Community News Picks

Editorial picks featuring items that are primarily of interest to smaller neighborhoods/regions or special groups.

The California Aggie
Month of January sees rise in burglaries in Davis

Feb 4, 2013

The Davis Police Department (DPD) has reported an influx of burglaries in the past month. From Jan. 1 to 9, DPD reported eight residential burglaries. The increase in burglaries continued throughout January. On Jan. 24, the Davis Police reported a total of 21 burglaries had taken place in the past two weeks. The suspects...

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Appeal Democrat
1 killed, 3 injured in Linda drive-by shooting

One person was killed and three others injured in a drive-by shooting on Sunday night in Linda, officials said. The incident occurred at about 10 p.m. on the 5800 block of Poplar Avenue. The three other victims who were injured in the incident were...

FOX40
Suspicious Grave Near Hospital Forces Dig, Dead Puppy Found

Feb 3, 2013

OAKDALE–

Robert Delarm was walking with his 2-year-old daughter Maricella Sunday afternoon when he came across a makeshift grave.

“It says ‘Here Lies Baby’ and it spooked the heck out of me,” Delarm said.

In all, the marker read- Here


Sac History Happenings
A little Super Bowl history

A little Super Bowl history

It's Super Bowl Sunday! Time for a little 49er history. The San Francisco football team first appeared in the super match-up on Jan. 24, 1982, beating the Cincinnati Bengals 26-21 in the Pontiac Silverdome. That was the first Super Bowl...

Sac History Happenings
Dessert Tour benefits Sacramento Heritage

Dessert Tour benefits Sacramento Heritage

Here's a historic tour for people with a sweet tooth. Next Saturday local historian William Burg will lead an architectural jaunt in Midtown Sacramento's diverse neighborhood. Architectural styles include Italianate, Queen Anne, Craftsman and revival, as well as Mid-Century...

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AccessLocal.TV
CollegeWeekLive brings the college fair right to your home

CollegeWeekLive brings the college fair right to your home

To many determined teenagers, college is something that weighs heavily on their minds. With parents, teachers, counselors, and other influential people often stressing the importance ...

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FOX40
Machete-Wielding Copper Thief Arrested in Woodland

Feb 1, 2013
Machete-Wielding Copper Thief Arrested in Woodland

WOODLAND-

A man wielding a machete who stole copper wire from a business was later caught while riding his bike near the victims.

The owner and an employee of Leyva’s Auto Body Repair Shop in Woodland came back to the …


Jeff Pellines Sierra Foothills Report
McClintock meets his new constituents with same dogma

Editor’s note: Tom is hopelessly out of step with his constituents in Truckee — still part of his district. In fact, this type of rhetoric is just a slap in their face. “Congressman Tom McClintock probably will not be mistaken for either of his predecessors representing the Mother Lode in the U.S. House of...

FOX40
Kapernick Good for Business in Turlock

Jan 31, 2013

TURLOCK-

There is no quarterback sneak when it comes to where Colin Kaepernick’s home town is.

It seems like every time he opens his mouth, Kaepernick is talking about his home town of Turlock, his family, teachers and high school. …


Appeal Democrat
Yuba-Sutter homeless count rises from year ago

A highly preliminary count of the homeless in Yuba-Sutter shows an increase from a year ago, but possible reasons as to why are harder to find. The annual count, which ended Thursday, shows 713 people living outdoors, up from 574 in 2012. The numbers...

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