SCUSD moves to fire teacher who used N-Word in class – CBS Sacramento
Sacramento man charged, accused of conspiring to kill or kidnap Biden, HarrisThe 25-year-old is also accused of uttering threats against Barack Obama.
Rocklin Unified Teacher’s disturbing tweets resurfaceThe Rocklin Unified School District was aware of tweets that had an allegedly derogatory tone, made by a current staff member, before they were employed by RUSD, earlier this year. The staff member is still employed and an RUSD spokesman said there had been an investigation and “appropriate action had been taken”.
Roadblocks set up for the Foresthill Hazmat incidentCalifornia Highway Patrol says both directions on the bridge are closed. Officers say there was a vehicle parked on the east shoulder of the bridge that was located by the sheriff’s deputy.
SCUSD moves to fire teacher who used N-Word in classA teacher who was allegedly recorded using derogatory language in front of students at a Sacramento school has been fired.
Foresthill Bridge closed in both directions due to possible hazmat incidentAuthorities say Foresthill Bridge is closed due to a possible hazmat incident on Thursday afternoon.
Raw: Rocklin High Parent opens up about daughter seeing racist tweetsA parent at Rocklin High School tells CBS13 she is upset that her child saw derogatory racist tweets made by a staff member. She said, in part, “I don’t feel like the district is transparent about how they handled the situation. It’s very worrying as a parent.”
Thursday noon forecast – 01/27/22Jordan Segundo has the latest forecast for the Sacramento area.
Health experts hope CA is past the worst part of Omicron’s surgeThe daily average of new COVID cases in California has fallen to 87,000 over the past week, and the infection rate, the number of tests coming back positive has now fallen below 19%. Both of these numbers are down significantly from last week. Health experts are now hoping California is past the worst of the Omicron push.
UC Davis treats patients with new antiviral pillDoctors at UC Davis Medical Center are now treating COVID patients with Pfizer’s new antiviral pill. In trials, the drug reduced the risk of hospitalization or death by 89% in high-risk patients. UC Davis says it has an extremely limited supply of the pills, but they hope more will be available soon.
Investigation continues into teenage shooterA 16-year-old girl was in a car with her mother and brother when she was shot in the head. Marlee Ginter spoke to a family affected by the shooting.
Man dies after crash on West El Camino overpassAn investigation is ongoing after a man was found dead after a hit-and-run accident on the West El Camino/I-80 overpass.
Candlelight vigil scheduled for Fallen Elk Grove OfficerThe vigil is due to begin Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Sacramento solid waste fees rise due to new state composting mandateThe Sacramentans will see an increase in their solid waste disposal rates after the city council approves a new plan.
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Weather forecast for Thursday – January 27, 2022Find out what the weather will be like this weekend.
Capital highway overpass closed after accidentThe capital’s highway remains open, but authorities are investigating a crash at the El Camino Avenue exit.
Filmmakers aim to bring Hollywood to AuburnBringing Hollywood to Placer County, a local business is working to turn Auburn into a film destination.
Demolition of the old Peach Tree Mall building in LindaA 400,000 square foot horror is finally torn down in a community in Yuba County.
SCUSD Extends Vaccination Warrant Deadline to Feb. 28The City of Sacramento Unified School District announced Wednesday that it has extended its vaccination term deadline through the end of February.
COVID outbreak at Tuolumne County JailThirteen inmates will be released following an outbreak of COVID-19 at Tuolumne County Jail, authorities announced late Wednesday.
Police: driver ran red light and killed parent outside schoolA Jan. 13 crash at an east Sacramento intersection that left a woman dead was caused by a driver running a red light, police confirmed Wednesday.
Teenagers targeted in recent Sacramento-area shootingsCommunity activists are crying foul, saying not enough is being done to stop violence involving young people. This month alone, there have been at least four Sacramento-area shootings with teenage victims.
CBS13 PM News Update – 01/26/22The latest weather and news.
CBS13 investigates: wrong COVID test at wrong time could backfireAs the omicron variant spreads, even among vaccinees, it amplifies problems with both types of COVID-19 tests – PCR and rapid antigen tests. Now, more than ever, the wrong COVID test in the wrong phase of your illness could backfire.