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  • Two Teens Arrested after Tuolumne County House Fire, Death

    TUOLUMNE COUNTY — Two teenage boys have been arrested in connection to a house fire and death in Columbia. Kevin Drake said flames were taking over his neighbor’s trailer Tuesday morning. “I was seeing the flames come over the trees, that’s how big it was already,” Drake told FOX40. “I couldn’t do nothing, everything was already on the ground.” Unable to directly attack the fire until Sonora city crews arrived, Drake, who is a volunteer firefighter, cut a handline to […]

  • Adopt a Pet: Kaya

    Adopt Kaya at the Bradshaw Animal Shelter. Kaya (A761472) Breed: White and gray pit bull terrier Age: 7 Years Old Sex: Spayed Female Weight: 50 lbs Arrival: April 2019 Wants to be your one-and-only canine pal Loves people, treats and snuggles Knows sit, ready and eager to learn commands Medium energy blend, some play prior to relaxation Adoption Fee: $25 (spayed, vaccinated, microchipped) What else is happening? (LOTS OF CATS/KITTENS AT SHELTER) What: 13th Annual Kitty Palooza When: August 3 & 4 (12-4pm) Where: 3839 Bradshaw Road […]

  • Hot Summer Makeup Products

    Simone is outside with Jennifer Jones of Blades and Brushes Studio getting a look at some hot summer products.  

  • Dozens of Suspects Arrested, 21 Firearms Seized after 6-Month Stanislaus County Investigation

    MODESTO — Dozens of people have been arrested as part of an effort to dismantle alleged Norteño street gang activity in Stanislaus County. The suspects were charged with a wide variety of crimes including: conspiracy to commit murder, conspiracy to commit kidnapping and robbery, attempted murder, drug trafficking, firearms violations, and gang enhancements. The multi-agency operation known as Operation Red Desert, also resulted in the seizure of $15,950, 21 firearms and various amounts of heroin, methamphetamines, marijuana, ecstasy and hydrocodone. […]

  • Get Outdoors: Bridges to Explore

    Pedro  is hanging out outside with executive director Dyana Kelley from Camp California getting the details on different bridges in our area to explore. From groups, to landscapes, to travel, and even selfies, bridges are the most photographed architectural structures in the world.  After all who doesn’t want a picture from a bridge.   California has no shortage of bridges to explore.  So many in fact that it was difficult to narrow down our list to just 5.  However, these 5 offer […]

  • Man Who Stole Oakland Fire Department Truck Arrested in Vacaville After Chase

    VACAVILLE — A 31-year-old Oakland man was arrested Saturday afternoon in Vacaville after stealing a fire truck and leading authorities on a chase. Around 11:31 a.m. authorities in Vacaville were alerted by CHP of a pursuit of a man in a stolen Oakland Fire Department truck. The suspect was traveling on eastbound I-80 and quickly approaching the city. Vacaville officers successfully helped deploy spike strips on I-80 at Bella Vista. As the tires deflated, the suspect exited at Orange Drive […]

  • Woman Featured on Netflix’s ‘Jailbirds’ Arrested in Grass Valley

    GRASS VALLEY — The Grass Valley Police Department arrested a woman who appeared on the Netflix docuseries “Jailbirds.” Rachel Medlin, 23, of Nevada County was arrested after a citizen reported a drug dealing in the parking lot of a closed business. Medlin was arrested for heroin possession, possessing paraphernalia, as well as outstanding arrest warrants. She is also on probation in Sacramento County. Officers said Medlin proudly told them about her brief cameo on the show and even shared the […]

  • Powerball Ticket Worth Nearly $1 Million Sold at Natomas Gas Station

    NATOMAS — Check your Powerball tickets! A lucky winner won some serious cash in Wednesday night’s drawing. It wasn’t the $66 million prize. But, $995,044 isn’t bad, at all. The ticket was sold at the Shell Gas Station in Natomas at 3721 Truxel Road. It matched all of the numbers – 5, 35, 38, 42, 57 – except the Powerball number, 13. There was no jackpot winner in California but 48,632 winning tickets were sold — making the jackpot even […]

  • Sacramento Approves Free Transit Pass Program For All K-12 Students

    SACRAMENTO — All students living in Sacramento or going to school in the city will soon be able to get free rides with Sacramento Regional Transit. Starting in October, kids in grades K-12 will be eligible for free rides, not just on Sac RT buses but also on the light rail. According to Sacramento City Councilmember Jay Schenirer, the policy will implement the following: • Eligibility – This initiative will provide fare-free transit to youth in grades K-12 who live […]

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