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Nevada County Supervisor Investigated over Alleged Online Searches

Oct 29, 2014
Nevada County Supervisor Investigated over Alleged Online Searches

NEVADA COUNTY- A Nevada County supervisor is under investigation for some alleged inappropriate internet searches. Now, the Sheriff’s Office wants to know if those searches happened on his work computer while Terry Lamphier was on the clock. Lamphier has not been charged with a crime or arrested. “He’s still supervisor, he still has the...

Kings Fans Celebrate Team, Fallen Sac County Deputy

Oct 29, 2014
Kings Fans Celebrate Team, Fallen Sac County Deputy

SACRAMENTO- Back again for the first time, one of the last times. “I haven’t even thought about that until now. But yeah you’re right. I guess we’re going to have to find a place downtown,” Mike Chulick, of Auburn, told FOX40. And as the Kings tip-off, the Giants wrap up. “So there’s a lot...

Bella Vista Threat the Fifth for San Juan District

Oct 29, 2014
Bella Vista Threat the Fifth for San Juan District

SACRAMENTO- It’s been anything but a typical school week for El Camino High student Aleysha Wright. “When I walked in the door my dad said, ‘Tomorrow, you’re not going to go to school,’ and me, I was just questioning why and he said, ‘because there was a threat of a school shooting,'” Wright, 13,...

Downtown Building Offers Affordable Housing – with a Catch

Oct 29, 2014
Downtown Building Offers Affordable Housing – with a Catch

SACRAMENTO- Does a studio loft apartment for $360 a month in Sacramento’s Downtown Historic District sound too good to be true? If you’re wondering what the catch is, that depends, are you an artist? If so, you are eligible to rent one of 86 units at the Artist Warehouse Lofts on 11th and R streets for...

Giants Win World Series after Tense Game 7

Oct 29, 2014
Giants Win World Series after Tense Game 7

KANSAS CITY- Is it a dynasty? The San Francisco Giants now have their third championship since 2010, thanks in no small part to stellar defense. After a scoreless first inning, the Giants earned two runs – both off of sacrifice flies. The Kansas City Royals answered with two runs of their own. The Giants...

Suspect in Deadly Oakland Road Rage Shooting Arrested in Elk Grove

Oct 29, 2014
Suspect in Deadly Oakland Road Rage Shooting Arrested in Elk Grove

ELK GROVE- The man suspected of shooting and killing a mother of four in an apparent road rage incident this week in Oakland was arrested Wednesday in Elk Grove. The man was holed up Wednesday afternoon near Springmont Drive and Plume Way. Two area schools were briefly locked down and neighbors were given a...

Pilot Killed after Military Plane Crashes in SoCal

Oct 29, 2014
Pilot Killed after Military Plane Crashes in SoCal

VENTURA COUNTY- A pilot was killed Wednesday afternoon when a Hunter Hawker military jet crashed in a field near Point Mugu Naval Air Station. FOX40 sister station KTLA reported the pilot was a civilian contractor. It was unclear if anyone else was hurt.

Hyacinth Problem Halts Nighttime Shipping in Port of Stockton

Oct 29, 2014
Hyacinth Problem Halts Nighttime Shipping in Port of Stockton

STOCKTON- Nighttime shipping is now officially restricted in the Port of Stockton. The water hyacinth has suffocated the area and officials have either harvested or sprayed herbicide to control the weed. The invasive water weed in the Port of Stockton has been floating around for weeks. “It’s problematic throughout the Delta,” Jeffrey Wingfield, a...

Billboard Urges Tips in Riverbank Cold Case

Oct 28, 2014
Billboard Urges Tips in Riverbank Cold Case

RIVERBANK- A local family is hoping a billboard will help lead to answers in a 4-year-old cold case. As the Tuesday afternoon traffic rushes past the site where Amy Lee Freeseha took her last breath, Bobbie Mejias is holding back tears, thinking about her free-spirited younger sister. “This is going to make me to...

Mutual Respect Unites Giants, Royals

Oct 28, 2014
Mutual Respect Unites Giants, Royals

KANSAS CITY, Missouri- If it weren’t for the vastly different uniforms, you might have had a hard time distinguishing between teammates and rivals before game six of the World Series. As the Giants and Royals warmed up on the field an hour before the game, opponents were exchanging friendly words, handshakes, pats on the...

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