Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz Visits Sacramento For Private FundraiserWhile other candidates campaigned at the state GOP convention in San Francisco, Texas Senator Ted Cruz took a detour to Sacramento to attend a fundraising event.
Davis Police Arrest Suspect For Series Of Sexual Assaults At LibraryA man wanted in connection to a series of sexual assaults on a teenage boy in a Davis Library is now behind bars.
Man And His Dog Die In Suspicious FireA man and his dog are dead following a fire in Seal Beach that authorities are calling suspicious.
Dad Accused Of Leaving Baby In Car And Going Into GymPolice say a father left his 8-month-old daughter in an unlocked car with the engine running for about an hour while he went inside a Los Angeles gym.
Oldest Japanese-American Newspaper May Close In DecemberThe oldest Japanese-American newspaper could close in December unless it doubles its subscribers or raise about $500,000 in revenue.
Big Rig Driver Accused Of Running From Scene Of Deadly CrashAuthorities say the driver of a big-rig that crushed a pickup truck in a Los Angeles suburb unhitched the trailer and fled the scene after the fatal crash.
Man Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison For Burning Dog AliveSacramento Superior Court Judge Lawrence Brown called the crime "an unspeakable affront to societal norms."
Judge Says Police Improperly Targeted Gay Men In Sting OperationA judge says Long Beach police improperly targeted gay men with sting operations in public bathrooms.
Tommy Kono, Olympic Weightlifting Champion From Sacramento, Dies in HawaiiKono was a frail, asthmatic 14-year-old when a neighbor first gave him a dumbbell at the Tule Lake internment center in Northern California, where he lived with his family for most of World War II.
Jailed Founder Of Club For Ultrarich Files For Bankruptcy As He Pleads FifthHe won't answer judge's demands to reveal what happened to hundreds of millions of dollars he drained from the resort before its bankruptcy.
Can South Dakota Force California Company Newegg To Pay Online Sales Tax?A 1992 U.S. Supreme Court decision bans states from forcing out-of-state retailers to collect taxes if they don't have a physical presence in the state.
'The Death Cure' On Hold As 'Maze Runner' Star Recovers From InjuriesPrincipal photography on "Maze Runner: The Death Cure" has been further delayed to allow star Dylan O'Brien more time to recover from injuries he suffered during the shoot in mid-March.

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