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Family, Friends Remember Hometown Hero Marine Sgt. Nicole GeeThe life of Sgt. Nicole Gee—who was killed while helping to evacuate thousands in Afghanistan last month—was celebrated in a memorial service in Roseville on Saturday. Family and friends spoke out about Gee's life and said she died doing what she loved. 
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Looting Suspect Arrested In South Lake TahoeA suspected looter accused of committing dozens of thefts in South Lake Tahoe was arrested this week, the El Dorado County Sheriff's Office announced on Saturday.
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Sacramento Police Release Footage Of Deadly OIS In Tahoe ParkThe Sacramento Police Department released bodycam footage from an hours-long standoff at a Tahoe Park home that ended with officers shooting and killing the suspect when he walked out with a rifle.
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Video Released Of Deadly Police Shooting In Tahoe ParkThe Sacramento Police Department released bodycam footage from an hours-long standoff at a Tahoe Park home that ended with officers shooting and killing the suspect when he walked out with a rifle.
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Memorial Service Held For Fallen Marine Sgt. Nicole GeeA final salute to a hometown hero. Fallen Marine and Roseville native Sgt. Nicole Gee was laid to rest Saturday. Family, friends and even strangers inside the Bayside Church Adventure Campus in Roseville to say a final goodbye.
Thieves Target Women Along Stockton Boulevard In Sacramento, Police SayAll incidents involved women older than 50, and the suspects got away.
Stolen Cotton Candy Trailer Recovered In Rio LindaThe owner of the trailer, an Antelope woman, said the trailer was spotted in Rio Linda.
2 Now-Former Stockton Police Officers Charged In Beating During Arrest Of TeenSan Joaquin County District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar announced the case is being referred to the Department of Justice for civil rights violations, but the family of Stockton teen Devin Carter still claimed a small victory Friday over the local police department.
Two Of Newsom's Children Test Positive For CoronavirusNo one else in the family tested positive.
Fight Cancels Football Game At Sheldon High SchoolNo arrests were made and no injuries were reported.
CBS13 Investigates: Rent Relief Funding In JeopardyCalifornia may lose $337 million if the state does not speed up processing rent relief applications before the end of the month.
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Hundreds Of Students In Denair Unified Quarantined After COVID OutbreakThe district said 165 students are from Denair Elementary Charter Academy and 82 from Denair High School.
Marysville Family Sends Message To Accused Wrong-Way Driver In Double Fatal CrashThe family of a mother and daughter who were killed in a wrong-way crash on the highway in Yuba County is speaking out. Deputies were chasing a stolen truck on Highway 70 in Yuba County when the driver slammed head-on into the victims' car, killing them.
New California Law Requires More Multi-Housing UnitsA solution to solving the housing crisis? Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill into law on Thursday that would require cities to approve more multi-unit housing in single-family zones—but not everyone is on board.
San Joaquin County DA Refers Case Involving Former Officers To DOJTwo former officers—Michael Stiles and Omar Villapudua—have been charged in the case of a then-17-year-old high school student being beaten during an arrest. The county district attorney said the case is being referred to the Department of Justice for civil rights violations.
Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee To Be Laid To Rest SaturdayGee was one of 13 US service members killed in last month's suicide bombing in Kabul.

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