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Police Search For Man Who Pepper Sprayed And Robbed 2 People In TurlockPolice in Turlock are on the hunt for a man who pepper-sprayed then robbed-- two people earlier this month. Both incidents happened on October 5. The first was at a Foodmaxx grocery store and the other, which happened 30 minutes later, happened at a nearby Walmart.
Tracy School Placed On Lockdown During Search For Suspected BurglarPolice responded to a Tracy neighborhood after residents complained of a man jumping fences into their yards. When police arrived, they found that one home had been burglarized. They set up a perimeter but came up empty-handed. They released a photo taken of the suspect seen in the area an ask for help identifying the man.
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Nevada County Braces For Heavy Rain And Potential Flash FloodingHeavy rain expected this weekend is prompting people to prepare especially in the area where the River Fire destroyed 2,600 acres and dozens of homes and buildings.
Crash Near Nevada State Line Closes Down I-80Multiple big rigs were involved in a crash Thursday night near the Nevada state line on westbound Interstate 80. There's no word on when the roadway will fully reopen.
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Non-Profit Offers 'Stay-cation' For Cancer PatientsA non-profit called the "Me-One Foundation" offers an in-home stay-cation for cancer patients in order to help those who are struggling during the pandemic.
California Will Have Another Large Budget Surplus Next YearGovernor Newsom announced that California will have another large budget surplus next year, which may cause some contestation.
Governor Newsom Expands Drought EmergencyAs the rain was beginning to fall on Tuesday night, Governor Gavin Newsom issued a statewide drought emergency and gave regulators permission to enact mandatory statewide water restrictions if they choose.
Protests After Riverside Math Teacher Mocks Native AmericansA controversial math lesson in a Riverside school sparked protests and demands for respect for Native Americans.
Search For Missing Parakeets In DavisA flock of 13 parakeets escaped from an aviary in Davis and are being searched for—1 has already been found.
Auburn Man Arrested Twice In One Day On Suspicion Of TheftAn Auburn man was arrested, released, and arrested again for breaking and entering, property theft, and vandalism.
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Thursday Evening Forecast - 10/21/21CBS13 has the weather forecast for the Greater Sacramento Region.
Family On Hike In Mariposa County Died of HyperthermiaWe now know what caused the death of a family on a hike in Mariposa County.
New Animatronic Dinosaurs At Sacramento Zoo Created By 'Jurassic Park' TeamFans of "Jurassic Park" will be interested to know that the new animatronic animals at the Sacramento Zoo were created by the same team that worked on the movie.
121 Arson Arrests In California In 2021, New RecordThis year, as of October 8, there have been a record-setting 121 arson arrests in the state of California.
Storm Preparations Throughout The Greater Sacramento RegionWith the possibilities of flash flooding and debris due to the coming storm, Sacramento County and surrounding regions make preparations.

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