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    Northern California Lawmakers Razz L.A. Legislators over Dodgers Shutout Sweep

    (LA Times) — California Assemblyman Bill Dodd, a Democrat from Napa, brought an unusual accessory to Friday’s floor session: a kitchen broom, a not-so-subtle nod to the three-shutout series sweep inflicted on the Dodgers by the San Francisco Giants this week. The Giants-Dodgers acrimony has been one of California’s most enduring sports rivalries — one that often creeps into life at the Capitol, from Twitter banter between members to office decor. With the Giants winning three World Series championships since […]

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    You Could Win a Disneyland Resort Vacation!

    FOX40 wants to take you to a place where families have come back to generation after generation. And now comes a dazzling celebration 60 years in the making- “The Disneyland Resort Diamond Celebration!” With a new nighttime parade new World of Color Spectacular and more! Its time to recapture that magic again. And come feel forever young. Win an Diamond Celebration Vacation to the Disneyland Resort. Beginning this Friday, watch FOX40 News at 7AM-get the code word-and enter HERE. Friday […]

  • What You Should Know About Installing Fake Grass

    It’s known as “frass” in some circles – fake grass, turf – and it can be costly to have professionally installed – sometimes running $6,000 on up. Our DIY Diva Sue Monday shows how you can install turf yourself for half the cost.

  • What You Should Know About Installing Fake Grass

    It’s known as “frass” in some circles – fake grass, turf – and it can be costly to have professionally installed – sometimes running $6,000 on up. Our DIY Diva Sue Monday shows how you can install turf yourself for half the cost.

  • Pet-friendly Plants You Should Have in Your Yard

    The California drought has many homeowners revamping their landscaping to be more drought-friendly. But certain plants may be harmful to your pets. Dr. Jyl Rubin of Mobile Vet Connection and Horticulturalist Zen Landis of Green Acres Nursery & Supply in Roseville show off the good and the bad plants for your yard.

  • Volvo Unveils a New Ride

    Swedish car manufacturer Volvo is investing heavily in the U.S. with a new 500 million dollar factory in South Carolina with a plant to launch a new line of vehicles over the next 3 years.  Fox40 automotive expert Nik Miles got a chance to check out the newest Volvo soon to hit a dealership near you.

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    Brides-to-Be Buy Beautiful Wedding Dresses for a Good Cause

    SACRAMENTO- Local brides-to-be had the opportunity to buy beautiful wedding dresses for a great cause at the “Brides for a Cause” wedding dress sale in Sacramento this weekend. Brides for a Cause collects donated wedding dresses and sells them at a discount. Half the funds from the dress sales go to the nonprofit Wish Upon a Wedding, which provides a dream wedding to terminally ill couples. If you’re interested in donating your wedding dress to help make someone’s dream come […]

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    Former University of San Francisco President Dies at 90

    LOS GATOS, Calif. (AP) — The Rev. John Lo Schiavo, former president of the University of San Francisco who presided over the university’s resurgence and a shutdown of its basketball program, died Friday. He was 90. USF says Lo Schiavo died peacefully in the infirmary at Sacred Heart Jesuit Center in Los Gatos. A San Francisco native, Lo Schiavo was born in 1925 to Italian immigrants. His 65-year association with USF began in 1950, when he became an instructor of […]

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    Stanford Band Banned from Road Games Next Season

    STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — The Stanford marching band will be banned from performing at away games for the 2015-16 season. The school announced the decision Friday after an investigation into the band’s activities from 2012-15 determined it violated university policies regarding alcohol, controlled substances, hazing and sexual harassment. In addition to the travel ban, the band also will need to ensure compliance with school policies on alcohol, hazing and sexual harassment. The band will be permitted to play at home […]