SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It is the new vision for Old Sacramento. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg announced to a crowd of supporters standing on the riverfront, changes he will push to bring to Downtown Sacramento. “For decades, for decades, we have talked and talked, and talked, about our waterfront,” Steinberg said. The[…]Read more! Click here!
STOCKTON(CBS13) — A mother wards off a man who allegedly tried to set fire to her front porch by telling him to leave using her Ring camera. “Who’s in there?” he said into the camera. “Can you get away from my camera?” she replied at 5:50 a.m. They’re calling him[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Amazon has changed the way business is done, but not for the better for small business owners. Luckily there’s an app for that called Nytch. A Well-Stocked Home in Woodland is the creation of Kelly Newsom. “We consider ourselves a curator of lifestyle, plants, specialty gifts,” said[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The Cincinnati Bengals picked Folsom High grad Jonah Williams 11th overall in Thursday’s NFL Draft. CBS Sports predicts “He’s a starting NFL offensive lineman, either at right tackle, or perhaps even at guard. Some scouts even think he could be a Pro Bowl center.” Williams is 6’4″[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO (AP) – An effort to expand rent control in California won’t move forward this year after the lawmaker behind it cancelled a planned public hearing Thursday, saying his plan needs more work. Assemblyman Richard Bloom, a Santa Monica Democrat, has tried unsuccessfully several times to expand rent control, which[…]Read more! Click here!
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Young people in California’s foster system will get free cellphones and internet access under a program approved Thursday that supporters say will bridge a digital divide. The California Public Utilities Commission passed the $22 million pilot program that will provide smartphones to more than 30,000 current[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Questions are being raised about California’s plan to allow state workers to bring their infants to work. Assembly Bill 372 passed the Public Employment and Retirement Committee with a unanimous 7-0 vote, but lawmakers raised several concerns about the bill, including negative reactions, implementation, and parents not[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Changes could be coming to your favorite restaurant thanks to a statewide initiative just being announced Wednesday, called Restore California Renewable Restaurants. Restaurant owners have the option of charging customers an additional 1% on their bills that would go to help stop climate change. “There’s always going[…]Read more! Click here!
SUNNYVALE (AP) – A California man who authorities said drove into a crosswalk in a quiet Silicon Valley suburb, injuring eight people, is an Iraqi war veteran who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, his mother told The Associated Press on Wednesday. Sunnyvale Police Department said in a tweet that the[…]Read more! Click here!
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The street, circle and plaza directly in front of the California State Capitol could get a new name. Senate Resolution 31 calls for the state to rename 914 and 915 Capitol Mall the Willie L. Brown, Jr. Circle and Plaza in honor of the former Assembly Speaker[…]Read more! Click here!