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Chains Required In The SierraChains are required in the Sierra where snow has made the roadways slick. Later Wednesday, there could be whiteout conditions.


Snow Level Descends In FoothillsSnow has fallen in the foothills, blanketing areas that wouldn’t normally get snow.


Power Still Out For Hundreds After Fire At SMUD SubstationHomes, government buildings, and businesses were left powerless overnight after a fire at a SMUD power substation. The Sacramento Fire Department declared a mandatory evacuation order for one senior housing complex on I Street, deemed unsafe with no power for its fire suppression system.

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Raw: Snow Falling Along I-80 Near NyackThe Sierra has received a dumping of snow in the last few days and flakes continue to fall near Nyack in Placer County.


Next Round Of Storm Expected To Bring High WindsWe’ll get a break from the wind in the valley, then things will pick up around 1 p.m. and we’ll see strong gusts, mainly between 4-10 p.m., Cody Stark says.


Portion Of Downtown Sacramento Remains In Dark After SMUD Substation FireA portion of Downtown Sacramento remains in darkness Wednesday morning after a massive power outage left homes, government buildings and businesses without power.


Foothills And Sierra Expected To Receive Dumping Of Snow Over Next 24 HoursA winter storm warning goes into effect at 10 a.m. Wednesday (12/15) and will last until Wednesday. The foothills are expected receive two feet of snow. Travelers on I-80 and Highway 50 should expect major delays on the roadways.


Version Of Homeless Plan Passes In SacramentoAfter a marathon meeting, the Sacramento City Council failed to pass a resolution brought forward by Mayor Darrell Steinberg regarding the towing of vehicles that homeless people live in. Instead, a resolution passed with significant changes from its original proposal.


Sacramento City Council Votes To Start Meetings With Land AcknowledgementThe city council voted to start all official meetings by honoring indigenous people.


SMUD Says Some Customers Will See Power Restored Overnight In DowntownSMUD said around 600-700 customers will have power restored during the overnight hours, with another 600-700 remaining without power for at least some part of Wednesday.


Military Tribute Garden TrashedThe Armed Forces Pavilion and Military Garden in Auburn, which is dedicated to military families and veterans, was vandalized over the weekend.


Father, Son Accused Of Starting Caldor Fire Out On Lower BailA father and son charged with sparking the devastating Caldor Fire that destroyed about 1,000 homes near Lake Tahoe earlier this year are out of jail after a judge vastly reduced their bail, largely rejecting prosecutors’ arguments that the duo posed a flight risk.


Massive SMUD Outage Cripples Downtown SacramentoDowntown Sacramento was left in darkness Tuesday after a massive power outage left homes, government buildings and businesses powerless.

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CBS13 PM News Update – 12/14/21The latest in weather and news.


Evening Forecast – 12/14/21Here is your extended 7-day forecast!


Man Killed In Rancho Cordova ShootingA homicide investigation is underway after a man found shot several times in Rancho Cordova on Monday evening died.


48-Hour Snow Totals Across SierraMultiple areas received several feet of snow during this early week storm.


Businesses In The Low Country Brace For Another Round Of Wet WeatherThe overnight storm left its mark by dumping several feet of snow in Northern California.


Power Still Out For Many After Downtown Substation FireSMUD says 1,300 customers may not see their power restored until at least Wednesday.


Ice Cream Shop Calls On Modesto Community To Help Stay OpenAn ice cream shop in Modesto that offers employees training and job opportunities they haven’t found anywhere else is at risk of closing and needs continued community support to stay open.


Raising Cane’s Holds Grand Opening In StocktonPeople braved the rain for a chance to win some chicken Tuesday morning.


Sugar Bowl Reopens WednesdayThis week’s snow is allowing Sugar Bowl to open Wednesday, but only to pass holders for the time being.


City Council Meets To Vote On Resolution In Homeless CrisisThe resolution was brought forward by Mayor Darrell Steinberg.


Power Substation Catches Fire In Downtown SacramentoCrews are responding to a fire at a power substation in downtown Sacramento late Tuesday morning.