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  • Man Faces Hate Crime, Assault and Theft Charges after Throwing Hot Coffee on Marysville 7-Eleven Clerk

    MARYSVILLE — Employees at a 7-Eleven in Marysville say the clerk who was attacked is still traumatized. They say the man responsible was a regular and they’re shocked he would harm one of their co-workers. “Those guys who work at the 7-Eleven are sweethearts,” said Malia Lomanic. Lomanic lives next door to the 7-Eleven. She knows most of the employees there by name. “They’re super nice dudes,” she said. But Wednesday just before 2 a.m. Marysville police were called out […]

  • Heavy Snowfall, Slushy Conditions Halt Sierra Traffic Along I-80

    Friday morning, both directions of I-80 in the Sierra remain closed from Colfax to the Nevada state line due whiteout conditions and spinouts. Eastbound State Route 20 is also closed at Nevada City. UPDATE: I-80 HARD CLOSURE due to whiteout conditions on the Summit. Traffic is being turned: EB at Colfax, WB at Nevada state line, SR 20 EB at Nevada City. — Caltrans District 3 (@CaltransDist3) February 15, 2019 Interstate 80 is likely to remain closed overnight for safety […]

  • Sacramento Police Release Details on Additional Indecent Exposure Incidents

    SACRAMENTO — Sacramento police say they received five additional reports of a man seen in a white sedan, exposing himself to women or caught masturbating inside of his car. Tuesday’s release brought the total number of reported incidents to eight, which extend from November up until this past Sunday. “Over the last three weeks, we have had reports come in of a subject who is indecently exposing himself, mostly in the afternoon hours. It seems to be not on any […]

  • Some in the Sierra Have Been Without Power for Nearly a Week

    EL DORADO COUNTY — People in the Sierra were outside enjoying the weather Sunday, mainly because so many in the area were without power. Jeremy Fortin was one of many in El Dorado County without power after a widespread outage left thousands in the dark Sunday morning. “It was probably midnight, I think, and we woke up to a cold house and I came out here and put the generator on,” Fortin told FOX40. Pacific Gas and Electric crews worked […]

  • Homeless Could Soon be Prohibited from Staying Outside Sacramento City Hall During Business Hours

    SACRAMENTO — Saturday night, there were close to 100 people outside Sacramento’s City Hall in sleeping bags and tents. Many said they were there to escape the cold and rain because there’s no where else for them to go. “They’ve given us no place to go, except for this and we’re kind of making a protest here,” Bruce Young said. Young is one of many that have been staying at City Hall for shelter off and on. But now, Sacramento […]

  • Masked Gunman Walks Down Sacramento Church Aisle During Funeral, Shoots Victim

    SACRAMENTO — Police are searching for a masked man they say walked into a Sacramento church and started shooting during a funeral service. Sacramento police report an unidentified, masked man walked into First Church of God on 58th Street just before noon and opened fire. One person at the funeral service was shot twice in the leg and hospitalized. The victim’s condition has not been reported. #NEW: Sacramento police say a masked man walked into this church during a funeral […]

  • 30 Contractors Affected by the Camp Fire Go on Shopping Spree for New, Free Equipment

    CHICO — Contractors who lost tools to the Camp Fire crowded inside the Chico Home Depot to participate in a tool giveaway. Down almost every aisle, 30 contractors from Paradise searched for replacement tools Friday. “I’m looking at an air compressor, the DeWalt, said Anthony Campa who lost his home and tools in the Camp Fire. Carl Smith, owner of Signs and Graphics, says he lost everything and could use some tools. Now, he’s searching for one piece of equipment […]

  • Feelings Mixed on Changing Name of Armijo Mascot Name

    FAIRFIELD — Nestled near the intersection of Empire and Washington Street in Fairfield sits Armijo High School. The high school has been around for decades, along with its team mascot – the Indian – but that may soon change “A number of people came up to the board and asked up if we can change the mascot and that is the Indian,” Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District Executive Director Tim Goree said. Officials at the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District sent out a survey back in January […]

  • Detectives Identify Suspect in El Dorado County Woman’s Murder

    EL DORADO COUNTY — El Dorado County detectives have identified a 26-year-old man as the person they believe is responsible for the murder of a 60-year-old woman. Helen Hoover-McKinney was found dead inside her home on Dec. 18 by her son. Her car was missing from her garage. Her death was ruled suspicious but an autopsy later revealed Hoover-McKinney died of blunt force trauma. The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office interviewed 26-year-old Tanner Seals and named him as the suspect […]

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