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  • Vacaville Family Displaced After Suspicious Fire Sets Their Home Ablaze

    VACAVILLE — A Vacaville family is thankful to be alive after they narrowly escape a suspicious fire earlier this week. Firefighters can be seen battling flames as the mobile home is seen completely engulfed. Their home — a total loss; a heartbreaking loss. The family says they’ve owned the trailer home for 25 years. They’ve never experienced a fire until they were woken up by flames bursting through their front door. “He came in and said the house was on […]

  • Family Says Their Home Surveillance System Caught Woman Leaving a Baby in Their Driveway for Two Hours

    DEL PASO HEIGHTS — Footage from home surveillance show a woman walking into a driveway, dropping off what appears to be a “baby” in an infant seat then returning two hours later. The family living at that home say this all happened Wednesday night on Harris Avenue in Del Paso Heights. They say the woman left behind other items belonging to a child. The family says baby formula and baby toys with women’s clothing were found where the car seat […]

  • Placerville Barbershop Owner Apologizes for Hanging Kaepernick Doll from Noose

    PLACERVILLE — A Placerville barbershop is taking heat after a photograph of a hanging doll portraying Colin Kaepernick was posted on social media. “They got Colin Kaepernick hanging from a noose,” said Joseph. The picture was shared by Joseph, who wanted to be referred to only by his first name. It was taken inside the Bowtie Barbershop in downtown Placerville and shows the former 49ers player hanging from the ceiling by a noose. “I literally had no idea that I […]

  • Man Convicted in 2015 Vallejo Kidnapping Case Returning to Court, Representing Himself

    VALLEJO — A man convicted for kidnapping a Vallejo woman back in 2015 will be in court next week representing himself, according to the Solano County District Attorney’s Office. Matthew Muller pleaded guilty for kidnapping Denise Huskins and is currently serving 40 years in federal prison. “You don’t see it very often but it’s a part of the Constitution,” Sacramento-based attorney Mark Reichel said of self-representation in the courtroom. “I’ve been in court for about 30 years and I do […]

  • 5 Injured after Suspected Drunken Driver Runs Red Light in South Sacramento

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO — Five people were injured Sunday when a man suspected of driving under the influence ran a red light in South Sacramento. Sacramento County Sheriff’s Sgt. Shaun Hampton says the man’s pickup truck was being pursued by a patrol car after hitting speeds of up to 70 mph. The driver then sped through a red light and T-boned another car, according to Hampton. “My dad called saying my little sisters had been in a car crash,” said Jorge […]

  • Elk Grove Council Members Voice Concerns After Local Rapper is Given Key to the City

    ELK GROVE – A controversial artist’s lyrics and right to hold the key to the city are at the forefront of the latest Elk Grove city council meeting. The city of Elk Grove sent out a press release back in August saying hip-hop artist Saweetie, a Monterey Trail High School graduate, was the latest recipient of the prestigious honor. Saweetie is just now climbing her way up the charts as a hip-hop artist. And she’s the first to musical artist […]

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    Personnel From Travis Air Force Base are Being Deployed to Aid in the Carolinas Amid Storm Florence

    FAIRFIELD — In response to the deadly hurricane impacting several Mid-Atlantic states, crews from all across California are heading east to help. The latest crews to be sent out? Medical personnel from Travis Air Force Base (TAFB). Crews just found out Friday they’re being deployed. They found out they will be flying out, then “standing by” at an Illinois air force base – to offer medical help. Hurricane Florence is unleashing damaging winds and flooding across the Carolinas. “Four teams […]

  • California First Responders Head to East Coast as Residents Brace for Flooding

    FAIRFIELD — As Hurricane Florence continues to flood the Mid-Atlantic coastal cities, California’s first responders are heading out to help in search and rescue missions. “Eight water rescues teams that have been dispatched, 16 people each, that are almost there or already arrived,” said Kim Zagaris with Cal OES. Hurricane Florence is expected to bring storm surges and flooding to portions of the Carolinas and Mid-Atlantic states within the next few days. This is the fifth time in weeks search […]

  • Protesters Gather in Oak Park, Fueled by Outrage Over Recent Officer-Involved Shooting

    OAK PARK — More than three dozen people came out to Oak Park Sunday with signs in hand, demanding justice after the most recent police-involved shootings. A crowd of protesters gathered in front of McClatchy Park, including family members of Darell Richards, the 19-year-old killed Thursday at the hands of police. “I am here because of my nephew that got killed by the officers,” said Richards’ aunt, Donna Morris. “They had no reason to kill my nephew and I am very […]