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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.
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.
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.
The tour draws tens of thousands of people to Downtown Sacramento, and for the first time this year, women will be a part of the daylong event.
On April 7, Tala Lealao-Taiao was posting pictures of her new baby grandson on Facebook. Three days later, she would be killed when a FedEx truck crossed the median and hit the tour bus she was driving.
ELK GROVE (CBS13) — Billed by her old cable company three months after she switched to a new company! When Irene Torres said it would take months to fix, it was time to Call Kurtis. […]
Years of use and abuse has run Sacramento State University’s track ragged. But, workers were out Monday to breathe new life into the track – just in time for the U.S. Track and Field Championship.
Valley stargazers are in for a special treat tonight: a total lunar eclipse.
A California-bound Southwest Airlines flight was diverted to Omaha, Neb. on Sunday after witnesses said a passenger tried to open a door.
Federal transportation authorities are investigating ways to minimize death and injuries in bus crashes following the fiery wreck that left 10 dead when a FedEx truck slammed into a tour bus carrying high school students in Northern California.
Investigators say the FedEx driver in Thursday’s horrific crash was driving from Weed back to Sacramento-area where he lived.