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Man Arrested For Fatal Shooting At Sacramento Truck Stop

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A 32-year-old man was arrested over the weekend in connection to the fatal shooting of a woman at the Sacramento 49er Travel Plaza on Friday. The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office says Quentin Raynal Respers, of Sacramento County, was arrested Sunday for the killing of 38-year-old Abrina Gabriella Abraham. Respers is currently being held at the Sacramento County Main Jail pending murder charges. (credit: Sacramento County) According to investigators, the shooting happened around 3:30 a.m. Friday at the truck stop on Sacramento’s west side. While it’s yet unclear what led up to the shooting, authorities say that Respers and Abraham knew each other. At the time of the shooting, Respers was on probation for a 2017 firearms conviction. Investigators say no other suspects are being sought.
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Report: Pacers offered Duarte, 6th pick for Kings' selection

The Kings drafted Keegan Murray with the No. 4 pick in the 2022 NBA Draft, but there reportedly was a lot more intrigue to it than a simple selection. Sports Illustrated’s Jeremy Woo, citing sources, reported that at least four teams – the Indiana Pacers, San Antonio Spurs, New York Knicks and Atlanta Hawks – were interested in trading up with the Kings in order to select Purdue's Jaden Ivey or Murray.

At Least 1 Person Killed After Vehicle Crashes Into Tree Near Aubrun

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — At least one person was killed Monday night after a truck slammed into a tree near Auburn. The California Highway Patrol says the crash happened shortly before 11 p.m. on Auburn Folsom Road, near the Lees Lane intersection. (credit: Auburn Police Department) Both lanes of Auburn Folsom Road were closed as crews worked the scene. An image posted on social media by Auburn police showed what appeared to be a utility truck on the side of the road, under a tree. Auburn is located roughly 40 miles northeast of Sacramento. This is a developing story. Check back for more.

Police Searching For 2 Suspects Following Chase In West Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Authorities arrested two suspects Monday night following a brief chase in West Sacramento. Local police say a short car chase ended on the 1000 block of Freemont Boulevard, where the two suspects fled on foot. Traffic was briefly blocked in the area as officers searched for the suspects. The area has since reopened to traffic. Authorities have not detailed what prompted the chase.

Pollock Pines Traffic Crash Injures Motorcyclist

Accident on U.S. 50 Caused When Motorcyclist Hits Object in Road. A traffic crash in Pollock Pines on June 25 caused injury to a motorcyclist and then the motorist fled the scene. The hit-and-run accident happened around 5:23 p.m. along westbound U.S. 50 just west of Sly Park Road in the Pollock Pines area east of Placerville. Authorities were notified that a motorcyclist was down in the center divider.

2 Hospitalized Following Crash Involving 3 Vehicles In Carmichael

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Two drivers were hospitalized Monday evening following a crash involving three vehicles northeast of Sacramento. The California Highway Patrol says the crash happened shortly before 8 p.m. near the intersection of Manzanita and Madison avenues in Carmichael, a city roughly 10 miles east of Sacramento. Highway officials say a pickup truck traveling north on Manzanita struck a vehicle pulling out of a gas station before colliding with another vehicle. (credit: Metro Fire of Sacramento) The driver of the vehicle pulling out of the gas station was hospitalized with what were described as “moderate injuries.” The pickup’s driver was also hospitalized, although their injuries were described as minor. The driver of the third vehicle also suffered minor injuries, but they were not hospitalized. Following the crash, the intersection was closed for a few hours.

Mayor Steinberg Wants To Turn City Building On Auburn Boulevard Into Homeless Shelter

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Mayor Darrell Steinberg is proposing a resolution that would allow a city-owned building on Auburn Boulevard to become a homeless shelter. He posted a video message on social media and in it, said: “I think there’s not any excuse to allow a city-owned asset, that’s not being used for anything else, to lay fallow and not be used for this essential purpose.” Mayor Steinberg wants the center to be open 24/7 and serve as a so-called “navigation center” that would connect to services like finding housing, getting state IDs, and obtaining mental heath, and medical care. The city council will take up the plan when they meet on July 19.    

Structure fire destroys Roseville home under construction

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (KTXL) — Construction crews are back at square one on Monday after a structure fire destroyed a home in Roseville. The construction fire also spread out to some dry grass in the area which lead to a vegetation fire. The fire is still under investigation after an entire house caught on fire on […]

Truck Stuffed With Recyclables Catches Fire, Prompts Closure On State Route 99 Near Elk Grove

ELK GROVE, Calif. (CBS13) — A truck compacted with recyclables caught fire Monday afternoon near Elk Grove, leading to a lane closure on southbound State Route 99. The California Highway Patrol says the fire happened around 3 p.m., blocking traffic on the right-most lane near the Dillard Road intersection, roughly six miles southeast of Elk Grove. The fire led to a significant backup. (credit: CBS) Crews quickly dealt with the flames, and images from the scene showed firefighters dousing large mounds of recyclables with water. The right-most southbound lane continued to be closed until street sweepers could clear the scene. While the closure didn’t last long, motorists were advised to expect slow moving traffic into the evening. Elk Grove is about 15 miles southeast of Sacramento.
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California mother of daughters who were killed by their father speaks out to change law

The mother of three girls who were killed by their father at an Arden Arcade church publicly spoke out on Monday, her first remarks since her children were shot Feb. 28. Around 50 people attended a news conference Monday at the Capitol in support of a bill that would force family court judges to learn more about domestic violence, with the aim of applying that to contested custody cases.

Sacramento area to cool down after going through a week-long heat wave

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — June will end with slightly lower temperatures after a heat wave passed through Northern California. The Sacramento area is expected to cool down to temperatures around 85°F towards the end of the week and going into the Fourth of July weekend. According to the FOX40 weather center, Monday’s high will remain […]

Pacific Notes: McNair, Kings Offseason Strategy, Looney

With GM Monte McNair entering the final year of his three-year contract, it’s widely assumed the Kings are in a playoffs-or-bust mode. McNair insists that’s not necessarily the case, Jason Anderson of the Sacramento Bee writes. “There’s no mandate,” McNair said. “We’ve been very clear what our goal...