Top Sacramento news: Suspect surrenders in Hwy 50 standoff; Crews respond to 3-alarm fire; more

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Crews respond to 3-alarm fire in Sacramento

Fire crews are responding to a structure fire in Sacramento, officials said.

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Gov. Newsom pardons 2 ex-refugees facing deportation

SACRAMENTO (AP) — Two former Cambodian refugees facing deportation for crimes committed as young adults are among seven people pardoned by California Gov. Gavin Newsom in his first acts of clemency since taking office in January. 

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Surviving a Mother’s Day nightmare: 6-year-old wanders out of home, found floating in reservoir

Carrie Malinoff's six-year-old son, who has autism, escaped home during a party and ended up floating inside a nearby reservoir.

Read the full story on CBS13 CBS Sacramento.

Standoff that blocked Highway 50 traffic for hours ends peacefully after suspect urrenders

A man is in custody after a high-speed chase that crossed multiple freeways in the Sacramento area on Sunday.

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One cannabis shop for every four liquor stores? That's Sacramento 'overreach,' cities say

Escalating a feud between California's cities and the state over legalized marijuana, state lawmakers are pushing a bill that would require municipalities that voted for Proposition 64 to allow one cannabis retailer for every four liquor stores.

Read the full story on Los Angeles Times.


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