Top 10 Stories On CBSSacramento.com For November 2013
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Deadly viruses, health care and a severed penis all were popular topics on CBSsacramento.com during the month of November.
City Councilman Randall Stone called for an internal review after discovering the posts on Officer Todd Boothe’s public Facebook page.
One featured a skull painted like the confederate flag, another shows the president’s face painted like the Joker. There’s another featuring the president dressed in tribal garb, while another post has a homophobic slur.
Thieves crashed through the church’s gym window the Friday before Thanksgiving, taking all the food the church was going to give to anyone who wanted a free Thanksgiving meal — literally everything the church had gathered.
It was supposed to be a cultural celebration for the Hmong community coming together to celebrate the new year, but some gang members were arrested that could have turned it violent.
CBS13 found two people here in Sacramento, both with the same idea, using Craigslist as free advertising to blatantly and illegally sell their state benefits.
Our hidden cameras were rolling as a woman, who we’ll call Lorie, told our undercover producer about her brilliant idea to game the system for a quick buck.
If the circovirus goes untreated, the virus has the potential of killing an infected animal within days. High rates of infection have been observed in other animals, and scientists are still not entirely certain how it’s transmitted.