Friday, Nov 30


What To Watch For When Vikings Visit Patriots


The task will be tall this Sunday when the Vikings visit Foxboro, where the 8-3 Patriots are 5-0 in their own building. Here's where you can keep an eye once this one begins late Sunday afternoon.


Flooding Forces Butte County Residents To Evacuate Once Again

Flooded driveways and highways are scattered throughout Butte County, as Thursday’s rain caught many residents by surprise.

Orangevale Streets Littered With Nails, Causing Flat Tires

Some drivers in Orangevale are treading lightly after finding small nails scattered across their neighborhood.


A Lot Of Sierra Snow Means Slow Going And Chains For Drivers

Mandatory chain control was in effect over the summit has traffic backed up to a crawl.

Rain Soaks The Southland, Sparks Debris And Mud Flows

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A storm front moving in from Alaska has brought a steady rain across the Southland late Wednesday and into Thursday, bring with it the risk of mudslides and flooding in the Woolsey Fire burn area.

Storm’s Second Round to Linger Over Sierra Into Weekend Bringing Heavy Snow

A series of winter storms made their way through the Sierra Nevada on Thursday and more is in the forecast into the weekend with accumulations on the valley floors around Reno expected by Saturday.

Suspect Sought For Woman’s Brutal Bar Beating Turns Himself In To Napa Police

A man seen on a security camera knocking a woman unconscious outside of a Napa bar on Nov. 17 turned himself in to authorities Thursday night, police said.

Modesto Glass Company Looking To Hire Camp Fire Survivors

Don's Mobile Glass is looking for new hires and they're giving priority to Camp Fire survivors.

Storm Prompts Flooding, Mandatory Evacuations In Holy Fire Burn Area

The first major storm to hit Southern California this rainy season prompted flash flood warnings and mandatory evacuations throughout the Holy Fire burn area.

How Does The Camp Fire Compare To The 2017 Tubbs Fire?

The fires, which happened within a year of one another, share the top two spots as the most destructive fires in California.

Harris, Harrell Help Clippers Hold Off Kings 133-121

Tobias Harris scored 28 points, Montrezl Harrell added 24 and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Sacramento Kings 133-121 on Thursday night.

Bay Area Lawmakers Mount Effort to Ban Flavored Tobacco, E-Cigarettes

A half-dozen state legislators led by Sen. Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo), announced Thursday a proposal to ban store and vending machine sales of flavored e-cigarettes and tobacco products.


Woman Charged In Stepdaughter’s Homicide Appears In Court, Does Not Enter Plea

Zulma Chavez-Ventura, who is accused of stomping, kicking and slamming her four-year-old stepdaughter to the ground, appeared in court Wednesday.

Denver High School Puts Spotlight On AIDS/HIV Epidemic


Students at Denver School for the Arts are putting the spotlight, literally, on the AIDS/HIV epidemic.

Clergy Abuse Survivors Share Stories At Emotional First Listening Session

Survivors and parishioners came out to St. Paul Cathedral in Oakland on Thursday night for the first of four listening sessions since the release of the Pennsylvania grand jury report on clergy sexual abuse.

Klefbom Spoils Quick’s Return, Oilers Take Down Kings 3-2

Oscar Klefbom scored his second straight game-winning goal and added an assist as the Edmonton Oilers edged the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 on Thursday night.

Affordable Housing Option Pairs Homeowners With Those In Need


A nonprofit is looking to help the affordable housing situation in Denver by pairing aging homeowners who have extra room with those in need of a place to live.

Former MSD Resource Officer Says He Fears For His Safety


The disgraced Broward Sheriff's Deputy who was the school resource officer at Marjory Stoneman Douglas the day of the massacre says he fears for his safety.

Second Time’s A Charm — Sugar Bowl To Open Nov. 30

After trying and failing to open a week early, Sugar Bowl ski resort will open for the season Friday with at least a foot of fresh snow.

Trans Teen Posts Video Of School Staff Opening Bathroom Stall On Her


A video posted to Facebook is going viral as it appears to show a Twin Cities transgender teen being confronted in a bathroom by school staff, who at one point open a stall door as she’s sitting on the toilet.


Two Littleton Companies Make Short List For Missions To The Moon


Deep Space Systems and Lockheed Martin, both of Littleton, made NASA's list to bid on projects to deliver payloads to the moon.

NASA Names 9 Private Companies in Competition to Build Moon Probes

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced Thursday that nine U.S. companies will compete to deliver experiments to the lunar surface.

Snowplow Pursuit Ends After Collisions, Suspect Bit By K9


A man living in a community corrections facility led police on a chase Thursday afternoon after allegedly stealing a snowplow from his place of employment.

Jets Beat Blackhawks 6-5


Nikolaj Ehlers had a hat trick, Patrik Laine scored twice and became the fourth-youngest player in NHL history to reach 100 goals, and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Chicago Blackhawks 6-5 on Thursday night.

Donato Drills Shootout Winner As Bruins Top Islanders


Ryan Donato scored the decisive shootout goal in his NHL return, Tuukka Rask made 28 saves and the Boston Bruins outlasted the New York Islanders 2-1 on Thursday night.

Voodoo Doughnuts Artwork Stolen, Owners Plead For Its Return


Police hope someone recognizes the thief who stole artwork depicting Pam Grier from Voodoo Doughnuts on Colfax Avenue.

Donato Nets Shootout Winner In Return, Bruins Best Isles 2-1


Ryan Donato scored the decisive shootout goal in his NHL return, Tuukka Rask made 28 saves and the Boston Bruins outlasted the New York Islanders 2-1 on Thursday night.

Calls For Closure Of Sterigenics After Claims It Emits Cancer-Causing Gas


Concerned residents packed a community forum in Willowbrook Thursday night, demanding the closure of Sterigenics.

Dog Detectives Hunting For Family Pet Find Furry Friend And Then Some


A group of dog detectives went to some extremes to bring a family pet home, but it wasn't the only missing dog they found.

Should Book Choices Be Private? Harold Washington Library Patron Calls For Change


A Chicago woman is accusing the Harold Washington Library of failing to protect the privacy of its patrons—and the library is responding tonight.