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Case centering on false repair of airplane parts has been a bumpy ride

Jul 14, 2014

Prosecutors swallowed a bitter pill last week when the former owner of a Lincoln-based aerospace firm received a much more lenient prison term than they believe he deserved.

Ex-owner of Lincoln airplane parts repair company sentenced to prison

Jul 8, 2014
Ex-owner of Lincoln airplane parts repair company sentenced to prison

The former owner of a Lincoln company that repairs airplane parts was sentenced Tuesday in Sacramento federal court to 2 1/2 years in prison for returning parts to customers that had not been properly fixed. Robert Weygandt

Pair facing charges in myredbook.com prostitution case plead not guilty

Jul 2, 2014
Pair facing charges in myredbook.com prostitution case plead not guilty

A Rocklin woman and a man from Mountain View entered pleas of not guilty Wednesday in San Francisco to federal charges of money laundering and using the Internet to promote prostitution.


​Annemarie "Maddie" Lanoce of Rocklin and Eric "Red" Omuro of Mountain View appear in federal court in San Francisco...

Davis rail company wins $39 million in court fight with rival

May 1, 2014

A federal court jury in Sacramento has awarded more than $39 million in damages to a small, Davis-based railroad company in complex litigation over its loss of a lucrative rail services contract with McClellan Business Park in North highlands.

Federal probe looks at volume of hydrocodone sold at Costco pharmacies

Mar 19, 2014

Federal narcotics agents discovered last year that a Costco pharmacy in West Sacramento was consistently purchasing more of the painkiller hydrocodone than any other pharmacy in California.

Appeal court throws out Woodland’s approval of shopping center

Feb 28, 2014

A state appellate court ruled Friday that the city of Woodland’s plans to alleviate urban decay caused by a proposed regional shopping mall are woefully inadequate under California’s Environmental Quality Act and the city has to start over if it wants to make the project fly.

5 crimes that put Sacramento on the map

Feb 20, 2014
5 crimes that put Sacramento on the map

There are those who may view Sacramento as a sleepy river town, distinguished only by its role as the seat of government for the nation’s most populous state.



Mark C. Anderson was convicted of a wine warehouse arson.

Frederick Scott...

Tale of ‘Squeaky’ Fromme assassination try recalled by trial participants

Sep 24, 2013
Tale of ‘Squeaky’ Fromme assassination try recalled by trial participants

After the lights in Sacramento’s federal courthouse went dim Tuesday evening, some old friends got together in the 16th-floor ceremonial courtroom to kick around a favorite subject: the saga of Lynette Alice “Squeaky” Fromme. ...

Tale of ‘Squeaky’ Fromme assissination try recalled by trial participants

Sep 24, 2013
Tale of ‘Squeaky’ Fromme assissination try recalled by trial participants

After the lights in Sacramento’s federal courthouse went dim Tuesday evening, some old friends got together in the 16th-floor ceremonial courtroom to kick around a favorite subject: the saga of Lynette Alice “Squeaky” Fromme. Sacra...

Willows publisher wins appeal in school district public records case

Jul 17, 2013
Willows publisher wins appeal in school district public records case

Tim Crews, 69, editor of The Sacramento Valley Observer, sits at his desk at his newspaper office in downtown Willows in May.Tim Crews, a grizzled, hell-raising country publisher, is off the hook for $56,595 he was ordered by a Glenn County judge...

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