Richard Sneed

At-Risk Man Missing In Sacramento

Sneed was last seen Monday at around 11 a.m. near the 2500 block of Northrop Avenue in Sacramento, according to a statement issued by the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department. He is in danger because he suffers from dementia and is easily confused. He takes medication for his condition, which he is most likely not carrying.


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Colorado Waitresses Wear Guns In Restaurant

Would you feel comfortable if a waitress took your order in a restaurant with a loaded gun holstered to her waist? This is the environment Shooters restaurant in the town of Rifle has created. Perhaps embracing the city’s name, all the girls in Shooters not only carry loaded weapons during their shifts, they are also encouraged to do so by management.


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Thousands Of Used Hypodermic Needles Spill Onto Contra Costa County Road

A dangerous hazard caused a road in Contra Costa County to be closed Tuesday morning. CHP says about 2,000 used hypodermic needles spilled onto the street in El Sobrante, CBS SF reports.


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Lincoln High Student Arrested For Making Bomb Threat

Lincoln police have arrested a teen accused of making a false bomb threat at Lincoln High School on Friday.


Sheep and goats grazing in Rocklin. (credit: CBS13)

Sheep And Goat Roadside Grazing In Rocklin Too Distracting?

Officials are worried a unique fire abatement program may be too distracting for some to resist.


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UPDATE: Missing Sacramento Teen Located

A teenage Sacramento girl who was reported missing last Friday has been located.



Ski Experts Warn Of Backcountry Dangers

There’s plenty of snow up in the Sierra, and skiers say it’s the perfect ski conditions. But after two skiers got stranded last night, it’s a reminder or the dangers of skiing on backcountry trails.


Sacramento Ranked 10th ‘Most Hackable’ City In America

Internet and mobile security company, AVG Technologies, released a list of cities most likely to be digitally duped. Sacramento ranked 10th on the list. Read the full article, plus get tips on staying safe online.