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This Week In News: Oct. 29 – Nov. 2

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Catch up with some of this week’s top headlines that you may have missed.

Monday, Oct. 29
Former NFL Heavy Hitter Falls Into Homelessness
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Terry Tautolo was once a fearsome linebacker in the NFL. Then he was out of the game and homeless.
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Tuesday, Oct. 30
Correctional Officer Suing Yolo County Sheriff For Sexual Harassment

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A Yolo County deputy is suing her own sheriff for sexual harassment, claiming she’s put up with the him hugging and kissing her for 14 years.
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Wednesday, Oct. 31
Giants World Series Victory Parade

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After winning their second World Series in three years, San Francisco held a celebratory parade for the Giants.
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Thursday, Nov. 1
Travis Flies In Support Of Sandy

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Airmen assigned to the 570th Global Mobility and the 60 Aircraft Maintenance Squadrons from Travis Air Force Base deployed to aid efforts to restore damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
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Call Kurtis Investigates: Cosmetic Surgeon Accused of Leaving Patients Deformed
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Patients say they were left deformed, even paralyzed at the hands of a Rocklin gynecologist turned cosmetic surgeon, a CBS13 Call Kurtis investigation has revealed.
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Friday, Nov. 2
Technology Advancements Help California Capitalize On Untapped Oil Resources

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Oil derricks are a common sight in Southern California, but they’re slowly making their way north. Many believe they could be the solution to the state’s ongoing budget crisis.
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Jury To Start Deliberations In ‘Sweetheart Murders’ Case
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The jury in the murder trial of Richard Hirschfield will start deliberations Monday after both sides got a chance to sway the jury one last time Friday.
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