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Many in Tracy say a park dedicated to local veterans has fallen into disrepair after vandals and years of use have taken their toll.
“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.
Lanes on 47th Avenue in Sacramento were blocked Monday after a big rig carrying milk overturned.
Fire crews are investigating a blaze in Fair Oaks that ripped through a vacant home.
Police have no leads in the investigation of a hit-and-run driver who killed a Vietnam War veteran last month, but his family is now giving away a classic muscle car for information leading to the suspect’s capture.
Martin Esho was 14 when he came to the United States from Syria, couldn’t speak English and all he knew was the alphabet.
This isn’t a parking lot or a drag strip, this is video from earlier this afternoon on normally busy Business 80.
A sideshow stopped traffic on Business 80 near Cal Expo Sunday afternoon.
Authorities have identified the teen shot and killed near a Fair Oaks-area park Friday night.
Marcelo Marquez, the man accused of killing two local sheriff’s deputies last fall, is scheduled to appear in court this week. It’s a case that highlights the dangers our law enforcement officers face every day.
Police in Stockton are urging the public to come forward and help to identify a burglar caught on video.