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The two fire departments in the city of Davis share much of the same coverage area, but a decision to merge the two is coming with criticism and concern.
Modesto police say one of their officers has shot and wounded an armed man.
An employee claims he rejected unwanted advances by Alexander Gonzalez, Jr., the son of university president Alexander Gonzalez.
She was hanging in the men’s room of Sacramento’s Citizen Hotel. He was drunk at a wedding. They left together, but it wasn’t meant to be.
Denise Wilder pleaded no contest in May to two felony child abuse counts and a count of child neglect that resulted in the 2012 death of McKinley Wilder.
Art Luna, who owns Luna’s Cafe, is fed up with people without disabilities illegally using handicapped placards to park for free, right in front of his business all day.
In a well-kept neighborhood, filled with holiday cheer, police say Philip and Murissa Ching were dealing drugs right out of their home.
The quarries are now fenced off, but may soon become a recreation hotspot with zip lining, rock climbing, trails, and even an amphitheater.
Six people are accused of working as subcontractors for three auto windshield repair companies, getting paid multiple times for one repair.
Under the city’s guidelines, a warming center is opened at the veterans hall. But the Nevada City city manager says if the hall is rented out, it can’t be used as a homeless shelter.
Verizon had a limited-time deal, offering savings of $140 for her family, she said. She made the switch nine days before her contract ended, planning to just pay off the pro-rated remaining nine days of her AT&T contract.