic for that reason, but the need for help may be greater than ever. “It’s really hard,” Lorraine Hetang, a Natomas grandparent said in regard to distance learning. “I didn’t know how to use the computer with my grandson.” On top of teaching herself techno...
Tags: News, Education, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Sacramento Food Bank, Natomas, Sacramento City Unified School District, Samora, Learning Curve, Coronavirus, Natomas Unified School District, Coronavirus Education, Lorraine Hetang, Hetang, Natomas Park Elementary School



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