CBS13 PM News Update – 4/23/21The latest stories.
CBS13 Investigates: El Dorado School District Suspects False Positives Responsible For COVID SpikeA Southern California school district has stopped COVID testing after they say students got false-positive results from the state’s troubled COVID-19 testing lab. Now, the El Dorado School District wants to know if false positives are to blame for the hundreds of quarantined students there.
Boba Shortage Impacts Sacramento Area BusinessesThe boba tea craze shows no signs of stopping here in California, but a shortage of the sweet treat could put a dent in it.
Dwindling Vaccine Demand Prompts Counties To Launch Mobile ClinicsThe decline in demand for vaccines is forcing Greater Sacramento-area counties to change their vaccination approach. Some are now taking the shot to the community instead.
Supertanker Grounded As California Prepares For Another Potentially Brutal Wildfire SeasonWhen you see the massive 747 Global Supertanker in the sky, you know it means business. The largest tanker of its kind in the world is able to carry 19,200 gallons of water or 18,000 gallons of fire retardant on a single flight, but a spokesperson confirmed to CBS13 that the firefighting beast is now grounded.
Sac State Student Uses Unique Materials To Sell Sustainable Bathing SuitsTaking fashion frustration and turning it into clever clothing, some Sacramento women are on a mission to cut down on clothing waste.
Sac Beer Week Kicks OffSacramento kicked off the weekend with a buzz over beer.
Police Pledge Investigation Into Confrontation With Teen On Autism SpectrumThe officer was placed on administrative leave.
Another Deadly Crash On I-80 In RosevilleCHP was investigating a fatal crash for the second night in a row in the area.
Man Faces Homicide Charges After Brutal Midtown AttackThe man accused of a brutal attack outside of a midtown Sacramento grocery store has now been charged with homicide.
CBS13 PM News Update – 4/23/21Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
More Districts Adding Virtual Academies This Fall, Ditching Distance LearningAt-home learning for the long haul? More districts are offering virtual academies starting in the fall and ditching distance learning.
Sacramento DA Reportedly To Run For Attorney GeneralAnne Marie Schubert is expected to make a big announcement on Monday.
Parking Problems At Lake ClementineA Friday filled with wonderful weather drew people out to Lake Clementine in the Auburn State Recreation Area – but during peak season, it poses some parking problems.
Coronavirus Found In Davis Schools’ Air FiltersNewly developed surveillance swabbing detected the coronavirus in HEPA filters in two Davis classrooms in the last two weeks.
4/23/21 PM Digi-CastWinter comes back!
Friday Afternoon Forecast – April 23, 2021Find out when we’re expecting wet weather this weekend.
Storm On The Way To Northern CaliforniaThe weather is about to change significantly this weekend.
I-5 Lanes Reopen After Big Rig Crash In Elk GroveThe crash caused a big backup into Sacramento on Friday morning.
Homicide Charges Added After Man, 67, Dies Following Fight Outside Sacramento Grocery StoreA man suspected of hitting another man outside a Sacramento grocery store earlier in April is now facing homicide charges after the victim died. Katie Johnston reports.
Outdoor Vendor MarketA big outdoor market is happening in Lodi!
Incredible Dog ChallengeMore from the Incredible Dog Challenge!
Free Yoga FridaysReach those hands into the sky and turn a Friday into a Fri-Yay, with some yoga!