Health officials will hold a news conference Friday morning after strongly recommending all people still wear face masks indoors regardless of vaccination status.
Video shows a man get out of a red vehicle, pick the boy up, and carry him into the car while the other suspect sat in the front passenger’s seat.
The crash happened around 11:50 pm on Saturday, June 10, in the area of Shields and West Avenues in central Fresno.
Hanford police say an 18-year-old man who was shot in the city on Sunday has died. They’re now investigating the shooting as a homicide.
“We had went to the hospital at 7 a.m. for her induction. And then I got wind that my brother and them went in for his wife going into labor,” Daniel Hoffman said.
Seventy-nine years after Louis Tushla’s sacrifice at Pearl Harbor, his family finally has some closure.
Crews are continuing to battle a wildfire Friday that’s burning in hard-to-reach terrain and has prompted evacuation orders and warnings in two Northern California counties, Cal Fire said.
The goal is to commit to doing something positive for your physical and mental well-being for 21 days.
One Japanese man has lost his home twice to Olympic stadiums, while another spent nearly $40,000 on tickets that he won’t be able to use to break a world record.
STOCKTON (CBS13) — A candlelight ceremony Friday night will mark one of the darkest days in the city of Stockton’s history. Seven years ago on this day, Misty Holt-Singh was killed in the Stockton Bank of the West hostage shootout. Holt-Singh – a 41-year-old wife and mother of two – went to the bank with her 12-year-old daughter that day. Soon after, three armed bank robbers took her hostage in their car. The police pursuit ended with officers firing over 600 bullets at the suspects, killing two suspects – and tragically killing Misty. She had been shot 10 times by officers. On Friday at 8 p.m., the Holt-Singh family will be holding a candle-lighting ceremony at her memorial bench on Thornton Road and Otto Drive, where the rolling shootout came to an end. The public is invited to attend.
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Friday marks 60 days until the California recall election that could oust Gov. Gavin Newsom from office. It’s also the last day for candidates to get on the ballot. As of Friday, there were already dozens of people who have declared. Aside from such notable candidates as reality star Caitlyn Jenner, one-time California GOP gubernatorial candidate John Cox, conservative talk show host Larry Elder, and former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, dozens of others have also announced a run. While no Democrat currently holding a statewide or notable local office have announced a run, at least 16 of the candidates who have filed are registered Democrats. At least 33 registered Republicans have also declared, along with many more no-party preference and third-party candidates. All candidates have had to pay a filing fee and gather 7,000 signatures. The recall election is set to happen on Sept. 14.
TRUCKEE (CBS13) — A water tower overflowing is to blame for flooding along westbound Interstate 80 through Central Truckee on Friday morning. California Highway Patrol says the flood has since been contained, but a significant amount of water still remains on the freeway. I-80 remains open, but drivers are being urged to take it very slow. Exactly what caused the water tower to overflow is unclear.
SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) — Sacramento County deputies say they arrested five catalytic converter theft suspects within minutes of each other recently. The sheriff’s office says an alert citizen reported seeing two people trying to steal a catalytic converter from a Toyota Prius in a parking lot along the 5000 block of Madison Avenue. Deputies got to the scene and found that one of the suspects was working under the car while another suspect was acting as a lookout. Both were arrested after deputies found the Prius’ catalytic converter in the suspects’ car. Just minutes later, however, someone else called to report another catalytic converter theft in progress, this time along the 5400 block of Gibbons Drive. Inside of the one suspects’ cars, where deputies found cutting tools. (Credit: Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office) The suspects in the second incident had taken off already, but the witness managed to snap good photos of them and the getaway car. Deputies soon found the suspects a few miles away and detained them. A search of their car also uncovered a freshly cut catalytic converter along with cutting tools. Three…
Police in Sacramento say they are investigating a crash that left a pedestrian dead early Friday morning.
At least 110 people are dead after severe flooding in Western Europe, caused by what experts described as the heaviest rainfall in a century.
At just 14 years old, a young journalist landed an interview that would be a crown jewel on the resume of veteran reporters: Former First Lady Michelle Obama.
A veteran adjusting to civilian life got a loveable service dog to help her through “ruff” times.
This week, a judge approved the sale of the oceanfront property and directed proceed to benefit victims of the deadly disaster.