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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The investigation is continuing into the shooting of a 13-year-old boy in Sacramento. At around 8:15 p.m. Sunday, Sacramento police officers responded to reports of a shooting at the 4th Avenue Park playground, near San Jose Way. Police say that they found the teen suffering from a gunshot wound. As of Wednesday afternoon, police have not released an update on the status of the teen. They have also not released further details in their investigation.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Police on Wednesday said the crash that killed a parent in front of an East Sacramento elementary school was caused by a driver missing a red light. On Jan. 13, two cars crashed just before 1:30 p.m. right outside of Phoebe Hearst Elementary School. This happened while the parent was crossing the intersection of 60th Street and Folsom Boulevard, the Sacramento Police Department said.
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — There are growing concerns illegal camping is threatening a jewel in Sacramento. The American River Parkway Foundation this week has demanded city and county leaders to intervene. It’s expecting a detailed plan by March on how to tackle the removal of illegal campers from the 23-mile-long nature and recreation area. The demand also focused on the county’s response to the damage caused by illegal camping. For many people, the American River Parkway is where nature and serenity meet, but in recent years, many have observed two sides to the parkway. “Over 15 percent of the parkway burned, and 99 percent of...
The Yuba County Deputy Sheriff’s Association is hosting a fundraiser today at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain in Wheatland in an effort to help two deputies who have been unable to return to work due to continued and serious health issues. The officers needing...
Calvine Road Intersection Accident Injures Pedestrian. A major injury accident occurred in Elk Grove on January 25 after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle. The incident happened around 10:35 a.m. on Calvine Road westbound at its intersection with Elk Grove-Florin Road. A witness called the accident in to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), reporting that the pedestrian was in the roadway.
SACRAMENTO, Calif — City officials in Sacramento are calling on members of the public to volunteer for this year's annual Point-In-Time (PIT) count of people experiencing homelessness. The annual count, conducted by the Sacramento Continuum of Care, is mandated by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. This year's...
A Sacramento judge decided earlier this week to delay enforcement of part of a new livestock welfare law that may cause significant price hikes and shortages for bacon and other pork products.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — As of yesterday, Jan. 25th, the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) has extended the Tenant-Based Voucher, or Section 8 housing waiting list deadline to Feb. 9th at 11:59 p.m. SHRA officials think the COVID-19 pandemic might be impacting the lack of applications received, considering the...
Sacramento city leaders agreed to increase residents' waste disposal rates for the next three years.
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — It's time to raise a fork to the Sacramento region!. Visit Sacramento has announced Sacramento's beloved food and music celebrations are back for the ninth annual Farm to Fark Festival this September. According to a press release announcing the news, "this is a celebration of the...
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramentans will be seeing an increase in their solid waste disposal rates after the city council approved a new plan. Council members unanimously approved the hike on Tuesday. It comes as a new state requirement for cities to collect and compost food waste goes into effect.
On Thursday night, you can show your support for fallen Elk Grove Police Officer Tyler Lenehan. A candlelight Memorial gets underway at the police department tomorrow night (1/27) at 6:30 p.m. at Laguna Palms Way. A memorial is also set up in the lobby of the Department, where people wanting to pay their respects can visit from 8am Until 8pm until Ofc. Lenehan's funeral.
Folsom city officials recently approved design work this month for a backup Folsom Lake water intake system shared with Roseville and Orangevale. The Folsom City Council approved a contract Jan. 12 for engineering consulting services on the Folsom Reservoir Raw Water Delivery Reliability Project. The city of Folsom, city of...
Millions of dollars are on the way to Sacramento International Airport, thanks to President Biden's infrastructure law. The airport is getting nearly $14 million to improve safety on runways and taxiways. Money will also go towards replacing terminals and updating technology.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California lawmakers are moving to deter the use of what a legislator called “junk science” in the courtroom and give those convicted with questionable expert testimony a way out of prison. Senators on Wednesday approved changing the state’s definition of false testimony to include expert court opinions based on flawed scientific research or outdated technology, or where a reasonable scientific dispute has emerged over its validity. The bill by Democratic state Sen. Scott Wiener would allow people to appeal if they previously were convicted based on the discredited testimony. It had no opposition from prosecutors or other law enforcement organizations. It passed, 30-3, sending it the Assembly.
Jennifer Singh is a first semester staff photographer for the Express. She is interested in covering stories pertaining to music, culture and art. Jennifer frequents local galleries, music venues, and festivals. Though COVID-19 has disrupted many of these events, she has discovered groups and communities of people that have banded together to rebuild the local art and music scene. Prior to the pandemic, Jennifer’s interest in music and art served as an escape from her everyday life. She found comfort in the passionate revival of the artistic scene of Sacramento and its growing community. She grew inspired by the members of these communities as being passionate and dedicated, with inspiring stories to share.