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Vacaville Residents Disturbed By Arson And Possible Hate CrimeJust after 9 p.m. Monday night a car parked on Williams street near Merchant went up in flames in front of a Vacaville gas station. Investigators soon realized the vandals had left a disturbing message. The letters K-K-K were written in black on both sides of the vehicle. It's a possible hate crime that's rare for the city.
Sacramento City Leaders Postpone Vote On Controversial Homeless Plan Sacramento city leaders decided to postpone their vote on a controversial plan to create a tent city for the homeless. The proposed complex would be built at Carl Johnston Community Park in Del Paso Heights.
Investigators Link Two Bodies Found In Arden-Arcade AreaHeartbroken neighbors could be seen in an emotional embrace, stung by a tragic loss at their Arden apartment complex. Apartment manager Linda Zachmeyer was found stabbed to death in her own unit.
Driverless Car Testing Getting Green Light On California RoadsCalifornia is opening the door for testing on the streets of truly driverless cars without a backup driver. The California Department of Motor Vehicles is in charge of regulating the technology, but before wheeling it out, the agency heard from the biggest carmakers in Silicon Valley are all racing to be number one.
PG&E Issued Citations And Fined $8.3M For Violations Related To Butte FireThe California Public Utilities Commission issued two staff citations totaling $8.3 million to Pacific Gas & Electric for violations that were discovered by the CPUC's investigation into the Butte fire.
Father Of Missing 5-year-old California Boy ReleasedThe father of a missing 5-year-old boy was released from jail Tuesday, days after he was found unconscious at a California park and arrested on suspicion of child endangerment and child abduction.
Vacaville Residents Disturbed By Possible Hate CrimeThe letters K-K-K were written in black on both sides of a car that was torched on Monday night according to Vacaville Police. It's a possible hate crime that's rare for the city.
Sacramento "Tent City" Site Proposed At City CouncilSacramento city leaders decided to postpone their vote on a controversial plan to create a tent city for the homeless. The proposed complex would be built at Carl Johnston Community Park in Del Paso Heights. But Tuesday night, the mayor called the site a safety hazard.
Investigators Link Two Bodies Found In Arden-Arcade AreaHeartbroken neighbors could be seen in an emotional embrace, stung by a tragic loss at their Arden apartment complex. Apartment manager Linda Zachmeyer was found stabbed to death in her own unit. Her nephew's body found a few miles away in the parking lot of an upscale shopping center
California Paving The Way For Driverless Car TestingThe department of motor vehicles is in charge of regulating driverless technology. But before wheeling it out, the agency heard from the biggest carmakers in Silicon Valley who are all racing to be number one.
Students Petition Cal State Stanislaus To Take Stronger Stand Against White NationalistAn online petition is growing, calling on California State University Stanislaus to take a stronger stand against a white nationalist on campus.
Anthony SIlva Denied Motion To Allow Him To Work At Stockton Boys And Girls ClubFormer Stockton mayor Anthony Silva was back in court today-- asking a judge to change some of his bail conditions. A judge denied a motion that includes provisions that prevent the ex-mayor from working at the former boys and girls club and requiring him to wear an ankle monitor.
University Of California Administrators Accused of Hiding $175M In Secret FundUniversity of California administrators hid $175 million from the public, its governing board and lawmakers in a secret reserve fund even as the UC raised tuition and asked the state for more funding, the state auditor said in a scathing report released Tuesday.
Games on Tap; The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie 4/25On the Tuesday edition of the Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie. the fellas break down the 3 games on the NBA playoffs slate, how the Golden State Warriors looked dominant with the radio voice of the Dubs Tim Roye, plus some NFL draft preview with Rob Rang of CBS Sports and the voice of 49ers Ted Robinson.
It's a Full-Service Show: The Lo-Down - 4/25On the Tuesday edition of the Lo-Down the guys cover everything from the NBA Playoffs, the NFL Draft, and Adrian Peterson. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily from 12-3PM.
Larry Holder Joins The Lo-Down - 4/25Larry Holder, New Orleans Saints Beat Reporter for NOLA.COM, joins the Lo-Down to talk about Adrian Peterson signing with the Saints, and what to expect from the team this season.
Pro Golfer Tweets That United Airlines Broke His Golf ClubsIt just keeps getting worse for United Airlines.
Man Initially Denied New Lungs Due To Pot Use DiesA man who was denied a lung transplant at the University of Utah because marijuana was found in his system has died after suffering complications from recent surgery.
Sacramento County Supervisors To Vote On Banning Commercial Marijuana-Related BusinessesThree of the five supervisors have voiced support for the ordinance. Marijuana advocates say the county may be missing out.
10 Pounds Of Pot Wrongly Sent From Sacramento To Pennsylvania PastorPolice are trying to determine who shipped 10 pounds of marijuana from California to a pastor in the Philadelphia suburbs.
Parties, Protests And Deals: Pot Enthusiasts Observe 4/20From Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., to Hippie Hill in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, marijuana enthusiasts observed their 4/20 holiday Thursday with public smoke-outs, parties and, yes, great deals on weed.
Committee Warns Judges Not To Invest In Pot Because Of Federal BanThe court's Committee on Judicial Ethics Opinions said Wednesday that maintaining any interest in a business that involves medical or recreational marijuana is incompatible with a judge's obligation to follow the law.
Poll: Most Think Marijuana Is Safer Than OpioidsA new national poll says Americans think it's safer to use marijuana than opioids to relieve pain.
President Trump: Dreamers Should 'Rest Easy' About His Immigration PoliciesPresident Donald Trump says young immigrants shielded from deportation -- often referred to as "dreamers" -- should "rest easy" about his immigration policies.
Judge Who Handled Trump University Suit Now Gets Controversial DACA CaseThe case may help define Trump's approach to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which was introduced in 2012 by President Barack Obama. Trump has kept it in place and made sympathetic remarks about its beneficiaries, angering some immigration hardliners.
Killing O'Reilly? Fox News Reportedly Working To Cut Ties With Host Over Harrassment AllegationsDozens of his show's advertisers have fled following reports of harassment settlements paid to other women. Bill O'Reilly has denied any wrongdoing.
Woman Punched In Berkeley Protest Video Speaks Out Against White NationalistNathan Damigo was involved in some controversy last fall after launching a campaign to recruit members for his pro-white advocacy group called Identity Europa.
California Approves $900 Million Of Projects For Gas Tax Hike SupportersGov. Jerry Brown and top legislative leaders agreed to support priority projects for four lawmakers who were undecided on the tax hike, which was approved with their support.
Trump Administration Drops Lawsuit Over North Carolina Bathroom BillBut advocacy groups, who say the new law continues to discriminate against gay and transgender people, have vowed to continue with a separate federal lawsuit.
Best Ways To Celebrate Earth Day In SacramentoSacramento, found at the confluence of the American and Sacramento rivers, is known as both the City of Trees and America’s Farm to Fork Capital. As these labels suggest, Sacramento is a unique community that offers many ways to celebrate the planet both on Earth Day and beyond. For 47 years, people around the world have used April 22 as a chance to show support for the protection and sustainability of the environment.
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America's 5 Best Waterfall HikesAn introduction to five of the very best waterfall hikes in America
Best Fish Sandwiches In SacramentoForget the typical frozen fish fillet sandwich smeared with chunky tartar sauce on a rock-hard bun. In Sacramento, the farm-to-fork capital takes its food seriously and uses the freshest ingredients to bring the classic fish sandwich to new culinary heights.
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Best Places To Picnic In SacramentoWhether it’s a family picnic or one of those romantic picnics with a special someone, the places on this list will definitely meet all of your picnicking needs and create long-lasting memories.
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TMZ: Elton John Cancels Shows After Contracting Bacterial InfectionTMZ is reporting on its website that Elton John has contracted a bacterial infection, forcing him to cancel shows between now and May 5.
Officials: 'Happy Days' Star Erin Moran Likely Died From CancerAuthorities say former "Happy Days" star Erin Moran likely died from cancer at her southern Indiana home.
New Documentary Shows 1992 LA Riots As You've Never Seen Them BeforeThe 25th anniversary of the LA Riots occurs this April. Tom Jennings looks back at those events in his new documentary "The Lost Tapes: LA Riots" on the Smithsonian Channel.
Judge Blocks Release Of Unpublished Prince SongsGeorge Ian Boxill worked with Prince on five tracks in 2006, and made at least one recording — called "Deliverance" — available Wednesday for online sales. Prince's estate and Paisley Park Enterprises sued to block it.
Survivor Castaways Hali And Ozzy Reflect In Post-Elimination Q&ASurvivor's Hali and Ozzy reflect on the latest season of Survivor: Game Changers after being eliminated in Wednesday's episode.