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Chase Patterson was shocked to see a dog and its owner when he looked over the edge of a bluff right outside his grandparents’ home.
Sacramento Metro Fire is working to refund more than $1 million it wrongly collected from property owners but previously said it would not.
After the nearly 8-hour journey, the Google barge parked at its new home, where the city and port welcomed the tech giant with open arms.
Lt. Daniel Pauley received a hero’s welcome as he makes his way down the escalator with hugs and kisses from five beautiful blondes waiting at the bottom—one he’s holding for the very first time.
A federal judge ruled against the Yolo County Sheriff’s concealed weapons permit policy, meaning he may have to loosen his grip on permits.
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