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Manager Sends Exit Survey Complaints To All 2,000 Co-WorkersA retiring Pennsylvania Turnpike worker decided brutal honesty was the way to go when he filled out an exit survey after a 35-year career.
Warriors Coach Steve Kerr's Marijuana Admission Could Spark DialogueSteve Kerr's players believe his voice can go far in starting a serious, thoughtful dialogue in professional sports regarding pot use for pain relief.
Gov. Jerry Brown Expresses Sadness On Oakland FireCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown has issued a statement of condolences after a deadly fire in Oakland, Calif. left at least nine people dead.
Police Use 'fake news' In Sting Aimed At California GangA California police chief is defending his decision to issue a fake press release reporting the arrest of two gang members as a ruse to mislead rivals who planned to kill them.
9 Dead, Many Still Missing In Oakland Warehouse Party FireAt least nine people died in a blaze that broke out during a party in a warehouse late Friday night in the San Francisco Bay Area, according to fire officials.
Levi Strauss Stores To Ban GunsIn an open letter written this week .. The c-e-o of the San Francisco-based "Levi Strauss" jeans company asked customers to leave their legal weapons at home .. If they plan to shop at a Levi’s.

Sherri Papini

Chains And Branded Skin: Sherri Papini Kidnap Case Baffles CopsThree weeks after Sherri Papini disappeared, the question of whether she was dead or alive was answered when the young mother and wife was spotted waving frantically for help along a California freeway early on Thanksgiving morning.
Sheriff Searching For Motive In Sherri Papini KidnappingThe Spanish-speaking suspects kept the head of 34-year-old victim Sherri Papini covered at times, limiting her ability to provide descriptions so authorities could draw sketches
Full Text Of Nov. 30 Press Conference About Sherri Papini's AbductionShasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko held a press conference Tuesday and shared more information about Sherri Papini's kidnapping, including injuries she received.

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Levi Strauss Stores To Ban GunsIn an open letter written this week .. The c-e-o of the san Francisco-based "Levi Strauss" jeans company asked customers to leave their legal weapons at home .. If they plan to shop at a Levi’s. The request is worldwide .. And one Sacramento county man .. Didn't take to well to the announcement.
Teacher Killed in South Sacramento HomeHomicide detectives were back out at the crime scene just 24 hours after a young mother was gunned down in her own home.
Community Comes Together For Paralyzed TeenIt started as the story about a boy named Ivan Contreras, a teenager paralyzed in a trampoline accident on Labor Day Weekend. Now, the story continues with a generous donation from a complete stranger who lives 50 miles away.
Hate Letters Sent To Local MosquesDavis is the latest California city to get a hate letter threatening the city’s Muslim Community. The letters are being sent from a group known as Americans for a Better Way.
Man Accused In Stockton Bank Robbery, Kidnapping Plead GuiltyThe incident stems from the 2015 Bank of the West robbery that rocked the community.
Noon Forecast - Dec. 2, 2016Find out what kind of weather to expect this weekend.
Woodland Home Puts On Impressive Light ShowImagine being this Woodland resident's neighbor and having to compare to him.

Marijuana In California

Now That Pot Is Legal, Can I Smoke It At Work?Bottom line: You can't come to work high. You can still be drug tested. And you can still be fired - or not hired - for failing a drug test even if you're not the least bit impaired at work.
With Marijuana Legalized, California Plans How To Collect TaxesState analysts have estimated that state and local governments could eventually collect over $1 billion annually from the production and sale of legal pot.
Questions Remain After Sacramento City Council Legalizes Marijuana CultivationThe council will continue working out the details of the ordinance. It's unclear when permits will be issued, but it likely won't happen before the end of the year.
Sacramento City Council Passes Marijuana Cultivation Ordinance, Tables Delivery For NowIn a late night session, City Councilman Schenirer motioned to pass the ordinance with a few nuanced changes about fines for illegal operations and more structure in the neighborhood outreach plan.
Marijuana Advocates Worried If Jeff Sessions Named Attorney GeneralSupporters and opponents of marijuana legalization woke up to the news on Friday. Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions is Donald Trump's choice as the nation’s top law enforcement official.
Proposition 64: Marijuana Changes Will Have Big Impact On Certain Pot ChargesOne of the provisions that takes effect immediately is the decriminalization of certain pot charges, which is having a dramatic impact on hundreds of lives.

Politics

Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones Reflects On Congressional Loss To Rep. Ami BeraJones seemed comfortable with his coffee mug in hand walking through the halls of the sheriff's department on Thursday morning.
Supermajorities Could Spark Conflicts Among California DemocratsNow that voters have created Democratic supermajorities in both houses of the California Legislature, they should expect to see more conflict between liberals and moderates in the party and even tension with Gov. Jerry Brown, another Democrat.
Unprompted, Trump Tweets People Who Burn The American Flag Should Face ConsequencesDonald Trump says that anyone who burns an American flag should face unspecified "consequences," such as jail or a loss of citizenship.
Proposition 66: California Voters Approve Faster Death Penalty ProcessProposition 66 continued to hold a 51 percent margin of support Tuesday after two weeks of counting millions of ballots in a contentious race that also saw voters reject a dueling measure to end executions.
Drill, Baby, Drill? Election Reignites Offshore-Oil DebateThe controversy over drilling for oil in the Atlantic Ocean has been reignited by the election of Donald Trump, and environmentalists and coastal businesses say it could be the first major fault line that divides them from the new president.
Latino-Majority City Council Readying For Immigration Fight In WoodlandWith Donald Trump becoming president, the new council members say they're gearing up for a long fight to protect undocumented immigrants in Woodland.

Sports News & Buzz

Warriors Coach Steve Kerr's Marijuana Admission Could Spark DialogueSteve Kerr's players believe his voice can go far in starting a serious, thoughtful dialogue in professional sports regarding pot use for pain relief.
49ers Week 13 Injury Report: San Francisco Still Suffering From Injuries, But Getting HealthierThe San Francisco 49ers have a bad defense this season, and part of the problem has been a lot of injuries. Not only did the 49ers lose the heart and soul of the defense (NaVorro Bowman) earlier this year to a season-ending injury, but linebacker Aaron Lynch has been absent for most of the season due to suspension and injury. The S.F. organization has not been able to fill this void, and Lynch is still questionable for Sunday's game in Chicago.
Raiders Injury Report: Murray and Crabtree Questionable, McGee Again OutSitting in the AFC West catbird's seat at 9-2, the Raiders hold a game lead over Kansas City (8-3), with a two-game edge on defending Super Bowl champion Denver (7-4). That said there is much to be decided before the end of the regular season in the evening hours of New Year's Day.
Brad Miller Joins The Lo-Down - 12/2Former Sacramento King Brad Miller joins the guys to talk about his time with the Kings, the NBA now, and his hunting trips.

Eat.See.Play

Teens Sell Baked Goods To Help Paralyzed Classmate In DixonWhile most teens spend their free time at the mall or hanging out with friends, these students baked for a teenager their didn’t even know.
Tips For Staying Healthy During Your Holidays TravelFive helpful tips on helping you stay healthy during your holiday travels
Best Family-Friendly Holiday Events In SacramentoThere are many ways for families to have fun to celebrate the season in Sacramento, including riding the Polar Express with Santa, watching Ralphie Parker’s holiday hijinks, singing carols and experiencing both classic and less traditional versions of The Nutcracker.
5 Best European Ski ResortsStart planning your next ski vacation to one of the top European ski resorts
Best 24 Hour Diners In Sacramento24 hour diners provide customers with the ability to eat delicious food or satisfy specific cravings anytime of the day.
Thanksgiving Weekend Travel TipsFive helpful tips to make your Thanksgiving weekend travel less stressful and more pleasant
Best Black Wednesday Bars In SacramentoBy the time the night before Thanksgiving, also known as Black Wednesday, rolls around, many people just want to visit with old buddies before the festivities begin the next day. These local establishments are perfect spots to catch up with special friends; just call ahead for hours, as things can change around the holidays.
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