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She and two-dozen other wives of Auburn Police officers demonstrated at the courthouse on Friday, saying department cuts are jeopardizing their husbands’ and the community’s safety.
Weeks after his death, she realized Sutter Memorial Hospital made a mistake marking his death on his death certificate as July 14th, instead of July 15th.
Dr. Douglas Pleatman, 59, is a very well-known doctor in the area and owned an urgent care center for several years. Before that, he spent 23 years as an emergency room physician at Mercy Folsom Hospital.
Like a prehistoric dinosaur chewing up branches, The Claw was unleashed on unsuspecting plant debris in gutters that could cause flooding.
“Were expecting Mother Nature to cooperate,” she said. “We’d really like to have that, but we have a state-of-the-art snowmaking system and to get us open today it took a huge effort.”
The Santa Parade in Sacramento is struggling to get the money it needs, meaning the event is likely to be canceled.
A gym teacher in Stockton is on paid leave and faces criminal charges after he allegedly tried to force a high school student into the swimming pool during class.
The single-engine Piper PA24 went down at around 10 a.m. Friday morning in the town of Garberville, according to an FAA statement.
An El Dorado County homeowner took matters into his own hands after he caught two men allegedly trying to steal items from his property.
Talley Soriano was excited to find a 49ers ticket for the Thanksgiving Day game against the Seattle Seahawks. After she bought it, she called Ticketmaster, the company behind the ticket exchange. It was only then that she realized her seat wasn’t inside Levi Stadium – it was actually a parking spot outside.
A key cornerstone to the plan to bring an MLS team to Sacramento may already be under construction in downtown Sacramento. After years of uncertainty whether the Kings would stay in town, the city put together a plan to keep the team in Sacramento