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  • ‘Thin Blue Line’ Flag Sparks Debate in Sacramento Region

    DAVIS — As the Davis community mourns the death of Officer Natalie Corona’s death, what she is holding in a widely circulated photo has sparked a debate. Many members of the law enforcement community and their supporters say the “Thin Blue Line” flag is a symbol of service and sacrifice. Others say they see the flag as racist. “It’s like losing a part of your family,” Sacramento County Deputy Sheriff’s Association spokesman Sergeant Kevin Mickelson said of Officer Corona’s death. […]

  • Suspected Cop Killer’s Davis Roommate Says She was Blindsided by Shooting

    DAVIS — Cheryl Brecheisen-Walker and her husband, Bill Walker, had lived in a home on E Street for several months with their son and their other roommate, suspected killer Kevin Limbaugh. “‘You know I love you guys, right?’ And he shot us a Kevin grin,” Brecheisen-Walker recalled. Those were the last words Limbaugh spoke to his roommate as he left their Davis home Thursday evening. “He came back in, like, 20 minutes and he … there was no sign,” Brecheisen-Walker told FOX40. […]

  • Former Co-Worker of Suspected Davis Gunman Says Limbaugh ‘Seemed Like a Normal Guy’

    DAVIS — As Davis mourns the loss of 22-year-old Officer Natalie Corona, more information about the man police say killed her is surfacing. Court documents show Kevin Limbaugh was arrested in September of 2018 for assaulting a fellow employee at Cache Creek Casino Resort. Sunday, one of his former coworkers at the casino spoke with FOX40 about the suspected killer. Stephen Hjellum says he worked with the suspect for roughly two years and, by all accounts, Limbaugh seemed like just another […]

  • Fairfield Family Seeks Justice after Father of 4 Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver

    FAIRFIELD — Police are searching for the driver who struck and killed a 39-year-old man in Fairfield and drove away. Ricky Acosta’s body was found lying in the street. On the busy Fairfield road, a memorial of flowers and candles was growing in his honor. “It’s going to be a hole in my heart for the rest of my life,” said Cheryl Shores, Acosta’s mother. “I just know my son is in God’s loving arms.” Police say a vehicle hit […]

  • Police Investigating Alleged Hazing at Placer High School

    AUBURN — Echoing in the courtyard of Placer High School, students and parents talking about a hazing investigation involving the boys basketball team. “It concerns me as a parent. You know, I want to make sure he’s safe. That’s our number one responsibility,” said parent David Partak. The junior varsity team has been suspended indefinitely while police and the school look into allegations of hazing and harassment. “We get folks who report this to us, we work with the school […]

  • Hundreds of Kids Fill Railroad Museum for Newsom’s ‘You are the Future’ Event

    SACRAMENTO — It’s been a weekend of celebrations ahead of Gavin Newsom’s inauguration. Sunday, the governor-elect hosted hundreds of kids at the California State Railroad Museum in Old Sacramento. The event was all about showing how children are the future and they should be the state’s focus. It has been a while since California has had a governor with young kids in office and parents say they are hoping Newsom’s perspective as a father will shape his policies. While drumming […]

  • Oak Ridge High School Honors Late Football Coach

    EL DORADO HILLS — Jason Clark will be remembered as a football coach, a father and a friend. The El Dorado Hills man died Friday due to complications with pneumonia. Clark was the head coach of the Freshman football team but his players say he was so much more than just a coach. They say he was a friend, someone they could confide in and, most of all, a role model. With coats of paint and some kind words, football players […]

  • “Pop Up” Events Aim to Provide Safe, Fun Activities for Young People

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO — City leaders are searching for solutions after chaotic fights involving hundreds of teens at Arden Fair Mall broke out twice over the holidays. The Mayor says these kids just don’t have a safe, alternative way to spend their time. So, this weekend, he’s giving them one. The city is partnering with Sierra Health and community centers across Sacramento to host free “pop-up” events for young people. The idea is to offer safe, fun alternatives for kids. At […]

  • Businesses Not Ready to be Uprooted for New Elk Grove Hospital

    ELK GROVE — For David Brown, making beer is as much a science as it is an art. “There’s a tremendous amount of biology that goes into this,” he said. But he worries rather than cleaning out his barrels he’ll soon be cleaning out his business, Dreaming Dog Brewery. “They’re going to drop a hospital on top of our building and, basically, my building, the building across the way here are going to disappear,” Brown told FOX40. Ten to 12 […]