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Man Arrested For Allegedly Threatening People Inside El Dorado County BusinessA man was arrested on Sunday after he allegedly pulled out a knife and threatened people with it inside a Diamond Springs business.
1 Feared Dead In Fire At Residential Building In OaklandFirefighters battled a 4-alarm fire in a 3-story residential building in Oakland this morning.
Mom, Son Killed In Head-On Crash In Sacramento CountyA head-on crash on Jackson Road in Sacramento County has claimed the lives of a mother and her child.
Community Remembers Quadruple Homicide VictimsSacramento police wrapped a four-day murder investigation in the 1100 block of 35th Avenue on Sunday, allowing for the community to set up a memorial on the drive way of the house four people were killed. The road to the neighborhood may be back open, but now, it’s the long road to healing for resident.
Kings Rally From 18 Down In Fourth To Stun Clippers 98-97Willie Cauley-Stein made a follow shot with two seconds left and the Sacramento Kings rallied from an 18-point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 98-97 on Sunday.
Vigil Held For Quadruple Homicide VictimsA vigil was held Saturday evening on the same block where four people – including two children - were killed on Thursday in Sacramento.
Florida State Brings Its Defense To Defeat Oregon StateIvey Slaughter started swiping to help Florida State discover its best defense from all angles, and the third-seeded Seminoles erased a daunting deficit and ran right into the Stockton Regional final with a 66-53 win over second-seeded Oregon State on Saturday.
Massive Sinkhole Has Grass Valley Dreading RainEarlier this year, a large sinkhole formed on Freeman Lane during the winter storms in just a matter of hours. The city is working to plan to fix it as the threat of more storms looms overhead.
Veterans Vow Fight Against Dakota Access Pipeline Isn't OverRobin Gage acknowledges it will create jobs, but she’s worried more Americans aren’t concerned about the environmental impact - from global warming to oil spills. She says the Trump administration is putting profit over public safety.
New Home For Greek Food Festival To Be Dedicated On SaturdayIt has been nearly 30 years since the Greek Orthodox community has been able to hold large events in its own neighborhood.
Jaime Coffee A Trailblazing Voice Inside ArenasBy day, Jaime Coffee is a spokesperson for the California Highway Patrol. But in her off time, she’s courtside as the voice for thousands inside arenas.
Turlock Mayor Challenges City To Fly 1,000 Flags Outside Homes, BusinessesThe mayor of Turlock is calling for a wave of patriotism throughout the city, hoping to have 1,000 American flags outside homes, businesses, city streets and buildings this year.

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