Plane Recovered From Lake Tulloch, Pilot Remembered For 'Passion For Flying'On Tuesday, crews recovered the single prop plane that crashed into Lake Tulloch Sunday. 
Dimple Records Shutting Down All LocationsAfter 45 years, locally-owned Dimple Records is closing its doors for good. 
Teen Dead, Two Injured In Fairfield ShootingsOne teenager is dead and two others are hurt after a shooting in Fairfield, police said. 
California Governor, Lawmaker Alter Proposed Vaccine RulesCalifornia public health officials would have oversight of doctors and schools with high numbers of medical exemptions for vaccinations under a legislative compromise announced Tuesday.
Investigation: Uncovering Misconduct By One Of Air Force's Largest LandlordsThe investigation found Belfour Beatty, the same landlord at Travis Air Force Base, misled the Air Force to qualify for millions of dollars in bonus payments at bases nationwide. 
Starving Horse Rescued From Stanislaus Co. Park Now On The MendA malnourished horse in Stanislaus County is now under veterinary care at a 24-hour facility after a father and son found it abandoned at a park near the community of Grayson.
Hotels May Soon Be Required To Provide Housekeepers With Panic ButtonsHotels in Sacramento may soon be required to provide housekeepers with panic buttons.
Governor Newsom Calls Native American Treatment GenocideGov. Gavin Newsom formally apologized Tuesday and pushed the state to reckon with California's dark history of violence, mistreatment and neglect of Native Americans, saying it amounted to genocide.
Deputies Crack Road Rage Case, Tracking Suspects Through Businesses' Surveillance VideoYuba County Sheriff's deputies shared new details Tuesday about how they tracked down the suspects in a deadly road rage shooting last month.
State Service Workers' Cars Vandalized In Agency Parking LotMembers of the California Conservation Corps came back from completing community service to find their cars vandalized in the agency parking lot.
Camp Fire Rubble Turned Into Art At Sacramento GalleryFrom the ashes to the art gallery, items pulled from homes ravaged by the Camp Fire have a new home as part of a Sacramento art exhibit.