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Authorities are asking for help in finding a missing teen considered at-risk.
Rico Harris has been missing for several weeks during a trip between Alhambra and Seattle.
Police are investigating a string of vandalisms that have hit two Woodland schools over the past three days.
A Sacramento man is under arrest on suspicion of domestic violence and attempted murder after police say he attacked a woman with an ax.
More than talk, this is now a big money campaign. Supporters of Measure L have amassed about $1 million in contributions, eclipsing the opposition roughly five-to-one.
Michael Tubbs is the youngest official ever to be elected in Stockton. His run for office was an inspiration to Stockton’s youth, and even talk show icon Oprah Winfrey endorsed the campaign.
Kirk uses the van to feed the homeless in Sacramento, and says there’s never been a crackdown on parking until now. He knows the van isn’t pretty, but it does the job in his church community outreach feeding the homeless.
Some cell companies want you to pre-pay for service, but Mary Kay Sager called Kurtis when her company refused to refund money she paid in advance.
Many Davis residents were concerned when they found out the department acquired a mine-resistant, ambush-protected armored vehicle. The MRAP was developed by the military for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. After Pentagon budget cuts, the vehicle has been making its way to local law enforcement.
Gail Bedell, 77, said she was absolutely touched when her friends put together a GoFundMe account to get her old van new tires that she desperately needed, but soon after getting the tires, her van was stolen from her own carport.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics says less than two percent of auto technicians and mechanics are women. UTI’s newest class has a school-record 55 women in it.