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Sacramento midday weather forecast: May. 12, 2022Here’s what the next seven days of weather will look like.

Sacramento City Unified School District Brings Back COVID Safety MeasuresThe Sacramento City Unified School District has rolled back COVID safety measures due to an increase in cases.

Florida Woman Rescued By Good Samaritans After Passing Out While Driving, Doesn’t Wake Up Until Next DayFlorida authorities are looking for the Good Samaritans who helped stop a vehicle after the driver suffered a medical emergency.

Why was a metal fence installed along the I-80 bridge over the Sacramento River?Some viewers said the newly installed metal fence along the sides of the I-80 Bryte Bend bridge blocks one of the best views of the city along the stretch of freeway connecting West Sacramento and Natomas. Well, Caltrans says it serves a specific purpose.

CBS13 News AM News Update – 5/12/22Latest headlines.

Weather forecast for Thursday – May 12, 2022Find out what the weather will be like at the end of the week.

Salvation Army and Sacramento County team up to bring 60 beds to emergency shelterThe Salvation Army and Sacramento County have partnered to bring 60 new beds to an emergency shelter in Sacramento. The new beds are located at the “Center of Hope” emergency center located on North B Street in Sacramento.

CHP: 16-year-old driver loses control of his car, crashes into a power pole, mailboxes, etc.Early Thursday morning, a new 16-year-old driver rammed into several mailboxes, a utility pole and a parked car.

Sacramento city officials review Natomas condominium plansSacramento city officials are studying plans for a new condominium to be built in Natomas.

Assemblyman Kiley backs Roseville restaurant owner over pandemic protocol sanctionThey’re filling tables with more orders coming in, but House of Oliver’s business in Roseville could come to a screeching halt. The restaurant is now threatened with a 30-day closure by Alcohol Beverage Control for defying COVID protocols during the pandemic.

Newsom releases plan to expand abortion access in CaliforniaJust over a week after a leaked document suggested the U.S. Supreme Court was ready to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade, Governor Gavin Newsom announced a reproductive health program that would expand access to vital services like abortions in California.

Lincoln police chief raises questions about new state lawA local police chief worries about a new state law that requires law enforcement to obtain permission to use so-called “military equipment.” He says the specifics of the law could make it more difficult to use lifesaving devices.

Emu fugitive captured at FairfieldSolano County Animal Control began receiving calls from an emu on the loose in Fairfield Tuesday night.

Overturned semi-truck stops WB I-80 in NatomasAll westbound lanes were blocked near the I-5 junction.

Southern California homes destroyed by Coastal FireA wind-driven Coastal Fire in Southern California continued to spiral out of control Wednesday night after destroying several homes and forcing evacuations.

CBS13 PM News Update – 5/11/22Latest headlines.

Evening forecast – 05/11/22A hot week ahead!

Del Paso Heights peace marches restart after downtown Sacramento shootingAlong with songs of peace, two dozen community members were joined by Sacramento police officers on a walk around the campus of Grant Union High School on Tuesday with goals: to end violence and inspire.

Cash reward offered for information on Sacramento K Street shooting suspectA $10,000 reward is being offered for information that will lead to the arrest of Mtula Payton, who is wanted in connection with the downtown Sacramento shooting that left six dead and 12 injured.

Nevada County rushes to remove downed trees ahead of wildfire seasonIt’s a race against time in Nevada County before wildfire season.

Police: no charges brought against driver in Natomas high school student’s deathNo charges will be brought against the driver involved in a crash that killed a high-flying basketball player in Rocklin in March, authorities said Wednesday.

Lodi-Area vineyards still feeling the impact of April frostWinegrowers in the Lodi region were left in the cold after a hard frost a month ago.

Wednesday marks 1 year since Stockton police officer Jimmy Inn was killed in the line of dutyInn was shot and killed while responding to a domestic violence call.

California’s ban on selling automatic rifles to under-21s is overturnedA US appeals court ruled on Wednesday that California’s ban on selling semi-automatic weapons to adults under 21 was unconstitutional.

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