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Black Leadership Council Calls For Change In Stockton Police Shooting Procedures

After an officer-involved death, the officer is placed on at least three days paid-administrative leave and a city contracted psychologist must clear him or her to return to duty. Black Leadership Council president, Ralph Lee White argues the psychologist should be chosen at random for each incident.

01/29/2015

elk grove signs

Elk Grove Signs Raise Ire Of Residents, But Code Enforcement Staff Too Small To Keep Up

For many, it’s an eyesore. At this week’s city council meeting, one fed-up resident brought in a bunch of signs he collected throughout the city. But he was disappointment to learn there isn’t enough code enforcement staff to keep up with the signs.

01/29/2015

snow survey

Survey Reveals Less Snow In Sierra Than December After Dry, Warm January

The survey on Thursday found a snowpack water equivalent of just 2.3 inches in the scant snowpack near Echo Summit, about 90 miles east of Sacramento.

01/29/2015

The weapons seized during Thursday's raid. (Credit: Nevada County Sheriff's Office)

Booby Trap, Drugs And Stash Of Guns Found At Convicted Felon’s Home

A booby trap was among the discoveries made by deputies during a raid of a convicted felon’s home Thursday.

01/29/2015

Davis Police

Davis Man Suspected Of Hitting Motorcyclist, Refusing To Call For Help Arrested

Police say a man suspected of hitting a motorcyclist then leaving the scene in Davis has been arrested.

01/29/2015

Scene at the Mercy Hospital. (Credit: CBS13)

UC Davis Medical Center Treating Possible Ebola Patient

The UC Davis Medical Center says they are treating a patient with a possible Ebola infection at the hospital Thursday morning.

01/29/2015

grow op

Crews Discover Suspected Marijuana Grow While Fighting Fire At Elk Grove Home

A fire ripped through a home in Elk Grove overnight, but it is what crews found after the flames were out that has police now investigating the scene.

01/29/2015

gas station

Overflow Crowd Speaks Out Against Proposed Curtis Park Safeway Gas Station

There were 200 chairs available for the meeting, but so many Curtis Park neighbors showed up that a big crowd had to listen from outside. What they wanted to hear was why Curtis Park village developers are now insisting on building a gas station that wasn’t part of the original plans, years in the making.

01/28/2015

judge religion

Judge Furious Over California Supreme Court Ban On Judges Serving As Boy Scout Leaders

Writing as a mom of a 13-year-old Boy Scout, she said she’s willingly given up many personal freedoms to become a judge, but called this “a slippery and really dangerous slope” that would lead to “the infringement of my right to free exercise of religion.”

01/28/2015

natomas building boom or bust

Army Corps Of Engineers Warns Natomas Levee Work May Not Start Until 2017

While Natomas is planning on a possible building boom once a moratorium is lifted this summer, a new concern from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers could have lots that have sat empty and undeveloped since 2008 stay that way for at least another decade.

01/28/2015

drought worse

Driest January In Years Leaves California Wondering If Drought Will Be Worse In 2015

Although this year’s wet season started out great with a strong December, there has been even less rain this January—typically the wettest month—than there was last year.

01/28/2015