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But now, nearly a year later, police say another stairway gave way, ending in the tragic death of a 27-year-old man. He wasn’t a resident of the complex, but a visitor.
The city of Tracy outlawed signs posted on city-owned traffic poles, medians, trees and street signs, making traditional yard sale advertising illegal.
Hikers and bikers coming to Rockville Hills Regional Park and two others might be disappointed this weekend to find them closed. But city officials say with dry conditions and wind, it’s a precaution they must take.
“Why all of a sudden now it takes nine people to get shot now to throw a fit over a flag? It’s been around for how many years?” he said. “Everybody started caving in. Saying that’s a racist flag. But we don’t believe it’s a racist flag.”
Authorities say one person has died after a staircase collapsed at a Folsom apartment complex.
A man suspected of driving drunk somehow got his pickup truck stuck on railroad tracks.
Water is pooling outside of two houses in Land Park after a water main break early Friday morning.
Men dressed in sky-high pumps, skin-tight corsets and perfectly hairsprayed up-dos with names like Rusty Nails and Do Me More call out the numbers.
The owners of the store say it can feel like a sauna when temperatures go past triple-digits, so instead of handing customers a towel, they thought it was better to conserve and get a break on their power bill instead.
Folsom Mayor Andy Morin says the water is back by popular demand, and because the city exceeded its 32 percent state water conservation target, thanks to a lot of help from mindful residents.
But recently Sandra received a letter from her insurance company, Liberty Mutual, that said they will not renew her insurance policy because her property “poses an unacceptable risk for wildfire.”