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Closing Arguments in the Case of the Sexual Relationship with a Mentally Disabled Woman

Aug 7, 2013
Closing Arguments in the Case of the Sexual Relationship with a Mentally Disabled Woman

Tom Vukodonivich faces 57 felonies charges for a sexual relationship he had with a 49 year old developmentally disabled woman who the prosecution says has an IQ of 37 and is considered moderately retarded.  Mr. Vukodonivich was the bus driver in cha...

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Sac History Happenings
Cemetery symbols and Victorian funeral practices

Cemetery symbols and Victorian funeral practices

The next tour at Sacramento's Historic City Cemetery uncovers the hidden meaning behind the mysterious symbols that adorn the 19th century headstones. As before, knowledgeable docents in period attire will lead guests on a fascinating excursion into the past.Cemetery parking...

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Appeal Democrat
Marysville in dilemma over sewer bills

Faced with nothing but more costly options, Marysville officials will ask California Water Service to delay its earlier notice to halt sewer billing service for the city on Oct. 1. The City Council decided to approach Cal Water about the delay after...

Appeal Democrat
Riego overpass project picking up the pace in Sutter County

Work to replace a rural stoplight at the edge of Sacramento and Sutter counties is moving quickly, with the once-sleepy intersection morphing into a big-city interchange. Caltrans is doing excavation in the median, pushing around dirt for the ramps...

Appeal Democrat
A neighborly night across Yuba-Sutter

Meeting neighbors, eating some barbecue and sailing down a water slide were prominent features of Tuesday's National Night Out in Yuba and Sutter counties. First organized 30 years ago, the event offers residents a fun opportunity to focus on the...

Appeal Democrat
Trial begins in Sacramento for death cause by bomb planted in irrigation pump

SACRAMENTO — Colusa County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Thompson told a room of potential jurors in Sacramento that the trial of Paul Moore would be "one of the most interesting cases you've ever heard." The case is being tried in Sacramento County...

Appeal Democrat
Briefs: Back to School Fun Night set

Live Oak A variety of free goodies are part of the 2013 Back to School Fun Night set at the Live Oak city swimming pool on Pennington Road. The event, from 5:30 p.m-8 p.m. Tuesday, features 200 free backpacks distributed by the Kiwanis Club. Free...

FOX40
Car Sales on the Rise

Aug 6, 2013

Sales of automobiles in the U.S. are creeping closer to their pre-recession pace.

According to Autodata Corp, U.S. auto sellers moved 16.1 million cars in 2007, right before the economy tanked.  The figure hasn’t been matched since that time.  But …


Rio Linda Online
Roy Hayer Memorial Speedway Early History

Aug 6, 2013
Roy Hayer Memorial Speedway Early History

An award was given to Erwin Hayer this last weekend at the Hayer Memorial Speedway to honor the Hayer Family’s involvement and dedication to the sport over the years. Dawwna Paniagua covered the history of the track below; Quarter midget racing in Sacramento County was first held in the parking lot of a Sears...

FOX40
Women and Children Advised to Avoid Certain California Fish

Aug 6, 2013

FOLSOM–

Fishing may be a favorite pastime for many people, but the State Environmental Health Agency is warning people about which fish they can eat.

At Folsom Lake, FOX40 caught up with a set of twins fishing with their grandfather …


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