Hundreds of cats and dogs, and puppies and kittens were up for adoption on Saturday, but only 18 dogs and six cats found their forever home.
Dozens of volunteers took to Camp Fresno near Shaver Lake on Saturday morning to help clean it up ahead of camping season.
The 83rd annual BIG Hat Days, the largest two-day street festival in all of Central California, kicked off on Saturday.
A group gathered in downtown Sacramento on Saturday to help raise money and awareness for Palestinian rights.
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office received a call about someone who was shot at about 1:39 a.m. Deputies arrived to find the victim with at least one gunshot wound and could not save him.
For the last week, a giant red ball has been on display throughout Santa Cruz County and it’s getting a lot of attention.
More than 7,500 people from 159 countries registered to bid on a flight to space with Jeff Bezos. The winning bid was $28 million.
As we head further into wildfire season, the state of California has been preparing resources on emergency alerts in other languages to help non-English speakers get accurate information.
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ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – Two people were arrested after lasers were pointed at a California Highway Patrol airplane in Roseville, authorities said on Saturday. According to the CHP, the incident happened Friday night. The aircraft was reportedly struck by a laser several times, and the CHP said there has been a significant number of laser strikes so far in 2021. The flight officer spotted the individual who was pointing the laser and alerted the Roseville Police Department of their location. While Roseville police were responding, a second individual began pointing a laser at the aircraft, the CHP said. Both suspects got in a car and left the scene before officers arrived. The CHP said Roseville police eventually located and stopped the vehicle and took both suspects into custody. Their identities were not released.
WASHINGTON (AP) — LaMonte Wade Jr. led off the eighth inning with an RBI single that broke a scoreless tie and the San Francisco Giants held on to beat the Washington Nationals 2-1 Saturday to earn a split in the day-night doubleheader. In the opener, Erick Fedde returned after nearly a month on the COVID-19 injured list and pitched five sharp innings in the Nationals’ 2-0 win. The teams combined for five runs in the doubleheader that was scheduled after Thursday’s rainout. Held to just one hit in the first seven innings of the second game, the Giants quickly took advantage of the extra-inning rule that starts with a runner on second base. WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 12: Wilmer Flores #41 and Mauricio Dubon #1 of the San Francisco Giants celebrate after defeating the Washington Nationals in game two of a doubleheader at Nationals Park on June 12, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images) Wade put San Francisco ahead and he later scored on a single by Wilmer Flores. The Nationals got one run back in the eighth on Starlin Castro’s RBI…
On June 12, 1967, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that 16 state bans on interracial marriage were unconstitutional. Meet the couple that were at the center of the ruling.
Austin police have arrested one suspect and continued searching for the other after they were believed to have opened fire on a crowd Friday night.
One of the Valley’s largest outdoor street fairs is making a return this weekend after being canceled last year due to the pandemic.
This weekend, the City of Firebaugh and the Fresno County Health Department have teamed up to offer on-the-spot vaccinations and carnival fun at Dunkle Park.
Merced police say a car crashed and caught fire just after 10 on Friday night. When firefighters knocked down the flames, they found the driver dead inside that vehicle.
If the MLB season is a marathon, the Giants have been among the best racers, pacing the National League in wins and ranking toward the top of the majors in win percentage. But recently, it’s been as though the Giants have put on a parachute. In their first two games in Washington D.C. against the Nationals, the Giants’ offense scored just one run while striking out 20 times without a single walk. And on Saturday evening, just hours after the Giants sluggishly trudged their way to a 2-0 loss in the first game of a doubleheader, it appeared their slumping ways would continue. They were held scoreless in the first seven innings of the game with just one hit. But thanks to some eighth-inning heroics from Baltimore-native LaMonte Wade Jr. and an excellent showing from their bullpen, the Giants were able to push past a poor offensive night en route to a 2-1 extra-inning victory. The Giants improved to 40-24 on the season and increased their lead in the NL West back out to 1.5 games over the Los Angeles Dodgers, who were playing the…
In a game that can eat self-doubters alive, Matt Chapman excels at staying grounded in his ultra-competitive mindset. But his most recent slump was so dreadful that his teflon spirit looked like it might crack. Chapman’s three-hit, three-RBI game that saw his first home run since May 5 not only led the Oakland A’s to their 11-2 win over the Kansas City Royals on Saturday afternoon, but looked to be the beginnings of a Chapman resurgence. After batting .189 in April and .214 in May, Chapman is now batting .304 in June. “I’m proud of him,” James Kaprielian, who is close with Chapman, said. “We’ve talked about this. I know he’s been frustrated and done a good job of not showing it too much. We talked about it, one of these days the game is going to come and you build off it.” OAKLAND, CA – JUNE 12: Oakland Athletics starting pitcher James Kaprielian (32) throws against the Kansas City Royals in the third inning of a MLB game at the Coliseum in Oakland, Calif., on Saturday, June 12, 2021. (Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group)…