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  • ‘It’s a Part of Me’: Sacramento Woman Meets Lost Sister after Learning Father was a Sperm Donor

    SACRAMENTO — Courtney McKinney has spent a lifetime looking for her father. Growing up, her single mother said her dad was an old ex-boyfriend. Still, McKinney wanted to know more. “I’ve never even seen a picture of him,” she said. As a child, McKinney felt different from her family, almost like she didn’t belong. “In a lot of ways, honestly, when you’re a kid you chalk it up to the simplest thing and I chalked it up to my race,” McKinney […]

  • FOX40 Staffer Shares Her Journey of Discovering Her Family

    Kayla Galloway is an assignment editor at FOX40 News. This is her story of learning about family members she never knew after taking a DNA test.  Growing up, I thought I knew who I was — I was the only child of an incredibly strong, single mother. I wore my fatherlessness almost like a badge. I was proud to be different. I didn’t fit into the mold of a traditional family and I was okay with that. People would ask […]

  • Lodi Police Investigating Deadly Shooting in In-N-Out Burger Parking Lot

    LODI — Two men were arrested late Saturday night in connection to a deadly shooting in a restaurant parking lot in Lodi. According to the Lodi Police Department, officers were dispatched just before midnight Saturday to the In-N-Out Burger parking lot on W. Kettleman Lane for a report of a shooting. When officers arrived on scene, they found a 19-year-old man with a gunshot wound. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital where he later died. Police believe there […]

  • Home Destroyed in “Wind-Driven” Fire in Vallejo

    VALLEJO — A five-alarm fire that started in a backyard destroyed one home and damaged three others in Vallejo Saturday afternoon, officials said. According to the Vallejo Fire Department, the fire started around noon in the backyard of a home along the 200 block of Cassady Street. The fire went on to spread to nearby cypress trees, primarily because of the wind, the department said. No one was hurt and the fire was contained within an hour after it began. […]

  • Sheriff Says Prostitution at Motels Won’t End Soon

    Man Dies After Altercation in Parking Lot With Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Deputies

    MODESTO — A Modesto man died Saturday morning after an incident involving Stanislaus County Sheriff’s deputies, the department said in a statement Sunday. According to authorities, the man tracked down deputies while having car trouble at a truck stop on the 1200 block of South 7th Street in Modesto. When deputies assisted, they discovered the man’s vehicle was not registered. When deputies notified the man that he’d receive a citation for his lack of proper registration, he began fighting the […]

  • Man Killed in Crash on Arden Way

    SACRAMENTO —  A man on a bike was killed in a crash Saturday night on Arden Way, Sacramento police confirmed. According to police, the man was hit by a car around 7 p.m. along the 100 block of Arden Way near Dale Avenue. The Sacramento County Coroner identified the bicyclist as 31-year-old Ryan Garabedian, of Sacramento. It’s unclear what caused the crash, though police say the driver of the car initially left the scene but later returned to speak with […]

  • Sacramento Police Investigating Deadly Shooting

    SACRAMENTO — A man was shot and killed Saturday night on the 4000 block of Broadway, Sacramento Police say. Around 10:23 p.m., authorities responded to a shooting in the area, where they found a man with at least one gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene. No other details are known as far as a possible suspect or motive. Police encourage those with information regarding the shooting to contact the Sacramento Police Department. The man’s identity has yet […]

  • Winters Community Mourning Beloved Coffee House Cat

    WINTERS — Eddy the Cat was a staple at Steady Eddy’s Coffee House in Winters. As the coffee house cat and mascot, Eddy was loved by everyone, but now the community that loved him is in mourning. “He would greet customers, he was the cat that would rub up on your leg, greet you to say hi,” said Carla Wroten, the owner of Steady Eddy’s. “He kind of became the constant. He set the tone for the coffee shop. We`ve […]

  • Police Investigating Homicide in Suisun City

    SUISUN CITY — Police are on scene of an apparent homicide in a residential neighborhood in Suisun City. Suisun City Police Chief Tim Mattos said the department got word of the homicide around 8:30 a.m. Saturday morning. The victim was found in a home on the 500 block of Line Drive. Mattos was unable to provide information on the victim or possible suspects. Line Street between Main Street and Kellogg Street is currently closed because of the investigation. No other […]

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