It’s the end of September, which means it’s time to look back on what happened this month. From shootings to death wishes to unemployment glitches, here are the stories that CBSSacramento.com readers clicked on the most.
Sacramento Police were alerted by relatives of Talamantes when she arrived at a family member’s Sacramento apartment on Pocket Road without her daughter.
9. Sacramento Democratic Party Leader Resigns After Tweeting Death Wish For Republican Staffer’s Kids
A Sacramento County Democratic Party leader resigned after being thrown into the national spotlight for tweeting a death wish for a Republican staffer’s children. He didn’t just tweet that he hoped for her children’s death, but tweeted he wished for a horrific one.
A store clerk in Southern California was punched in the face by man over just a few coins.
“Really, over 41 cents? Imagine if he got like that — imagine what else would have happened. That’s the thing that came to my head. I hope it doesn’t ever happen to anybody,” she said. “There are cowards out there that are willing to do stupid stuff.”
A horse survived a very unusual mauling, but two pet rabbits weren’t as fortunate. The three attacks happened outside Grass Valley, off La Barr Meadows Road.
Thousands of struggling Californians were promised they would get paid their money by this weekend after a computer glitch delayed their unemployment payments. But some of those payments still haven’t come. A state worker spoke out, claiming the Employment Development Department wasn’t admitting just how bad the problem is.