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Stockton High School Student Awaiting Professional Boxing DebutGabriel Flores, Jr., 16, who lost his mother in a violent gang shooting says he’s doing it all for her. He can still remember his mother, Juanita Maldonado sitting in the stands, watching and cheering as he won fight after fight.
Elderly Woman Killed On High School Track IdentifiedHer sister was on her morning walk with her 86-year old neighbor Fusako Petrus on the running tracks they've walked countless times together. But this time, deputies say a complete stranger jumped out from behind a backstop of a baseball field. His first target was the 61-year-old.
Person Of Interest Identified In Deadly Attack At Highlands High School TrackA person arrested under suspicion of assaulting an elderly woman is being investigated as a person of interest in the homicide at the Highlands High School track.
Renewed Calls For Civil Defense Programs After North Korea Nuclear ThreatIt was a performance with a piercing finale – a North Korean musical production with video of a nuclear weapon hitting a US city, purportedly San Francisco.
Sections Of Highway 160 Slated For Overnight ClosuresSections of Highway 160 in North Sacramento will be partially closed at night during the spring and summer months for repairs.
Woman, 86, Killed In Random Attack At Highlands High School TrackDevastation traveled quickly around the Highlands High School neighborhood after an 86-year-old woman was beaten to death on the school’s track.
Gun Owners Looking To Abide By New Law Can't Register Assault RiflesGun owners looking to abide by the new California laws are hitting a major road block.
Crews Battle Fire At Abandoned West Sacramento MotelThe West Sacramento Fire Department responded to what it believes was an electrical fire at an abandoned hotel.
Children With Special Needs Get Uplifting Experience While Flying IndoorsIt was love at first flight for a group of special needs kids Wednesday evening. As part of its one-year anniversary, iFLY Sacramento celebrated people with disabilities by inviting them in for an uplifting experience with no barriers.
Getting Answers: Are Landslides Going To Continue In The Dry Season?As we transition to the dry season, are we going to see more landslides? Meteorologist Lisa Meadows is getting answers.
Berkeley Police Plan To Be 'Highly Visible' Thursday Despite Coulter's CancellationPolice at UC Berkeley say they are preparing to deploy a "highly visible" presence of officers on campus, despite the cancellation of Ann Coulter's speech on Thursday.
Suspect In Fresno Shooting Rampage Charged With 3 Counts Of MurderThe black suspect in a racially motivated shooting rampage in Fresno was charged Wednesday with three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of white men he targeted randomly on the street, prosecutors said.

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