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The Sacramento Bee
Firefighter injured; expected rain could help crews battling King blaze

Firefighter injured; expected rain could help crews battling King blaze

In advance of an expected shift in weather that could help firefighters get the upper hand on the massive King fire, an inmate firefighter suffered a serious injury Wednesday when a tree limb struck him. Fire burns through tall trees near Uncle To...

The Sacramento Bee
King fire burn increases 3,300 acres; containment up again

King fire burn increases 3,300 acres; containment up again

The King fire continues to show slight growth, but containment of the massive wildland blaze is also increasing. Dave Camp said that he and his wife, Cathy, opted to stay at their home because they felt better at home with their pets and other pla...

Old Guy Tech TV
Reel Flix Reviews Episode 117 – Band of Brothers (2001)

Sep 23, 2014

This Week Jon, James, Ryan and Rob Discuss: Band of Brothers (2001)  The Rating For Band of Brothers (2001) is:  Jon 5/5, James 5/5, Ryan 5/5, Rob 5/5 Reel Flix Reviews Score 5/5      

Old Guy Tech TV
Reel Flix Reviews Episode 116 – Funny People (2009)

Sep 23, 2014

This Week Jon, James, Ryan and Rob Discuss: Funny People (2009) Directed by: Judd Apatow                    Next week's movie is: Clerks. (1994) Directed by: Kevin Smith The Rating For Funny People (2...

The Sacramento Bee
Defendant explodes in anger during El Dorado murder trial

Defendant explodes in anger during El Dorado murder trial

An El Dorado County murder trial was abruptly interrupted Tuesday morning when the defendant, Todd Winkler, erupted, screaming at the deputy district attorney during her opening statements. Todd Winkler, right, appears in a Placerville courtroom i...

The Sacramento Bee
King fire containment grows to 37 percent but wind poses threat

King fire containment grows to 37 percent but wind poses threat

Crews have made good progress on the King fire overnight even though the wild land blaze continues to spread.


A helicopter with the California Department of Forestry drops fire retardant on a canyon near Wofford Acres Vineyards as multiagency crews continue to fight the King fire on Monday, Sept. 22,...

The Sacramento Bee
Residents displaced by King fire keep wary eye on their houses

Residents displaced by King fire keep wary eye on their houses

Every day for the last week, Fred and Diana Adams have made their way to an Apple Hill winery to peer across a vast, forested canyon and see if their house has been consumed by the King fire.


As a Cal Fire helicopter flies above them, Fred and Diana Adams...

The Sacramento Bee
King fire burn now listed at 87,592 acres

King fire burn now listed at 87,592 acres

The King fire grew 5,000 acres overnight. Mike, and Trish Kirk with their son James posted a sign on Foresthill Road thanking the firefighter for their work fighting the King fire Sunday September 21, 2014 in Foresthill.

The Sacramento Bee
130-square-mile King fire forces cancellation of Ironman Lake Tahoe

130-square-mile King fire forces cancellation of Ironman Lake Tahoe

As the massive King fire consumed nearly 130 square miles of Sierra terrain, firefighters continued their battle and the blaze worsened air quality over a large swath of the foothills.


James Kirk ride his bike in the smoke from the King fire Sunday September 21, 2014 in Foresthill, Cailf.

The Sacramento Bee
Chico’s to open new store in Folsom’s Palladio at Broadstone

Chicos to add new store in Folsom’s Palladio

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