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Firefighters are battling a fire south of Grass Valley that has prompted evacuations and destroyed a couple of homes Saturday afternoon.
The thieves had to cut through multiple locks to get into the metal storage container on the campus of Folsom Middle School, where the church has two weekly Sunday services for 500 members. Taken items include musical instruments, and audio board, projectors and lighting equipment.
But districts need more people like her as they struggle to keep enough drivers behind the wheel. Drivers are either retiring or leaving for other jobs as the economy improves.
Stanislaus NAACP President Frank Johnson says rumors are swirling about male Ceres public safety department employees putting video cameras under a female worker’s desk and in changing rooms.
U.S. District Judge John Sedwick allowed Fred McQuire to be listed on his spouse’s death certificate, marking another development in the national debate over gay marriage as state and federal judges across the country have struck down bans in more than a dozen states at a rapid rate since a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling last year.
In some areas the highway will be cut down to two lanes, and some ramps will be shut down, including one running from Westbound Highway 50 to Northbound Interstate 5.
Work in North Sacramento was one of 31 different projects in the greater Sacramento area as volunteers respond to the needs of the poor.
Nick Diaz, a professional mixed martial arts fighter from Stockton, was arrested on suspicion of DUI last week, police confirm.
Behind the construction fences, past the caution tape and into the trenches, work crews are on the attack – hustling around the clock to tear down 80,000 tons of concrete and move 4,000 tons of steel, electrical, and 14,000 tons of debris.
The River City Bank in Granite Bay was robbed just before 10:30 a.m. Friday, deputies say.
An Elk Grove family of four lost everything after their home caught fire early Friday morning.