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Gun Found In Desk Of Second Grader At South Sacramento School, District SaysA gun and loaded magazine were found inside the desk of a second-grade student at a south Sacramento elementary school, a district spokesperson said Tuesday.
Call Kurtis Investigates Whether You’re Getting What You Paid For At The PumpAs gas prices continue to ratchet up, many of us are finding ourselves impacted by the rising costs. So the Call Kurtis team wanted to know, are people getting every last drop of gas they pay for?
Elk Grove Zoo Could Open By Summer 2027According to an update released this week, construction could begin in the spring of 2025. Animals would be moved to the new zoo in spring 2027
1 Injured, Firefighter Recovering After Yolo County Grass FireOne person is in the hospital and a firefighter is recovering after a quick-moving grass fire in Yolo County.
Sacramento County Has California's First Probable Case Of Monkeypox VirusSacramento County public health officials say they are investigating a probable travel-related case of the monkeypox virus.
Purchaser Of $1.6M Winning Lottery Ticket From Sacramento Store Has Until Thursday To Claim PrizeTime is running out for the person who purchased a $1.6 million winning lottery ticket in Sacramento.
Aggressive Air and Ground Attack Stops Wildfire Spread Near City Of ColusaFirefighters worked fast to get the upper hand on a wildfire burning near the city of Colusa on Tuesday.
California Gov. Newsom Criticizes GOP After Texas School Shooting: 'Who The Hell Are We If We Cannot Keep Our Kids Safe'California Gov. Gavin Newsom immediately criticized Republicans after a shooting at an elementary school in Texas killed at least 19 students and two adults on Tuesday.
Sacramento Police Arrest Suspect Who Fled From Traffic Stop To Arden HotelAuthorities arrested a suspect who fled from law enforcement to an Arden-Arcade hotel Tuesday evening.

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In Wake Of Texas School Shooting, California Moves Toward Allowing Lawsuits Over Illegal GunsHours after a deadly elementary school shooting in Texas, California senators on Tuesday approved giving people the power to sue those who traffic in illegal firearms, mimicking a Texas law that is intended to deter abortions.
California Passes Water Ban For Commercial Properties Amid Ongoing DroughtLate Tuesday afternoon, the California Water Resources Control Board voted to ban watering grass on commercial properties. The new regulation would not affect places like sports fields or other recreational areas.
'We Have To Do Something': Assembly Passes Bill That Would Allow California Parents To Sue For Social Media AddictionCalifornia could soon hold social media companies responsible for harming children who have become addicted to their products, permitting parents to sue platforms like Instagram and TikTok for up to $25,000 per violation under a bill that passed the state Assembly on Monday.
'High Fire Activity Going Throughout The State': California Firefighters Deal With Back-To-Back Red Flag WarningsCal Fire is bolstering its manpower while working hard under the recent red flag warnings. While it does so, it is making sure its aircraft are in tip-top shape.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Threatens Mandatory Water Cuts If Californians Don’t Use Less WaterGov. Gavin Newsom threatened Monday to impose mandatory water restrictions if Californians don't use less on their own as a drought drags on and the hotter summer months approach.