Top 10 News Stories For April 2014 On CBSSacramento.com
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- 49ers Fan Who Bought Game Ticket Online Receives Pricey Parking Pass
- Man Faces Jail Time Or $4,000 Fine For Not Watering Lawn
- Thieves Ransack Rio Linda Airman’s Home While He Was Deployed Overseas
- Fresno Man Who Killed Co-Worker, Cut Out Heart, Released From Prison Over Governor’s Objection
- Jackson Teen Leading Rally Against Washington Redskins’ Name At San Francisco 49ers Game
Saira Munoz wanted to go to prom, but when she didn’t have money for a dress, she became an entrepreneur. Munoz, 18 at the time, decided to put on a school bake sale. There was an extra ingredient in her brownies: marijuana.
Despite the subzero temperatures and lack of oxygen, people can survive even a long journey in the wheel well of a jetliner. The latest example is a teenager who, according to authorities, stowed away on a 5 1/2-hour flight from San Jose to Hawaii.
The Sutter Street Crips have been active around the area of California Street and Park Street, police say. A months-long investigation into the gang culminated in a sweep, where police arrested many leaders of the gang.
The calls came despite a request from Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, acting as an advisor to the NBA Players Association, to wait until the league issues its decision on possible sanctions against Sterling.
On the deadline to sign up for health coverage through Covered California, some hearing-impaired residents were sent to a chat line offering ‘hot ladies’ instead of an insurance navigator.
The eclipse was one of four consecutive total lunar eclipses to take place in 2014 and 2015, according to NASA.
A Republican candidate for California attorney general said that state lawmakers who are found guilty of crimes that endanger the lives of others should face the death penalty.
Fresh out of the hospital, Bonnie and Joe Duran came back, drawn to the spot where they almost lost their lives in a deadly crash between a tour bus and a FedEx truck.
Gursant Singh was scheduled for jury duty. He said he’d arrive with other members of his community, asking for the chance to serve on a jury.
A bill that passed the Assembly with unanimous bipartisan support encourages California schools to teach students about the racial significance of Barack Obama’s presidency.