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  • Gas Leak Momentarily Causes Home Evacuations

    Gas Leak Momentarily Causes Home Evacuations
    A gas leak prompted the evacuation of several homes and a hotel in Sacramento County Friday afternoon. The leak happened near Channing Drive and Holiday Way in North Highlands after construction crews struck an underground gas pipe. Residents in the area...
  • Casino-bound Bus Hits Power Pole, Shuts Down Road

    Casino-bound Bus Hits Power Pole, Shuts Down Road
    State Route 16 in Woodland is closed Wednesday morning. A bus traveling from San Francisco to Cache Creek Casino missed a stop sign tuesday night before 11 p.m. and hit a power pole. The 30 passengers and driver are all fine, no serious injuries....
  • Thousands Without Power Across Northern California

    Thousands Without Power Across Northern California
    Rain and wind storms are causing problems for more than 20,000 SMUD customers currently in the dark. More than 260 areas of Sacramento are affected by the outages. SMUD customers in the Arden, North Highlands, Rancho Cordova and East Sacramento areas...
  • Explosion Destroys Oak Park Home

    Explosion Destroys Oak Park Home
    Sacramento fire investigators are on the scene of a house explosion in Oak Park. The vacant home went up in flames shortly after 2:00 A.M. Sunday morning. Sacramento firefighters were on scene just minutes later and discovered there were no people inside...
  • Oak Park Vacant Home Destroyed

    Oak Park Vacant Home Destroyed
    In the wake of the foreclosure crisis Sacramento fire fighters say they've been waiting for this moment for 2 years. A home on the 4000 block of 17th Avenue went up in a ball of fire early Sunday morning; an explosion by all accounts. But this was the...
  • Three Dead, Two Homes Destroyed After Plane Crashes In Bay Area

    Three Dead, Two Homes Destroyed After Plane Crashes In Bay Area
    Authorities say a Cessna 310 aircraft crashed into an East Palo Alto neighborhood Wednesday morning, exploding upon impact with a high-voltage transmission power pole and sending flaming debris into at least four homes. The plane departed Palo Alto...
  • Fast-Moving Fire Forces Evacuations in Placer County

    Fast-Moving Fire Forces Evacuations in Placer County
    A large vegetation fire is burning out of control in Auburn, forcing evacuations in Placer county. The fire is burning just north of the city of Auburn in the area of Higyway 49 and Rock Creek Road. The blaze has burned about 500 acres and is threatening...
  • Two Injured, 60 Structures Destroyed As Vegetation Fire Devastates Placer County

    Two Injured, 60 Structures Destroyed As Vegetation Fire Devastates Placer County
    A large vegetation fire, fueled by wind and broken natural gas lines, destroyed 60 structures before firefighters gained control of the blaze Sunday evening. The fire started just after 2:30pm Sunday afternoon and is burning north of Auburn in the area...
  • Finances of charity run by SEIU official scrutinized

    A Bay Area officer of the scandal-clouded Service Employees International Union has collected double salaries, one as a city transit worker and the other from a charity that receives much of its funding from the labor organization and corporate interests,...
  • Teacher's Union Spends More Than $200mil Lobbying State Lawmakers

    Teacher's Union Spends More Than $200mil Lobbying State Lawmakers
    Fifteen special interest groups including casino operators, drug firms and unions for teachers and public employees spent more than $1 billion during the last decade trying to influence California public officials and voters, the state's watchdog agency...
  • Local Merchants Helping Out the Little Man

    Local Merchants Helping Out the Little Man
    Downtown Photo and Frame has been here in Fairfield for more than 20 years. But local merchants wanted to come together and help, not just for that fact, but to help the man behind the frame. "I think wanting to help the little man is about wanting to...