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Spoonful of Chutney—Go South!

Aug 19, 2015
Spoonful of Chutney—Go South!

By: Shreya Suresh Fun fact: Most popular Indian foods in the U.S. are North Indian specialties. Naan, paneer, and chicken tikka masala all originate in the North. South Indian cuisine is vastly different—it’s almost like eating food from a different country. Breads (like naan) are a staple of the North, while South Indians survive...

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Football, Volleyball Headline Access Sacramento’s Game of the Week 2015 Fall Sports Schedule

Aug 17, 2015
Football, Volleyball Headline Access Sacramento’s Game of the Week 2015 Fall Sports Schedule

by Will James Hometown Sports Game of the Week Concurrent with the conclusion of summer vacation and the annual back-to-school blitz onto local area campuses, the commencement of a new fall semester also rings the bell for high school student-athletics preparing to burst upon the scene. This call to action also signals the re-emergence...

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FOX40
More Questions as Investigation into Dance Teacher’s Actions Continues

Mar 31, 2015
More Questions as Investigation into Dance Teacher’s Actions Continues

FOLSOM — In a video posted to his Facebook page, you can see David Livingston showing off the kind of beautiful steps to which he’s dedicated his life. Now many in Folsom are questioning the kind of steps police say the 58-year-old made off the dance floor Monday. According to officers, he followed a...

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FOX40
Pair of Folsom Panhandlers Phony, Neighbors Say

Feb 23, 2015
Pair of Folsom Panhandlers Phony, Neighbors Say

FOLSOM- Neighbors in Folsom say phony panhandlers have been hitting them up in shopping center parking lots for money they don’t really need. “We made eye contact and she made a b-line for me,” Kelly Oakes said. Oakes recognized a mother and daughter pair of panhandlers outside the Folsom Target from a story she...

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FOX40
City of Folsom Considers Expanding Smoking Ordinance

Jan 15, 2015
City of Folsom Considers Expanding Smoking Ordinance

FOLSOM- The City of Folsom is exploring the possibility of expanding its smoking ordinance. If it moves forward, the expansion would enact smoking bans at restaurant and bar patios and inside new apartment buildings. The City Council discussed the idea Tuesday, and officials are meeting with restaurant and apartment managers for feedback. “We had...

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FOX40
‘Punch a Cop’ Boxing Class Fliers Taken Down at High School

Jan 5, 2015
‘Punch a Cop’ Boxing Class Fliers Taken Down at High School

FOLSOM- Roy Luchier was riding his bike near Folsom High School when he noticed a flier for an after-school boxing class and took a double take. “It kind of took me for a loop. I’m thinking, ‘Wait a second, that’s kind of offensive,'” Luchier said. The ad, which was posted in several spots around...

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FOX40
Folsom Palladio to Show ‘The Interview’

Dec 23, 2014
Folsom Palladio to Show ‘The Interview’

FOLSOM- It’s just the kind of plot twist Sony pictures has made its millions on. FOX40 explained to movie-goers at the Folsom Palladio 16 that their favorite theater would be one of a select group signed on to a post-scandal screening of “The Interview.” “I think they should play it. I want to see...

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Storm Preps mean Busy Gutter Cleaners

Dec 10, 2014
Storm Preps mean Busy Gutter Cleaners

FOLSOM- Gutter cleaners were incredibly busy Wednesday, a day before the region’s biggest storm in six years was expected to hit. “My phone has not stopped ringing,” John Shanahan, owner of Lighthouse Window Cleaning in Rocklin, told FOX40. “People are calling, wanting their gutters cleaned.” But Shanahan says a little work the night before...

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Folsom Police Help Rescue Wayward Tortoise

Nov 11, 2014
Folsom Police Help Rescue Wayward Tortoise

FOLSOM- Folsom Police officers came to the rescue of a large tortoise Monday. A driver waved down an officer to say a tortoise was in the middle of the road near Madison Avenue and Greenback Lane, according to Officer Andrew Bates. Bates says a reptile business is nearby, and the animal may have somehow...

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Sierra and foothills roadtrips in an electric car

Sierra and foothills roadtrips in an electric car

More electric vehicles are on the road, with Northern California ranked as the top EV region. By 2022, California’s electric vehicle sales are expected to be more than double the total for the next three most popular EV states. EVs aren’t just for intercity travel. Silicon Valley-based Tesla Motors, which is building an EV battery “gigafactory” in...

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