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Some Turlock Residents Say City is Trying to Tell them How to Vote

Sep 29, 2014
Some Turlock Residents Say City is Trying to Tell them How to Vote

TURLOCK - Some Turlock residents were angered after receiving a insert for Measure B in this month’s utility bill. “They’re trying to tell us how to vote. They’re trying to pass this measure as if we’re a bunch of sheep,” said one resident. The insert included the website http://www.FixTurlockRoads.com on it. That’s a political...

Some Turlock Residents Say City is Trying to Tell them How to Vote

Sep 29, 2014
Some Turlock Residents Say City is Trying to Tell them How to Vote

TURLOCK - Some Turlock residents were angered after receiving a insert for Measure B in this month’s utility bill. “They’re trying to tell us how to vote. They’re trying to pass this measure as if we’re a bunch of sheep,” said one resident. The insert included the website http://www.FixTurlockRoads.com on it. That’s a political...

Seemingly Healthy Woman Partially Paralyzed by West Nile Virus

Sep 23, 2014
Seemingly Healthy Woman Partially Paralyzed by West Nile Virus

MODESTO- Sarah Fields, a 36-year-old mother of two, was almost always on her feet. “Just had a really nice balance…. full life,” said Fields. That life turned upside down in June when she was bitten by a mosquito carrying the West Nile virus. “Electrical jolts were kind of bursting me out of sleep in...

Riverbank Voting on Temporarily Banning New Tattoo Shops

Sep 22, 2014
Riverbank Voting on Temporarily Banning New Tattoo Shops

RIVERBANK - According to a new Riverbank city hall report, tattoo shops support crime and infectious disease. Ray Hoot, the owner of a Riverbank tattoo shop, surprisingly agrees with the report. He says the city needs to take a close look at the people who want to open tattoo parlors. “They do need to...

Folsom Lake Speed Limit Reduced

Sep 9, 2014
Folsom Lake Speed Limit Reduced

 FOLSOM - Folsom Lake is so low, it’s now considered dangerous to speed on it. State park officials lowered the speed limit to 5 miles per hour on Monday. “To see it this low, is discouraging,” boater John Harris said. Eric Dales, an official based on Folsom Lake says the speed limit is to protect lake-goers....

Founder of Sleep Train Sells Mattress Company for $425 Million

Sep 4, 2014
Founder of Sleep Train Sells Mattress Company for $425 Million

ROCKLIN - Founder and CEO of Sleep Train, Dale Carlsen, sold his mattress company on Thursday to Mattress Firm Holding Corporation in Texas for $425 million. “It’s an exciting time for the local community as well as the nation,” Carlsen Said. “What we’re looking for is really to be able to be the best...

CHP Investigating 18-year-old Death as Hit-and-Run

Sep 1, 2014
CHP Investigating 18-year-old Death as Hit-and-Run

SACRAMENTO— Eighteen-year-old Brianna Norman left a Sacramento 7-11 and raced across Madison Avenue near Auburn Boulevard, according to witnesses. They say she may have been trying to catch a bus. But according to CHP, she never made it across the street. At around 4:30 p.m., CHP says a 47-year-old female driver in a 2005...

Sacramento Community Leaders Encourage Employers to Hire Former Inmates

Aug 26, 2014
Sacramento Community Leaders Encourage Employers to Hire Former Inmates

Several Sacramento Community leaders met with employers Tuesday morning to encourage them to hire former inmates. The California Prison Authority, The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency along with other associations gathered to encourage business owners to hire former offenders.

Cat Rescued from Storm Drain After One Week

Aug 15, 2014
Cat Rescued from Storm Drain After One Week

ROCKLIN -

It’s been a long week for Katie Lynn the kitten.  The cat has been stuck in a Rocklin storm drain since last Friday, when she jumped into the gutter when running away from a dog. She managed to


Citrus Heights Residents Fight Against Potential City Hall Move

Aug 14, 2014
Citrus Heights Residents Fight Against Potential City Hall Move

CITRUS HEIGHTS -

Some Citrus Heights residents want city hall to stay on Fountain Square Drive.

The city is considering leasing the area to the Dignity Health medical group.

It’s a proposal that Tom Scheeler is hoping to stop.

“Frankly, …


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