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Domestic Violence Prosecutor Makes Positive Impact on Young Victims

Oct 24, 2014
Domestic Violence Prosecutor Makes Positive Impact on Young Victims

SACRAMENTO- Sitting casually at his desk inside the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office downtown, Paul Durenberger’s eyes are fixed on his computer monitor, showcasing a smile that just won’t go away. “It’s interesting to see these kids come together and realize they have a lot of stuff in common,” Durenberger notes without taking his...

Calaveras Unified Faces Financial Crisis, Decisions

Aug 19, 2014
Calaveras Unified Faces Financial Crisis, Decisions

CALAVERAS COUNTY - The Calaveras Unified School District needs to cut $1.8 million from its 2015-2016 school year budget with a deadline of Sept. 2 or face the possibility of a state take over. The district has been tapping into its reserve revenues for years, but that money is quickly running out, and school closures...

Inmates Still Escaping From “Honor Farm”

Aug 11, 2014
Inmates Still Escaping From “Honor Farm”

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY-

Closing the main gate to the Honor Farm in French Camp has helped prevent inmates from escaping the low security jail, but it hasn’t solved the problem by any means.

In 2013 33 inmates escaped. This year, …


Fresh Produce For Local Families

Jul 29, 2014
Fresh Produce For Local Families

 

FOOD FOR fAMILIES, salvation army, donations

SACRAMENTO-

Raley’s and the Salvation Army are teaming up to provide produce for local families in need.

The “Food For Families Fresh” program allows families the opportunity pick out $40 worth of fruits and vegetables, free of charge.

The …


Firefighters Gain Ground on Sand Fire, Some Evacuations Lifted

Jul 28, 2014
Firefighters Gain Ground on Sand Fire, Some Evacuations Lifted

SHINGLE SPRINGS-

Firefighters are gaining ground fighting the Sand Fire in Amador County. It is now 65% contained, and forward progress has slowed.

The fire forced hundreds of people to evacuate their homes over the weekend, late Monday morning some …


Homeowner Warning: Criminal Only Needed Small Opening

Jul 23, 2014
Homeowner Warning: Criminal Only Needed Small Opening

SACRAMENTO-

Just a few inches, that’s all a man needed to sneak under a garage door in Sacramento County and make off with stolen items.

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department released video of the man. It shows him crawling under …


A Look Inside the New Levi’s Stadium

Jul 17, 2014
A Look Inside the New Levi’s Stadium

SANTA CLARA-

In the middle of tweeting everything I saw while on the media tour of the San Francisco 49ers new stadium in Santa Clara, I had the realization that everything about the NFL’s newest home field advantage is just …


Reward Offered in Dead Geese Investigation

Jul 15, 2014
Reward Offered in Dead Geese Investigation

GRANITE BAY-

It may or may not have been on purpose, but if it was, there is now a reward being offered to catch the person who hit and killed a group of geese.

On June 9, a family of …


Making Dumpsters Beautiful?

Jun 12, 2014
Making Dumpsters Beautiful?

SACRAMENTO-

Some Sacramento-area dumpsters have been reincarnated with some pizzazz and flare.

The industrial-sized and out-of-commission dumpsters, are now very artsy, and probably like nothing anyone has ever seen before.

“We want to reintroduce ourselves and show the community how …


Big Wake Weekend Has New Location, New Sound

May 30, 2014

WHEATLAND-

It’s the Big Wake Weekend sequel that nearly never was.

“Two weeks ago we didn’t think this was going happen,” says promoter Bob Richards.

The weekend event featuring drag boat racing and music at Camp Far West in Wheatland …


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