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Ferguson Unrest a Campaign Issue in Sacramento

Aug 27, 2014
Ferguson Unrest a Campaign Issue in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO- Nearly 2,000 miles away, the racial clashes and police power protests in Ferguson, Missouri have charged-up the audience in a room of the Sam Pannell Community Center in Sacramento’s Meadowview area. Ronald E. Bell sees an opportunity in that energy. “Ferguson Missouri hit a nerve, you know. Because all of us, nationwide, can personalize...

Napa’s Quake Damage Comes with $300 Million Price Tag

Aug 27, 2014
Napa’s Quake Damage Comes with $300 Million Price Tag

NAPA- Just turning the corner reveals a new concern around Napa these days. “I walk my dogs and this is scary,” said one woman as she balanced on an earthquake-buckled sidewalk. It’s now three days after the most rattling and rolling the region has done in 25 years. Floyd Sandlin had no idea what...

Heat Won’t Last Much Longer

Aug 27, 2014
Heat Won’t Last Much Longer

It doesn’t seem like this summer heat will last much longer. Check the video for Chief Meteorologist Kristina Werner’s complete forecast.

Parents of Isla Vista Rampage Victims Visit Sacramento for Gun Control Bill

Aug 27, 2014
Parents of Isla Vista Rampage Victims Visit Sacramento for Gun Control Bill

SACRAMENTO- Families of the Isla Vista shooting spree victims are trying to prevent future mass shootings by supporting a gun control bill. Parents joined lawmakers and gun control advocates Wednesday outside the Capitol to speak out before the senate’s vote. Richard Martinez lost his son, Chris, three months ago in Isla Vista when a gunman went...

Community Helps Napa Woman Clean Out Store before Red Tag

Aug 27, 2014
Community Helps Napa Woman Clean Out Store before Red Tag

NAPA- It’s been three days since an earthquake rattled Napa, and this morning store, owner Thea Witsil got the phone call she was dreading. Her landlord told her that her vintage clothing store had been red-tagged. Depending on when the city gave her official word, that meant any moment could be the last time...

Stockton Honor Farm Getting Major Fence Upgrade

Aug 27, 2014
Stockton Honor Farm Getting Major Fence Upgrade

STOCKTON- The Honor Farm in Stockton is getting a major fence upgrade. A new contract with Stockton Fence was approved by the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors to make a significant upgrade. The improvements will cost $360,000. “The mesh on the new fence will be close together,” Amanda Beghtel, of Stockton Fence, said...

Video Appears to Show Sheriff’s Deputy Kicking Sitting Suspect in Head

Aug 27, 2014
Video Appears to Show Sheriff’s Deputy Kicking Sitting Suspect in Head

OROVILLE- A Butte County Sheriff’s deputy has been taken off duty after a video surfaced appears to show him kicking a sitting suspect in the head. The man who shot the video says suspect Terry Collins and Deputy Sam Burnett were in a fight Tuesday. The video appears to show Collins sitting down, as...

Grass Fire Near Vallejo Homes Considered Suspicious

Aug 27, 2014
Grass Fire Near Vallejo Homes Considered Suspicious

VALLEJO- A five-alarm grass fire started Wednesday afternoon near Highway 37 and Highway 29 in Vallejo. Flames spread in a field behind homes on Sonora Pass Drive. According to the CHP, a witness reported seeing a man, possibly a transient, walking away from the fire. It’s unknown if he started the fire.

High School Football Coach Accused of Embezzlement

Aug 27, 2014
High School Football Coach Accused of Embezzlement

FAIRFIELD- The head coach of Vanden High School’s football team was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of embezzlement. Fairfield Police say an officer assigned to the Vanden campus was tipped off about the possible embezzlement Aug. 12. Levon Haynes, 42, was arrested Tuesday at a home on Shasta Drive. Police say search warrants were executed at...

Documents Offer Look into Stockton Bank Robbery, Chase Investigation

Aug 26, 2014
Documents Offer Look into Stockton Bank Robbery, Chase Investigation

STOCKTON- Newly-released documents shed some light on the investigation into the July 16 Stockton bank robbery, chase and shootout that ended in three deaths. On July 17, investigators searched the home that 19-year-old Jaime Ramos shared with his girlfriend and parents. Ramos is the sole-surviving suspect allegedly involved in the chase and shootout but...

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