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Police Officers’ Wives Protest outside Auburn City Hall

Nov 21, 2014
Police Officers’ Wives Protest outside Auburn City Hall

AUBURN- The wives of Auburn Police officers held signs Friday afternoon in front of City Hall. They claim their husbands are not safe on the job because the  Police Department is understaffed and lacking resources. The group feels the manhunt that ended in Auburn last month was an example of the lack of resources...

Obama’s Action on Immigration Praised in Modesto

Nov 21, 2014
Obama’s Action on Immigration Praised in Modesto

MODESTO- President Obama’s executive action to delay deportation for up to 5 million undocumented immigrants got high praise Friday in Modesto. Going grocery shopping for Gloria Sanchez, who is in the country illegally, has always been a bit stressful. “‘O.K., you know, what’s going to happen today? Who’s going to knock on my door and say, you...

‘Sorry I Scared You’: Polite Robber Hits Tobacco Shop

Nov 21, 2014
‘Sorry I Scared You’: Polite Robber Hits Tobacco Shop

RUSSELLVILLE, Arkansas (KFSM)- A man apologized for scaring a tobacco shop cashier during an armed robbery last week in Arkansas. Police in Russellville say the man walked into the Tobacco Row store last Friday, let two customers leave and demanded money from the register. “Sorry I scared you, ma’am. Have a nice day,” the man said to...

Ex-Prosecutor Wanted to Charge ‘Lying’ Bill Cosby but Lacked Evidence

Nov 19, 2014
Ex-Prosecutor Wanted to Charge ‘Lying’ Bill Cosby but Lacked Evidence

(CNN)- A former prosecutor who declined to bring charges against Bill Cosby a decade ago said Wednesday that he wishes he could’ve nailed the comedian on an allegation that he drugged and molested a woman at his Pennsylvania home. Bruce Castor also told CNN that he believed Cosby — a beloved figure who, with...

San Juan School Board Votes Down Charter School

Nov 18, 2014
San Juan School Board Votes Down Charter School

CARMICHAEL- The San Juan Unified School Board voted against a new charter school Tuesday, much to the disappointment of many parents. “I think that this is a political vote and we’re not done fighting and I think that ultimately PCA will succeed,” parent Mary Tiller said. San Juan Unified said the...

Storm Preps Underway in Sacramento

Nov 18, 2014
Storm Preps Underway in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO- Wednesday’s rain storm will be relatively weak, but it will be just the first in a series of weather systems that will bring periods of rain to the Sacramento/San Joaquin region through the weekend. Driving around Sacramento Tuesday evening, FOX40 found gardeners and homeowners racing to clear leaves away from drains and gutters....

Man Hit by Two Cars along Busy Elk Grove Street

Nov 18, 2014
Man Hit by Two Cars along Busy Elk Grove Street

ELK GROVE- A man was hit by two cars Tuesday along a busy Elk Grove Boulevard. Police say a man was crossing Elk Grove Boulevard near Big Timber Drive when he was struck by a Toyota Camry. The man was not using a crosswalk, investigators said. While laying in the road, the man was...

Landlord, Sister Arrested in South Sacramento Homicide

Nov 18, 2014
Landlord, Sister Arrested in South Sacramento Homicide

SACRAMENTO- A south Sacramento landlord was arrested alongside her sister Monday for allegedly stabbing a tenant to death. Neighbors say it was over a $50 dispute. Former tenant Brandy Vaughn tells FOX40 the home off of Stevenson Avenue was advertised on Craigslist as a women’s home. “You know, like a place to go and get...

UC Davis Students Rally Against Proposed Tuition Hike

Nov 18, 2014
UC Davis Students Rally Against Proposed Tuition Hike

DAVIS- Several hundred student demonstrators marched through the UC Davis campus and briefly occupied Mrak Hall, the campus administration building today to protest an impending UC Board of Regents vote on raising student tuition. Demonstrators made not of the fact that this is the third anniversary of the infamous pepper spray incident, in which...

Deputies: Teen Wasn’t Abducted – He Hitchhiked

Nov 18, 2014
Deputies: Teen Wasn’t Abducted – He Hitchhiked

SAN ANDREAS- The Calaveras County teen thought to have been abducted Tuesday actually hitchhiked, investigators say. Sergio Vazquez’s disappearance prompted an AMBER Alert that lasted for several hours before he was found in Stockton. Investigators say the 14-year-old Vazquez lied to his grandmother about being kidnapped. Calaveras County Sheriff’s deputies said he hitchhiked from Calaveras...

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