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Christmas Toys Stolen from Charity on Day of Distribution to Hundreds of Kids

Dec 19, 2014
Christmas Toys Stolen from Charity on Day of Distribution to Hundreds of Kids

MARYSVILLE- It was supposed to be a happy day, distributing toys and clothing to dozens of families in the Marysville area. Instead, employees found hundreds of items stolen. Workers with the Salvation Army in the Yuba-Sutter area say toys and clothes for more than 100 families were stolen from their distribution center in Marysville....

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Stockton “Grinch” Identified, Can You Help Catch Her?

Dec 19, 2014
Stockton “Grinch” Identified, Can You Help Catch Her?

STOCKTON- A “grinch” who stole a package off a Stockton porch minutes after it was delivered has been identified, but police need the public’s help to catch her. FOX40.com posted the story earlier this week, showing home surveillance video of the woman walking right up to a front porch along Boulder Creek Circle and...

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Caramel Apples Linked to 28 Illnesses and 4 Deaths in 10 States, Including California

Dec 19, 2014
Caramel Apples Linked to 28 Illnesses and 4 Deaths in 10 States, Including California

(CNN)- A sweet treat has turned potentially deadly for dozens of people in multiple states, including California. At least four people have died — in a fifth case tests are pending — after eating caramel apples that may have been infected with Listeria monocytogenes. Some 28 people have become infected with the deadly bacterium...

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Multiple Trucks Crash along I-5, Stopping Traffic During Heavy Rains

Dec 19, 2014
Multiple Trucks Crash along I-5, Stopping Traffic During Heavy Rains

SACRAMENTO- Just as heavy rains moved into the Sacramento area, at least two semi trucks crashed along southbound I-5 near Seamas Avenue. The accident, around 9 a.m., caused traffic to backup, just as the roadway began filling with water. Emergency crews say they are treating at least one person injured in the accident. Multiple lanes...

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Stockton Man Guilty of Human Trafficking, Forcing Runaways into Prostitution

Dec 19, 2014
Stockton Man Guilty of Human Trafficking, Forcing Runaways into Prostitution

STOCKTON- A 20-year-old man arrested in May with three underage girls and a fourth who says she was kidnapped and forced into prostitution, was found guilty of human trafficking. Chester Brown was arrested after a 17-year-old from Antioch contacted officials about him. The teen told police she had met Brown months earlier in Antioch...

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Woman Abducted at Gunpoint Outside Stockton Store

Dec 19, 2014
Woman Abducted at Gunpoint Outside Stockton Store

STOCKTON- A woman was taken at gunpoint Thursday night in Stockton, and officers are trying to find her. Just before 9 p.m., employees at a Radio Shack along Pacific Avenue say a woman walked in and asked to use their phone. She became emotional, and irrational while talking to someone on the phone, according...

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Website to Predict Palo Alto-Area Flooding in the Works

Dec 19, 2014

The website would display San Francisquito Creek on a map and use a color-coded system to indicate the likelihood of it overtopping at known trouble spots.

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Anti-Police Brutality March Remains Peaceful in Sacramento

Dec 18, 2014
Anti-Police Brutality March Remains Peaceful in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO- About 30 to 50 people took to the streets of downtown Sacramento Thursday night to rally against police brutality. Only one lane of 3rd Street was closed by police as demonstrators walked mainly on the sidewalks around the Downtown Plaza. “Sometimes it disrupts things, which causes even more of a disruption so the politicians and...

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Fairfield PD Encourages Other Agencies to Use Body Cameras

Dec 18, 2014
Fairfield PD Encourages Other Agencies to Use Body Cameras

FAIRFIELD- The deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner at the hands of police officers have led to widespread and sometimes violent protests across the country. What some call police brutality is prompting many to ask police departments to start using body cameras. Although the cameras come with a hefty price tag, the Fairfield...

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Anti-Bullying Programs Would Be Restored with New Legislation

Dec 18, 2014
Anti-Bullying Programs Would Be Restored with New Legislation

SACRAMENTO- A new bill aims to restore anti-bullying programs cut because of funding. Assembly Bill 63, introduced by Concord Asm. Susan A. Bonilla, would allow for a specialized license plate available through the Department of Motor Vehicles. Funds raised from those plates would go toward those anti-bullying programs. “No child should attend school in...

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