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    Community Remembers Two Motorcyclists Killed in Crash

    ANTELOPE— Candles, flowers and a note with a picture of an angel and the words “you will be missed” were left on Antelope Road near Watt Avenue after two deaths Friday night and what neighbors called a “horrific” crash. Zachary Kirk, 23 from Roseville and Jason McQuay, 29, from Rio Linda were riding their motorcyclists eastbound on Antelope Road when they crashed into a jeep. Guy Gonzales, a friend of Kirk’s, came to remember him Saturday morning. “It’s just a […]

  • Cat Rescued from Rocklin Storm Drain

    Cat Rescued from Storm Drain After One Week

    ROCKLIN – It’s been a long week for Katie Lynn the kitten.  The cat has been stuck in a Rocklin storm drain since last Friday, when she jumped into the gutter when running away from a dog. She managed to get wedged in a pipe, 12 feet down. Every day since, her owner Barbara Moreno has come out to the storm drain to give Katie Lynn comfort. “Every morning I was afraid I wouldn’t hear her,” Moreno said. Barbara, her family and […]

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    Citrus Heights Residents Fight Against Potential City Hall Move

    CITRUS HEIGHTS – Some Citrus Heights residents want city hall to stay on Fountain Square Drive. The city is considering leasing the area to the Dignity Health medical group. It’s a proposal that Tom Scheeler is hoping to stop. “Frankly, the city is willing to give up this site to attract that business on this site. We think there are other sites within Citrus Heights that can serve that need also,” Scheeler said. Dignity Health would potentially lease the city […]

  • Cab Drivers Frustrated by Proficiency Test City is Requiring

    SACRAMENTO – The City of Sacramento is requiring all of its taxi cab drivers to take a taxi code and English proficiency test. The problem is, it’s a test some are failing. Driver Mohammad Ahsan is one of them. “They ask simple questions but they are very confusing [sic] questions,” said Ahsan. So far, 28 out of 500 taxi drivers across the city have taken the exam. “They’re coming and complaining but they haven’t taken the test,” says Brad Wasson, […]

  • New Elementary Charter School Opening in Sacramento

    New Elementary Charter School Opening in Sacramento

    SACRAMENTO – A year after the Sacramento school board closed several schools, one elementary school on 21st Avenue and 73rd Street is reopening as a charter school. More than 200 students have enrolled in The New Joseph Bonnheim Community Charter School. One of those students is Makayla Tarr, a student from Yuba City. Her father, Brandon will be spending nearly two hours on the road every day so Makayla and his son can attend the school. “We don’t want them […]

  • Stockton’s Police Chief Revisits Deadly Bank Robbery

    STOCKTON – The day was July 16th of 2014, a trip to the bank turned into a heist and deadly police pursuit. Three men accused of holding up a bank and taking hostages lead police on an hour long police chase through Stockton. In the end suspects Gilbert Renteria and Alex Martinez were dead, along with hostage Misty Holt-Singh. Jaime Ramos, another suspect lived and his hit with more than 30 charges including murder.   “Fourteen patrol cars were struck by gunfire […]

  • Auburn Couple Loses Lifetime of Memories in Minutes

    AUBURN – A day after their house went up in flames, Robin Hunsinger and her her husband slowly walked through the charred area that once used to be their home. “My friends, Caroline and Jeff say it’s just a pile of sticks and we can rebuild. But it’s the little things…parents wedding rings, baby blankets,” said Robin. A lifetime of memories, lost in just a few minutes. Robin and Don were in their Twin Pines Trail home in Auburn Wednesday […]

  • Stolen Wheelchair Returned to Disabled Sacramento Veteran

    SACRAMENTO – Disabled veteran Alvin Luke is back on the road visiting friends. Luke’s power wheelchair was stolen when he momentarily left it charging outside his friend’s home on Thursday. Luke has severe health problems and swollen legs. Without a wheelchair, he was trapped at home. He’s used to physical pain, but says the hours after the wheelchair was stolen were emotionally painful. “I was getting sick and tired of life,” said Luke. FOX40 aired a piece about his wheelchair […]

  • New Casino Opens in Citrus Heights

    CITRUS HEIGHTS – Poker chips, cards and lots of people. Stones Gambling Hall had its grand opening in Citrus Heights Friday. “We play poker, we play California Blackjack, we play Pai gow and obviously no slots. They can expect great table games,” owner Masis Kevorkian told FOX40. Kevorkian has hired over 400 bartenders, waiters, valet drivers, and dealers for 30 card tables. “We’re excited about giving back to the community,” Kevorkian said. Major traffic delays were expected because of the […]

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