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  • Stockton Firefighter Memorial Moved Due to Repeated Vandalism

    STOCKTON — Crews finished removing a Stockton firefighter memorial from Weber Point Thursday morning. The Stockton Firefighters Relief Association made the difficult decision after the memorial dedicated to fallen firefighters had been repeatedly vandalized. “Yeah, itss a very emotional day,” explained Stockton Fire Captain Tony Moudaukis as he lead the demolition of the memorial he engineered. “I put all those bricks in, now we are tearing them all out.” After repeated vandalism, Stockton firefighters break down the firefighter memorial at […]

  • National Signing Day for Local High School Students

    Karma is out in Carmichael witnessing local high school student athletes from Jesuit High School and Del Campo High School sign letters of intent for college..  

  • Language Immersion Program Touts Success in Open House

    SACRAMENTO — For some Sacramento first-graders, Spanish isn’t just a class — it’s the language of almost all of their classes. “Ninety percent of the instructional time is in Spanish,” Spanish Immersion Program Director Gerardo Guzman said. The percentage of class time in English increases as the students move through elementary school. Still, when Clarissa Alva first heard of the Spanish Immersion program at the Thomas Edison Language Institute, she had reservations. “How am I supposed to help my student? […]

  • Limitless Escape Games in Stockton

    FOX40 takes a look inside Limitless Escape Games in Stockton! Limitless offers escape and puzzle rooms that are great for group outings or a unique date night. Learn more by clicking here.

  • Crews Quickly Put Out Attic Fire in Meadowview-Area Home

    SACRAMENTO — The Sacramento Fire Department says crews took just 15 minutes to put out an attic fire at a home along John Still Drive in the Meadowview neighborhood. Battalion Chief Jeff Helvin said a neighbor called about seeing smoke coming from the roof. The family living in the home had already escaped by the time firefighters showed up, Helvin said. Firefighters found a marijuana grow operation inside, which police say was larger than the legal limit. The cause of […]

  • Sacramento Republic FC Announces New Head Coach

    SACRAMENTO — With much fanfare Sacramento Republic FC introduced their new head coach Simon Elliot, a former MLS player who has coached Sacramento Republic’s Academy teams since 2015. “It’s a new group and some of them don`t know each other, and we need to bring them together quickly,” Elliot said. The news came just hours after the soccer team announced the immediate departure of former head coach Paul Buckle with no explanation of why he left. When asked if Buckle’s […]

  • California DMV Begins Accepting Applications for REAL IDs

    SACRAMENTO — The line at the Department of Motor Vehicles was unsurprisingly long Monday morning as people lined up to do everything from register vehicles to take a driving test. But there is a new service on the menu — getting a REAL ID. Monday was the first day for Californians to apply for one. California’s current driver licenses do not meet federal security standards. Two dozen other states are also non-compliant. Starting October 1, 2020, the federal government will […]

  • UC Davis Hosts Puerto Rican Graduate Students

    ┬áDAVIS — Last September, Adlin Rodriguez had just begun her last year at the University of San Juan. She was just one dissertation away from becoming Dr. Rodriguez and then, like millions of her fellow Puerto Ricans, Hurricane Maria turned her life upside down and recovery has been painfully slow. “You try to remain calm, to be positive, but sometimes you get frustrated,” Rodriguez said. She says she and her family were the lucky ones. She only lost her home […]

  • Once Violations are Fixed, South Sacramento Man May Be Able to Return Home

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO — The city`s move to put a man out of his home left the 75-year-old homeless and sparked outrage. “That was just one of those really tough ones for us to deal with,” said┬áChief Code Enforcement Officer Carl Simpson. Simpson spoke about about the story that has struck a chord in the community. Leon Dotson, the owner of an improvised log cabin on Florin Road, is an eclectic collector, as well as a hoarder with nearly two decades […]