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Carjacking Victim in Multi-County Crime Spree Fighting for His Life

Oct 24, 2014
Carjacking Victim in Multi-County Crime Spree Fighting for His Life

SACRAMENTO- The civilian in Friday’s shootings is fighting for his life. As Anthony Holmes’ condition is continually monitored, those who know him best are keeping vigil. Holmes was taken to UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. According to relatives, doctors are waiting to operate on him but are unable to do so because of...

Giants, Royals Fans Test Out Pregame Rituals

Oct 24, 2014
Giants, Royals Fans Test Out Pregame Rituals

SAN FRANCISCO- The San Francisco Giants lost their first home game in the World Series. But here was no shortage of spirit and crazy fan rituals and superstitions at AT&T Park. “Every year, we have a hat party at spring training and I got to wear it today,” one fan said. She and her...

Father, Son Killed in Line of Duty, Exactly 26 Years Apart

Oct 24, 2014
Father, Son Killed in Line of Duty, Exactly 26 Years Apart

PLACER COUNTY- A Placer County Sheriff’s deputy was killed in the line of duty Friday, exactly 26 years after his father, also a county Sheriff’s deputy, died in the line of duty. Deputy Michael David Davis Jr. was shot when he and his partner were investigating a suspect vehicle connected to the deadly shooting...

Deadly Crash Underscores Dangers Cyclists Face

Oct 24, 2014
Deadly Crash Underscores Dangers Cyclists Face

SACRAMENTO- Thursday’s triple-fatal crash in the Arden Arcade area sent shockwaves through the biking community. Steve Anderson leads the 500+ member Sacramento Bike Hikers club. There’s no strategy that can protect a rider against a potentially drunk driver, as what is suspected in Thursday’s incident, but Anderson makes it a point to educate his clubmates...

Immigrants Praise Bill to Allow Driver’s Licenses for the Undocumented

Oct 24, 2014
Immigrants Praise Bill to Allow Driver’s Licenses for the Undocumented

MODESTO- A sigh of relief for hundreds of undocumented immigrants in the Central Valley. Thursday night, they learned of a new bill which clears the way for them to obtain a driver’s license legally in California. Organizers said about 250 people showed up at the event;  potential drivers who will be getting their chance...

Stockton Taking Steps to Remove Hyacinth

Oct 22, 2014
Stockton Taking Steps to Remove Hyacinth

STOCKTON- Community members in the Central Valley are taking matters into their own hands. An invasive weed has been choking Stockton’s waterfront, and now it’s being taken out of water and onto a boat. “As soon as we’ve made a dent we’re going to come down here and try to help the city a...

Sactoberfest Organizer Admits to Not Paying Workers

Oct 22, 2014
Sactoberfest Organizer Admits to Not Paying Workers

SACRAMENTO- The organizer of the Sactoberfest beer event admitted that he owes 100 workers money. “It’s not fair,” worker Anna Gaebe said. “We busted our humps.” Gaebe agreed to work as a bar manager for Sactoberfest for a flat $500. Organizer Rich Clakley said attendance to the event was about half of the expected...

Man Gets into Confrontation with Police over Taping of SWAT Training

Oct 22, 2014
Man Gets into Confrontation with Police over Taping of SWAT Training

TRACY- A man in Tracy got into a heated exchange with police officers over his taping of a SWAT training exercise. Troy Stevenson says he was on his way home when he saw the training, pulled over and took out his phone. Officers became concerned when he peered into the windows of a van...

CDC: Travelers to U.S. from Ebola-Stricken Nations Face New Requirements

Oct 22, 2014
CDC: Travelers to U.S. from Ebola-Stricken Nations Face New Requirements

ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN)- All travelers coming from Ebola-stricken Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone into the United States will be required to monitor their temperatures for 21 days and keep an eye on possible Ebola symptoms, starting on Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Wednesday. After being screened in the country they...

Response Team Helps Citrus Heights Police in Domestic Violence Calls

Oct 22, 2014
Response Team Helps Citrus Heights Police in Domestic Violence Calls

CITRUS HEIGHTS- A room filled with paintings and sculptures, art that hits close to home for Elaine Whitefeather. A passionate advocate in the fight against domestic violence. She’s executive director for A Community for Peace center in Citrus Heights. She’s also a survivor. “Our work has been for 20 years helping domestic violence programs,...

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