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Growing Number Of Trucks On Roads Has Manteca Residents ConcernedRight now city leaders in Manteca are working on determining a better way to control and regulate the growing number of trucks that are driving through town.
Kavanaugh Fight Opens New Front In California Senate RaceThe top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Feinstein is playing a central role in the battle over Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court.
Man Accused Of Killing Deputy Was On Probation For Gun CrimeAnton Lemon Moore of Rancho Cordova was hospitalized after being shot multiple times during gunbattles with deputies Monday, the sheriff's department said.
Protesters Stage Die-In Near Police Expo To Mark 6 Months Since Stephon Clark's DeathBlack Lives Matter protesters set out dozens of makeshift coffins in the middle of J Street by the Sacramento Convention Center on Tuesday.
California Bill Banning Pay For Ballot Initiative Signatures Gets Another VetoGov. Jerry Brown vetoed Assembly Bill 1947 on Tuesday, echoing his previous veto of a similar measure in 2018. 
Court: Waiters, Bartenders Must Be Paid Minimum Wage For Cleaning ToiletsA federal law allows an employer to pay workers who receive tips as little as $2.13 an hour as long as their tips earn them minimum wage.
1 Dead In Modesto Duplex FireFirefighters found the man dead inside a duplex on the 1600 block of Floyd Avenue. 
California Prison Guards Worried About Urine, Feces Flinging From InmatesOnly 31 percent of gassing attacks at the three facilities from 2015 through 2017 resulted in convictions, according to the report.
North Auburn Grocery Store Dumps Food After Homeless Man Starts Eating From Bulk BinA North Auburn Safeway had to empty some of their bulk bins after health concerns over a homeless man handling the food.