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  • Woman Wakes Up to Find Car in Swimming Pool

    CARMICHAEL – Judith Andre and neighbor Donna Berg woke up to a loud crash around 4 a.m. “It sounded like a car ran into the hill across the street,” Andre said. It wasn’t across the street though. A red sedan landed just feed away from Andre’s bed, and right in her pool. “At first, it was murky enough that you couldn’t even see the car,” Andre said. SCROLL DOWN TO SEE PHOTOS OF THE CAR And she feared the worst. […]

  • Woman Arrested with High School Principal Faces Several Drug Charges

    SACRAMENTO – Thomas “Woody” Price led a prestigious Branson High School in Marin County for the past 8 years, until this week. His resignation came just days after his arrest on Friday at the Hyatt Place Hotel in Rancho Cordova. Investigators say they found cocaine, meth and heroin inside his hotel room. Also found in the room? An unconscious 21-year-old named Brittany Hall. Hall was also arrested and formally charged Tuesday with several drug charges including possessing controlled substances for […]

  • Reports of Sexual Assaults On or Near UC Campuses Up

    DAVIS – Reports of sexual assaults on or near University of California campuses is up nearly 50 percent. The Sacramento Bee is reporting UC campus authorities received 133 reports of forcible sex offenses in 2012. In 2013, they received 199 reports. The number at UC Davis was up this year, too. “Twenty-four forcible sex assaults in 2013. Which was up from 18 the previous year,” UC Davis spokesperson Andy Fell said. Fell also mentioned that there were 24 assaults in […]

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    Some Turlock Residents Say City is Trying to Tell them How to Vote

    TURLOCK – Some Turlock residents were angered after receiving a insert for Measure B in this month’s utility bill. “They’re trying to tell us how to vote. They’re trying to pass this measure as if we’re a bunch of sheep,” said one resident. The insert included the website http://www.FixTurlockRoads.com on it. That’s a political website that urges voters to vote yes on Measure B. Parts of the website were copied verbatim onto the insert. “The city shouldn’t be shoving it […]

  • Downtown Plaza Business Owner: Half of Business Gone Because of Arena Construction

    DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO- After 7 years at the Downtown Plaza,  the owner of Gyro Supreme fears his future at work and at home are in danger. “I’m afraid to lose my house. Because  if I cannot keep an income, I have no other choice – maybe it’s to lose my house. That’s my biggest fear, it’s the thing you work your whole life for,” said Owner Nadeem Haddad. Haddad says he’s lost most of his customers and has seen a 55% […]

  • Arena Construction Woes: River City Brewing Plans to Relocate

    SACRAMENTO – After 21 years at the Downtown Plaza, River City Brewing Company is giving up and is ready to move their business somewhere else. General Manager Beth Ayres-Biro says she’s seen a 35% drop in business since the new arena construction started next door about three months ago. “Our hopes is that we’d see no drop because we were going to get the construction workers,” said Ayres-Biro. She says that didn’t happen.  And making matters worse, she says her questions […]

  • Seemingly Healthy Woman Partially Paralyzed by West Nile Virus

    MODESTO- Sarah Fields, a 36-year-old mother of two, was almost always on her feet. “Just had a really nice balance…. full life,” said Fields. That life turned upside down in June when she was bitten by a mosquito carrying the West Nile virus. “Electrical jolts were kind of bursting me out of sleep in the middle of the night, and dizzy spells out of my sleep. The next morning I woke up and really didn’t have any use of my […]

  • Riverbank Voting on Temporarily Banning New Tattoo Shops

    RIVERBANK – According to a new Riverbank city hall report, tattoo shops support crime and infectious disease. Ray Hoot, the owner of a Riverbank tattoo shop, surprisingly agrees with the report. He says the city needs to take a close look at the people who want to open tattoo parlors. “They do need to get a grip on it, so they can make sure that anybody who is tattooing or body piercing is licensed, and they hold practitioners licenses which […]

  • Parents of Slain Manteca 11-Year-Old Express Regret

    SACRAMENTO – Charlene Johnson dropped off her sons, 11-year-old Hunter Davis, and 17-year-old, Raymond, at their friend’s Manteca home Saturday night for a sleepover. Johnson decided she wasn’t going to let the two boys spend the night. When she came back a few hours later to pick them up, it was too late. Manteca Police believe 17-year-old Zak Hurlbert shot Raymond in the arm early Sunday morning. They say Hurlbert also shot Hunter in the head. Charlene says what witnesses […]