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How Can You Spot The Right Dog For You, And How Can You Get It To Obey?Whether you’re walking 30 dogs at once or one dog, the human needs to be in control. Sometimes that’s easier said than done.
Technology For Elite Runners Can Also Help Seniors Walk Without Fear Of FallingBut one local company says its new technology can stop running injuries before they even start. And it goes beyond runners—amateur athletes and even the elderly could benefit from the system.
Sports Stories From Outside Of The Bracket BubbleHere's what you missed from the rest of the sports world while you were knee-deep in busted brackets.
Whatever Happened To Escaped Cold-Blooded Killer Glen Stewart Godwin? A cold-blooded killer who was sentenced to 26-year-to-life behind bars at Folsom State Prison only served five months before his escape.
One Granite Bay Neighborhood Experiencing Skunk InvasionIt’s a stinky situation. A pest invasion in a Granite Bay neighborhood is causing some to take matters into their own hands.
Fan's Fast Action Saves Musician From Guitar Solo Heart Attack At Manteca NightclubThursday was the first time Michael Tiffany, 61, and Stephanie Stubbings met since the night in April when a fan recording a favorite band found herself on stage trying to save a life.
Neighbors Shocked Family Of Geese Was Mowed Down In Granite Bay Bike LaneThe geese weren’t crossing the road; they happened to be in the bike lane. Either the driver wasn’t paying attention, or knew exactly what they were doing.
VA Hospital Changes Course, Allows Veteran's Service Dog To Join Him For Alcohol TreatmentArvin said his PTSD leads to him abusing alcohol, so he registered for the VA Menlo Park's 28-day Foundations of Recovery program. He was supposed to leave his San Andreas home Thursday, but the VA said his dog was not welcome.