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Nevada City Business Owners Say Boardwalk Attracts Homeless, Scares Customers

It was meant to attract business but some business owners say this boardwalk is attracting drugs, loitering and crime and it’s bad for business.

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Elk Grove Residents Upset Fast-Food Restaurants Are Feeding Homeless

With the city’s population growing some are concerned the idea of homeless congregating around fast-food restaurants is growing with it.

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Police: Men Hunted Victim In Midtown Sacramento On Periscope

With Gonzalez narrating the entire time, the two men claim they’re on their way to take care of a man who may be with one of their girlfriends.

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Legionnaires’ Disease Sends Inmate At San Quentin To Hospital

The water has been shut off at California’s oldest prison after an inmate was hospitalized with a confirmed case of Legionnaires’ disease, officials said Friday.

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K9 Officer Hurt During Marijuana Grow Raid Near Lassen National Forest

A police dog was injured during a marijuana grow raid near the Lassen National Forest Thursday.

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Deputies Investigating String Of Daylight Burglaries In Pollock Pines

A string of daylight burglaries in El Dorado County has deputies on alert.

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Turlock Church Heavily Damaged In Fire

A Turlock church has been heavily damaged in a fire Friday morning.

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Pedestrian Struck, Killed By Car In Citrus Heights

Officers are investigating an accident that killed a pedestrian late Thursday night.

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Millions In California Taxpayer Money Earmarked For Charities Goes Unspent

If you filled out a California income tax form and checked a box to donate to specific charities, don’t be so sure your money went to a good cause.



Call Kurtis: Should You Have To Pay Upgrade Fees For Home Warranty Repairs?

He says the contractor AHS sent out demanded extra $2,156 to update his AC units piping and ductwork.



Sacramento State President Proposes Incentives To Fix 9 Percent On-Time Graduation Rate

Nelsen announced plans for cash incentives to help students graduate on time, including a $500 tuition credit for taking 15 credit hours in a semester.


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West Sacramento Playground Equipment Geared Toward Fighting Childhood Obesity

For Diego and Johnathan Garcia, the Bryte Park playground doesn’t mean burning calories on your typical swing and slide set. They’re bouncing between crayon-colored training equipment with a full-body workout in mind.


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Wragg Fire

The Wragg threatened homes in Napa County in an area west of Winters.

The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco during its construction.   (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Looking Back: Golden Gate Bridge

On May 27, 1937, the Golden Gate bridge was opened to the public, connecting San Francisco and Marin counties.

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