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Police have taken a man into custody who was barricaded inside of a Rocklin home for hours on Tuesday morning.
Kevin Johnson wouldn’t show his hand when asked if he’d leave office if voters reject Measure L. “I don’t think I’ll be in a situation to have to make that decision,” he said. “I’m strongly considering running for a third term, I love my job, I haven’t made the final decision yet.”
The entire wall that’s usually covered in tools was bare. They thought they were long gone, as Kathy Long called 911. Only minutes later, Don noticed they weren’t alone.
It’s still hard to believe for many who counted on seeing Tom walking around Lodi every day. Many gathered on Monday to light candles for a dear friend who made them smile without ever saying a word.
A pastor for one of the largest congregations in the region is hitting the streets on a mission.
They said social media is a way for them to reach their constituents and they’re standing behind what they post and what they like online. The question is if voters like it and are in any way influenced by what they read in the posts.
The Sacramento Republic won the USL Pro championship in the team’s inaugural on Saturday with a 2-0 win over the Harrisburg City Islanders.
So far, only about 4 percent of larger water districts in the state are setting limits on individual water use. But in the San Juan Water District where people rely on Folsom Lake for all their water, individual household water allocation could become a reality too.
It’s the first legislation in the country that requires people to verbally agree to a sexual encounter. It involves “an affirmative, conscious and voluntary agreement” before students have sex. It’s aimed at protecting students who are drunk, drugged, unconscious or asleep and cannot grant consent.
Firefighters in South Sacramento are checking for hot spots after putting out a fire that damaged parts of a taqueria overnight.
On a day he’s hosting mayors from across the country in Sacramento to discuss the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mo., Mayor Kevin Johnson also opened up about his experiences with racial profiling.