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Police: 4 Dead In South Lake Park Home, Possible Suspect Detained In San FranciscoPolice say four people have been found dead inside a home in the South Land Park neighborhood of Sacramento. And one person has been detained.
2 Dead, 1 Injured In Stockton StabbingPolice in Stockton are investigating a double homicide.
Six Injured When Car Hits Law Enforcement Vehicles In South SacramentoSix people were taken to the hospital after a woman driving a car with two small children inside crashed into three law enforcement vehicles.
Sacramento Man Accused Of Stealing From Davis Kids KlubPolice say Mark Roberts allegedly insisted the payments be made in cash, delivered to him in a sealed envelope or a money order, made out to "Davis Kids Klub."
Sacramento High-Rise Cuts Cable News From Elevators To Reduce StressIts elevators climb 25 stories high. But now the TVs in those elevators are cutting cable news stations from its monitors. The 24-hour news is now off. National Geographic is on.
Sacramento Housing Plans For Homeless Have Some Irked Over LocationsThe city of Sacramento has new indoor housing plans for the homeless. But some Sacramento homeowners are not happy about all the locations the city has in mind.
Report Reiterates Need For Oroville Dam Spillway Fix By Next Rainy SeasonA five-member team of independent consultants released a report explaining the dire need for a spillway fix and, the tight schedule.
Whitney High Teacher Accused Of Being Intoxicated At SchoolErica Leslie Canup, 27, was arrested at Whitney High School just before 4 p.m. on Tuesday. Police say another teacher told the principal that Canup was allegedly drunk at school.
El Dorado County Registry Helps Find Missing People With AutismThe El Dorado County Sheriff's Office uses a special autism registry to help find them -- so far, 65 people with the disorder are on the registry, but the Sheriff's Office wants more people to sign up.
Sacramento Mayor Reacts Strongly When Cops Are Called Murderers At City Council MeetingThe discussion came after the city council declined to stop the release of video from the police shooting of Armani Lee
California Warns Trump Health Care Bill Would Cost State BillionsThe Republican health overhaul bill in Congress would cut federal payments for low-income health coverage in California by an estimated $6 billion in 2020 and more than $24 billion in a decade, Gov. Jerry Brown's administration said Wednesday.
California High-Speed Rail Project Dodges Latest ChallengeSacramento County Superior Court Judge Raymond Cadei ruled against a temporary restraining order sought by Kings County and other opponents.

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