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VIDEO: Tire Of Truck On Fire Explodes Right In Front Of Sacramento Firefighter

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A firefighter narrowly missed what could have been a dangerous situation. Sacramento Fire crews responded around 2:15 a.m. Thursday to deal with a pickup truck that caught fire near the intersection of Beloit Drive and Main Avenue During the firefight, one of the tires on the truck exploded right in front of a firefighter. CBS13’s camera was rolling right when the incident took place. (Watch the video above) The fire escaped without serious injury. Exactly what caused the fi...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento News, Beloit Drive

No One Hurt After Early Morning Garage Fire In North Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Firefighters managed to keep the flames inside of the garage that caught fire early Thursday morning. The scene was along the 2000 block of South Avenue in the North Sacramento area. Sacramento Fire says crews responded just after 1 a.m. for a report of smoke and quickly found it was coming from the garage of a home in the area. Firefighters went to work quickly and were able to stop the flames from spreading. Everyone inside the home got out safely, firefighters say. Exactl...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, North Sacramento, South Avenue, Sacramento News

Airbnb Sues Renter In House Party Shooting; Victim’s Family Wants ‘Justice For The Kids’

ARDEN-ARCADE (CBS13) — Gunfire over the weekend at a house party turned violent is prompting Airbnb to take a drastic step. For the first time in the company’s history, it’s suing a guest to stop out-of-control parties. Three people were shot at a party with an estimated 50 guests, terrifying the Arden-Arcade neighborhood. READ MORE: 3 Shot Overnight At Arden-Arcade Area Airbnb Party “It was terrifying, I found the laser from his gun. I didn’t know what it was. It was right here, they were in th...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Sacramento, Airbnb, Arden Arcade News, CBS Sacramento News, House Party Shooting, Victim 's Family Wants ` Justice, Deborah Deborah, Mark Reichel Reichel

Coronavirus Child Care Closures: Do Parents Still Have To Pay?

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — If your preschool or child care center shuts down for an extended period due to COVID-19, can they still make you pay tuition? That’s the question many parents are asking as child care centers are requiring parents to sign year-long contracts that would force them to pay for the full year. It appears some schools are revising their contracts to ensure parents do have to pay no matter what. “I said, ‘Are you sure this is actually enforceable?'” mom Ingrid told CBS13, recounti...
Tags: News, Child Care, Local, Sacramento, Watts, Ingrid, Talley, Julie Watts, Stuart Talley, Investigative Stories, Coronavirus, Natomas Unified School

Sheriff’s Offices Discuss Mask Policies After Sacramento Deputies Seen Without Masks In Store

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office is not happy after several deputies were seen inside a South Sacramento market not wearing masks. photo obtained by CBS13 A photo of the deputies inside the Sky Parkway Market not wearing masks or practicing social distancing has since blown up on social media. READ MORE: Sheriff’s Department ‘Extremely Disappointed’After Photo Shows Deputies Without Masks In South Sacramento Store The actions displayed go against what is expected of...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, South Sacramento, Solano County, Scott Jones, Roger, McGinnis, John McGinnis, Face Masks, Sacramento County Sheriff 's Office, Coronavirus, Sky Parkway Market, Dorado County Eatery, Placer Stanislaus San Joaquin

Inside The 11th Hour Meeting: Kamala Harris Support Team May Have Pushed Her To Top VP Spot

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — How did Joe Biden choose Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate? It may have been because of an eleventh-hour meeting between the Biden campaign and Harris’s supporters in California. “We did, we went rogue,” said California Lt. Governor Eleni Kounalakis. Kounalakis called for a conference call with “Team Biden” on behalf of her friend, Sen. Kamala Harris. “I put in a call to Team Biden, and I said we’d like to talk to you and tell you our personal story,” she said. The call...
Tags: Politics, News, California, Senate, Local, Sacramento, San Francisco, Joe Biden, Long Beach, South Sacramento, Biden, Kamala Harris, HARRIS, Kamala, 2020 Election, Sen Kamala Harris

In A First, Airbnb Takes Action Against Guest For Party

(AP) — For the first time, Airbnb is taking legal action against a guest for violating its ban on unauthorized parties. The San Francisco-based home-sharing company said Wednesday it is initiating legal proceedings against a guest who held an unauthorized party at a home in Sacramento County, California, last weekend. Three people were shot and wounded at the party. READ MORE: 3 Shot Overnight At Arden-Arcade Area Airbnb Party Airbnb wouldn’t release the guest’s name but said it has removed the ...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, San Francisco, Ap, Airbnb, Orinda California, Sacramento County California, Sacramento County Sheriff 's Department, Sacramento News, First Airbnb Takes Action Against Guest For Party, Arden Arcade Area Airbnb Party Airbnb

DA Schubert Seeking Stories From People Who Lived Through The Terror Of The Golden State Killer

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert is seeking out people who lived through the time of Golden State Killer/East Area Rapist crimes. With Joseph DeAngelo – the man who has now pleaded guilty to many of the charges linked to the crime spree – set to be sentenced next week, Schubert’s office announced a push on Tuesday to gather stories from the community about that scary time in Sacramento. In particular, the DA’s office is seeking out people who lived in the are...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Schubert, Anne Marie Schubert, DeAngelo, East Area Rapist, Sacramento News, Golden State Killer, Joseph DeAngelo, DA Schubert, Golden State Killer East Area, Joseph DeAngelo the man

Standoff Outside South Sacramento Home Ends Peacefully

SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) — An early morning standoff in south Sacramento between deputies and a suspect ended peacefully. The scene was at a home near Florin and Bradshaw roads in Sacramento County. Sheriff’s deputies originally responded early Wednesday morning to investigate a report of a person shooting a gun at the house. That suspect stayed in the house and wouldn’t respond to calls from deputies, prompting the standoff. After several hours, the suspect was detained peacefully.
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Standoff, Bradshaw, Florin

California Lawmakers React To Biden-Harris Ticket

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — In a historic announcement, Joe Biden picked Kamala Harris as his vice presidential running mate Tuesday. Harris is the first Black female major-party nominee for Vice President to be placed on the ballot. The announcement is drawing local reactions from both sides of the aisle, from people who have worked with Sen. Harris to those who question her ability to lead in one of the highest roles in the nation. From campaign rivals to running mates, Sen. Harris is now standing ha...
Tags: Politics, Elections, News, California, Senate, White House, Local, California News, Sacramento, San Francisco, Joe Biden, United States, Biden, Kamala Harris, HARRIS, Dhillon

Michael Nunally Sentenced To Life For 2012 Murder At Sacramento Motel

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man was sentenced to 50 years to life in prison for a 2012 murder at a Sacramento motel. Michael Nunally was convicted of the first-degree murder of Kaster Tezino in February and found to have used a firearm during the murder. According to court records, Nunally was seeking revenge for an assault he thought Tezino committed. So on Sept. 25, 2012, he lulled Tezino to a motel on Arden Way and shot him in the back, killing him. READ ALSO: Two Arrested For Murder In Motel 6 Sh...
Tags: Crime, News, Sacramento, Arden Way, Motel, Sacramento News, Sacramento Motel, Michael Nunally, Kaster Tezino, Nunally, Tezino

Two-Alarm Fire Destroys Duplexes In Carmichael

CARMICHAEL (CBS13) — Two duplexes were destroyed in a fire on Douvan Court in Carmichael Tuesday night. Firefighters say the was a gas leak between two of the involved structures, but there were no reports of explosions to fire dispatch. At least four units were involved in the fire. Metro Fire says no injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is unclear at this time. More than 50 personnel, including eight engines, four trucks, two ambulances, five chief officers and more responded to th...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Carmichael, Metro Fire, Carmichael News, Douvan Court

Firefighters Battling Two-Alarm Residential Duplex Fire In Carmichael

CARMICHAEL (CBS13) — Sacramento Metro Fire is responding to a residential duplex fire with multiple units involved in Carmichael. The two-alarm fire is burning on Douvan Court, Metro Fire said. Firefighters say there are reports of four to six units involved. Metro Fire said there is a gas leak between two of the involved structures, but there are no reports of explosions to fire dispatch. So far, there have not been any reports of injuries. The cause of the fire is unclear at this time. More th...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Carmichael, Metro Fire, Sacramento Metro Fire, Carmichael News, Douvan Court Metro Fire

Sheriff’s Department ‘Extremely Disappointed’ After Photo Shows Deputies Without Masks In South Sacramento Store

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Several Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputies were seen gathered in a South Sacramento market not wearing masks Tuesday. photo obtained by CBS13 The deputies were seen standing together at Sky Park Market in South Sacramento. A sheriff’s office spokesperson says the deputies were not responding to a call at the market. In a statement Tuesday, the sheriff’s office said, “We are extremely disappointed in what we are seeing depicted in this photo. This incident is being immed...
Tags: News, California, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, South Sacramento, Gavin Newsom, Sheriff s Office, Face Masks, Sacramento County Sheriff's Office, South Sacramento Store, Coronavirus, Sky Park Market

Family Of Five Goes Four Months Without Working Refrigerator During Pandemic

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A mom who feeds five people says she’s gone four months during the pandemic without a working refrigerator. Sick of waiting through several failed repairs, Kristy Frey posted an amusing social media rant and called Kurtis. “In case you haven’t noticed, I wrote ‘Sears sucks’ on my fridge. It’s because it’s broken. It’s been broken for four months. Since April 3rd. April 3rd. Yeah. May, June, July. August. What? Four months without a fridge, and during a pandemic, feeding a fa...
Tags: Facebook, News, Local, Sacramento, Call Kurtis, Sears, Frey, Kristy, Investigative Stories, Kristy Frey

‘We Are Dying Out Here’: Salon Owners Take To Capitol, Push To Reopen Indoors

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A fight for survival at the capitol. Salon owners say they need to fully reopen now or close for good because of ongoing financial struggles. “We are dying out here and yet they let the prisoners, we have not committed a crime but yet we are on death row. We might as well just shut it down,” said salon owner Polly Codorniz. California is the only state in the country where salons must operate outdoors in order to stay open. Surrounded by states that allow services indoors w...
Tags: News, California, Local, California News, Sacramento, Norris, California State Capitol, Hair Salons, Philip Norris, Renee Santos, Coronavirus, CBS Sacramento News, Polly Codorniz, Diana Acevedo, Vitalant Research, Codorniz

Grass Fire That Went To 2-Alarms Near Discovery Park Under Investigation

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Firefighters doused a two-alarm grass fire near Discovery Park on Tuesday morning. Sacramento Fire crews say the fire, which started a little before 7 a.m., burned near Garden Highway and Truxel Road. Incident info: A 2-alarm grass fire is currently burning near Garden Highway and Truxel Rd. Resources are working to contain the fire. No injuries have been reported. The incident began at 6:50AM. — Sacramento Fire (@SacFirePIO) August 11, 2020 Th...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Garden Highway, Discovery Park, Sacramento News, Fire Watch

Sacramento County Youth Detention Facility Sees Its First Juvenile Test Positive For Coronavirus

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A youth in custody at Sacramento County’s juvenile hall has tested positive for coronavirus, authorities say. The Sacramento County Probation Department confirmed that a juvenile who was booked into the Youth Detention Facility several days ago had tested positive on Monday. Yesterday we received confirmation that a youth booked into our Youth Detention Facility a few days earlier is positive for COVID-19. The youth has been isolated and is receiving care. — Sac County Prob...
Tags: News, California, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Los Angeles County, Juvenile Hall, Coronavirus, Sacramento County Probation Department

Firefighters Battling 2-Alarm Grass Fire Near Discovery Park

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Firefighters are responding to a two-alarm grass fire near Discovery Park on Tuesday morning. Sacramento Fire crews report that the fire, which started a little before 7 a.m., is burning near Garden Highway and Truxel Road. Incident info: A 2-alarm grass fire is currently burning near Garden Highway and Truxel Rd. Resources are working to contain the fire. No injuries have been reported. The incident began at 6:50AM. — Sacramento Fire (@SacFirePIO...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Garden Highway, Discovery Park, Sacramento News, Fire Watch, Alarm Grass Fire Near Discovery Park

Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office To Partygoers: Stay Home

SACRAMENTO (CBS 13) — Rental homes are not just for vacations. They’re becoming makeshift nightclubs bringing dozens and sometimes hundreds of people to neighborhoods. They are not only breaking health orders, the parties are coming violent and in some cases, even deadly. Randey Rae lives near Howe Avenue and Delma Way where three people were shot early Sunday morning. The house was rented through Airbnb, bringing around 50 people who came to party. READ: 3 Shot Overnight At Arden-Arcade Area Ai...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Manteca, Cbs, Airbnb, Eric Garcetti, Elam, Rae, Arden Arcade, Howe Avenue, Sacramento County Sheriff s Office, Sacramento News, Rental Homes

Sacramento Woman’s Home Mistakenly Listed As Marijuana Dispensary Online

NATOMAS (CBS13) — Fenmore Way is a quiet street in the Natomas area of north Sacramento, but Kelley Bosch says it has been getting new visitors over the last few days. “A young man came up to me, was non-threatening, and he asked me if I knew about the Alpaca Club,” Bosch said. “It’s 2062 Fenmore and it’s a dispensary club. He held his phone in front of me and he showed me the address that’s showing on Yelp.” Some people have been arriving at Bosch’s home looking for cannabis products. “People c...
Tags: News, Yahoo, Youtube, Marijuana, Local, Sacramento, Yelp, Bosch, Manta, Natomas, Sager, FENMORE, Marijuana Dispensary, Yelp Yahoo, Natomas News, Fenmore Way

CHP Performing Almost Daily Rescues As Visitors Bombard Parks And Trails

SOLANO COUNTY (CBS13) — To beat pandemic cabin fever, people are flocking to hiking trails all over the Sacramento region. The surge is sparking almost daily rescues for the California Highway Patrol Golden Gate Air Division. People are getting stranded, dehydrated and even chased by animals. For one elderly couple, a morning hike on Sunday became a run from a mad cow. They were hiking in Lynch Canyon in Solano County when the cow started chasing them. READ MORE: Injured Elderly Couple Saved By ...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Solano County, CHP, Jones, Bay Area, U S Forest Service, Placer, El Dorado County, Richard Jones, Adam Whitehouse, Sacramento El Dorado, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Activities

Stephon Clark Birthday Event Held Downtown After County Closed Discovery Park

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — An event commemorating Stephon Clark took place downtown Monday evening after the county shut down its original location. It was a celebration of Stephon Clark, the man shot and killed while being chased by Sacramento police in 2018, on what would have been his 25th birthday.  “It’s a way to commemorate his legacy and his life,” Stephon’s mother, Se’Quette Clark, said.  But this event was forced to make a last-minute move due to COVID-19 concerns. His family origi...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Clark, Cesar Chavez, Sacramento City Hall, Cesar Chavez Park, Discovery Park, Stephon, Stephon Clark, Stevante Clark, Stephon Alonzo Clark, Se Quette Clark, Coronavirus, Stephon Clark Stephon

CBS13 Investigates: Agencies Give Governor Misleading Information

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Last week, Gov. Newsom announced decreasing coronavirus cases at his Monday press conference. We now know that decrease was due, in part, to a computer system failure that led to the undercounting of COVID cases. It turns out people within the Department of Public Health also knew about the tech glitch but did not tell the governor. This is just the latest example of a state agency providing the governor with inaccurate or misleading information prior to his public press con...
Tags: News, California, California News, Sacramento, SU, Public Health, Ellen, Oprah, Judy, Department of Public Health, California Labor, Employment Development Department, California Department of Public Health, Newsom, Nichole, Edd

Shakeup At The Top: California’s Public Health Director Resigns After Coronavirus Data Glitch

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — California’s Public Health Director quit over the weekend, after questions about the state’s coronavirus test data. “These things are unfortunate but we are moving forward,” said Gov. Gavin Newsom during a press conference Monday. The governor skirted questions about why Dr. Sonia Angell resigned from her job as Director of Public Health. It’s a position she held for less than a year. The governor would only go as far as to say he “accepted her resignation.” “She resigned, s...
Tags: News, California, Local, Sacramento, Administration, Gavin Newsom, Health And Human Services, Department of Public Health, Dietrich, Angell, Newsom, Mark Ghaly, Ghaly, California Newsom, Gary Dietrich, Coronavirus

California's public health officer resigns after COVID-19 undercount problem

Dr. Sonia Angell offered in a letter to step down as the director of the Department of Public Health over the weekend, and "I accepted her resignation," Newsom told a news conference in Sacramento, the state capital. Calling it a "personnel" issue, Newsom declined to say directly whether the departure of Angell less than a year into her tenure was related to computer problems that caused nearly 300,000 COVID-19 test results to go temporarily unprocessed.
Tags: News, California, Sacramento, Department of Public Health, Angell, Newsom, Sonia Angell

Dr. Sonia Angell, California’s Top Public Health Director, Resigns; No Reason Given

SACRAMENTO (AP) – California’s top public health official has resigned, just days after the state announced a fix for a glitch that caused a lag in reporting coronavirus test results used to make decisions about reopening businesses and schools. Dr. Sonia Angell said in a resignation letter made public late Sunday that she’s departing from her role as director and state public health officer at the California Department of Public Health. Her letter to staff, released by the California Health and...
Tags: News, California, California News, Sacramento, Public Health, Gavin Newsom, Los Angeles County, Angell, Newsom, California Health Care Foundation, Mark Ghaly, Ghaly, Coronavirus, Sonia Angell, California Health and Human Services Agency, Erica Pan

People Are Searching in the Suburbs More Than Ever Before

– Remote work, desire for more space is driving home shoppers to less dense, relatively nearby metros – After a brief pause, home shoppers are increasingly searching outside their metro area – Interest in the Northeast heats up as Midwest, South and West cool – Majority of views from residents of the 100 largest U.S. metros went to suburban properties in their metros Santa Clara, CA – Aug. 10, 2020 (PRNewswire) America is looking to move again, and the COVID-19 pandemic is influencin...
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State Health Department Director Sonia Angell Resigns, Reports Say

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The director of the California Department of Public Health is resigning, according to reports from the Sacramento Bee on Sunday. Dr. Sonia Angell frequently appeared alongside Gov. Gavin Newsom during his coronavirus news conferences Angell was a crucial figure in formulating the state’s response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. No reason was given for her sudden departure, which comes five months into the pandemic. Newsom appointed Angell director of the state health depar...
Tags: Health, News, Local, Syndicated Local, California News, Sacramento, Gavin Newsom, Sacramento Bee, state Health Department, Angell, California Department of Public Health, Newsom, Sonia Angell, Dr. Sonia Angell

Wildlife Rescues Urge People To Clean Up Fishing Lines As More Animals Get Tangled

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Fishing is a popular pastime, especially with all the waterways in Sacramento. Vanhmean Lee said he goes fishing almost daily, casting his line into the pond at Tanzanite Park. “The biggest fish I caught out here was a 10 pounder, so if you come on the right day you’ll catch a big bass,” said Lee. But that’s not the only catch when fishing lines get left out and not thrown away. “Then it gets tangled with my lure and if it gets tangled in the water, I’ll take it out and tras...
Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Fishing, Auburn, Berger, Lee, Sacramento News, Gold Country Wildlife Rescue, Christy Berger, Sacramento Vanhmean Lee, Tanzanite Park, Sacramento Herron

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