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Napa Bridge Closed After Thursday Quake

May 23, 2015
Napa Bridge Closed After Thursday Quake

NAPA — A turn of for the worse for this Napa County bridge after the second significant earthquake in this area in less than a year. It’s not hard to see the crack, even if it weren’t marked with yellow spray paint, running from one side of the deck to the other. Napa County...

Many Gather for Possible Wrong-Way Crash Victim’s Memorial

May 23, 2015
Many Gather for Possible Wrong-Way Crash Victim’s Memorial

WEST SACRAMENTO — The California Highway Patrol is still investigating a possible wrong-way crash which happened Monday. Meanwhile, family and friends of one of the two victims are said goodbye to a man they remember as a pillar in the West Sacramento community. 61-year-old Marvin Walker was one of two drivers killed in a...

Baby Bird Found Stabbed at South Natomas Nest Site

May 23, 2015
Baby Bird Found Stabbed at South Natomas Nest Site

NATOMAS — You probably won’t notice them on San Juan Avenue and Azevedo Drive, unless you look closely and listen to the chorus of chirping. “It’s really loud like a jungle or something,” said neighbor Alana Clark. There are nests in the trees, eggshells on the ground and feathers in the air. “It’s kind...

Arrest Made in Janitor Attack

May 23, 2015
Arrest Made in Janitor Attack

MADERA — One man has been arrested in the case of an attack on a Save Mart janitor last week. Last Saturday, two men attacked a janitor who was sweeping floors. The suspects, mistaking the janitor’s blue uniform as a gang affiliation, broke a wine bottle over the victim’s head. Today, police arrested one...

Workers at PennySaver Say They Were Abruptly Laid off

May 23, 2015
Workers at PennySaver Say They Were Abruptly Laid off

BREA, Calif. (AP) — Employees of PennySaver say the coupon magazine is going out of business. KCBS-TV reports hundreds of workers at the publication’s Southern California office were laid off on Friday after they met their weekly deadline. No one at PennySaver could be reached for comment on Saturday, but the station said a sign...

Placerville’s Mosquito Community Still Waiting for New Fire Chief

May 23, 2015
Placerville’s Mosquito Community Still Waiting for New Fire Chief

MOSQUITO — Residents in Placerville’s Mosquito community said they are upset that their fire department has not hired a new fire chief in years. “God forbid another King Fire comes. This is scary for our community, and it raises a lot of questions,” resident Kari Guthrie said. Guthrie is the wife of a 30-year...

One Arrested After Shooting Near Bannister Park

May 23, 2015
One Arrested After Shooting Near Bannister Park

FAIR OAKS — One man has been arrested in relation to a shooting death outside of Bannister Park Friday night. Sacramento Sheriff’s Deputies received a call in the late evening that a man had been shot near the river access and bike trail area outside of Bannister Park. When deputies arrived, they found the...

Man Arrested for Allegedly Manufacturing Assault Rifles, Selling Ecstasy

May 23, 2015
Man Arrested for Allegedly Manufacturing Assault Rifles, Selling Ecstasy

STOCKTON — Officers in Stockton have arrested one man for allegedly manufacturing illegal assault rifles and selling large amounts of ecstasy. Around 7:30 p.m. last night, gang taskforce officers conducted a probation search at a home in the 400 block of Mist Trail Drive. Inside, they found evidence the man inside was manufacturing the...

Ireland Votes Overwhelmingly in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage

May 23, 2015
Ireland Votes Overwhelmingly in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage

DUBLIN, Ireland (CNN) — Same-sex couples will soon be able to walk down the aisle in the Emerald Isle. Voters in Ireland overwhelmingly chose to change their nation’s constitution Friday, becoming the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage through popular vote. The official results were announced Saturday at a Dublin Castle...

New Details Emerge about Man Shot Multiple Times by Officer

May 22, 2015
New Details Emerge about Man Shot Multiple Times by Officer

SACRAMENTO — With the sounds of the Frank Hannon band blasting through Sacramento’s Caesar Chavez park, it was quite a scene on a Friday night. But some in the crowd held signs of protest, instead of band signs, because of the scene that played out there just 24 hours earlier. “Especially in a situation where, if someone...

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