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Drivers Getting Used To Driving In The Rain AgainFor the first time since pretty much May, we have rain in the Sacramento area. And every year, it takes drivers to get used to slick roads.
Raw: Train Hits Car In Davis Killing 1 PersonThe incident happened at the County Road 32A crossing near County Road 105.
Stolen-Vehicle Chase Ends In Yuba City With Officer-Involved ShootingA high-speed chase between police and a suspect in a stolen vehicle ended in an officer-involved shooting on Monday. Katie Johnston reports.
Raw: High-Speed Chase Ends In Yuba City With ShootingA high-speed chase involving a stolen-vehicle suspect has ended with the suspect being shot.
Sacramento Region Gets Doused With RainOur area experienced its first major storm of the season.
Governor Newsom Cracks Down On VapingGovernor Gavin Newsom just issued an executive order cracking down on vaping.
California Company Unveils Plans For Hotel In SpaceThe plan is to get it off the ground by 2025, and have it fully operational by 2027. Katie Johnston reports.
Raw: Over 100 Shopping Carts Pulled From Canal Near StocktonVolunteers helped clean up Smith Canal in Stockton over the weekend. Among the items they found were 120 shopping carts. (source: Ben Wiesner).
Shopping Cars Pulled From Smith Canal In StocktonA group of Stockton residents pulled dozens of shopping carts and other trash from Smith Canal over the weekend.
Four People Arrested On Suspicion Of Stealing $35K From Roseville Galleria Mall BusinessFour people have been arrested on suspicion of stealing $35,000 worth of merchandise from Roseville Galleria Mall on Friday. Katie Johnston reports.
Later Last Call Bill Fails In Assembly Vote, Bars Still Must Close At 2 AMBars in California will continue to close by 2 am after a proposal to allow them to stay open later failed in the Assembly. Katie Johnston reports.
Should UC And CSU Campuses Provide Medication Abortions? Governor Newsom To DecideIt is now up to Governor Gavin Newsom to decide if all of the University of California and California State University campuses offer medication abortions to students looking to abort a fetus. His predecessor, Governor Jerry Brown, vetoed a similar bill last session. Katie Johnston reports.
California Will Not Require Social Media Sites To Get Parental Permission For Children Under 13A plan to require social media sites to get a parent or guardian's permission before letting a person under age 13 create an account failed in the California State Assembly. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Accused Of Punching Kids At Lodi Target To Appear In Court MondayA 51-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of punching two children in the head at a Lodi target will be in court on Monday.
Eye on the Day - 9/16/19Today is Monday, September 16, here is a look at some of the stories we are keeping an eye on: U.S. gas prices may rise after an oil attack in Saudi Arabia, General Motors workers go on strike, and the case of a missing golden toilet.
Front Street Animal Shelter Now Open 7 Days A WeekNew hours for all services will now be noon to 5 p.m., the shelter said. Katie Johnston reports.
Morning Forecast - 9/16/19Big weather changes are underway for our area as a storm is moving in.
Big Rig Crash On Westbound I-80 Near ColfaxLanes of westbound Interstate 80 were closed near Colfax Monday after a big rig crashed. 
Bills Sitting On Governor's DeskGovernor Newsom has until Oct. 13 to sign or veto bills sitting on his desk.
Sac Open Studios: Local Artists And Studios Open Their DoorsArt studios in Sacramento are opening their doors to the public.

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