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California Cement Industry Working To Pave The Way Toward A Cleaner FutureTom Tietz, executive director of California Nevada Cement Association, says California uses 11 million tons of cement per year.
Police Searching For 2 Suspects Following Chase In West SacramentoAuthorities are searching for two suspects Monday night following a short car chase in West Sacramento.
Cell Phone Video Shows Amazon Driver Held Down After Alleged Attempted RapeCell phone video shows the driver being restrained after allegedly attempting to sexual assault a woman inside her Turlock home.
2 Hospitalized Following Crash Involving 3 Vehicles In CarmichaelThree people were hurt Monday evening in crash involving three vehicles northeast of Sacramento.
'This Is About Empowering Everyday People': California Advances Texas-Style Lawsuits Over Illegal GunsCalifornia legislators on Monday approved Texas-style lawsuits over illegal guns, mimicking the Lone Star State's law aimed at deterring abortions and obliquely linking the two most controversial U.S. Supreme Court decisions from last week.
Inflation Relief Coming To Millions Of Californians, But Critics Say It's Only A Short-Term SolutionThere is no current timeline on when stimulus checks will land in the bank accounts of California residents. Early estimates are hopeful that it will come in the fall of 2022.
1 Dead In Sonoma Co. Brushfire As Heat Wave Grips Much Of CaliforniaTemperatures topped 100 degrees in some California areas and one man died in a Sonoma County brushfire as the state sweltered Monday under a ridge of high pressure.
Man Arrested For Fatal Shooting At Sacramento Truck StopA 32-year-old man was arrested over the weekend in connection to the fatal shooting of a woman at the Sacramento 49er Travel Plaza on Friday.
46 Migrants Found Dead In Back Of Tractor Trailer In San AntonioAt least 42 people were found dead inside a tractor-trailer on the southwest side of San Antonio, according to reports.