- Sacramento County's District Attorney Thien Ho is defending his choice to sue the City of Sacramento for creating a public nuisance over homelessness. He recently spoke to NPR about the case and what his reasoning is for pursuing it. Click here to read more.
- California is facing a new energy crisis, a shortage of transformers needed for new homes. Daniel Beans, the CEO of Roseville power laid out the problem for CBS 13. Click here to read more.
- The global spotlight is on California today for President Biden's meeting with the leader of China. Both men are in San Francisco as the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit kicks into high gear. Before events begin, they'll step away to talk about issues such as the wars in Ukraine and the Middle East, climate change, fentanyl and AI technology. Click here to read more.
- Meteorologists are expecting rain and snow to cover the region from today to at least Saturday afternoon. The level of intensity will vary depending on where, according to the National Weather Service. Click here to read more.