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Two suspects arrested after series of robberies in Sacramento County

Two people have been arrested following a series of armed robberies in the north and south areas of Sacramento County, according to the sheriff's department. Two people have been arrested following a series of armed robberies in the north and south areas of Sacramento County, according to the sherif

ABC10.COM - 2017-12-18 02:33:57

Driver rams into Sacramento discount store building

A driver in Sacramento Sunday accidentally rammed into a discount store building. The incident happened at approximately 11:15 a.m. in South Natomas. A woman drove into the Dollar World building at 3291 Truxel Road on accident after she told the store owner the gas pedal got stuck. No one was hurt

ABC10.COM - 2017-12-17 21:23:50

Atlanta Airport Power Outage Has Far-Reaching Effects

SACRAMENTO - Atlanta International Airport's power outage is slowing the roll of Sacramento travelers. "Every hour it just kept increasing and increasing until they finally told us that it would be six hours," said traveler Jocelyn Crowell. A check of the arrival/departure board shows that it is Del

FOX40 - 2017-12-18 05:41:12

Broadway Comics and Cards Shutting its Doors

SACRAMENTO -- For nearly 30 years, Broadway Comics and Cards has been a super hero staple in Sacramento. But, in a few weeks, its long run will end, as yet another comic book store shuts down. "I love opening every Wednesday, a box of comics -- my shipment," said store owner Wilson Lew. When Lew ope

FOX40 - 2017-12-18 06:59:55

Atlanta Airport Outage Complicates Insanely Busy Holiday Travel

The timing could hardly have been worse. Eight days before Christmas and heading into one of the busiest travel weeks of the year, the planet's busiest airport was knocked offline by an apparent fire in underground electrical equipment between its huge concourses. Terminals were without power, jetwa

FOX40 - 2017-12-18 04:41:54

That's Not Santa: Burglary Suspect Gets Stuck in Chimney of Citrus Heights Business

CITRUS HEIGHTS -- December 13, Citrus Heights police arrested a man they say tried to break into a business through the chimney, got stuck, and called 911 for a rescue. Sacramento Metro Fire Crews used a tripod device to pull the suspect, Jesse Berube, out of the chimney. The business owner Loree La

FOX40 - 2017-12-18 07:20:30

Power Outage Cripples Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport

A power outage at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the world's busiest airport, is leaving thousands of passengers stranded and planes grounded indefinitely. The Federal Aviation Administration issued a ground stop for flights to Atlanta at 11:30 a.m. ET Sunday, meaning that plane

FOX40 - 2017-12-17 21:14:16

'We're engaged in battle': Sacramento region fire crews share experience from Thomas Fire

Sacramento region's fire agencies sent 20 engines, including four strike teams and just under 100 personnel to help fight the massive Thomas Fire Updated: 11:27 AM PST Dec 17, 2017 Sacramento region's fire agencies sent 20 engines, including four strike teams and just under 100 personnel to help f

KCRA.COM - 2017-12-17 19:27:00

2 dead after East McComb wreck

Two people are dead and one is hospitalized following a horrific crash shortly after noon Friday in East McComb. Annette Green, 37, of 310 N. Cherry St., McComb, was stopped at the redlight at Pearl River Avenue and Magnolia Street when she was rear-ended in a violent impact that sent her car sailin

ENTERPRISE-JOURNAL - 2017-12-18 02:45:00

Lincoln County flu season in full swing

The Centers for Disease Control recently published statistics indicating that Mississippi - along with several other southeastern states - is suffering from a widespread outbreak of influenza. Meanwhile, King's Daughters Medical Center primary care physician Dr. Blaine Britt says the amount of peopl

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Brookhaven Police investigated two trespassing calls Thursday; police, sheriff's reports

Police reports The Brookhaven Police Department's reports for Thursday were as follows: Alarm on Hwy. 51 Trespassing on Hwy. 51 Traffic accident on Brookway Boulevard Public assistance on Brookway Boulevard Disturbance on East Chickasaw Street Hazardous road debris on Hwy. 51 Public assistanc

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Lions take 'We serve' slogan seriously

Lions Club International's slogan is "We Serve." This year Lions worldwide are participating in Lions Club Internationals Centennial. Gov. Phil Bryant declared this past June 30 as "Lions Clubs Centennial Celebration Day." The Brookhaven Noon Lions Club was chartered in 1936, when the late Burton D

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New ball park is South Mississippi's best

Lincoln County's big, new baseball park has been recognized as the region's best. The United States Specialty Sports Association named the Lincoln Civic Center Baseball Complex its 2017 South Mississippi Park of the Year during an annual banquet in Biloxi last weekend. The USSSA handed over a tall t

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"Brookhaven Christmas" album raises money for Mississippi School of the Arts

Brookhaven musicians Shaw Furlow and Tyler Bridge came up with the idea to produce a fundraising holiday album during a casual meeting in February. Ten months later, after much hard work and collaboration, their vision has been realized. "Tyler and I started kicking the idea around," Furlow said. "A

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BAM! Battery Anode Materials plant planned for Manchac

Battery Anode Materials plant planned for Manchac By AMY BRENNAN Times Reporter The Port of Manchac is welcoming to its pristine waters a component involved in the manufacture of batteries. The Times learned of the port's plans by attending a meeting of the South Tangipahoa Parish Port Commission th

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Officer spreads holiday cheer with unusual traffic stops

Patrolman Mike Jones with the Martinsburg Police Department put smiles on passengers faces and is brightening up some of the city's children's holiday through the giving of gifts. Police chief Maury Richards said Jones has spent his own money to purchase Christmas gifts for children and randomly dis

JOURNAL & SUNDAY JOURNAL - 2017-12-18 08:00:00

Local bikers continue donating to veterans

MARTINSBURG-Local bikers from across the area came together Sunday to deliver more than 600 cases of body wash to the Martinsburg Medical VA Center. While this might be surprising, according to Sam Diggs, a nurse at the center, it's a definite need for the patients. Diggs said many veterans don't

JOURNAL & SUNDAY JOURNAL - 2017-12-18 08:00:00

North Middle Cheerleaders use their pep to give back

Journal photos by Tabitha Johnston North Middle School cheerleaders hold Toys for Tots signs to bring donations to their fundraising cause in Martinsburg, on Saturday. MARTINSBURG-North Middle School's cheerleaders jumped and waved neon green signs outside of Heiston Supply Saturday morning, to draw

JOURNAL & SUNDAY JOURNAL - 2017-12-17 08:00:00

Queen Pizza celebrates grand opening

KODAK Digital Still Camera MARTINSBURG - Chuck Pirtle bought his first pizza parlor in Wilmington, Delaware, in 1993, and since then, he has managed several restaurants throughout the middle Atlantic states. A year ago, he decided to open a new pizza shop. "We looked at several places - Front Royal,

JOURNAL & SUNDAY JOURNAL - 2017-12-17 08:00:00

Comet the Kitten goes back in time with latest adventure

Name: Gage Shepherd Age: 14 City in which you reside: Bunker Hill, W.Va. Day job: Student Book title: "Comet's Jurassic Journey" Genre: Children's fiction Synopsis of book: Comet the Kitten's dream takes him on an adventure where he meets some unusual types of dinosaurs. Publisher: ArtBook Bindery P

HERALDMAILMEDIA.COM - 2017-12-17 12:00:00