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Fix 50: Getting Around The Gridlock Will Add Significant Time To Commutes

Commuters beware: Your drive to and from work could be getting a whole lot longer for the next few months.



Mother Believes Assemblywoman’s Husband Accused Of Abusing Child Got Off Easy

Tonight, Rod Olsen is off the hook, thanks to a plea deal where his only crime making a loud noise. The mother believes Olsen, husband of Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen, got away with a crime he committed.


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Fix 50 Project Raises Issues, Opportunities For Sacramento Businesses

The Fix 50 project will first close down some eastbound lanes on the W-X viaduct starting on Tuesday, then westbound lanes will be closed. No closures will take place over Memorial Day weekend.


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Customers Step Up To Refill Stolen Autism Donations From Turlock Store

The store is collecting the money for Autism Speaks in the name of a 9-year-old boy with the condition. It donated $30 back to the fund after the theft.


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Tax Day Also Final Day For Covered California Enrollment

It’s not just tax day. Tuesday also is the two-week extension deadline to sign up for health coverage through California’s insurance exchange.


Photo of the eclipse taken by Brian Day, Director of Education and Public Outreach at Ames Research Center. (Credit: NASA)

Full Lunar Eclipse Delights Americas

Sky-gazers in North and South America were treated to a full lunar eclipse — at least those fortunate enough to have clear skies.


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NTSB Examining FedEx Driver’s Last 72 Hours Before Orland Tour Bus Crash

The last three days of Tim Evans’ life are under examination, as investigators comb through cellphone records and gas station surveillance video along the truck’s route to determine if he had enough rest.


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Grass Valley Transgender Teen Shares His Journey To Help Others

Born a girl, the last of 6 children, the 17-year-old left a letter for his mom that put into words what he felt for so long, but never quite knew how to say it.


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First Boston Marathon Is Where Paths Cross In Runner’s Life

Laura Gordon was shaken by the news that her brother-in-law and sister were both along the Boston Marathon course when two bombs went off near the finish line last year.


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FBI Warning College Students Studying Overseas Could Be Recruited As Foreign Spies

UC Davis is a leader in study abroad programs in the state, sending more than 1,200 students to more than 45 countries every year.



Boston Marathon Bombings: Sacramento Marathoners Ready To Run Again

Michelle La Sala remembers the chaos in Boston on April 15, 2013. She finished the race and was in her 21st-floor hotel room when the horrific scene played out. Two bombs killed three people and injured hundreds more.