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Woman Admits To Making Ricin, Testing It On Neighbors At Retirement HomeA 70-year-old woman accused of manufacturing the deadly toxin ricin and testing it on fellow residents at a retirement community has pleaded guilty to possessing it.
Police Taking Measures To Protect K-9s From Potential Opioid OverdosesIt’s no secret that being a police officer can be a dangerous job, but now, officers are facing a new enemy that can be virtually invisible and deadly to their closest allies.
Study: 1 In 4 Parents Admit To Changing Violent Fairy TalesAs a child, we all had our favorite fairytales. But, do they still hold up?
Sacramento Sheriff's K-9 Stabbed By Wanted Sex OffenderA Sacramento County Sheriff’s K-9 was nearly killed Saturday morning after being stabbed by a man on the run from deputies.
Police: Dad Left Daughter Locked In Car For 2 Hours While He Was In CourtA father was arrested on Thursday for leaving his 4-year-old daughter in a locked car for two hours while he was inside a Florida courthouse for a hearing.
These Are The Victims Of The Santa Fe High School ShootingHere's what we know about the victims of the Santa Fe High School Shooting.
Crawford Stays Hot, Homers In Giants' 9-4 Win Over RockiesBrandon Crawford credited a tip from Giants teammates Pablo Sandoval and Gregor Blanco for helping get his season turned around at the plate.
Reno-Area School District No Longer Bans Pro-Gun ClothingThe northern Nevada school district that serves the Reno area no longer bans pro-gun clothing.
Columbian Cyclists Take AMGEN Tour Of CaliforniaThe organizers of the Tour of California ought to consider changing its name to "Tour Of Columbians In California."
A's Pinder Hits Grand Slam And Come From Behind To Beat Blue Jays 5-4Chad Pinder hit his first career grand slam and the Athletics overcame a four-run deficit, rallying to score five times in the eighth inning to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-4.
Golden Gate Bridge Toll Rises 25 Cents, More Hikes PossibleHow do you feel about Golden Gate Bridge toll going up by 25 cents?
SF To Distribute Addiction Treatment Drug Directly To UsersSan Francisco's mayor plans to put medical teams on the streets to distribute a drug that curbs heroin cravings in opioid addicts, an initiative he says will be the first in the country.