Indian Canyon Drive and Gene Autry Trail have been shut down due to poor visibility amid strong winds and sand.
Nonprofit was started last year by Palm Desert to continue to lobby Sacramento to be site of next independent campus.
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Doctors say the symptoms could be signs of an extremely rare, severe type of clot that may be linked to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Six cases have been reported in the U.S. out of the nearly 7 million doses administered.
The deadly wreck occurred about 5 p.m. Tuesday when a Dodge Charger veered off west SR-78 near Rancheros Drive
Injured deputy was taken to a hospital to be treated for facial injuries
The woman was identified as a 34-year-old Mexican national
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – An Auburn woman has quite the delivery story after she gave birth in a hospital parking garage. There have been plenty of parents-to-be who have pulled into the UC Davis Medical Center’s parking garage. One of them being Madison Fritter on St. Patrick’s Day. “It was about 1:30 a.m. and I woke up and my water broke. So I wake up my husband and he goes, “Are you serious,” because it was about two weeks early,” Fritter said. After laboring at home for about home for eight hours, it was time to hit the road to UC Davis with her mom, sister, and husband to the hospital. As soon as they parked inside the garage heading to check-in, it was time. “I’m realizing, ‘Oh my gosh, the baby is coming,’” Fritter said. Getting to a hospital bed wasn’t an option. Fritter’s second child was going to be born right then and there in the garage. As help came to her side, there’s someone else in the garage hearing the commotion: Jenna Ricks. “And then I hear ‘I need a shoelace.’ And, I…
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police dispatch audio described a wild police pursuit on the runway of the Sacramento Executive Airport, including a suspect crashing into several parked planes. The suspect first crashed through a fence at the airport, to get onto the property. CBS13 learned about the incident through a viewer tip. It happened on April 3. The county did not release this information until we started asking about it. Police dispatch audio recordings describe the wild ride. Dispatcher: “…6151 Freeport Boulevard, Executive Airport…we have a vehicle driving on the runway…” Dispatcher: “…we were given permission to drive on the taxiways, on the runways…advise overhead…to have our blue red lights on…in case of any aircrafts in the area…” Officer: “…we’re still doing circles around the airplane hanger…ahh going about 20 miles an hour…” People familiar with the incident said at least five parked planes were hit by the driver before he was finally stopped and arrested for DUI. The air traffic controllers had a birds eye view of it all. Air Traffic Control tower recordings describe what controllers saw. Air Traffic Control: “…county ops it appears…
PLACERVILLE (CBS13) – After months of heated debate, the Placerville city council voted unanimously Tuesday night to remove the noose from the city’s logo. This is a big decision for the city of Placerville that’s been delayed for months. Council members basically said, they’re ready to move forward with change and they don’t want to keep using a symbol that brings hurt to people. The decision came after hours of very emotional debate on both sides of the issue. The noose is one of the first things you see on the way into Placerville — signs and symbols of Hangtown. Council members were focused on the news you see in the city logo, should it stay or should it go? “It’s part of this…historic town. It’s part of us. It’s the Old West, leave it alone,” said one resident. Others find it uncomfortable and violent and say it gives the city a bad reputation. “I kind of wish that our town was known more for like the gold mining than like the hangings because that just feels, like, unnecessarily violent,” said a resident. “If you…
10:37 p.m. – The protesters started to disburse. Police say they are aware of incidents of vandalism during the demonstrations and investigators will be following up. 10:11 p.m. – Police are calling the march an unlawful assembly and say if protesters don’t disburse they will be arrested. Police in an SUV made this announcement over a loudspeaker: “We declare this to be an unlawful assembly. In the name of the people of the state of California, for all those assembled at this location, disburse immediately. Those who remain main be arrested.” SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Protesters marched through downtown Sacramento Tuesday night, speaking out against the killing of Daunte Wright. A crowd of protesters gathered at Cesar Chavez Park before walking through the streets. Police say that protesters moved objects into their path to prevent them from following. There are reports of vandalism to a bus stop and some people have reportedly taken poles from a construction site. Officers are monitoring the protesters on bicycles, in patrol cars, and in unmarked vehicles. Protesting through downtown #sacramento @SacPolice on scene. pic.twitter.com/EyX3Bm1Kyh — Laura Haefeli (@LauraHaefeli) April 14,…
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Rare Symptoms: If you experience a severe headache that does not go away, significant abdominal or leg pain that does not subside, or increasing shortness of breath, health officials want you to call your doctor immediately.
“They were both killed over misdemeanors,” said Philonise Floyd, George Floyd’s younger brother, who said he won’t leave Wright’s family’s side.
The “prime suspect” in the 1996 disappearance of California college student Kristin Smart was arrested for murder on Tuesday and his father was arrested as an accessory.
The Fresno County Sheriff’s office has launched a homicide investigation after a man was found dead in a vehicle.
Madera County residents impacted by the Creek Fire are getting extra protection in burn scar areas damaged by the devastating blaze.
To get a better look at the 49ers’ roster and their NFL Draft needs, we’re taking a daily look at position groups. Today’s offering: Specialists. WHO’S HERE Kicker Robbie Gould, punter Mitch Wishnowsky, long snapper Taybor Pepper 2020 OUTLOOK Gould reworked his contract before the 2020 season finale, so he’s locked in for the next two years, as are Wishnowsky and Pepper. They should be a solid triumvirate but their supporting cast must be better than 2020. Gould made 42-of-54 field-goal attempts the past two years, after making 72-of-75 his first two seasons on the 49ers. Wishnowsky, 29, is entering only his third season and hasn’t yet established himself as an elite punter or kickoff specialist. He was the 49ers’ highest-drafted punter since 1988 (Barry Helton, fourth round) and the NFL’s highest since Cal’s Bryan Anger in 2012 (Jaguars, third round). Pepper replaced Kyle Nelson after Week 3 and stabilized that position before missing the season finale on the COVID-19 reserve list. Special teams coordinator Richard Hightower has a new assistant in Matthew Harper, who replaced Stan Kwon. Someone new could emerge as a special-teams…