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Auction For Paper Cup Allegedly Used By Elvis Passes $1,500A paper cup allegedly used by Elvis Presley six decades ago in Oklahoma is up for auction, and bids have already surpassed $1,500.
Details Around Rocklin Father's Disappearance Have Family WorriedWhen they hadn’t heard from him for a couple of days, his brother, Dean, went to check on him at his house and he made a startling discovery
Lawyer: O.J. Simpson Golfing A Lot In Vegas, No Word On Search For Real KillerSimpson has earned almost eight months of good time credit since his release from prison, bumping up his expected release from parole to Jan. 18, 2022.
Persons Of Interest Sought In Turlock Apartment FloodingPolice say several water valves were intentionally opened, allowing water from the fire suppression system to flood the building.
16-Year Old Accused Of Sexually Assaulting TeensMaysen Melton was indicted Wednesday on kidnapping, sexual assault and battery charges that could get him up to life in prison.
Nancy Pelosi To Be Guest Judge On 'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars'The California Democrat and first female speaker of the House joins a handful of other celebrity guest judges.
America's Biggest Businesses Are Standing By Their Dreamer EmployeesIf Congress fails to act, an average of 915 DACA holders will lose their ability to work and their protection from deportation every day from March 6 to March 20.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Quoted Internet & Cable Prices May Not Be What You PayWe all get those internet and TV flyers in the mail, with big bold numbers showing how little we'll pay if we switch out our service. Why is it that we rarely pay that promised price?
Man Fools Cops With Car Made Of Snow, Gets Fake Parking TicketAccording to CBS46, Simon Laprise sculpted a life-size model of a DeLorean DMC-12 in the middle of a local snow removal zone.
Parents Of 13 Children Charged With Years Of Torture, AbuseThe district attorney said the children were beaten and chained as punishment
Approaching Storm Could Bring 2 Feet Of Snow To The SierraA storm coming to our area could dump up to two feet of snow in the Sierra, making travel through the mountains difficult. 
Steinberg's 1st State Of The City: Sacramento Must Not Squander MomentumMayor Darrell Steinberg gave his inaugural State of the City address Thursday morning.

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