CBS13 PM News Update – 6/19/22The latest weather and news.
Sunday Evening Forecast – 6/19/22The weather forecast for the Sacramento area.
The statue of Joan Didion will be built in SacramentoOne of America’s most famous authors, Joan Didion is celebrated with a statue in her hometown of Sacramento.
Injured hiker rescued in El Dorado CountyAn injured hiker was rescued Saturday morning after spending the night in Desolation Wilderness in El Dorado County.
4 people injured in early morning crash on I-80 in North SacramentoFour people were seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash that shut down Interstate 80 westbound Sunday morning.
Midtown shooting investigation, no one injuredA downtown shooting near Mango’s led people to hide in the club. Fortunately, nobody was hurt.
Modesto police arrest suspect in early morning gun store robberyEarly Sunday morning, Modesto police arrested one or more people for breaking into a gun store.
Investigation into fatal shooting on Branch Street in SacramentoSacramento police are investigating a shooting that turned into a homicide in the 2700 block of Branch Street.
Saturday Night Forecast – 6/18/22The latest weather forecast for the Sacramento area.
An elderly couple finds love in the 90sA 90-year-old couple found love this week when they decided to get married, proving that it’s never too late to find love.
More than 70 sheets of plywood stolen from LincolnMore than 70 sheets of plywood were stolen from a construction site in Lincoln on Saturday.
A commercial building burns down in StocktonCrews knocked down a fire in a commercial building in Stockton on Saturday.
June 19 celebration in Oak Park promotes opportunities for changeOak Park was buzzing with music and crowds for the Juneteenth celebration.
Davis launches new efforts to recycle items left behind by studentsIt’s that time of year when students leave school for the summer, but it’s what they leave behind that worries.
Sacramento fireworks crackdown could cost homeowners thousandsSacramento County is threatening thousands of dollars in fines for anyone using illegal fireworks. The order comes into effect on June 24.
Sacramento begins June 19 celebrationsA freedom celebration is underway in Sacramento in honor of Juneteenth. The new federal holiday, this Sunday, recognizes the end of slavery in the United States.
Extraordinary vines need protection in DavisA vineyard in Davis features one of the largest such collections in the world, providing winemakers with quality grapes. However, a virus causes problems at the vineyard.
Vandals smash windows at Citrus Heights restaurantWhat is this series of vandalism costing local businesses? Unfortunately, a lot.
Friday Night Forecast – 6/17/22The latest weather forecast for the Sacramento area.
Council member who nominated Lavender Heights talks about the area25 years ago, the first openly LGBT council member helped name the area Lavender Heights, now they’re talking about the community’s history.
Raid forces mother and child from home due to fireworksMPs for Ripon raided a house due to reports of fireworks sparking a backlash from those who called the raid ‘excessive’.
Extra Web: Ripon Owner Talks About Sheriff’s Department Fireworks RaidA Ripon woman whose home was raided by Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputies because of fireworks is speaking out about the incident. She claims the deputies used excessive force.
What protections does California provide for the LGBTQIA+ community?Pride month is underway and California has solidified itself as a sanctuary state for the LGBTQIA+ community. Laura Haefeli has the latest on the state’s fight to get to this point.
State Parks Commission votes to temporarily rename Negro Bar to Black Miners BarA park in Folsom will at least temporarily be given a new name after years of controversy.