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The California Highway Patrol had it towed to City Wide Towing of Lodi where she learned, she’d have to pay more than $300 to get it out. If she couldn’t come up with that money, it would cost $50 a day to store it.
Dozens of demonstrators left the corner and lined up across Florin Road, blocking traffic for minutes at a time. Some drivers were so angered they got out of their cars to confront the crowd.
“When these kids leave here after these two days they’re going to learn more than just basketball skills which is dear to my heart,” Former Sacramento Monarch Ruthie Boldon said.
The Woodland Police Department acquired a mine-resistant armored vehicle the city of Davis rejected for its department. The department says the vehicle will save them money, as it will replace their current armored vehicle that is almost 30 years old.
A thief took off with artwork made by children, leaving them puzzled who would steal from them.
A Bay Area construction company faces more than $100,000 in fines after two workers fell to their death in Winters this past May.
A group of hopefuls tried out for a spot on what could be Sacramento’s first Major League Soccer team.
One person is dead and dozens more have been injured after a tour bus crash north of Redding.
A police officer and an innocent bystander were hurt after a shootout in downtown Sonora late Saturday night.
From the outside, it looks like the folks inside Arcade Church are simply serving up and enjoying a nice Thanksgiving dinner.
Police say that officers serving a search warrant found loaded guns in the possession of a convicted felon.