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Landscaping Equipment Stolen from Central Catholic High School

Jan 24, 2015
Landscaping Equipment Stolen from Central Catholic High School

MODESTO- Thousands of dollars worth of landscaping equipment was stolen Thursday night from Modesto’s Central Catholic High School. The missing John Deere riding lawn mower, field rake and “Gator” cart helped maintain the school’s football field and two baseball diamonds. “So it was three items valued at about $28,000,” Principal Russ Antracoli said. “I...

Crews Begin to Pour Concrete Foundation at Downtown Arena

Jan 24, 2015
Crews Begin to Pour Concrete Foundation at Downtown Arena

SACRAMENTO- Construction crews began pouring the concrete foundation of the downtown Sacramento arena Friday night – a process expected to take until the end of February. “About 2,000 cubic yards of concrete, and this is the first pour of what will be many more than that,” Sacramento Kings Chief Marketing Officer Ben Gumpert told...

Another Stockton Sideshow Broken Up by Cops

Jan 23, 2015
Another Stockton Sideshow Broken Up by Cops

STOCKTON- Several hundred people gathered in the Burlington Coat Factory parking lot on Hammer Lane Friday night for a chaotic car club meet. Burnouts began around 9 p.m. Highway Patrol broke up the gathering a short time later. Officers say the activity is dangerous because bystanders stand just feet away from the cars. An...

Facebook Targets Sacramento Breastfeeding Page – Again

Jan 23, 2015
Facebook Targets Sacramento Breastfeeding Page – Again

SACRAMENTO- Kristy Kemp loves playing with her son Zander. A lot about him has changed in since FOX40 visited them almost two years ago, but unfortunately Kemp says not the Facebook attacks on the breastfeeding support page she started after her own troubles trying to nurse him in public. “As soon as I get...

DMV Issues, Retracts Memo on Ride-Sharing Drivers Getting Commercial Licenses

Jan 23, 2015
DMV Issues, Retracts Memo on Ride-Sharing Drivers Getting Commercial Licenses

SACRAMENTO- This month, the California DMV issued a memo saying any car used for transporting people for money must be registered as a commercial vehicle. UPDATE: Late Friday, after this story aired, the DMV has retracted the memo, saying, in part: “The matter requires further review and analysis which the department is undertaking immediately.” That’s...

California Measles Outbreak Grows to 68 Cases

Jan 23, 2015
California Measles Outbreak Grows to 68 Cases

LOS ANGELES (CNN)- The measles outbreak in California is growing. The number of cases has increased to 68, with 48 of those cases linked to an outbreak at Disneyland, state health officials reported Friday. Two days ago, the health department reported 59 cases, 42 with a Disney connection. In addition, nine cases have been...

SkyMall Catalog Lands in Bankruptcy

Jan 23, 2015
SkyMall Catalog Lands in Bankruptcy

NEW YORK (CNN)- It’s a sad day for shoppers who love Sasquatch statues and electric slippers. The SkyMall catalog, a dog-eared best friend to bored and lonely fliers for 25 years, has filed for bankruptcy. The seatback mainstay may have suffered a steep decline as airlines began loosening the rules that allow fliers to...

San Joaquin County Opening Court for Veterans

Jan 23, 2015
San Joaquin County Opening Court for Veterans

STOCKTON- San Joaquin County is trying a new approach for veterans who have committed minor crimes. February will mark the first time Veteran’s Treatment Court will take place in the area. Veteran’s Treatment Court will be a collaborative effort that fuses justice and treatment together. “This is San Joaquin County’s first ever veteran’s treatment...

Sacramento Sees Troubling Rise in Animal Abuse Cases

Jan 23, 2015
Sacramento Sees Troubling Rise in Animal Abuse Cases

SACRAMENTO- More flowers and posters are being displayed at the site in Arden Arcade where a dog was trapped in a cage and burned alive, earlier this week. “General neglect is one thing, but intentional meeting and torture like the burn case is something completely different,” Gina Knepp of Front Street Animal Shelter said....

Police K-9 Injures Child in Tracy

Jan 23, 2015
Police K-9 Injures Child in Tracy

TRACY- Tracy Police say a K-9 injured a juvenile Thursday night. According to police, an officer was returning to his car to respond to a call for service when he saw that the back door was open and his K-9 partner was missing. Responding to the call on Cherry Blossom Lane, police say the K-9...

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