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Search On For Suspect In Woodland

WOODLAND (CBS13) — Authorities are urging people to avoid a Woodland neighborhood while they look for a suspect Tuesday morning, police say. Officers are in the area near W. Beamer and California streets. No other information about the incident, including what the person is wanted for, has been released at this point. People are being asked to avoid the area for the time being. Updates to follow.
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ICUs Remain Overwhelmed In San Joaquin, Stanislaus Counties

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY (CBS13) — The coronavirus is showing some signs of slowing down in California, with the exception of the Central Valley, which is now the state’s main hotspot. San Joaquin county reported staggering 402 new cases Monday along with 12 new deaths. The county now has more than 11,885 infections. Hospital ICUs in San Joaquin County are still overwhelmed, now operating at 135 percent of capacity, which is down about 14 percent from Friday. Total hospital capacity is at 75 percent, ...
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Waste Management Worker Michael Jodoin Killed On the Job In Grass Valley

GRASS VALLEY (CBS13) — A Waste Management worker was struck and killed by a woman allegedly driving under the influence Monday morning in Grass Valley. Michael Jodoin, 59, was cleaning up trash on the side of the road near the Nevada County Fairgrounds with his hazard lights flashing 47-year-old Amy Hannan hit him and continued driving, CHP said. “He wasn’t 20 feet away from the roadway and was still struck by this DUI driver,” CHP Officer Mike Steele said. Investigators say Hannan was driving u...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Grass Valley, CHP, Ellis, Hannan, Jodoin, Mike Steele, Judith Brown, Grass Valley News, Hit-and-run Crash, Nevada County Fairgrounds, Amy Hannan, Michael Jodoin, Wladislaw Ellis

2 El Dorado County Restaurants Lose Health Permits And Face Fines But Vow To Stay Open

EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — The owners of two El Dorado County restaurants have lost their health permits after openly defying state health rules. Café El Dorado and Apple Bistro face hundreds of dollars in fines, but the owners said they won’t close. Customers said they’ll keep coming if the doors stay open. Both restaurants display the same sign near their front doors. It says: “No social conditioning. No Oxygen deprivation mask.” They both lost their permits for not enforcing social distancing...
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California Releases Guidance On Elementary School Waivers

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As some students returned to distance learning Monday, the state released new guidance for elementary schools seeking to resume in-person learning. The majority of schools in California will be conducting distance learning in the coming weeks after Gov. Newsom announced schools in counties that have been on the County Data Monitoring list within the past 14 days may only do distance learning. The state is allowing elementary schools that fall in that category to apply for a ...
Tags: News, California, Local, California News, Sacramento, Distance Learning, Newsom, Yuba, CDPH, Learning Curve, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Education

98-Year-Old Receives Chinese American World War II Congressional Medal Of Honor

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A 98-year-old Sacramento man, Joe Chew, has been awarded the Chinese American World War II Congressional Medal of Honor. Sacramento County Supervisor Sue Frost acknowledged the honor at a recent meeting, but the recognition comes from the WWII Chinese American Recognition Project. “I wanted to thank him for his service and honor him with this very prestigious award,” Frost said. The official presentation will be done in Washington D.C., and the presentation will be done by c...
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Cal Fire Talks Challenges Of Fighting Fires In Areas With High COVID-19 Positivity Rates

COLUSA COUNTY (CBS13) – From the air and  the ground, Cal Fire is working hard  to put out the flames of the Sites Fire in Colusa Colusa. Their other battle is one you can’t see: COVID-19. “When we have a large number of firefighters, we ensure that they are separated, the equipment is being cleaned more often and that they are begin briefed in a social distancing atmosphere,” Deputy Chief Nick Schuler, Cal Fire, said. And with the third-highest positivity rate in the state occurring in Col...
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California Releases Guidance On Elementary School Waivers, Youth Sports

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As some students returned to distance learning Monday, the state released new guidance for youth sports and the process for elementary schools to resume in-person learning. For youth sports, the state is allowing some sports and physical education when physical distancing of six feet can be maintained and a “stable cohort of participants,” like a class, stay together. Officials are also advising that activities should take place outside as much as possible. Tournaments, spor...
Tags: News, California, Local, California News, Sacramento, Distance Learning, Newsom, CDPH, Learning Curve, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Education

Families Keep Back-To-School Traditions Alive Amid Distance Learning

ELK GROVE (CBS13) — Some of the 63,000 students in the Elk Grove Unified School District went back to school Monday. One family was trying to keep traditions alive Monday morning amidst what is shaping up to be an untraditional school year. It’s the picture that’s a snapshot of what’s to come. “We didn’t want to miss it,” said Yvette Jackson. Each year Jackson and her twin girls take a picture in front of their classroom on the first day of school. “We are ready we are excited, Hein is a good sc...
Tags: News, Local, Jackson, Distance Learning, Elk Grove Unified School District, Hein, Yvette Jackson, Sanguinetti, Learning Curve, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Education, Stockton Elk Grove School, Sheree Sanguinetti

Stockton, Elk Grove School Districts Kick Off School Year With ‘Structured’ Distance Learning

ELK GROVE (CBS13) — It’s back to school for two of the Sacramento area’s biggest districts: Stockton and Elk Grove Unified. Parents say it’s a far cry from a “normal” start to the year. “I honestly don’t know how you can expect to teach a child and work at the same time,” said one Elk Grove parent. For Angella Kelough, her biggest concern is about her youngest son who has an IEP (Individualized Education Program). She says he needs to be monitored this year to see if he needs extra help. “I’m ju...
Tags: Crime, News, Education, Local, Sacramento, Stockton, Elk Grove, Distance Learning, Elk Grove Unified School District, Stockton Unified School District, Learning Curve, Stockton Unified, Xanthi Pinkerton, Coronavirus Education, Stockton Elk Grove School, Elk Grove Unified Parents

Arson Suspect Arrested In Connection To Vegetation Fire On I-80 Near Madison Ave.

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man is accused of setting a grass fire along westbound Interstate 80 in Citrus Heights Saturday evening. Sacramento Metro Fire says Russell Gillett was arrested in connection to the vegetation fire that burned east of Madison Avenue. Firefighters say the fire burned an area approximately 200 feet by 50 feet along the interstate, damaging a section of fence and affecting residential properties. Multiple witnesses reportedly told CHP they saw a person a few feet from the fir...
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Man Accused Of Assaulting Senior, Trying To Steal Car In Auburn Identified As Dean McCraw Of Colfax

AUBURN (CBS13) – A man is accused of assaulting a senior and trying to steal her vehicle outside of a grocery store. On Monday, a woman, who’s a senior, was sitting in the front passenger’s seat of a car parked at Raley’s in Auburn waiting for her friend when suddenly, 52-year old Dean McCraw of Colfax walked up and allegedly got into the driver’s seat of the vehicle and yelled for the woman to get out. McCraw allegedly held a rock to her head and said he had a gun, according to a statement from...
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Woman Reports Attempted Sexual Assault Along Davis Bike Path

DAVIS (CBS13) — Police in Davis are urging residents to be on alert after a woman reported an attempted sexual assault along a bike path over the weekend. The woman says she was walking along the Putah Creek bike path near El Pescador Court on Sunday when an unknown man walked up to her from behind. He then put his arms around her neck and pulled her to the ground, telling her not to scream because he was armed with a gun. After pleading with the suspect to let go, the man eventually released he...
Tags: News, Local, Davis, Putah Creek, Davis News, El Pescador Court

Bear In Lake Tahoe Breaks Into Vehicle

LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) – The US Forest Service is urging people who travel up into the mountains to be smart about not attracting bears. The US Forest Service in Lake Tahoe recently received the report of a bear breaking into a vehicle at the Bayview Trailhead. It appears to have broken a back window and got access to food and trash inside the vehicle. Forest Service personnel remind people to remove any food, trash, and scented items from their vehicles before heading out. @LakeTahoeUSFS received ...
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Waste Management Employee Struck And Killed By Hit-And-Run, DUI Suspect In Grass Valley

GRASS VALLEY (CBS13) — A Grass Valley woman is under arrest on suspicion hitting and killing a Waste Management employee, then fleeing the scene. The incident happened a little before 9 a.m. Monday along McCourtney Road, near the Nevada County Fairgrounds. California Highway Patrol says the Waste Management employee was cleaning up on the side of the road when he was struck by a vehicle. The driver took off from the scene before officers arrived, while the employee was left with fatal injuries. ...
Tags: News, Local, Dui, Waste Management, Grass Valley, Nevada County, Highway Patrol, Hit And Run, McCourtney Road, Grass Valley News, Nevada County Fairgrounds California, Amy Hannan

Elk Grove, Stockton Schools Start New Academic Year; Distance Learning Worries Linger

ELK GROVE (CBS13) — It’s back to school for several districts in the area on Monday, including one of the largest districts in the state. But it will be far from a normal start to the year. The Elk Grove Unified School District was the first in the Sacramento area to close down over concerns about the coronavirus pandemic when a student at one campus tested positive. Now it will be among the first to begin distance learning to at least start the 2020 school year. One mom wanted to keep one tradi...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Elk Grove Unified School District, Stockton Unified, Stockton News, Elk Grove News, Coronavirus, Harumi Kim, Arlene Hein Elementary, Elk Grove Stockton Schools Start

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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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.
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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.
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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...
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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 ...
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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...
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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 ...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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