Ian McDonald

Web Site: http://www.fox40.com/news/headlines/?track=rss


‘This is the Worst’: Hyacinth Suffocates Stockton Marina

Oct 21, 2014
‘This is the Worst’: Hyacinth Suffocates Stockton Marina

STOCKTON- The hyacinth at Tower Park Marina, has reached heights as tall as four feet. “I’ve been out there about 20 years now. And this is the worst,”Jerry Trumaine, Vice Commodore Marina West Yacht Club, told FOX40 Tuesday. A bit inconvenient for those fishing the delta. “Then the water lily goes on our line,...

Tubbs Returns to Stockton City Council after DUI Arrest

Oct 21, 2014
Tubbs Returns to Stockton City Council after DUI Arrest

STOCKTON- No action was taken against Michael Tubbs in a closed City Council session Tuesday in Stockton. Supporters and critics were at Tuesday night to Stockton city council meeting. The arrest of Michael Tubbs took center stage, the councilman of District 6 has been in the limelight before. Back in 2012 at only 21-years-old...

WEAVE Program Educates Businesses on Domestic Violence

Oct 21, 2014
WEAVE Program Educates Businesses on Domestic Violence

It’s been almost 2 months since the video involving NFL player Ray Rice, and his then-fiancé, Janay Palmer surfaced. It captured the couple arguing in a hotel elevator and then words turned physical. The disturbing images brought the issue of domestic violence to an all-time high. “We’ve been really busy given all the business...

WEAVE Program Educates Businesses on Domestic Violence

Oct 21, 2014
WEAVE Program Educates Businesses on Domestic Violence

It’s been almost 2 months since the video involving NFL player Ray Rice, and his then-fiancé, Janay Palmer surfaced. It captured the couple arguing in a hotel elevator and then words turned physical. The disturbing images brought the issue of domestic violence to an all-time high. “We’ve been really busy given all the business...

Search Continues for Missing Former Globetrotter

Oct 21, 2014
Search Continues for Missing Former Globetrotter

YOLO COUNTY- After hours of searching for missing 37-year-old Rico Omar Harris on Tuesday, the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue team call it a day. “We’ve searched the immediate area of Low Water Bridge which is probably a couple of square miles between here and Windy Point Bridge which is down the...

Search Continues for Missing Former Globetrotter

Oct 21, 2014
Search Continues for Missing Former Globetrotter

YOLO COUNTY- After hours of searching for missing 37-year-old Rico Omar Harris on Tuesday, the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue team call it a day. “We’ve searched the immediate area of Low Water Bridge which is probably a couple of square miles between here and Windy Point Bridge which is down the...

Fans Fit World Series into Busy Lives

Oct 21, 2014
Fans Fit World Series into Busy Lives

SACRAMENTO- Keeping up with the Giants in the World Series presents a dilemma for fans who have other obligations while the game is on. FOX40 stopped by Anthony’s Barbershop where the scizzors don’t stop for the World Series. Barber Alex Tillisch, a huge Giants fan, is thankful the shop has a large flat screen TV....

Fans Fit World Series into Busy Lives

Oct 21, 2014
Fans Fit World Series into Busy Lives

SACRAMENTO- Keeping up with the Giants in the World Series presents a dilemma for fans who have other obligations while the game is on. FOX40 stopped by Anthony’s Barbershop where the scizzors don’t stop for the World Series. Barber Alex Tillisch, a huge Giants fan, is thankful the shop has a large flat screen TV....

From Minors to Fall Classic: Roseville Native Susac Playing in World Series

Oct 21, 2014
From Minors to Fall Classic: Roseville Native Susac Playing in World Series

KANSAS CITY, Missouri- Roseville native Andrew Susac is playing for a World Series team when, just months earlier, he was playing in the minors. Mark Demsky caught up with Susac before Game One of the World Series to get his take on how it feels to be ...

Gov. Brown Meets with Medical Professionals about Ebola

Oct 21, 2014
Gov. Brown Meets with Medical Professionals about Ebola

SACRAMENTO- Governor Brown met with medical professionals form across the state to talk about better improving preparations for a possible Ebola outbreak in the state. Members of the California Nurses Association said they feel they are not equipped to care of a patient with Ebola symptoms with the current protocol. Nurse Lyn Tirona works...

Stay connected to Sacramento Connect

Follow Sacramento Connect on Twitter  Find Sacramento Connect on Facebook  Sign up for the Sacramento Connect Newsletter

Advertisement

Categories

Advertisement



Newest Partners