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9 People Shot Monday Night In Stockton In 5 Separate Incidents

Police in Stockton are investigating a series of shootings Monday night that left nine people injured.

05/26/2015

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Texas Storms May Be Precursor Of Drought-Busting El Nino For California

The nonstop rains pummeling Texas and Oklahoma are probably influenced by a building El Nino in the Pacific Ocean. If a full-blown El Nino develops, that could mean drought-busting conditions in California this fall or winter.

05/25/2015

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Child Dies In San Joaquin River Boating Accident Near Lathrop

Investigators say 10 people—five adults and five children—were on board the boat around 4 p.m. when it hit rocks and overturned. Deputies say the impact caused all 10 to be thrown from the boat into the water.

05/25/2015

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Stockton Pool Faces Costly Cleanup After Vandals Throw Motor Oil Over Fence

There were a lot of disappointed kids in Stockton on Monday after they found swim team practice was canceled. And it may stay closed for the summer.

05/25/2015

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Veterans Hospital Quilt Carries Names Of Iraq War’s Fallen Soldiers

At the Northern California Veterans Hospital, every day is a day to remember the heroes making the ultimate sacrifice for our country. But on this Memorial Day, veterans have a new gift—sewing together stories of sacrifice.

05/25/2015

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Davis Weighs Solutions For Cutting Water In Drought

Watering the grass or the trees? Davis, like many California cities, is grappling with water choices in reaching its 28 percent water conservation mandate from the state.

05/25/2015

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Oakland A’s Fans Come Out To See New Triple-A Affiliate Come To Sacramento After Switch

After more than a decade as a minor-league affiliate for the A’s, the River Cats switched to the San Francisco Giants in the offseason. The Nashville Sounds are now the triple-A home of the A’s

05/25/2015

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Folsom Wounded Veteran Run Attracts Thousands

The 5th annual Memorial Day Wounded Veteran Run attracted people showing love to service men and women by raising tens of thousands of dollars for national and local veteran-support nonprofits.

05/25/2015

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Vandals, Time Take Toll On Tracy’s Veterans Park

Many in Tracy say a park dedicated to local veterans has fallen into disrepair after vandals and years of use have taken their toll.

05/25/2015

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Sacramento Police Warning Thieves Going To Great Heights To Steal Bikes

“It can be a matter of two to five seconds if a person has scoped out the bike that they want, go up there, clip it and ride away on it,” said Sacramento Police Sgt. Rachel Ellis.

05/25/2015

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Overturned Big Rig Filled With Milk Blocks Sacramento Roadway

Lanes on 47th Avenue in Sacramento were blocked Monday after a big rig carrying milk overturned.

05/25/2015