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An 8,000-mile manhunt that began with that 2008 shooting in Sacramento, possibly moved to Canada, and ended five years later in India.
A real-life Grinch stole Christmas from a Stockton home by stealing their Grinch Christmas decoration.
The CHP says David Longenecker, 25 of Sacramento, didn’t see the FedEx truck slowing and slammed into it, forcing the car under the truck.
Now is the time to start protecting those outside plants and gardens to keep the foliage from folding under this cold snap.
It’s a message staring drivers in the face, and offending many of them. Carved into a hill in Solano County near Vacaville, it tells drivers to occupy a certain three-letter word.
An alleged thief surprised police by returning to the scene of the crime after forgetting something he apparently was not willing to live without.
The FBI says one of their most-wanted fugitives has been caught and will be on his way back to the US to face charges in a deadly shooting at a local Sikh sports tournament in 2008.
They were forced out of their homeless camp when it shut down. Now former residents of Placerville’s Hangtown Haven are looking for places to stay warm.
A fire damaged more than a dozen classrooms at a local elementary school over Thanksgiving break. Now teachers are drawing up new lesson plans to learn.
Billboards with messages from a local atheist group are going up all around Sacramento to reach those of a similar mindset during the Christmas season.
Crooks are cashing in on Cyber Monday. Three people were arrested for making phony credit cards, using other people’s identities.