Ernst Bertone and his roommates broke the law, according to the health department, when they put a refrigerator on their lawn with a sign reading “Take what you need, leave what you don’t.”
A man searching for his wallet in a trash bin in Northern California was scooped up by a garbage truck and taken on a long ride.
Imagine the truck driver’s surprise when he saw a man fly out of his truck along with the trash. And it’s a good thing the driver spotted him so he could stop the bulldozer that was about to flatten everything in its path.
It’s been almost two months since Mark Anthony Green was homeless, living on the banks of the Sacramento River on and off for more than 20 years. He’s a different man today.
Deputies say the man calls himself Lt. Michael Braton, and he’s telling people they have an emergency and must call back.
Parents joined the teachers as they walked into the school board meeting. According to the teachers, the district leaders want to be able to transfer a teacher to any school at any time.
Rico Harris has been missing for several weeks during a trip between Alhambra and Seattle.
They did not disclose how Erik Bowling got the victims’ cellphone numbers, but they say it can be as simple as pulling the information from a Facebook page and using social media to monitor their every move.
The arrival of the items isn’t unusual. Yolo County has received hundreds of items like a bomb/high-risk detection device worth $193,000, and two armored trucks worth more than $130,000 combined.
Authorities say that Elaine Greenberg, the recently-removed president of Second Chance Rottweiler Rescue, was found dead in her home outside of Davis Friday.
Sara Mangiaracina started a Facebook page called Justice For Henry in the wake of her 5-year-old pig’s death, as Yolo County Animal Services investigates the case.
Dr. Constance Caldwell with the Yolo County Health Department is puzzled by the spike, because nearly 95 percent of kids in Yolo County public schools are vaccinated.