CBS13 PM News Update – 05/20/22Latest headlines.
Travis Air Force Base Captain Helps His Mom Escape UkraineOn her birthday, Ukrainian refugee Lubov Karga arrived in the United States, thanks to the kindness of strangers and a determined daughter.
Sheriff Says N-Word Spray Painted Near Monterey Trail Baseball Field Isn’t a Hate CrimeAn investigation by the sheriff’s office found that the incident was not a hate crime and was not a direct threat, as saying the word is not a hate crime.
An investigation into a domestic violence case in Stanislaus County leads to the discovery of a puppy mill; Nearly 150 dogs savedThe discovery was made Thursday in south Modesto. According to the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department, deputies served a search warrant at a 500 block of the Roselawn Avenue property in connection with a reported domestic violence call.
Archbishop of San Francisco says Pelosi can’t receive Communion because of efforts to protect abortion rightsThe Archbishop of San Francisco said Friday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who is Catholic, can no longer receive the Sacrament of Communion because she refused to back down from her push for access to the abortion.
Herd of goats credited with helping stop fires in West SacramentoCrews jumped from fire to fire as multiple blazes broke out in West Sacramento on Friday afternoon – and the starving goats are getting some credit for stopping the flames.
Crews have a busy day fighting fires in the Sacramento areaCrews were out in droves on Friday to battle multiple fires in the Sacramento area on what was a red flag warning day.
Another fire breaks out in West SacramentoThe fire was burning in the area of Jefferson Boulevard and Burrows Avenue.
The fire at the railway stations was brought under control and was started by a mowing companyThe fire grew to burn 45 acres.
Friday Night Forecast – 05/20/22The latest weather forecast for the Sacramento area.
Kids To Parks Day encourages children to play outsideSaturday is “Kids to Parks Day”, a day dedicated to children’s health, encouraging children to play outside.
Why didn’t PG&E implement blackouts for public safety during the day of the fire threat?With Friday’s high fire threat, many people in Northern California braced for public safety power outages from Pacific Gas and Electric, but the utility never issued one.
Sac State has its first in-person launch in over 2 yearsSacramento State kicked off its first official launch in two years. A record nine thousand graduates are expected to take to the stage this weekend – despite what Mother Nature had in store.
Dunnigan Fire keeps firefighters busyCal Fire said the Dunnigan Fire’s progress has been halted. The fire remains at 120 acres burned and containment is again at 80%.
Fire burns near downtown Sacramento rail yardsMultiple crews responded to the scene near 7th and B streets Friday afternoon.
N-Word spray painted near the Monterey Trail baseball fieldOffensive graffiti was spray-painted near a Monterey High School baseball field in Elk Grove. The graffiti was removed quickly after its discovery.
Containment grows on Dunnigan’s grass fireCal Fire said total area burned has not changed but containment has increased to 75%.
Several structures damaged in the Rio Linda fireFirefighters said one structure was completely destroyed.
Crews battle a grass fire in West SacramtoThe fire was burning along South River Road.
RAW: Crews battle vegetation threatening homes in Rio LindaMetro Fire took this video of the shooting in Rio Linda on Friday afternoon.
Crews battle 100-acre blaze in Yolo CountyFire burns near the community of Dunnigan.
Golden Fire Forward Progress HaltedFire burns in Yuba County near Camptonville.
UC Davis Asst. Coach arrested on child pornography chargesOn Thursday, the FBI arrested UC Davis assistant water polo coach Daniel Noble on charges related to child pornography. On Thursday, Noble was immediately placed on administrative leave and ordered to stay off campus.
Sacramento midday weather forecast: May. 20, 2022Here’s what the next seven days of weather will look like.