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  • Citing Increasing Costs, Feeding Crane Farms to Cease Operations

    SACRAMENTO— Feeding Crane Farms, a key player in Sacramento’s Farm-to-Fork movement, has announced they will be ceasing operations. In a post to their Facebook page Wednesday, Feeding Crane Farms cited increasing costs and financial liabilities as the reason for their closing. “When we set out to start the farm we realized starting a small business was a risky undertaking, and starting a farming business was even riskier,” they wrote. “Since the difficulties we encountered over the summer we’ve done everything […]

  • Motive Still Unclear in Shooting that Left Stockton Man Dead

    STOCKTON— Police still have not found a motive for a shooting that left a 21-year-old Stockton man dead. Authorities believe that Jesus Mora was shot at the intersection of March and West Lanes in Stockton around 7 p.m. Friday. Mora’s car crashed into four other cars after being shot, police say. Mora was taken to a local hospital, but later died of his injuries. He leaves behind a fiancé and a four-month-old son. Police are asking anyone with information about […]

  • Police Catch Suspected Home Invasion Burglars in the Act

    MANTECA— Police in Manteca have arrested three men suspected of breaking into a Manteca home Tuesday morning. According to a release from the Manteca Police Department, a 13-year-old boy was inside of a home near Agate Avenue and Sapphire Way when, around 9:46 a.m., he heard a unknown person knocking at the door. The boy, while still on the phone with 911, was able to get out of the house. But, two men then got into the house through the […]

  • Recent Storm Helps Reopen Dodge Ridge Ski Area

    TUOLUMNE COUNTY— Central Valley skiers rejoice! Tuolumne County’s Dodge Ridge ski area is finally opening its doors, thanks to recent winter storm. The resort is reporting that, over the past week, about 51’’ of snow fell at the summit, while 20-24’’ fell in the mid-mountain range. About a foot of new snowfall fell at the base. In all, the resort’s chairs 5, 7, 8 and T Bar-643 will be operating. Only limited beginner terrain will be available, the resort notes, […]

  • Police: Suspect Armed with Large Knife Shot Dead by Officer

    STOCKTON— Police in Stockton say that a suspect armed with a knife was shot and killed by an officer late Sunday morning. The scene is at Airport Way and Sixth Street, near the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds. Authorities tell FOX40 that officers were following up on a different incident when a car of interest drove by around 11 a.m. Officers pulled the car over, but noticed the a known suspect in the back seat of the car, police say. The […]

  • Famed Former Child Actress Shirley Temple Dies

    (CNN) — Shirley Temple Black, who rose to fame as arguably one of the most well-known child actresses in Hollywood history, died late Monday night, her publicist said. She was 85. Temple died of natural causes at her Woodside, California, home, surrounded by family and caregivers, a statement from Cheryl Kagan said. She began acting at age 3 and starred in four massive box-office draws before she turned 10, commanding a then-unheard of $50,000 per movie. Her first film of […]

  • House Fire Leaves Dog and Cats Dead, Firefighter Injured

    GALT– Firefighters came out to save a Galt family’s home early Tuesday morning, but it was a firefighter who eventually needed help. Two ambulances were sent out when part of the roof collapsed on him. The Cosumnes firefighter’s injuries were minor and he was approved to go back to work later in the morning. A dog and two cats inside the home on Sunset Drive near Highway 99 and Amador Avenue died from the fire. A son and father were asleep when the […]

  • Folsom Lake Gets Big Boost from Weekend Storm

    SACRAMENTO COUNTY– Several days of soaking rain have made February a good month for drought stricken Northern California. At Folsom Lake Sunday night, where some the drought’s impacts have been among the severest, waters rose more than 10 feet. The major, Sacramento-area reservoir climbed from 17% capacity to over 20% capacity. Those numbers come from California Department of Water Resources sensors on the lake, and still must be verified. And a trip to the lake will not make the change […]

  • Pedestrian Hit, Killed along El Camino Avenue

    SACRAMENTO— A pedestrian walking across El Camino Avenue, near Morse Avenue, was hit and killed Sunday night, CHP says. The crash happened just before 9:30 p.m. Authorities tell FOX40 that the pedestrian was trying to cross El Camino Avenue in an area without a crosswalk when they were hit by a blue pickup truck. CHP says that the driver of the pickup was under the influence at the time of the collision. The driver has been arrested and booked at […]

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