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Man Dies After Being Ejected From Motorcycle In Modesto CrashA man died after being ejected from a motorcycle during a crash in Modesto, the California Highway Patrol announced on Friday.
Off-Duty Stockton Police Officer Arrested For DUI After Being Spotted Driving The Wrong Way On I-5An off-duty officer with the Stockton Police Department has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.
Man Suspected Of Stabbing Vacaville Jewelry Store Worker, Stealing $300K In Merchandise ArrestedDetectives say they have arrested the man accused of walking into a Vacaville jewelry store, apologizing to a worker, then stabbing her before taking off with cash and merchandise.
‘Contactless’ Santa Claus Coming To Vintage Faire Mall In ModestoSanta still plans on coming to the mall, but things will look a bit different due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: 'The Standard Mammogram Is Missing 50% Of Breast Cancer Diagnoses'October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and here are a few tips from an expert for women of all ages to keep in mind.
Suspected Target Thieves Arrested After Returning To StoreTwo people wanted for allegedly stealing from a Modesto Target were arrested Friday after they reportedly went back inside the store. 
'Stimulus Package Would've Had To Be Passed In July, August' To Impact Election, Pundit SaysAs Americans head to the polls, the economy has not received a much-needed second round of stimulus, nor is it likely to in the coming months.
Pres. Trump Signs Bill Into Law That Eradicates Giant 'Swamp Rats' In CaliforniaOn Friday, President Trump signed into law a bill that authorizes legislation to eradicate and control the population growth of nutria, also known as “swamp rats,” in California's Central Valley.
3 Arrested, 1 Person Still In Tree Protesting PG&E Plans To Cut Down Trees In Nevada CityAuthorities have arrested three people for allegedly trespassing at the site where activists are protesting PG&E cutting down trees in Nevada City.
VIDEO: Van Crashes Into West Sacramento Liquor Store In Apparent Burglary Attempt, Gets StuckAn apparent burglary attempt went south after a suspect tried to crash into a West Sacramento liquor store, but ended up just getting stuck.
Man Shot, Killed By Citrus Heights Officers After He Allegedly Fired At Them IdentifiedAuthorities have released the name of the man shot and killed by officers in Citrus Heights earlier this week after he reportedly fired at gun at them.
Is Trunk-Or-Treating Safe? What Doctors Say You Should Know This HalloweenTraditional trick-or-treating is highly discouraged this Halloween, driving many communities are throwing "Trunk or Treats."
Surveillance Video Shows Car Drive Onto Sidewalk In Hit-And-Run CrashNeighbors say it's only the latest example of reckless driving on Wayside Drive.
9-Month-Old Conjoined Twins Separated After Marathon Surgery At UC Davis Children’s HospitalA set of twins who were conjoined at the head are recovering after a marathon 24-hour separation surgery at the UC Davis Children’s Hospital.
South Lake Tahoe Among First In Country To Get Safe Travels Stamp Of ApprovalSouth Lake Tahoe just earned the “Safe Travels stamp and global protocols” recognition from the World Travel and Tourism Council.
Fire At Target On Fulton Avenue Knocked Down, Cause Under InvestigationCrews knocked down a fire at the Target on Fulton Avenue in Sacramento Thursday night. 
Election Unrest And Spike Virus Cases Fuel Record Gun Sales, Food HoardingExperts say anxiety ahead of the election and rising COVID-19 cases are generating unrest, a resurgence of hoarding and record gun sales.
California Set To Change Clocks Again Despite Voters Approving Permanent Daylight Saving TimeHere it comes again! Early Sunday morning, Daylight Saving Time goes away and everyone needs to turn their clocks back one hour.
Sacramento SPCA Talks Factors That Could Lead To Animal Surrenders During Pandemic“Furever” homes are on the minds of the animals at the Sacramento SPCA during its latest free adoption event.
Man Found Guilty In Suisun City Machete AttackA man was found guilty Thursday of attacking a woman with two machetes in Suisun City in May. 
Retiree’s Credit Score Dives After Taking Test DriveArmond Bradford said he went into a car dealership for a test drive and came out with a lower credit score.
Man Arrested After Woman Found Dead In Arden Area ApartmentAn arrest has been made after a woman was found dead in an Arden-Arcade area apartment on Wednesday, the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department announced.
Davis Joint Unified School District Enrollment Down, Pandemic Partially To BlameFewer schools in person inadvertently may mean fewer students sticking around. Schools in Davis are reporting an enrollment drop since last year, with the pandemic partially to blame.
Modesto Double Homicide Suspect Previously Arrested For Another Murder, But Not ProsecutedLast week, Modesto police took down a double murder suspect in a Stockton park, but police say this wasn't his first homicide arrest.
2 Butte County Women Charged With Disaster Benefits Fraud In Connection To Camp FireTwo Butte County women were charged with making fraudulent statements in an application for FEMA benefits in connection to the deadly Camp Fire in 2018, U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott announced on Thursday.
Yuba County Man Accused Of Sexually Abusing ChildA Linda resident arrested in Colusa County is accused of the sexual abuse of a child, the Yuba County Sheriff's Department said on Thursday.
5 Inmates Taken To Hospital After Riot At Folsom State Prison; No Staff HurtCorrections officials say about 20 inmates were involved in a riot at Folsom State Prison on Thursday morning.
Sketch Released Of Suspect Wanted For Violent Dispute Along Folsom TrailDetectives have released a sketch of the suspect wanted after a dispute over the right-of-way turned violent on a trail in Folsom last month.
Doctor Explains Why You Should Avoid Thanksgiving, Christmas Gatherings: 'Not Worth The Risk'Dr. Mallika Marshall warns against large family gatherings this year due to the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Woman Arrested After Carjacking At Auburn Little CaesarsA woman arrested on Wednesday is accused of a carjacking that occurred outside a Little Caesars in Auburn and dragging the owner of the vehicle a short distance before getting away, the Placer County Sheriff's Office said.

California

California Set To Change Clocks Again Despite Voters Approving Permanent Daylight Saving TimeHere it comes again! Early Sunday morning, Daylight Saving Time goes away and everyone needs to turn their clocks back one hour.
UC Can't Waffle In Phasing Out SATs In Admissions, Court RulesUniversity of California applicants can't submit their standardized test scores with their admissions as the system works to phase out the exam requirements, a state appeals court ruled Thursday.
Just After Getting Foothold In California, Gray Wolf Dropped From Endangered-Species ListThe Trump administration is dropping the gray wolf from the endangered species list under the assertion that the animal's population has sufficiently recovered, a move conservation groups decry as shortsighted and promise to challenge in court.
Dozens Arrested In $300M Phone Scam Targeting California Seniors, OthersSixty people have been charged in a widespread magazine telemarketing scam that authorities say netted $300 million from more than 150,000 elderly and vulnerable people nationwide, the U.S. attorney's office in Minnesota announced Wednesday.
Audit Pans California's Lead Cleanup At Exide Battery Plant In Southern CaliforniaCalifornia will need to spend $650 million to clean up a heavily contaminated battery recycling plant in Southern California, but has less than half the money in hand and is behind its estimated schedule for removing dangerous lead dust affecting 100,000 nearby residents, the state auditor said Tuesday.
California Warns Of Coronavirus Uptick, Names Vaccine Ethics PanelCalifornia has seen an uptick in coronavirus-related hospitalizations and intensive care admissions in the last two weeks.

Entertainment

Metallica, My Chemical Romance, Limp Bizkit To Headline Sacramento’s Aftershock 2021While coronavirus has put a halt to pretty much all live events this year, Sacramento’s Aftershock festival organizers are looking to 2021 with an expanded lineup of hard rock heavyweights.
Serinda Swan On Her Character Dr. Jenny Cooper In The CW's 'Coroner': 'The Humanity Seen In Jenny Is Really Resonating With People'The star of The CW show The Coroner discusses the journey her character Dr. Jenny Cooper is going through in Season 2 and why it's resonating with so many people in the current moment.
One Day At A Time Stars Rita Moreno, Isabella Gomez On Show's CBS Premiere: 'What's Really Special Is It Takes On Very Difficult Topics, But Does So With Enormous Heart And Soul'Two of the stars of "One Day At A Time" discuss what audiences can expect from Season 4 premiering tonight on CBS.
Downtown Businesses Hopeful DOCO Theater Reopening Will Bring Life Back To K StreetDinner and movie is now a reality in Sacramento County as movie theaters are allowed to reopen and restaurants can offer dine-in with reduced capacity under revised COVID restrictions.
Newsom Wavers On Theme Park Opening Rules Amid PressureFacing mounting pressure to let theme parks such as Disneyland reopen amid the pandemic, California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday delayed new operating rules after industry leaders criticized his administration's initial plans.
Cameron Britton On Playing Richard Jewell In Manhunt Deadly Games: 'Hopefully You're Reminded Of What A Hero Actually Is'The actor who plays Richard Jewell discusses what he wants audiences to take away from the series, why he took the role and what's next for him.