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Parts of Midtown Blocked off for Murder Investigation

Oct 8, 2013
Parts of Midtown Blocked off for Murder Investigation

Crime tape roped off parts of Midtown Sacramento early Tuesday morning as police investigated the murder of a man in his 20′s.

Sacramento Police Department officers detained two people near the area on O Street near 17th Street and say …


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Shoplifters Unwittingly Lead Authorities to their Pot Grow

Oct 7, 2013

SACRAMENTO COUNTY–

Loss prevention employees at an Antelope Walmart are being credited for helping deputies arrest three suspects and take down a marijuana grow house.

The employees approached two of the suspects who had been shoplifing.

“As he attempted to …


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Donations Sought for Human Trafficking Victim Safe House

Oct 7, 2013
Donations Sought for Human Trafficking Victim Safe House

safe house for sex traffickingFRENCH CAMP–

The reality of what’s happening in San Joaquin County has forced two sisters and their best friend to unite on a mission to rescue victims from human sex trafficking.

“I want to help young women out of a …

FOX40
Home Sales Affected by Government Shutdown?

Oct 7, 2013

SACRAMENTO—

The government shutdown is slamming the door on some families looking to a purchase a home.

“We were hoping that September, October would really jumpstart our market. Now with the government shutdown, we’re seeing even more slowing,” said Robert …


California Political News and Views
California’s New Feudalism Benefits a Few at the Expense of the Multitude

  California’s New Feudalism Benefits a Few at the Expense of the Multitude by Joel Kotkin, Daily Beast,   10/5/13 California has been the source of much innovation, from agribusiness and oil to fashion and the digital world. Historically much...

East Sacramento Preservation
Is the McKinley Village Traffic Study A Botched Job?

Is the McKinley Village Traffic Study A Botched Job?

  It just gets more and more curious. Study days during the summer. Counting cars in detour areas. Meters placed on streets surrounded by road work. Does the city expect neighbors not to notice? What is going on here? Will … Continue reading

FOX40
Tracking Software Installed on School Buses

Oct 7, 2013

FOLSOM–

It may just be every parent’s dream: Knowing where your child is. And, it just got a little easier for parents with kids in the Folsom-Cordova Unified School District.

“Technology is helping us do all of our work better,” …


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RT Bus Hits, Kills Bicyclist in South Sac

Oct 7, 2013
RT Bus Hits, Kills Bicyclist in South Sac

SACRAMENTO COUNTY—

A man is dead after a Regional Transit bus hit him near Florin Road and East Parkway.

The accident happened just after 6 p.m. according to CHP. The man was riding his bicycle at the time of the …


FOX40
Surgery Scheduled for Sumatran Tiger at Sacramento Zoo

Oct 7, 2013

SACRAMENTO–

The Sacramento Zoo’s senior Sumatran Tiger will undergo surgery to treat kidney stones.

Castro the tiger is no stranger to medical attention. The 15-year-old carnivore suffers from lymphoma, a cancer that is fatal, but his condition has improved with …


Sac History Happenings
2013 Family History Day

2013 Family History Day

Free event gives you the tools to research your genealogy. 2011 Family History Day as seen from the Gallery at the California State Archives.

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