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Man Facing Hate Crime Charges After Shooting Paintballs at Gay Nightclub Goers

Jun 24, 2016

STOCKTON — Branden Staples mouthed, “I love you” to one of his friends in a San Joaquin County courtroom and told a judge he had been fired from his job the day he was arrested earlier this week. The 19-year-old faces multiple charges, including assault with a deadly weapon, making terrorists threats and others...

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Locals React, Predict Effects of Britain’s Historic ‘Brexit’ Vote

Jun 24, 2016

SACRAMENTO– Lilian Monceaux serves up a taste of home — fish and chips and mushy peas. Her homeland is more than 5,000 miles away. But since 1985 she’s been selling English snacks and traditional meals at ‘Touch of Britain’ in North Highlands. She’s surprised but not upset after Britain’s historic vote to exit the European Union. “They’re...

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Video Shows Dunkin’ Employee Dropping Donuts, Putting Them on Sale Rack

Jun 24, 2016

MENDON, Mass. — Disturbing video circulating on Facebook purportedly shows a Dunkin’ Donuts employee at a Massachusetts restaurant dropping a tray of donuts on the tile floor, then putting them back on the rack for sale. The nauseating footage, originally recorded in November of 2015, went viral on social media after a former employee,...

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Recall on Muscle Milk From Sacramento Facility for ‘Premature Spoilage’

Jun 24, 2016
Recall on Muscle Milk From Sacramento Facility for ‘Premature Spoilage’

SACRAMENTO — A local food supplier is voluntarily recalling several products of the protein drink Muscle Milk for the “potential for premature product spoilage,” the FDA announced. HP Hood is recalling certain code dates on Muscle Milk from it’s Sacramento after identifying a possible packaging defect that could result in spoilage during transport and...

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Laos & Cambodia rosewood exports violate UN treaty

Jun 24, 2016

LONDON, June 24, 2016 - Criminality and corruption have swept a flood of endangered rosewood exports from Laos and Cambodia which fundamentally violate trade protections imposed by the UN Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES).

In the new report Red AlertPDF, the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) reveals that in the first 18...

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Candy Shop’s Secret Door Concealed Major NYC Heroin Mill, Police Say

Jun 24, 2016

NEW YORK — The cheery red, white and blue sign advertised candy and ice cream, but police say the Brooklyn store was selling something far more sinister. Behind a secret door at the Gates Candy & Grocery Store, officers found what appeared to be bags of heroin and barrels of fentanyl, the powerful painkiller...

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Sacramento Man Arrested on Human Trafficking Charge

Jun 24, 2016
Sacramento Man Arrested on Human Trafficking Charge

SACRAMENTO — A Sacramento man was arrested on a list of serious charges, including human trafficking, after one of his alleged victims escaped from an apartment in Redding, officials say. A woman contacted police Tuesday evening at Hinkle’s Market in Redding. She had been reported missing a day earlier in the Redding area. Police...

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AutoGlo
Improved Maxima still has pop, generous perks

Jun 24, 2016
Improved Maxima still has pop, generous perks

A menu of Mark Glover’s AutoGlo car reviews can be seen on the Business page of The Sacramento Bee’s website  www.sacbee.com/news/business/article4005306.html



Sacramento, California – Another week, another Nissan.  But we step up in class this week to one of my long-standing favorites.


It seems that the Nissan Maxima gets way too little love among auto-reviewing colleagues, but...

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Children’s Health Access Improving in California, Researchers Say

Jun 24, 2016

By Hannah Guzik

California has improved access to health care for children in recent years, but still lags behind many other states in terms of the overall well-being of kids, a new report finds.

A nationwide ranking system by two children’s groups says California comes in 38th for well-being for kids.

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California Funds Nation’s First Firearm Research Center

Jun 24, 2016
California Funds Nation’s First Firearm Research Center

By Hannah Guzik

On June 15, the state legislature voted to spend $5 million to create a gun violence research center, which will work to understand the public health problem in the hopes of preventing deaths. It will be the first center of its kind in the country.

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