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Walmart Announces New Way To Dispose Of OpioidsInside, a powder to dump into the pill bottle and mix with water. Within 10 minutes, the contents turn into a gel and neutralize the drugs.
Hospitals See Success With Programs Aimed At Spotting Sex TraffickingThe success is not only in the training, but the quality of care that follows through Dignity’s Safe Haven clinic where trafficking victims are treated as part of their road to recovery.
Teen Paralyzed Over Summer Finally Returns HomeIt was an emotional, but exciting time for the Fritz family, who is finally together after five months.
Oroville Dam Lawsuit Outlines Decades Of Problems With StateA culture of corruption and decades of fraud and mismanagement is what an 800-page lawsuit filed by the city of Oroville claims caused the crisis.
Man Accused Of Killing Two Deputies Resumes Courtroom OutburstsThis time, Judge Steve White threatened to throw him out and let the trial to proceed without him.
Advocates Preparing For Large ICE Raid In CaliforniaSacramento’s B’nai Israel Synagogue now includes a dedicated space for undocumented immigrants seeking sanctuary from arrests by federal agents.
Man Accused Of Raping A Dozen Prostitutes At Gunpoint Arrested After Victim Falls Out Of CarSecurity guard Ferdinand Ervin Flowers, 35, of Long Beach, pleaded not guilty Wednesday with kidnapping to commit rape, robbery and assault.
Perris House Of Horrors Shines Spotlight On Homeschool RulesCurrent law only requires that home schools and private schools register with the agency. But it doesn't approve, monitor, inspect, or oversee them.
UC Davis Professors Help Puerto Rico Graduate StudentsAs Puerto Rico continues to rebuild after the devastation of Hurricane Maria, a group of UC Davis professors is stepping up to help graduate students.
Pregnant Modesto Teen Shot In BedThe 17-year-old, who is nine months pregnant, was sleeping when suddenly bullets started flying towards her bedroom.
Bid To Repeal California Sanctuary State Law FailsThe California Secretary of State's office said the measure failed to gain the 365,880 signatures required. The deadline for signatures was on Jan. 3.
Coroner: Karen Garcia Died From Blunt Force Trauma To HeadHer ex-boyfriend, Salvador Garcia Jr., is being sought by authorities for her murder. 

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