Radio announcer Grant Napear files wrongful dismissal lawsuit against former employer – CBS Sacramento

Woodland police looking for driver who collided with pedestrianThe driver of a GMC Yukon struck the pedestrian on Gum Avenue in Woodland and pulled away, police said.

Parents of Rio Americano High School Students Question Return Home Vaccine RequirementsTo return home, students will be required to show proof of vaccination or produce a negative COVID test, a protocol that the San Juan Unified School District confirms to CBS13 is not in place during regular school activities.

6’10 ” Officer Rocklin did not need a ladder for a two-story houseA simple Rocklin Wellness Check gets a lot of attention after showing just what an agent will do to get the job done.

Radio announcer Grant Napear files unfair dismissal lawsuit against former employerLongtime Sacramento sports broadcaster Grant Napear was retired in June 2020 after more than two decades on the air. CBS13 spoke to Napear and his lawyer about his reasons for taking legal action.

Vaccine protest could cost Tuolumne schools $ 80,000Schools in Tuolumne County recorded a 40% absence rate during the vaccine protest, potentially costing the district tens of thousands of dollars.

Supply chain shortage impacting local caterers and restaurantsRestaurants plan to order more supplies than needed and stockpile them for when the time comes.

Police search for man who pepper sprayed and robbed 2 people in TurlockTurlock Police are looking for a man who sprayed pepper and then robbed – two people earlier this month. Both incidents occurred on October 5. The first happened at a Foodmaxx grocery store and the other, which happened 30 minutes later, happened at a nearby Walmart.

Tracy’s school locked out in search of suspected burglarPolice intervened in a neighborhood in Tracy after residents complained about a man breaking fences in their backyards. Upon arrival, the police discovered that a house had been broken into. They set up a perimeter but arrived empty-handed. They released a photo taken of the suspect seen in the area and requested assistance in identifying the man.

Scorched areas in Sierra mudslide threat poseThe National Weather Service says mudslides could occur tomorrow in areas scorched by the Caldor and Dixie fires. Teams from El Dorado County installed irrigation pipes along the hillsides to keep the soil in place.

Nevada County braces for heavy rains and potential flash floodingHeavy rains expected this weekend are prompting people to prepare, especially in the area where the river fire destroyed 2,600 acres and dozens of homes and buildings.

Crash near Nevada State Line closes I-80Several large rigs were involved in an accident Thursday night near the Nevada state border on Interstate 80 westbound. It is not known when the road will reopen completely.

CBS13 News PM News Update – 10/21/21Discover the best stories from the Sacramento area.

Non-profit organization offers ‘stay-cation’ for cancer patientsA non-profit organization called the “Me-One Foundation” offers a home stay for cancer patients to help those struggling during the pandemic.

California will have another big budget surplus next yearGovernor Newsom has announced that California will have another large budget surplus next year, which could cause some dispute.

Governor Newsom extends emergency to droughtAs the rain began to fall on Tuesday night, Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a statewide drought emergency and authorized regulators to enact mandatory statewide water restrictions. ‘they wish.

Protests after Riverside math teacher mocked Native AmericansA controversial math lesson at a Riverside school sparked protests and demands for respect for Native Americans.

Search for extinct parakeets in DavisA flock of 13 parakeets has escaped from an aviary in Davis and is wanted, 1 has already been found.

Auburn arrested twice in one day on suspicion of theftAn Auburn man was arrested, released and re-arrested for breaking and entering, theft of property and vandalism.

Getting Answers: La Nina and Atmospheric Rivers: What They Mean for Our Rainy SeasonCBS13 takes us behind La Niña’s forecast for the 2021/2022 winter season.

Thursday Night Forecast – 10/21/21CBS13 has the weather forecast for the Greater Sacramento area.

Family hiking in Mariposa County has died of hyperthermiaWe now know what caused the death of a family while hiking in Mariposa County.

New animatronic dinosaurs at the Sacramento Zoo created by the ‘Jurassic Park’ teamFans of “Jurassic Park” will be interested to know that the new animatronic animals at the Sacramento Zoo were created by the same team that worked on the film.

121 arson attacks in California in 2021, a new recordThis year, as of October 8, there have been a record 121 arson arrests in the state of California.

Storm Preparations Across the Greater Sacramento AreaWith the possibilities of flash flooding and debris from the upcoming storm, Sacramento County and surrounding areas are bracing themselves.

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