Top 10 Sacramento News Stories For August 2013
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After losing her home and her dog, Laurie Mendoza opened her Public Storage unit several months ago to find many of her life belongings destroyed by rodents.
The first break-in at the Nevada County Food Bank ended with an anonymous apology note. The second ended with a stolen delivery truck.
Two California neurosurgeons who infected brain-cancer patients with bowel bacteria in an effort to save their lives have resigned their positions at the University of California, Davis, after officials concluded their actions violated the school’s code of conduct.
A serial tire-slasher is still on the loose in north Sacramento, targeting people living in low-income housing.
Witnesses reported seeing a man carrying a medium-sized dog into a pond at the civic center and dunking it into the water until it didn’t come back up for air.