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    LODI (CBS13) — A 17-year-old boy has been arrested after gunshots were fired in a Lodi neighborhood near the city’s Parade of Lights on Thursday night. Lodi police say officers assigned to the Parade of Lights responded to the area of Oak and Sacramento streets just before 7:30 p.m. to investigate a report of gunshots being heard. READ MORE: Man, 64, Dies After Car Crashes Into Building On Broadway In SacramentoAt the scene, officers spotted a teenage boy who was trying to run away from the area. He was detained and a loaded 9mm handgun with an extended magazine was found in his waistband, officers say. READ MORE: Sacramento Mom Says Elementary School Was Slow To Notify Her Of Child's Broken LegOfficers searched the area and soon discovered that both a business along W. Oak Street and a parked car along S. Sacramento Street had been hit by bullets. No injuries have been reported, and police say no intended victims have come forward. MORE NEWS: Yuba County Water Agency Could Ship Billions Of Gallons Of...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A 64-year-old man has died after a car crashed into a building in Sacramento early Tuesday morning. Sacramento police say, just after 1 a.m., officers responded to a crash near Broadway and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and found that a vehicle had hit a building. READ MORE: Sacramento Mom Says Elementary School Was Slow To Notify Her Of Child's Broken LegOfficers say the driver was found dead inside the car. He has been identified by the Sacramento County Coroner’s Office as 64-year-old Larry Horton. READ MORE: Yuba County Water Agency Could Ship Billions Of Gallons Of Water To Bay Area Amid DroughtNo other injuries were reported. MORE NEWS: Rio Linda Sandwich Shop Owner Recovering From StabbingExactly what led up to the crash is unclear at this point in the investigation.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A suspect is behind bars after a car chase and crash in Downtown Sacramento. After racing after the driver through the streets of downtown near Q Street, the chase continued on foot through Crocker Park. READ MORE: Yuba County Water Agency Could Ship Billions Of Gallons Of Water To Bay Area Amid DroughtThe suspect then took off running into a nearby apartment complex, where he was apprehended. The suspect was then arrested and is currently behind bars. READ MORE: Rio Linda Sandwich Shop Owner Recovering From Stabbing    MORE NEWS: Sacramento Animal Care Services Pushes For More Help For Homeless Pets 
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento Valley Chorus is headed to Hawaii. They’ll be there next week to mark the 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. There is certainly no shortage of talent with this group. They’ve only met up six times to practice, partly due to the pandemic, but there’s no question these ladies are ready to honor our service members and represent Sacramento. READ MORE: Yuba County Water Agency Could Ship Billions Of Gallons Of Water To Bay Area Amid DroughtYou can’t make music without love, and love is exactly what the Sacramento Valley Chorus is built on. “It’s built on the idea that when you walk in the door, you’re family,” said chorus Director Dede Nibler. “And you come together and you bring your voice to make this beautiful music.” Nibler gave us a sneak peek at rehearsals ahead of the group’s performance in the Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade in Hawaii. “They all have somebody on their lips that they’re singing for,” Nibler said of the performers. READ MORE: Rio Linda Sandwich Shop Owner Recovering From...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Candles and flowers surrounded a single photo of Danielle Hanna along Fulton Avenue. It’s that smile and personality cousin Taylor Gordon said she will miss the most. “She was literally like the funniest person, if you just met her within two seconds, she was cracking a joke,” said Gordon. READ MORE: Folsom Ice Rink Ready To Open After Weeks Of DelaysGordon described Hanna as more like a big sister, talking daily and always there to support her. “I just keep thinking about how I won’t see her again,” explained Taylor Gordon. The 30-year-old mom was with a group of friends when she was hit by two separate drivers just minutes apart while walking along Fulton Avenue Friday. The second driver, a medic Sac Metro Fire, was driving an ambulance and transporting a patient. It is unclear which injuries caused Hanna’s death, but her family said they are not blaming anyone. “I understand that accidents happen. It just happened to be at the wrong place, wrong time type of thing,” said Gordon. “Although it is really tragic how...
    WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Authorities responded after an infant was shot with a BB gun at a motel in West Sacramento, police said Tuesday. The shooting happened at Motel 6 along Halyard Drive near the Harbor Boulevard exit onto Harbor Boulevard. West Sacramento police said it appears the shooting was accidental, and the 1-year-old child is expected to be OK after being shot in the arm. Details on how the accidental shooting occurred were not yet available.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Arson investigators were at the scene of an apartment complex fire in South Sacramento Tuesday afternoon, the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District said. One person was treated for smoke inhalation and was released. READ MORE: Doctors, Insurance Companies Turning To Smart Trackers For Physical Therapy OutcomesHeavy smoke was found in a community room within the building. According to Metro Fire, the flames originated in a utility closet and all contents were destroyed. The fire has since been extinguished. READ MORE: Why The New Omicron COVID Variant Is More ConcerningModerate damage to the building was reported. As of 4 p.m., investigators were still on the scene. MORE NEWS: Coyote Likely Behind ‘Suspicious’ Animal Deaths In Citrus Heights, Police SayNo further details were released.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Sacramento Police are asking for the public’s help to locate a man who was reported missing in Natomas and is said to be in danger. Josh Gartner was last seen at 8 a.m. Monday in the 100 block of Lanfranco Cir., according to a Tweet from the Sacramento Police Department. The area is in northwest Natomas near El Centro and Del Paso roads. ????Please RT/help us locate this missing person at risk due to medical conditions He was last seen at 8AM yesterday 11/29/21)in the 100 block of Lanfranco (North Sac/NW Natomas_near El Centro/Del Paso Rd.) & thought to be driving a blue/grey 2013 Subaru Outback w/plate 7BGT887. pic.twitter.com/2ZPzw1xDby — Sacramento Police (@SacPolice) November 30, 2021 READ MORE: Supply Chain Issues: How Are Global Shortages Affecting Local Customers?Gartner was thought to be driving a blue/grey 2013 Subaru Outback with license plate 7BGT887. He is considered to be at risk because of unspecified medical conditions, police say. READ MORE: Appeals Court Upholds California's Ban On High-Capacity MagazinesGartner is described as white, 5 feet 10 inches tall,...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — One person has died after a car crashed into a building in Sacramento early Tuesday morning. Sacramento police say, just after 1 a.m., officers responded to a crash near Broadway and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and found that a vehicle had hit a building. READ MORE: Wrong-Way Crash Shuts Down Lanes Near SB I-5, I-80 Junction In NatomasOfficers say the driver was found dead inside the car. READ MORE: Sacramento Renews Interest In Zoo Relocation SitesNo other injuries were reported. MORE NEWS: Family’s Car Riddled With Bullets As They Drive Away From Tracy’s West Valley MallExactly what led up to the crash is unclear at this point in the investigation. The name of the driver has also not yet been released.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A new effort is underway in the search for the Sacramento Zoo’s next location. Sacramento city leaders are taking a look at several sites in hopes of keeping the zoo from relocating to Elk Grove. The Sacramento zoo is a fan favorite for families, which is why mom Gabrielle Cooper- is excited for the possibility that it could be relocated to her South Sacramento neighborhood—at the current undeveloped site of the regional sanitation Buffer lands. READ MORE: Wrong-Way Crash Shuts Down Lanes Near SB I-5, I-80 Junction In Natomas“I think there is a good amount of people who don’t come down here unless they live here. I think if it is something like a zoo that will get the kids together, it will make a lot of people aware of the neighborhood,” Cooper explained. The zoo’s current home in Land Park is 94 years old and sits on less than 15 acres. Zoo officials explain that their cramped quarters are putting their accreditation at risk. In September the zoo entered a 6-month exclusive negotiation with Elk Grove...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A coroner has identified the woman killed in a collision involving a Sacramento Metro Fire ambulance and another driver Friday night. Sacramento resident Danielle Lindsey Hanna, 30, was pronounced dead at the scene after being struck by both vehicles along Fulton Avenue just north of Maison Way. READ MORE: Search For Arson Suspect In Winters Put 2 Schools Nearby On LockdownAccording to the California Highway Patrol, Hanna was first hit by an Infiniti G35 traveling northbound on Fulton, and then, moments later, was struck by a Metro Fire ambulance that was transporting a patient, who was uninjured in the collision. READ MORE: Suspect Remains Hospitalized In Wrong-Way Crash On I-80 That Killed 4The collisions happened just before midnight. MORE NEWS: Sheriff: Man Accused Of Threatening His Family With A Gun, Shooting Woman At Linda HomeNeither driver involved was suspected of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Two people have been taken to the hospital after a shooting in North Sacramento late Monday morning. Sacramento police say the shooting was first reported a little before noon along the 700 block of Lampasas Avenue. READ MORE: Suspect Remains Hospitalized In Wrong-Way Crash On I-80 That Killed 4Officers say a total of two adult victims have been taken to the hospital for gunshot wounds. One of the victims suffered serious injuries while the other person had non-life-threatening injuries. READ MORE: Body Found At Bottom Of Embankment In Yuba County; Suspicious Death Investigation UnderwayExactly what led up to the shooting is unclear. MORE NEWS: 19-Year-Old Faces 2 Counts Of Attempted Murder Of A Police Officer In Sacramento ShootingNo suspect information is available.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — This Thanksgiving weekend, two multimillion-dollar winning tickets were sold in California — one in Southern California and the other in Sacramento Sacramento has been dubbed one of the “luckiest Lottery markets,” due to the number of winners in the area. A winning Powerball ticket for $1,675,676 was sold at Lichine’s Liquor & Deli on South Land Park Drive in Sacramento. The winning ticket matched five numbers in last night’s drawing, with only the Mega number missing. Lichine’s will profit more than $8,000 from the sale. The California Lottery says they will not know the identity of the winners until the prizes are claimed.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Friday night, around midnight, a pedestrian was struck by an ambulance transporting a medical patient and was killed, said the Metro Fire Department. This took place near Fulton and Hurley Avenue and reports say there may have been another vehicle involved. READ MORE: Father's Stolen U-Haul Found In Sacramento By Law EnforcementThe patient being transported was uninjured by the collision, however, another ambulance was called to continue transport. READ MORE: Small Businesses Banking On Local Bucks For Small Business SaturdayBoth the Metro Fire Department and the California Highway Patrol are currently investigating. MORE NEWS: ‘No Good Deed Goes Unpunished’: Elk Grove Woman Ticketed For Truck Donated Six Years AgoThe name of the pedestrian has not been released.
    ***UPDATE*** SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — While moving his family’s things from Oregon to Arizona, a father stopped to spend the night in a hotel in Sacramento. That’s when his U-Haul was stolen. READ MORE: Small Businesses Banking On Local Bucks For Small Business SaturdayAccording to the Sacramento Police Department, the father stopped at around 2 a.m. Thursday night and when he woke up at 7 a.m. on Friday, the U-Haul was gone. READ MORE: ‘No Good Deed Goes Unpunished’: Elk Grove Woman Ticketed For Truck Donated Six Years AgoAfter conducting a follow-up investigation, Officers were notified of a possible location of the vehicle and were able to recover it. Luckily, most of the family’s things were still inside when officers recovered the vehicle. MORE NEWS: 430-Foot Asteroid Expected To Pass By Earth On MondayOfficers detained two suspects and they will face conspiracy and theft charges.
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Alvin Gentry said when he became Sacramento’s interim coach that it was going to take everyone if the Kings were going to stop their season from spiraling out of control. On Friday night, they got plenty of contributions up and down the roster. Seven players scored in double figures as Sacramento outlasted the Los Angeles Lakers 141-137 in triple overtime. READ MORE: Businesses Luring Employees Along With Customers This Season“There are guys this season that haven’t played many minutes, but they are starting to give us a boost when called upon,” Gentry said. “For us it takes a village and that’s what we are trying to do. We continued to compete, plow our way back a little at a time and eventually took the lead.” De’Aaron Fox scored 34 points and Buddy Hield had 13 of his 25 after regulation for the Kings, who have won two straight after dropping eight of nine. They are 2-1 since Luke Walton was fired Sunday. In a game that saw 19 ties and 23 lead changes, the Lakers led...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — While moving his family’s things from Oregon to Arizona, a father stopped to spend the night in a hotel in Sacramento. That’s when his U-Haul was stolen. According to the Sacramento Police Department, the father stopped at around 2 a.m. Thursday night and when he woke up at 7 a.m. on Friday, the U-Haul was gone. Officers said that the man was staying at the Hilton Garden Inn on Advantage Court, and are currently in a dialogue with the hotel to get security camera footage. Anyone with information about the incident should contact the Sacramento Police Department immediately.
    GILROY (CBS13) — A Sacramento man has died after a shooting in Gilroy on Wednesday, authorities say. Gilroy police say, at some point around 6 p.m., a shooting happened near Monterey Street and Leavelsey Road. The victims reported that someone shot at their car several times. READ MORE: Gov. Newsom Sets California State Capitol Tree Lighting Ceremony For Dec. 2Two people were inside the car that was shot at. They were able to drive to the 8200 block of Murray Avenue where they then called 911. READ MORE: 15-Year-Old Boy On Bicycle Struck By SUV While Crossing Stockton Street; Driver Still SoughtMedics soon pronounced one of the shooting victims dead at the scene. His name has not been released, but he has been identified by Gilroy police as a 43-year-old Sacramento man. The other person shot was rushed to the hospital and is expected to survive. MORE NEWS: Driver, Passenger Killed After Car Crashes Into Oakdale Apartment ComplexExactly what led up to the shooting is still under investigation.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — With Thanksgiving behind us, holiday shoppers are making sure they get the best bargains this Black Friday. Despite a lot of deals moving online, there were still some people are braving the cold to score the best deals. A few dozen people seen were lining up outside the Walmart in Natomas overnight. The store opened at 5 a.m. READ MORE: Cash Coming To Tahoe Wildfire Center Where Burned Cub EscapedOther stores aren’t seeing the Black Friday crowds of old. Case in point: it was all quiet outside the Best Buy in Natomas around the same time. READ MORE: Holiday Shopping Season Meets Worker ShortageStill, many stores have modified their hours on Black Friday and are opening early to get a jump on the holiday shopping season. MORE NEWS: Beloved Tahoe Park Donut Shop Burglarized Thanksgiving MorningMost malls around the greater Sacramento area are also opening early. The Roseville Galleria hours on Black Friday will be 7 a.m.-10 p.m.; Arden Fair Mall is open from 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; and Weberstown and Vintage Faire malls are open...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Thanksgiving Day traditions were put on pause during the pandemic but as restrictions loosen, the holiday nostalgia is coming back. Families flooded the ice skating rink in DOCO excited to be maskless and with the people they love. READ MORE: Motorcyclist Killed After Hitting Sign Along I-80 In Placer County“We can see each other’s smiles again!” says one ice skater who hit the rink for fun family time on Thanksgiving. “My aunt is visiting the town and we are just having fun,” said ice skater Gabby Hall. “Drop the masks a little feel a little safer. We used to go ice skating as a tradition.” Hall and her aunt were forced to skip their favorite Thanksgiving tradition last year. “People in 2020 couldn’t really go,” said Hall. She’s happy to finally be getting back to normal just in time for the holiday season. “She’s a really fun aunt she’ll do anything,” said Hall. “I didn’t know I was cool but apparently I still hold that title I’m thrilled,” said Hall. READ MORE: Run To Feed The Hungry...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Sacramento Kings (7-12, 11th in the Western Conference) will take on the Los Angeles Lakers (10-10, 10th in the Western Conference) Friday in Los Angeles. The Lakers are 0-2 against division opponents. Los Angeles ranks fifth in the Western Conference with 36.3 defensive rebounds per game led by Russell Westbrook averaging 7.2. READ MORE: Port Problems Forcing Local Shop To Have Supplies Shipping By Truck, Adding CostsThe Kings are 1-2 against Pacific Division teams. Sacramento allows 111.1 points to opponents while being outscored by 2.0 points per game. TOP PERFORMERS: Anthony Davis is scoring 24.3 points per game and averaging 10.3 rebounds for the Lakers. Westbrook is averaging 20.9 points and 8.3 rebounds over the last 10 games for Los Angeles. Buddy Hield is shooting 39.9 percent from beyond the arc with 4.3 made 3-pointers per game for the Kings, while averaging 17.1 points. Fox is shooting 46.2 percent and averaging 21.5 points over the past 10 games for Sacramento. READ MORE: Second Suspect Sought After Surveillance Video Shows Thieves Steal Dump Truck From Irrigation...
    OLD SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It was something we haven’t seen in a long time as people packed Old Sacramento to kick off the holiday season.  Christmas carols filled the air, Santa could be seen on a balcony performing with Theatre of Lights, and with a loud countdown, the 60-foot tree lit up with the flip of a switch. “It’s really good to see the people out here and everyone engaging out here and being so friendly.  It’s warming,” said Leah Saeturn. READ MORE: 'Part Of Being A Firefighter': Cal Fire Crews Man Stations This Thanksgiving HolidayAfter a year off, canceled because of the pandemic, the annual tree lighting event made a major holiday comeback. And for the first time, some actually didn’t mind hunting for a parking space. “It was like the first time having everything be crowded and to have to go and find parking. It gives you the chills of holidays happening again,” said Matthew Hopson. READ MORE: Stanislaus County White Supremacist Among Group Held Legally Responsible for Charlottesville ViolenceThe 60-foot White Fir from Siskiyou County boasts 24,000...
    COPPEROPOLIS (CBS13) — A man is in custody accused of assaulting someone and holding a knife to their neck at a home in Calaveras County, authorities announced Tuesday. Kenneth Donald Carnes, 43, of Oakdale, is being held in the county jail without bail. He faces several charges including, but not limited to, residential burglary, false imprisonment, domestic violence, assault with a deadly weapon and stalking. READ MORE: Local Drivers React To President Biden's Efforts To Help Lower Gas PricesAccording to the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office, the incident happened the afternoon of November 10 along Snowbird Court in Copperopolis. READ MORE: Former Sacramento King Iman Shumpert Makes History With 'Dancing With The Stars' WinWhen deputies arrived at Snowbird Court after receiving a report of the assault, the suspect ran to a neighbor’s house. The home was unlocked, but no one was home at the time. MORE NEWS: 'The Need Is Greater': More Sacramento Families Struggle To Make Ends Meet Heading Into The HolidaysCarnes was found hiding in a closet with 50 grams of meth and five knives. He was arrested without...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — An arrest was made in connection to a deadly Halloween party shooting that killed two and injured five others in Sacramento, authorities announced Tuesday. Hykeem Marquis Davis, 21 (credit: Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department) READ MORE: Eligio Nunez, Convicted In Vacaville Ammo Explosion After Car Chase And Fire, Sentenced To 9 Years In PrisonHykeem Marquis Davis, 21, was arrested in Fairfield Tuesday and booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail. READ MORE: Suspect In Custody After Chase, Standoff That Closed Highway 99 North Of SacramentoNo further details about Davis’ arrest or his alleged involvement in the shooting were released. The shooting happened outside of the Royal Castle Banquet Hall in the 5500 block of Palm Avenue where the Erotic Exotic Halloween Ball was underway with hundreds of people in attendance. MORE NEWS: Woman Killed In Stockton Crash On N. California StreetThe two killed were identified as Terrence Tiny Long, 32, and Daron Turner, 22. Witnesses described 15 minutes of gunfire.
    SUTTER COUNTY (CBS13) — Authorities say a suspect is now in custody after a critical incident that had Highway 99 blocked in both directions several miles north of Sacramento on Tuesday. The incident happened at Highway 99 and Diego Road. California Highway Patrol said officers were dealing with a suspect who has barricaded themselves after a chase. READ MORE: Motorcyclist, 47, Dies In Crash Along SR-160 In South Sacramento CountySutter County Sheriff’s Office deputies were negotiating with the suspect. Exactly what started the chase is unclear. READ MORE: Another Sierra Ski Resort Delays Opening Due To Dry WeatherBoth directions of Highway 99 were blocked, with traffic backing up to Elkhorn Boulevard in Sacramento. CHP announced a little before 1 p.m. that the suspect had been taken into custody. The suspect’s name has not been released. MORE NEWS: Thanksgiving 2021 Shopping: What Stores Will Be Open Or Closed?While Highway 99 is now reopening, officers say the southbound offramp to Riego Road is expected to remain closed through 2 p.m.
    SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) — A motorcyclist has died after crashing along Highway 160 in the Sacramento River Delta on Monday night, authorities say. According to California Highway Patrol, a little after 7 p.m., a 47-year-old man was riding a Yamaha motorcycle up SR-160 when he drifted into the guardrail at a sweeping left-hand turn near SR-220. READ MORE: ‘Critical Incident’ Has Both Directions Of Highway 99 Blocked Near Sutter/Sacramento County LineThe rider was ejected and hit the road, but kept on going until he hit another guardrail, officers say. READ MORE: Another Sierra Ski Resort Delays Opening Due To Dry WeatherMedics pronounced the man dead at the scene. MORE NEWS: Thanksgiving 2021 Shopping: What Stores Will Be Open Or Closed?His name has not been released at this point.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Even though school is out this week, Sacramento City Unified schools were on the job reaching out to thousands of families that need help. Corrina Coronado was one of the hundreds in line early at Will C. Wood Middle School in South Sacramento. READ MORE: Homeless Say They Have Little Resources Amid Growing Crisis In Sacramento“We are in need right now. It’s nice the schools are doing this,” Corrina said. “We’ve had job loss, money has changed and things are more expensive.” Food boxes were distributed by the Sacramento City Unified School District’s Nutrition Department to nine local schools. “We did roughly 800 different units of apples, onions, we have potatoes and then a food bank box included as well,” said Supervisor Dave Lose. READ MORE: Cal Fire Helping Restore California's Forests At Seed Bank In DavisLocal farmers donated to the distribution that bridged the gap for families. Of the more than 45,000 students in Sac City Schools, the district says around 75% need this kind of help each year. As community members collected their boxes, they...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Is the homeless crisis nearing a tipping point? Homelessness in Sacramento is growing, and the most vulnerable community members say they have very little resources. To see a state of the homeless crisis in Sacramento, look no further than off of Commerce Circle and Lathrop Way along the American River Parkway. RVs and trailers line the street for miles. The sight alone is, frankly, shocking. And homeless advocates say the crisis is just getting worse. READ MORE: Cal Fire Helping Restore California's Forests At Seed Bank In DavisIn the RVs and trailers, you’ll find families of four — like Alice’a Stanley and her three daughters. She didn’t want to show her face on camera but now calls the parkway home, saying there is strength in numbers. “Everything is a struggle. Every single day, people say homeless are lazy. We’re far from lazy. We just have to get through tomorrow,” Stanley said. She has been homeless since her youngest was born seven years ago. She lives in an RV gifted by her dad. It’s the most comfort her...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — One person has been detained after a stabbing in North Sacramento early Monday afternoon. Sacramento police say officers responded to the Ninos Park area just after noon. READ MORE: DA Files Criminal Charge Against Dad Who Tackled Youth Soccer Ref In RosevilleOfficers found a man had been hurt. He was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. READ MORE: Human Remains Found With Burned Vehicle In Grass Valley; Suspicious Death Investigation UnderwayOne person has been detained in connection to the stabbing, police say. MORE NEWS: Man Struck, Killed By Amtrak Train In West SacramentoNo other details about the incident, including what led up to the stabbing, have been released at this point.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A Sacramento-bound Amtrak train struck and killed a pedestrian Sunday night near West Sacramento. The incident happened just after 8 p.m. in the area of Commerce and Northport drives. READ MORE: North Highlands Residents Identified As Victims In Wrong-Way Crash That Killed 4, Including 2 ChildrenWest Sacramento police say officers responded to the scene and found a man dead. READ MORE: Marysville Officer Catches Catalytic Converter Theft Suspect In The ActAfter an investigation with Amtrak staff, police say it was found that the man had been struck by the train. Police note that the area was closed off by fencing and is not intended for pedestrian use. MORE NEWS: Supply Chain Issues: How Are Global Shortages Affecting Local Customers?The name of the man killed has not been released at this point.
    The Sacramento Kings have fired coach Luke Walton after getting off to a disappointing start in his third season in charge, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press. Walton was informed of the decision on Sunday, a day after a 123-105 home loss to Utah that dropped the Kings to 6-11 on the season, according to the person who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the team hadn’t announced the move. ESPN first reported the firing. Walton had a 68-93 record in two-plus seasons as coach, failing to get Sacramento back to the playoffs for the first time since the 2005-06 season. ___ More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/tag/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — AP source: Sacramento Kings fire coach Luke Walton after getting off to disappointing start in third season in charge. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A local employee of an auto repair business was killed Saturday in an accident while working on a vehicle, said the Sacramento Fire Department. The business where the incident occurred is near the 5600 block of Franklin Boulevard. Upon arriving at the scene, the Sacramento Fire Department determined that the man had been killed. The Coroner’s office and the Sacramento Police Department are on the scene handling the rest of the investigation. Incident info: 5600 Block of Franklin Blvd. A Male employee of a auto business was determined dead on scene after an accident involving a vehicle he was working on. The Coroners office and Sac PD remain on scene handling the investigation. pic.twitter.com/LFxqx1c31w — Sacramento Fire Department (@SacFirePIO) November 20, 2021
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) –  It’s been more than a week and still no signs of the driver who hit and killed a teen boy in South Sacramento and took off. A line of candles, balloons and messages to Isiah Walls Jr. now pepper the intersection where the 15-year-old boy was struck. “Because it represents Isaiah. He’s no longer with us in the physical but he’s definitely here in spirit. READ MORE: All Lanes Reopen After Road Rage Incident On Eastbound I-80 Near Richards Blvd In DavisWe spoke with Isiah’s brother Tymothi Pierce and his mother Tangee Pierce as they stood at the very spot where — Friday night, November 12 — Isiah was hit by a car and killed. “I have four children and this is the worst thing that I’ve ever had to go through in my life,” Tangee said. Witnesses told police that Isiah was in the crosswalk crossing against a red light when a driver in a black Mercedes ML300 hit him, throwing Isiah across the intersection. Tymothi says the driver got out of his vehicle and looked...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – After a 15-year-old Isiah Walls Jr. was killed in a hit-and-run last week, the boy’s brother shared with CBS13 a plea for the community’s help in finding the person responsible. Isiah’s brother, Tymothi Pierce, had a lot of good things to say about his brother. READ MORE: Road Rage Incident Leaves Blocked Lanes On Eastbound I-80 Near Richards Blvd In DavisAccording to Tymothi, “Isiah was a freshman at McClatchy High School and was excited about being back on campus with his friends after the pandemic.  He enjoyed basketball, hanging out with friends, taking selfies, and most of all spending quality time with family. Isiah was loved by many friends and classmates and will be missed by everyone he touched in his short life.” READ MORE: Thank You, Dave Bender: Longtime CBS13 Weather Anchor Says Goodbye After 25 YearsThe driver who hit Isiah Walls Jr. in a hit-and-run last week is still unknown, however, the license plate number of the driver is 6GYR199 with California plates. The car that he was driving has been reported to be a...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A driver was killed in a fatal car crash in Gold River where they collided with a tree causing a vehicle fire, said the Sacramento Metro Fire Department. Metro Fire responded to the scene and extinguished the blaze, however, they were not able to save the driver. The vehicle was a passenger van, but there were no additional passengers. Passenger van struck a tree and caught fire. Solo occupant, driver, has been pronounced deceased. The fire is extinguished. RCPD to handle the investigation. — Metro Fire of Sacramento (@metrofirepio) November 20, 2021
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Homeless cleanup only in rich neighborhoods? That’s what one Sacramento property owner says is happening and now he’s suing the city. Every street in one north Sacramento neighborhood was lined with trash. People were camping directly on park property. Daniel Alweiss, the owner of vacant land off of Eleanor Avenue, says he wants to fight for his neighborhood that is now afraid to speak up. READ MORE: Sacramento Harvest Festival; Hundreds Of Vendors Selling Goods At Cal Expo“There is human feces, urine, oil, all sorts of trash, and the city knows it,” Daniel said. He wants to build an affordable senior housing complex on his land, but he says the trash, tents and toxic conditions on​ and around Johnston Park are preventing that. “We’re at our limit for what we can possibly do,” Daniel said. That’s why he’s suing the city of Sacramento. He says the city is clearing camps from parks in more affluent neighborhoods like McKinley and Land Park but not enforcing city codes like loitering in his neighborhood. Just this morning, Caltrans crews cleared...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Tyrice Martin, the man accused of killing two people — including his own 7-year-old niece — did not enter a plea when he faced a judge Friday afternoon. Tyrice, 22, is set to appear in court again in January, and he will remain in jail until then. READ MORE: Sacramento Harvest Festival; Hundreds Of Vendors Selling Goods At Cal ExpoPolice say he shot and killed a neighbor in the Upper Land Park area of Sacramento. His niece, Isabel Martin, was caught in the crossfire. READ MORE: 'Hand Picked, Just For You;' 28th Annual Mountain Mandarin Festival In Auburn Ends SundayFamily members say Tyrice fought with a neighbor the day before the shooting. Family also told CBS13 such a huge amount of loss may have started over something as meaningless as cigarettes. MORE NEWS: Thank You, Dave Bender: Longtime CBS13 Weather Anchor Says Goodbye After 25 YearsTyrice was also found to have a long criminal history.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — At least one person was killed in a multi-vehicle crash in Oak Park Wednesday afternoon, the Sacramento Police Department said. Sacramento police tweeted about the crash just before 5 p.m. It happened at 42nd Street and Broadway. READ MORE: Two Women Sing The Praises Of Undiscovered Female ArtistsA CBS13 crew at the scene confirmed three vehicles were involved. At this time, it is unclear what caused the crash and if any other people were injured. READ MORE: Arrest Made In Connection To Upper Land Park Shooting That Killed Man, 8-Year-Old GirlSacramento police said the roadway is expected to be closed for some time while they work the scene. MORE NEWS: Woman Killed By Train In Stockton, Police SayMore updates to follow. ????Traffic Advisory: Area of 42nd St./Broadway-major injury vehicle accident. Please use alternative routes. This thread will be updated when new information is available. #sacpd pic.twitter.com/qXOvSKKUWz — Sacramento Police (@SacPolice) November 18, 2021
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — At least one person has died after a shooting in the Upper Land Park area late Tuesday night, the Sacramento Police Department said. Sacramento police said the shooting happened along Seavey Circle, on the east side of Interstate 5 near Miller Park. READ MORE: The Road to Federal Recognition: Nisenan Tribe Exhibit Spotlights History Through ArtA man was found shot and pronounced dead at the scene, police said. The incident also resulted in a child being taken to the hospital in critical condition. Sacramento police did not say if the child was also shot. Their identities were not yet available. READ MORE: ‘AeroMexico’ Bird Strike Serves As Reminder Of SMF's Proximity To Pacific FlywayA heavy police presence was in the area at 11 p.m. and a large portion of the street was blocked off while crews worked the scene. Information regarding a suspect or motive was not yet available. MORE NEWS: Community Holds Rally In Support Of West Campus Vice Principal Amid Racism Controversy 
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A motorcyclist died after being hit by multiple vehicles, including a big rig, in the Natomas area Tuesday evening, the California Highway Patrol said. The crash happened just before 7 p.m. on northbound Interstate 5 just south of Arena Boulevard. READ MORE: Suspect In Custody After Double Homicide At Lodi ParkAccording to the CHP, the motorcyclist was rear-ended by another vehicle and ejected to the roadway where he was run over by an oncoming big rig. READ MORE: Lawsuit Claims Sacramento Sheriff's Office Illegally Transferred Immigrants To ICEThe identity of the motorcyclist has not yet been released. MORE NEWS: Sacramento Could Be First To Establish 'Legal Right To Housing' — Here's How It Would WorkMultiple lanes of northbound I-5 were blocked as a result of the crash.
    LODI (CBS13) — A suspect is in custody after a double homicide at a Lodi park Tuesday morning. Randall Allenbaugh, 29, of Lodi, was booked into the San Joaquin County Jail on two murder charges. READ MORE: Lawsuit Claims Sacramento Sheriff's Office Illegally Transferred Immigrants To ICEAccording to the Lodi Police Department, it is believed Allenbaugh and the two victims were known to each other. Lodi police said they received a report just before 8 a.m. of two bodies lying near the railroad tracks and Salas Park. Allenbaugh was located at the park and was taken into custody. A man who calls himself the Stockton Batman claims to have caught the killer, though police have not confirmed. READ MORE: Sacramento Could Be First To Establish 'Legal Right To Housing' — Here's How It Would WorkBryan Capaul, who lives nearby, now thinks about the conversation he’ll have with his kids following the killing. “It was right at the park right here so I was immediately concerned about how that was and was like this is not cool,” he said. Jose Farfan,...
    STOCKTON (CBS13) — Firefighters say a railcar that caught fire in Stockton early Tuesday morning is expected to smolder for several days. Stockton Fire officials say crews responded to the scene on the railroad tracks off N. Union Street, near East Roosevelt Street, around 3 a.m. for a report of smoke coming from a railcar. READ MORE: Supply Chain Issues: How Are Global Shortages Affecting Local Consumers?At the scene, firefighters found the railcar heavily involved. The railcar was filled with paper products stacked about 8-feet high. READ MORE: Harry Styles Tells Sacramento Woman To Quit Job At ConcertWith that much fuel, firefighters expect the fire to continue to smolder for a couple of days. Crews are waiting for the rail company to help move the car to a different location. MORE NEWS: Sacramento Health Center Translates, Helps Navigate Afghan Refugees Through Healthcare SystemExactly what started the fire is now under investigation.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS133) — Journey is going back on tour next year – and Sacramento will be one of the stops. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers announced their “Freedom Tour 2022” on Monday. It will accompany their new album, also named “Freedom,” which is set to drop next year. READ MORE: Pallets Of Chickpeas Catch Fire At Warehouse In CeresA total of 40 cities are on the tour list so far. READ MORE: Kaiser Permanente Reaches Deal With Pharmacist Union, Monday’s Strike Called OffSacramento has a date with Journey on April 1 at the Golden 1 Center. Tickets for the show go on sale Nov. 19 at 10 a.m. MORE NEWS: Sun Sets On Sunrise Mall As Citrus Heights Plans 'New Heart' Of CityBilly Idol is set to be the opening act.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Roadwork that impacted drivers in midtown, downtown and East Sacramento was completed ahead of schedule Sunday. For the past several days, the N Street on-ramp to Business 80 — including connector ramps from southbound Business 80 to west and eastbound Highway 50 — have been closed to repair the worn down roadways. The work included grinding, paving and improving a bridge deck. READ MORE: California Sets New Record-High Average Gas PricesAngela DaPrato with Caltrans says the construction was only part of a $4.5 million project that expected to be complete by December. The ramps reopened Sunday night. “So we are looking good right now. Everything is on target,” DaPrato said. READ MORE: Arson Suspected In Carmichael Townhouse Fire That Injured 1Bob Zee often walks near the N Street on-ramp. He’s watched the congestion from the roadwork over weekend. “It was really busy around here for a while,” he said. “That ramp was closed, yeah, it was very inconvenient.” The improvements come on the heels of President Biden signing a $1 trillion infrastructure bill to help improve roads, bridges...
    CARMICHAEL (CBS13) — An arson investigation is underway after a residential fire in left one person hospitalized with burns, the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District said Sunday night. (credit: Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District) READ MORE: Sacramento Deputies Seize Weapons Cache During Domestic Violence ArrestThe fire was first reported shortly before 7:30 p.m. at a townhouse along Greenberry Drive. READ MORE: NorCal's Only LEGO Festival Returned To Roseville After Pandemic HiatusAccording to Metro Fire, crews found a small fire in the living space and extinguished it a short while later. The burn victim was the only person at the residence at the time of the fire. Details on the extent of the victim’s burns or the damage to the property were not yet released. MORE NEWS: Looming Week-Long Kaiser Strike May Impact Pharmacy Services, Medical AppointmentsThough Metro Fire said an arson investigation is underway, there was non information available on a potential suspect or motive.
    MENDOCINO, Calif. (AP/CBS13) — Human remains found in a remote forest last year in Mendocino County have been identified as a man reported missing for more than 15 years, authorities said Saturday. David Neily was 69 years old when he was last seen by a family member in the coastal town of Albion in April 2006, the Mendocino County Sheriff’s office said in a statement. READ MORE: Driver Sought After South Sacramento Hit-And-Run Left Teen With Life-Threatening InjuriesInvestigators later found his vehicles on a property in the tiny town of Westport before the case went cold. Last May, an employee at a private nature reserve contacted the sheriff’s office after finding human remains in an old-growth Douglas-fir forest in Branscomb, about 3.5 miles from where his car was found, the statement said. READ MORE: Sacramento Residents Sift Through Soggy Storage Units Weeks After Record Rain: 'Just Destroyed'DNA analysis of his remains and dental records examined by Jim Wood, a California assemblymember and forensic dentistry expert, determined they belonged to Neily. The examinations found no evidence of trauma, the statement said,...