Chinese Restaurant Allegedly Ripped Off Twice By Man Claiming To Be Postmates CourierA Sacramento restaurant was ripped off twice by a man claiming to be a Postmates courier. Now they're warning other restaurants to be on the lookout.
Fire Breaks Out At Metal Recycling Center In Downtown SacramentoA massive fire sparked at a metal recycling center in downtown Sacramento on Thursday and caused nearby businesses to evacuate, the Sacramento Fire Department said.
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Grass Fire Burning In Vineyard Area Of Sacramento CountyFirefighters are working a vegetation fire in the 10400 block of Gerber Road in Vineyard.
New Fire Engines Designed To Protect From Carcinogens Unveiled In SacramentoTwo new fire engines unveiled by the Sacramento Fire Department on Thursday were designed to protect the men and women from exposure to cancer-causing substances.
Fire Burning In Vineyard Area Of Sacramento CountyFirefighters are working a vegetation fire in the 10400 block of Gerber Road in Vineyard. 
Large Fire At Metal Recycling Center In Downtown SacramentoA massive fire sparked at a metal recycling center in downtown Sacramento on Thursday and caused nearby businesses to evacuate, the Sacramento Fire Department said.
Afternoon Forecast - 9/24/20Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
Eye On Entertainment - 9/24/20The 'Notorious RBG' and 'Star Trek Discovery' are part of today's Eye on Entertainment.
United Airlines Offering Pre-Flight COVID Tests At SFO For Hawaii-Bound FlightsUnited Airlines is rolling out a rapid covid test at SFO for flights to Hawaii. If it works there, United hopes to offer testing options at its major hubs across the country.
PG&E May Shut Off Power In CA In Next Couple Of DaysThe utility has elevated its PSPS status to a power shutoff watch. Hot, dry temperatures, coupled with high winds are making conditions dangerous.
Rancho Cordova Cop Fired For Punching BoyThe Rancho Cordova officer who punched a 14-year-old earlier this year has been fired.
Breonna Taylor Protests Held Across US After Officers Not Charged For Her KillingA grand jury has declined to bring charges against the officers involved in Breonna Taylor's shooting death in Kentucky. The jury, however, indicted one officer, Brett Hankinson, for three counts of wanton endangerment over stray bullets that were shot into the apartments surrounding Taylor's home. The other officers, Jon Mattingly and Myles Cosgrove, were considered justified in their actions. The decision, which comes six months after Taylor's death, has sparked outrage in the city of Louisville.
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Morning AppCast (9/24/20)Dina Kupfer has this morning's forecast for the Sacramento area.
Morning Forecast - 9/24/20Jordan Segundo has this morning's forecast from across the Sacramento region.
Firefighters Blowing Up Dead Trees To Eliminate Fuel For Fork FireExplosives are being used on trees that are too unstable to be cut down with a chainsaw.
Former Sacramento Sheriff's Deputy Shauna Bishop Gets Jail Time For Having Sex With 16-Year-OldFormer Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputy Shauna Bishop is headed to jail for having sex with a 16-year-old.
Sacramento Voters Preparing To Decide On City Hall Power ShiftSacramento voters are now six weeks away from deciding whether to change the power structure at city hall and give the mayor more of it.
Gov. Newsom Pumping The Brakes On Gas CarsPumping the brakes on new gas car sales, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced in an executive order Wednesday that if you want to buy a new car, you'll have to go electric by 2035. 
5-Year-Old Reported Missing In Woodland Found SafeWoodland police have located a five-year-old boy who went missing Wednesday evening.
Placerville Moves Forward With Plans For More Local Control Over PG&E PowerPacific Gas and Electric Co. says parts of the Sacramento Valley and Sierra Foothills are at an “elevated risk” of a power safety shutoff due to weather conditions this weekend.
Protesters Take To Sacramento Streets After No Officers Charged In Death Of Breonna TaylorProtests are ramping up around the country and in Sacramento after a Kentucky grand jury decided to not indict police officers on criminal charges related to Breonna Taylor's death.
Barricades In Place Ahead Of Planned Protests In Downtown SacramentoWorkers put up barricades Wednesday evening near the Sacramento City Hall ahead of anticipated protests over the decision to not charge the officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor.

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