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Vacaville schools offer free COVID testing for the communityAfter testing students, a school testing site in Vacaville offers free testing to community members.

The Comic Art Clinic in Sacramento helps budding female artistsA well-known comic artist from Folsom ran a clinic to show a group of local Girl Scouts what it takes to create comics and graphic novels.

Reproductive rights contested 4 years after Roe V. WadeThe governor and others today pledged to ensure access to reproductive rights.

Crews neutralize a forest fire in the city of NevadaThe cause of the fire is under investigation.

Crews battle massive fire in Big SurThe “Colorado Fire”, as it is known, closed portions of Highway 1 and spread over 1,000 acres.

Officer involved stabbing CeresAn officer recovers after being stabbed in Ceres County.

Tribute to deceased officer LenehanThe deceased officer, Lenehan, left behind a supportive family and hailed from the Elk Grove Police Department.

CBS13 PM News Update – 01/22/22The latest weather and news.

Saturday Night Forecast – 01/22/22The latest weather forecast for the Greater Sacramento area.

Stop California’s Feral Pig ProblemFeral hogs in California are damaging crops, lawns and more as residents seek to fix the problem.

Sierra-At-Tahoe repairs underway after Caldor fireIf you’re looking to hit the slopes, you’ll have to wait a bit longer as Sierra-At-Tahoe is focused on repairs after the Caldor fire.

Roe’s Birthday c. Wade, march for life protestsEvery year there is a protest against abortion rights, but this year’s was emboldened.

Stockton Armed Carjacking Friday NightThe suspect robbed the victim and then fled in the victim’s car.

Medical and personal records released in phishing scamThe targeted Sacramento County employees were part of a data breach of thousands of medical and personal records. What is the county doing to prevent future problems like this?

Omicron cases rise across the countryUnfortunately, Omicron cases continue to rise, so regulations remain in place with additional requirements that foreign visitors must be fully vaccinated from Mexico or Canada.

High winds knock down trees in FairfieldSome of the fallen trees required detours, with some blocking roads in Fairfield.

Fire breaks out near Big SurA new wildfire started Friday night in Monterey County dubbed the “Colorado Fire.”

Mourning Officer Tyler LenehanSupport for the Elk Grove Police Department and the family of the deceased officer arrived on Saturday.

CHP seizes largest cache of fentanyl pillsMerced officers stopped a vehicle and, with the assistance of a K9, seized $3 million worth of fentanyl pills.

Catalytic converter thieves target airport parking lotSeveral people have been arrested recently for allegedly stealing catalytic converters from cars parked in the long-term parking lot at Sacramento International Airport.

Pig ticking time bomb: new bill allows more hunting of wild pigsFeral hogs are a big problem in California. A new bill would allow people to hunt destructive hogs without needing a permit.

Sacramento residents still waiting to hear from family in TongaA Sacramento family is growing increasingly concerned about loved ones in Tonga affected by the volcanic disaster.

COVID infection rate increases in CaliforniaCalifornia’s infection rate edged up half a percent from Thursday while the number of new cases fell to 106,000 a day.

Cabin catches fire at Donner Ski RanchThe cause of a cabin fire at Donner Ski Ranch is being investigated.

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