10. Surviving Stockton Bank Robbery And Chase Suspect Identified

Police identified the surviving suspect from the July 16 bank robbery and chase that left three dead as 19-year-old Jaime Ramos.

9. Yolo County Officials Perplexed By Unusual Spike In Whooping Cough Cases

Health officials are concerned, because Yolo County is seeing a spike in whooping cough cases stronger than the rise in other California counties.

8. Sacramento Police Seeking Suspect In Midtown Homicide

The Sacramento Police Department asked for the public’s help finding a suspect in a Midtown murder.

7. Search On In Stockton For Homeless Man With Tuberculosis

Eduardo Rosas Cruz, 26, first came on health officials’ radar in March, after he was diagnosed with a severe and contagious strain of TB. According to the court complaint, he didn’t comply with treatment.

6. Stockton Bank Robbery Ends After Violent Chase

The violent incident unfolded on July 16 at the Stockton Bank of the West near Hammer Lane and Pacific Avenue, police say. There, three suspects took three women hostage and left in the bank manager’s blue Ford Explorer.

5. Family, Friends Of Bank Robbery Hostage Mourn Her Death

Friends and family are mourning the death of a hostage who was killed after a bank robbery, high-speed chase and police shootout today in Stockton.

4. Drought Shaming Pitting Neighbors Against Neighbors On Social Media

If you’ve ever had the feeling you’re being watched while you water your lawn, there’s a good chance you are during this historic drought.

3. Homeowners Association: Veteran Can’t Build Furniture For Military Families In Need

A homeowners association told Dennis Kocher he needs to close up shop after years of doing business, or he could be fined between $100 and $1,000.

2. 530 Fatties Facebook Page Targeted Overweight, Obese Yuba-Sutter Residents

530 Fatties appears to be created by someone who lives within the local 530 area code, and featured photos of overweight or obese people in public without their permission. With those photos are words mocking the subjects’ weight.

1. Drought Drawing Rattlesnakes Closer To California Homes

The drought is bringing out all kinds of animals, but one has a bite you don’t want to mess with.

Len Ramirez says his rattlesnake removal business says this is one of the busiest year’s he’s seen in nearly 30 years.


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