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BREAKING: Police Investigate Homicide in South Sacramento

BREAKING: Sacramento County Sheriffs responded to a homicide call around 4 a.m. Sunday morning.The 6300 block of Burns Way in South Sacramento has been taped off by law enforcement as they continue to investigate.One male victim was found deceased inside a home.No motive, suspect or arrest as of yet

FOX40 - 2018-06-24 16:43:13

30 acre fire in Oroville

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ACTIONNEWSNOW.COM - 2018-06-25 05:16:45

Fires cause additional evacuations; thousands without power

RED BLUFF — A fire west of Red Bluff Saturday has caused evacuations between Stoll and Walnut on the west side of Baker Road as well as Haley and Larie lanes, according to scanner reports.By 7 p.m. it was listed at 500 acres, unchanged since a 5:50 p.m. update, and thousands were without power as a

RED BLUFF DAILY NEWS - 2018-06-24 00:25:19

100 fire burning behind Sierra Pacific building in Red Bluff

RED BLUFF, Calif. —According to Cal Fire there is a 100 acre fire burning off Casale Rd. & Reading Rd. in south Red Bluff behind the Sierra Pacific building.There is no containment at this time. No buildings have been damaged and no road closures have been ordered.

KRCRTV.COM - 2018-06-23 14:56:04

Police Looking For Man In Attempted Robbery Of Lincoln T-Mobile Store Saturday

The suspect is described as a Caucasian male, in his 20s or 30s, with brown hair and a mustache and goatee. He was wearing a grey baseball cap, a long white tee shirt, dark gym shorts and black Nike shoes.

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2018-06-23 21:04:35

Fire Burning On Both Sides of Railroad Tracks in Rice Fields Near Biggs

BIGGS, Calif.- A fire is burning on both sides of the railroad tracks in the Biggs area. The Riceton Fire is located on Riceton Highway south of W. Hamilton. CAL FIRE is on the scene.

ACTIONNEWSNOW.COM - 2018-06-23 17:09:00

Vehicle fire on Hwy 20 quickly extinguished by firefighters

PENN VALLEY, Calif June 23, 2018 – This afternoon at 5:38 PM Penn Valley Fire Protection District resources were notified of a passenger vehicle fire at the intersection of Highway 20 and Penn Valley Drive, near the Taco Shell, involving a small automotive camper.

YUBANET - 2018-06-23 20:20:55

Fires burn throughout north valley

Harsh fire weather conditions this weekend across the north valley resulted in half-dozen vegetation fires that destroyed numerous structures and blackened thousands of acres, with mandatory evacuations.Butte County got lucky but wasn’t unscathed.Shortly after 10 a.m. Sunday, firefighters were calle

OROVILLE MERCURY-REGISTER - 2018-06-24 15:45:14

Impaired driver causes five-car crash in Marysville, CHP says

A driver under the influence caused a five-car collision after driving down the wrong side of the road in Marysville on Thursday, according to the California Highway Patrol.The driver, Phoutherro Yok of Long Beach, was found to be under the influence of alcohol as well as a controlled substance, acc


Authorities search Sacramento River for missing boy

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —Rescue crews are at the Sacramento River by Freeport Boulevard searching for a young boy.Crews received a call around 5:15 p.m. Friday of the missing 8-year-old boy, according to the Sacramento Fire Department.


Sacramento man goes from living on the streets to owning a business

"There came a point to me that I realized I'm not gonna make it. And not only am I not gonna have those dreams, or the things I wanted, but I might not even live."


Body of 8-year-old boy pulled from Sacramento River

SACRAMENTOPhoto: Dina KupferBody of 8-year-old boy pulled from Sacramento RiverThe boy was swimming about 10 feet out in the river, near Freeport Boulevard and Cosumnes River Boulevard, when he was last seen, police said.


Elk Grove woman hid non-citizens on her property, forced them into labor for years, DOJ says

Firdos Sheikh, 58, was indicted on two counts of forced labor, two counts of alien harboring for financial gain, one count of obstructing a forced labor investigation and one count of making false statements to federal agents, acting Assistant Attorney General John Gore said in a news release.

SACRAMENTO BEE - 2018-06-23 14:50:00

Three men accused of murdering two missing Woodland teens plead not guilty

Chandale Shannon, 21, and Jonathan Froste, 21, were arrested and charged with murder earlier this month, along with Jesus Campos, 18, who was arraigned in juvenile court.


DWR to further drop Lake Oroville Water Level

Part of construction on upper chute of the Oroville Dam Main Spillway.The State Department of Water Resources is lowering the water level in Lake Oroville right now for expanded construction access to the upper chute of the main spillway.That's because recent work revealed bedrock conditions that re


The dark web, bitcoin and 'ghost' AR-15s: Grass Valley man pleads guilty to trafficking

Michael Smith of Grass Valley pleaded guilty to unlawful dealing and manufacturing in firearms on Friday after selling assault rifles to an undercover law enforcement agent, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.Smith, who used online alias "BrotherBig," contacted a person he believed to be an


Two Dogs Quarantined After Encounter With Rabid Bat in Yuba City

Sutter County Animal Services says to never touch bats, alive or dead, and to call the authorities instead.


City of Marysville Announces New Fire Chief

MARYSVILLE, Calif.- The new Fire Chief for the City of Marysville is Ron Karlen, according to an email sent by the Marysville City Manager Marti Brown.


Confederate flag not welcome in North San Juan’s Cherry Fest parade

Cherry Festival parade organizers have agreed to ban a float with a Confederate flag — or any other float that promotes racism, hate, intolerance or bigotry — from participating inSaturday's event in North San Juan.And aRide for Tolerance and Inclusionhas been organized by Ridge resident Schuyler Br


VIDEO: Latest drone footage from Oroville Dam spillway construction

Crews lay roller-compacted concrete (RCC) for the emergency spillway splashpad, completing the northern half of its construction. Meanwhile, workers spray compressed air and water to clean the rock foundation of the upper chute to prepare for structural concrete, while crews continue installing slab