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Documents Offer Look into Stockton Bank Robbery, Chase Investigation

Aug 26, 2014
Documents Offer Look into Stockton Bank Robbery, Chase Investigation

STOCKTON- Newly-released documents shed some light on the investigation into the July 16 Stockton bank robbery, chase and shootout that ended in three deaths. On July 17, investigators searched the home that 19-year-old Jaime Ramos shared with his girlfriend and parents. Ramos is the sole-surviving suspect allegedly involved in the chase and shootout but...

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Napa Passes Resolution Waiving Inspection, Permit Fees after Quake

Aug 26, 2014
Napa Passes Resolution Waiving Inspection, Permit Fees after Quake

NAPA- To make things easier on people and businesses dealing with quake damage,  the City of Napa has passed a resolution waiving inspection and permit fees to jumpstart the rebuilding process. Families at Charter Oaks apartments can’t wait for that because it means another day of waiting and wondering for those who should be behind...

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Napa Teen Hurt in Quake Describes Ordeal

Aug 26, 2014
Napa Teen Hurt in Quake Describes Ordeal

SACRAMENTO- The 13-year-old Napa boy injured when a chimney collapsed in Sunday’s 6.0 earthquake said on Tuesday he feels lucky to be alive. Nick Dillon spoke with reporters from his hospital bed at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento.  He is recovering from a nearly 10-hour surgery to repair his fractured pelvis. “I have, like, three...

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Sacramento Community Leaders Encourage Employers to Hire Former Inmates

Aug 26, 2014
Sacramento Community Leaders Encourage Employers to Hire Former Inmates

Several Sacramento Community leaders met with employers Tuesday morning to encourage them to hire former inmates. The California Prison Authority, The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the Sacramento Employment and Training Agency along with other associations gathered to encourage business owners to hire former offenders.

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Family Grieving after Toddler’s Drowning Death

Aug 26, 2014
Family Grieving after Toddler’s Drowning Death

CITRUS HEIGHTS- Family and friends still grieving the death of a toddler who drowned over the weekend are raising money for the 3-year-old’s funeral. Now, Leah McDaniel’s family is hoping her death serves as a reminder about pool safety. Dana Yowell, Leah’s mother, says she is trying to stay positive, but it’s difficult while...

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Businesses Slowly Reopen after Napa Quake

Aug 26, 2014
Businesses Slowly Reopen after Napa Quake

NAPA- Businesses in downtown Napa that suffered damages from Sunday’s earthquake are starting to reopen. Many along Second and Third Streets are still red and yellow tagged, but those that have passed city inspections are now welcoming guests. Patricia Trimble reopened her antique shop, The Roost, Tuesday morning after two full days of cleanup....

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Algae Stinking Up Stockton Waterfront

Aug 26, 2014
Algae Stinking Up Stockton Waterfront

STOCKTON- If you take a close look at Stockton Waterfront, the water is fluorescent green and swirling with algae. Many are staying away from the area, not because the water is green, but because it stinks. “Garbage,” longtime resident Gary Trujillo, who remembers the algae from swimming as a child, said Tuesday. “That’s what...

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Man Arrested after Alleged Forklift Joyride

Aug 26, 2014
Man Arrested after Alleged Forklift Joyride

SACRAMENTO- A man was arrested early Monday morning after police say he broke into a U-Haul business and rode around on a forklift. Officers say the report came in shortly before 2:40 a.m. at the business at El Camino Avenue and Princeton Street. Police say officers arrived to find 40-year-old Jeffrey Kocher on the forklift....

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Napa Continues to Red Tag Buildings, Including Some Undamaged by Quake

Aug 26, 2014
Napa Continues to Red Tag Buildings, Including Some Undamaged by Quake

NAPA- The City of Napa announced Tuesday that 103 buildings have now been red-tagged after a 6.0 earthquake rocked Northern California Sunday. Among the buildings deemed inhabitable – Molinari’s Caffe, off of Brown Street near 3rd Street, despite the fact that it survived the quake unscathed. “It is frustrating,” owner Rick Molinari said. “We...

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Protestors Greet Mexican President In Sacramento

Aug 26, 2014
Protestors Greet Mexican President In Sacramento

SACRAMENTO- President of Mexico Enrique Pena Nieto was the guest of Governor Brown for a luncheon at the Stanford Mansion, but outside his greeting different than the cordial affair hosted by the governor. Governor Brown was the president’s guest during a trade mission to Mexico six weeks ago. Armed forces supporters held a noisy...

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