SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A ruling by the California Supreme Court changed the way independent contractors are classified in California, making it much more difficult for employers to put employees under that label. Dynamex Operations West v Superior Court of Los Angeles dates back to 2004 when Dynamex changed the status of its delivery drivers from employees […]
STOCKTON (CBS13) — The Stockton Record announced it’s the latest victim of a tariff fight over the cost of newsprint and will close its operations facility, ending local printing of the newspaper. The closure will happen in October. The daily newspaper will continue to be printed, though where has not been specified as that deal […]
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The family of Stephon Clark is taking the first steps in a lawsuit against the City of Sacramento over Clark’s death at the hands of Sacramento Police in March. The Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office is still investigating the shooting and determining whether charges should be brought against the two officers who […]
GRIDLEY (CBS13) — A newspaper unexpectedly shuttered its doors after nearly 140 years of serving the area. . The Gridley Herald published the last issue of the weekly paper in its 137-year history on Friday. Staff were abruptly told on Thursday that the newspaper issue they were putting together on Friday would be the last […]
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Firefighters battling the largest blaze in California history say Verizon throttled their data, crippling important resources during the emergency. Santa Clara County Fire Chief Anthony Bowden filed a statement saying the data connection to OES 5262, a mobile communications center, had been throttled as firefighters battled the Mendocino Complex fires. Rather than […]
Sacramento Police released the findings and body camera video from the July 31 death of 42-year-old George Knox.
The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office identified him as 42-year-old George Knox.
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A proposal to split California into three states has qualified for the ballot in November. The California Secretary of State’s office says the straightforwardly named measure Division Of California Into Three States has reached enough signatures. When a person or group backing a measure says it has enough signatures to qualify for […]
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Tuesday’s election will be the first of two possible decisions related to the state’s gas tax which was passed last year. Voters will decide on Proposition 69, a state Constitutional Amendment that was put on the ballot by lawmakers when the gas tax was passed in April 2017. The amendment directs money […]
REDDING (CBS13) — One man’s greed unraveled the mystery behind the poisoning of a retired K-9, Redding Police said on Friday. Tarro, a retired police dog, was poisoned at his home during a burglary on March 7. It was one of a series of residential burglaries throughout Redding. Police received a tip leading to some […]