SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Many people are leaving windows or doors open to take advantage of the cool Delta breeze this time of year. “Back in the day, it was easy to leave your window open and now it’s you know it’s not so much anymore,” Karen Crockett said. A startling incident in Rocklin is making some people thinking about how to better secure their own homes. “Stories like that gets everybody thinking about it you know,” David Cunha, Emigh Ace Hardware, said. “If you weren’t before, hearing something like that what kind of kick you into gear.” READ MORE: Rocklin Police Searching For Suspect In Sexual Assault Of Woman While She Was Sleeping Police said the suspect broke into a Rocklin woman’s home through an unlocked sliding door then sexually assaulted her. “So, in the summertime with everyone leaving their windows open, there’s a number of cheap ways that you can keep your window cracked and still feel safe and secure,” Cunha said. CBS13 asked Cunha to show us some of those cheap ways to stay cool and, more importantly, safe. He said some items can…
LODI (CBS13) — Caltrans and the CHP teamed up Thursday to clear homeless encampments from about a mile-long stretch of Highway 99 in Lodi. The agencies say the illegal camps near the Turner Avenue overpass are dangerous to not only the people living there but to drivers. Business owners in the area say the cleanup is only a temporary solution. Leah Sulter is frustrated with the rise in homeless encampments in Lodi. “They need to clean them up, but when they clean them up they just push them somewhere else,” Sulter said. She owns a business downtown and is concerned the problem will eventually end up on her doorstep, contributing to crime and deterring people from shopping at her store. READ ALSO: ‘Rusty Duck’ Building Demolished Along American River “We struggle with panhandling, they sleep in the alleys,” Sulter said. “There’s a lot of little things that could be done by the agencies.” On Thursday, Caltrans and the CHP teamed up to clean up the encampment along Highway 99. “This is a unique location because it’s so narrow. We don’t have the ability to get in…
NORTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Police in Sacramento have set up an active perimeter in the Arcade Boulevard and Altos Avenue area to search for a suspect. The police department said around 6 p.m. Thursday, an officer attempted to pull over a vehicle for a traffic violation. The suspect reportedly failed to pull over, starting a short pursuit. Officers say the suspect ditched their vehicle and ran off on foot. Police are now searching for the suspect in the area of Arcade Boulevard and Altos Avenue. This is a developing story.
NORTH HIGHLANDS (CBS13) — First responders are on the scene of a multi-vehicle crash on the 5800 block of Roseville Road. The crash happened around 6 p.m. Thursday, involving multiple vehicles and injuring multiple patients. The extent of the injuries is unknown at this time and firefighters at the scene did not have an exact number of patients. Metro fire did say the incident involved extrication for patients. This is a developing story.
Cal State San Bernardino’s two student radio stations, serving the university’s campuses in San Bernardino and Palm Desert have begun collaborating to bring four student/staff/faculty and administration programs to the listeners of both stations. The post Paws Radio and Coyote Radio Collaborate to Bring new Shows to Listeners appeared first on InlandEmpire.us. For the full article and photos, go to InlandEmpire.us
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Frank Silva and joined KUSI to talk about the third annual Wine & Vine Jubilee at Carlsbad Flower Field. A fundraiser and tribute to local San Diego wineries and vineyards. The event will also have great music. Featured performer at this years Wine & Vine Jubilee, Celeste Barberi preformed. Categories: Local San Diego News
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Right now Rose Creek is essentially a glorified drainage ditch. They would like to see it treated as a park land. KUSI’s Dan Plante has more on the story. Categories: Local San Diego News
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The law assembly bill 29-42 has been described as groundbreaking. It has been nothing short of a miracle in the eyes of Kent Williams, who may be the first defendant in the state to have his sentence reduced. KUSI’s Sasha Foo has more on the story. Categories: Local San Diego News
OTAY MESA (KUSI) – A fire of unknown origin charred rolling open hills near Brown Field airport Thursday, burning near apartments and a high school but causing no reported structural damage or injuries. There are mandatory evacuations south of St. Andrews / west of La Media / east of Cactus Rd. and for a majority of the businesses in these areas. The Red Cross has been requested to support the Temporary Evacuation Point for residents displaced by the Caliente Fire. The Temporary Evacuation Point has been established at San Ysidro High School (5353 Airway Rd, San Diego, CA 92154) and a Red Cross volunteer team is en route to provide snacks and drinks to evacuees (they departed the Red Cross HQ a few moments ago and will arrive as traffic allows). The American Red Cross is monitoring the situation to determine if an overnight shelter will be necessary. The region’s air quality agency says to assume that air quality levels are unhealthy for sensitive groups to unhealthy for all individuals. In areas with minor smoke impacts, air quality levels likely range from moderate to unhealthy for…
Two women are thanking the doctors who saved their lives after they were struck by gunfire during the annual garlic fest.
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Two young women, co-workers enjoying a summer weekend with friends at the Gilroy Garlic Festival, were barefoot and goofing off in an inflatable obstacle course when suddenly a gunshot rang out. Brynn Ota-Mathews and Gabriella Gaus spotted the fatigues-clad gunman and took off running, leaving their shoes and purses behind as the gunfire continued. They sprinted past portable toilets and into a parking lot as they felt bullets burn their skin. A golf cart then ferried them to a stranger named John and his young son, who raced the wounded young women to the hospital. “I just want to thank John,” Gaus said Thursday, pausing. “I hope that’s his name.” Ota-Mathews, 23, and Gaus, 26, were two of 13 gunshot victims to survive the deadly attack Sunday. Five remain hospitalized and three — including two children — died. The gunman, 19-year-old Santino William Legan, was wielding an AK-47-style semi-automatic rifle as he was shot and killed by police. The FBI still hasn’t determined his motive. Police scanner traffic and 911 tapes from Sunday’s festival, obtained by The Salinas Californian , depict a chaotic scene as callers begged…
A man died after he was shot in a residential neighborhood in Compton on Thursday afternoon, authorities said. The shooting was reported about 5:30 p.m. in the 1000 block of West Almond Street, Deputy Edmo Luna of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Headquarters Bureau said in a written statement. No further details regarding the fatal shooting were released. Anyone with information was asked to contact the Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau at 323-890-5500. Tips may also be submitted anonymously to L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477.