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Missing Auburn Man Found Dead Near Gold Country FairgroundsA man reported missing in Auburn was found dead near the Gold Country Fairgrounds, police said Wednesday.
Turlock Man Accused Of Sending And Receiving Child Porn OnlineA Turlock man is in custody accused of sending and receiving child pornography online, authorities said Wednesday.
Fatal Crash Blocks Lanes Of Highway 50 In West SacramentoA fatal crash was causing traffic delays on Highway 50 in West Sacramento Wednesday evening.
Indoor Masks May Soon Be Mandatory Again At Sacramento SchoolsMandatory indoor masking may return to Sacramento schools for the remaining few weeks of class if the rate of COVID-19 transmission within the community continues to rise, the district said Wednesday.
Getting Answers: How Do You Talk To Kids About Tragedies Like The Texas School Shooting?The images and stories from the Texas elementary school shooting are difficult to watch and hear, especially for kids. So how can parents, or teachers, start such a difficult conversation?
Metro Fire Urges People Planning To Visit The River This Memorial Day Weekend To Be CarefulMetro Fire of Sacramento ​is urging people to be careful if they’re planning to hit the river for Memorial Day weekend.
Newsom, Legislators Announce Effort To Expedite Gun Control Measures In California In Wake Of Texas School ShootingNewsom said he expects his fellow Democrats who control the Legislature to send him “well over a dozen” gun control bills by the end of June, adding to what already are some of the nation's toughest restrictions.
Firefighters Stop Forward Progress Of Vegetation Fire Near VacavilleFirefighters stopped the forward progress of a vegetation fire near Vacaville on Wednesday.
Former Yuba City Church Administrator Chanell Easton Charged In Embezzlement SchemeA former Yuba City church administrator was arrested in Oklahoma and was charged last week with 22 counts of wire fraud and two counts of identity theft related to a scheme to embezzle church funds, prosecutors announced Wednesday.

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Newsom, Legislators Announce Effort To Expedite Gun Control Measures In California In Wake Of Texas School ShootingNewsom said he expects his fellow Democrats who control the Legislature to send him “well over a dozen” gun control bills by the end of June, adding to what already are some of the nation's toughest restrictions.
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.