Local News

Shifting Winds Make Trailhead Fire Difficult To ContainThe fire grew from 250 acres to 1,000 acres in 24 hours and is only 12 percent contained with 2,600 structures threatened.
Elk Grove Teen Paralyzed In Pool Accident Days After GraduationA family is waiting for a miracle after a diving accident left their 18-year-old star soccer player paralyzed.
Call For Drone Regulations Grows As Eight Air Tankers Grounded In Trailhead FireEight air tankers used to drop water and retardant on the flames have been grounded because of the drone interference over the past two days.
Thieves Steal $12,000 Of Fireworks From Rio Linda Little LeagueThieves stole around $12,000 worth of merchandise from the community little league baseball team’s fireworks stand.
New Cameras Track Wildfires Around Lake Tahoe And BeyondThe network of roughly 20 high-definition cameras being installed around the Lake Tahoe region can pan, tilt and zoom into fires.
Trailhead Fire Evacuations Expand As Fire Hits 1,000 Acres It’s 12 percent contained but in the high summer temperatures, Cal Fire doesn’t expect the flames to die down soon.

Politics

California Seeks Fix On Sex-Offender Reporting RequirementCalifornia lawmakers are trying to fix a flawed voter-approved initiative that required registered sex offenders to disclose their email addresses and other electronic information to authorities.
Obama Scheduled To Visit Yosemite, Other National ParksAfter an emotionally trying week, President Barack Obama is heading West to celebrate the raw beauty of America's national parks as the system nears its 100th birthday, and highlight challenges threatening it over the next 100 years, including climate change and chronic underfunding by Congress.
John McCain: Obama 'Directly Responsible' For Orlando RampageRepublican Sen. John McCain says President Barack Obama is "directly responsible" for the mass shooting in Orlando because Obama has allowed the growth of the Islamic State group on his watch.
California Lawmakers Approve Gun-Violence Research CenterCalifornia's state budget includes $5 million for a gun violence research center at the University of California.
California Democrats Advance Gun Control Bills After Orlando ShootingDemocratic California lawmakers are advancing a sweeping array of gun control legislation days after the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
Kamala Harris, Loretta Sanchez Claim Runoff Spots In California US Senate RaceCalifornia U.S. Senate candidate Kamala Harris claimed one of two spots in the November runoff Tuesday, moving the state attorney general into a potentially historic election.

California

New Cameras Track Wildfires Around Lake Tahoe And BeyondThe network of roughly 20 high-definition cameras being installed around the Lake Tahoe region can pan, tilt and zoom into fires.
Authorities Consider Euthanizing Dogs That Fatally Mauled InfantAuthorities are trying to decide whether to euthanize two dogs after they mauled a 3-day-old baby to death in Fresno.
Police Investigate Threats Against Middle School After Teacher Takes Part In State Capitol ProtestBerkeley police are investigating threats made against a middle school after one of its teachers took part in a weekend protest in Sacramento against a white nationalist group that turned violent.
Uber Software Tracks Drivers For High Speed, Sudden StopsUsing smartphone sensors to peek over its drivers' shoulders, Uber is promising to keep a closer eye on their behavior - while discouraging speeding or slamming on the brakes.
Mothers, 4 Children Killed In Fiery Crash Near Los AngelesA fiery minivan wreck killed two mothers and their four children early Tuesday, while the two hysterical fathers of the families were held back from the fast-moving flames.
California Marijuana Legalization Qualifies For November BallotAn initiative that would legalize recreational marijuana use in California has qualified for the November ballot.

Business

PepsiCo Bringing Back Aspartame To Its ProductsAspartame is back in Pepsi products. PepsiCo is putting the sweetener back in its beverages less than a year after removing it over safety concerns.
State Senator Proposes Bill To Allow Advertising On Caltrans SignsA state Senator is pushing to bring much-needed funding for California roads through a public-private partnership that is set to not cost taxpayers a dime.
Home-Delivery Pot Company's Snack Pairings A Hit With Women Medical marijuana can now be delivered right to your door in a box, but you need a prescription.
California Farm Board Backs Ruling On Election InterferenceThe California farm labor board has upheld a court ruling that one of the nation's largest fruit growers interfered as employees were deciding whether to reject union representation.
California-Based Sport Chalet To Close All Its StoresSouthern California-based Sport Chalet says it has begun closing all its stores and has stopped selling merchandise online.
Orders For New Tesla Model Reach 276,000Worldwide orders for the new lower-priced Tesla electric car hit 276,000 over the weekend, surprising even the company's CEO, who says it may force Tesla to open another factory.

Health

FDA Approves First Pill To Treat All Forms Of Hepatitis CFederal health officials on Tuesday approved the first pill to treat all major forms of hepatitis C, the latest in a series of drug approvals that have reshaped treatment of the liver-destroying virus.
California Doctors Uneasy About Prescribing Lethal DrugsTerry Petrovich asked her oncologist point blank: "Am I going to count on you to help me achieve a good death?"
Bid To Raise California Tobacco Tax Nears November BallotA well-financed campaign whose backers include billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer, medical groups and organized labor has collected enough signatures for a ballot measure to raise California's cigarette tax by $2 per pack, officials said.
DMV Says No Headwrap In Photo For Roseville Woman Battling CancerIn renewing her license at the DMV, she passed her eye exam, but Maria said they wouldn't take her picture unless she removed her cap.
Trader Joe’s Expands Initial Frozen Food Recall On Listeria ConcernsTrader Joe’s has expanded its recall of frozen food products due to a possible Listeria contamination.
One Mom's Facebook Post Helps Another Mom Spot Son's LeukemiaFritz, 3, was diagnosed with leukemia in October, but if it wasn’t for a total stranger’s post on social media, he may not be where he is today.

Entertainment

Jesus Christ Virtual Reality Movie Coming From 'Paranormal Activity' VR CompanyAutumn Productions and VRWerx announced plans Wednesday to release the live-action film "Jesus VR - The Story of Christ" on all major VR platforms this Christmas.
Film Academy Invites 683 New Members To Join, Move Towards DiversitySix months after announcing intentions to double the number of female and minority members in its ranks by 2020, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has invited 683 new members to join the organization.
Jury Finds Led Zeppelin Did Not Steal Riff For 'Stairway to Heaven'
Al Pacino, The Eagles Among Kennedy Center HonoreesThis year's Kennedy Center honorees include musicians who span genres including pop, rock, gospel, blues, folk and classical — and an actor known for his extraordinary range.
‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ To Broadcast Live During Political Conventions"The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" will broadcast two weeks of live shows during the political conventions in July.
'Wonder Woman' Lynda Carter To Play President On 'Supergirl'Wonder Woman has signed on to play the president on "Supergirl."

Tech

Apple Applies For Patent To Disable iPhone Cameras At Certain LocationsApple’s latest patent describes a way to block the iPhone’s camera functions while at a concert, making it useless as a recording device.
Republican Governors Ask FCC To Jam Cellphone Signals In PrisonsThe cellphone industry has strongly opposed the use of localized jamming technology out of concern that it could set a precedent leading to much wider gaps in their networks.
Brooklyn Case Is Front Seat In iPhone Encryption FightApple expressed disappointment, saying its lawyers will press the question of whether the FBI has tried any other means to get into the phone in the Brooklyn case.
FBI Debates Whether To Share iPhone Hack With AppleJames Comey discussed the situation during a speech Wednesday evening at Kenyon College in Ohio. He called their ability to get into the iPhone a "technological corner case" and said the flaw the FBI exploited in Apple's software works only on a "narrow slice of phones"
Draft Of Senate Bill Would Outlaw Unbreakable EncryptionThe draft language ran into opposition from another committee member, Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., who said the proposal would require "American companies to build a backdoor" into devices.
Judge Orders Apple To Help FBI Retrieve Data In Another CaseThe Feb. 1 order from Magistrate Marian Bowler was unsealed Friday after the Massachusetts U.S. Attorney's office moved to have the information made public.

Blogs

Senior Moments: Concession SpeechFortunately, Del Paso Country Club has plenty of trees in all the right places which makes for a managable experience at the US Senior Open.
Senior Moments: Rough Around The EdgesAccording to many of the players at this year's US Senior Open, the fairway rough is one thing, but the rough around the greens can give you a stroke, physically.
Senior Moments: A Putt For The AgesFinishing his first round at the US Senior Open Tom Watson found himself grinding over a 35 foot birdie putt.
Senior Moments: Second Chance TourA few years back I played with a regular foursome of guys once a week. As most golfers may do, after a flubbed shot one might drop another ball and take a second practice shot.
Senior Moments: "I said gophers not golfers!"What kind of golf blog would this be if there wasn't a small tribute to the iconic movie Caddyshack?
Senior Moments: Parking PaloozaYou knew it was coming, what about parking at the US Senior Open this year?

CBS National News

Hitler's "Mein Kampf": Boston publisher changes policy
Big change on tap in Pentagon policy on transgender people
​Grizzly bear kills mountain biker near Glacier National Park
California police dog killed by friendly fire in line of duty
Longtime aide: Clinton didn't want "anybody" to see private emails
6/29: Turkey: Airport attack looks like ISIS' work; Woman's impromptu national anthem performance goes viral

CBS World News

Carnage as Taliban bomber hits police convoy
Teen Israeli girl stabbed to death in her bedroom
Rio anti-doping lab shut down weeks before Olympics
U.S. airports on high alert after Istanbul
Investigators working to identify Istanbul attackers
Turkey: Airport attack looks like ISIS' work

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