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Amazon Investors Wary Of Company Selling Facial-Recognition Tech To CopsAdvocates against the product cited the dangers of blanket police surveillance in front of Amazon's Spheres building.
140 Jobs Up For Grabs For New Vacaville Sprouts Store Opening In SeptemberA new Vacaville grocery store is set to hire more than 100 people in the coming months.
NTSB Sends Specialist To Look Into California Tesla FireThe National Transportation Safety Board is sending an investigator look into a Tesla battery fire in Southern California.
Woman Responding To Craigslist Ad Makes Life-Saving Kidney DonationA California woman is recovering after donating the gift of life to an ailing man who posted a Craigslist ad seeking a life-saving kidney.
Homeland Security Secretary: We ‘Won’t Apologize For Doing Our Job’Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen are among the speakers addressing a gathering of the nation’s sheriffs in New Orleans for the National Sherrif’s Association annual conference on Monday.
Survey Says Nearly Half Of Americans Are Skipping Summer Vacation This YearA new survey says that 49 percent of respondents aren't taking vacation this year and cost is the main reason why.
Deputies: Real Estate Agent Helps Catch Home Burglars In ColfaxPlacer County sheriff deputies are crediting an alert real estate agent for stopping a crime.
Walmart Shopper Accused Of Making More Than 1,000 Fake ReturnsA 23-year-old Walmart shopper is accused of making fraudulent returns at more than 1,000 of the chain's stores across the country.
Women Who Were Pregnant During Wine Country Wildfires Sought For UC Davis StudyUC Davis researchers are calling for women who were pregnant during or after the deadly Wine Country wildfires to participate in a study.