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Complaints About Trash From Sacramento Homeless Camp Prompts City To Offer Weekly Trash PickupA group of businesses in the Arden area are calling on the City of Sacramento to do more in protecting and patrolling the homeless encampments outside, including trash pickup. 20 minutes ago Gov. Newsom Says All CA Schools Should Return To Classes …

2 Goats Saved From Barn Fire In Stanislaus CountyInvestigators said they believe the fire was started due to an electrical issue. 2 hours ago 3 Stockton Men Arrested For Breaking Into Manteca Corporation YardThree men attempting to break into a city facility on Christmas morning were arrested after being caught in the act, the Manteca …

Lunch Break: New Varieties Of ApplesMichael Marks remembers when there were only five varieties of apples. There are a lot more now, and they’re amazing. He shows us some of them. 45 minutes ago Noon Forecast – 11/16/20Cody Stark has your noon forecast this Monday. Temperatures are milder across our area today as the ridge …

Health Experts Say Outdoor Tents At Restaurants May Be Super-SpreadersThe option of outdoor dining is getting a chilly reception in more ways than one. 52 minutes ago Record-Breaking New Home Surge In Sacramento RegionThere’s been a record-breaking surge of new home sales in the Sacramento region. The demand is so high builders say we could …

The mission statements for Southeast Community College’s (SCC) Diesel Technology programs, both Truck and Diesel-Ag, share a common goal: Preparation for employment. Both take two years to complete, and intake enrollment is 20 per program in the fall (late August) and spring (early January). Fall 2020 classes are full, and spring 2021 classes are currently …

By Abbey Slattery, WRAL Digital Solutions This article was written for our sponsor, the North Carolina Military Business Center. In the business landscape of the Triangle, technology reigns supreme. From Raleigh to Durham, including the Research Triangle Park, dozens of tech companies, both big and small, find a base in the region. Innovation and creative …

Searching Technology Harder To Use Around Homeless CampsLaw enforcement said the many homeless camps along the river made thermal imaging difficult to use while searching for 5-year-old Ziyon Butler Monday night near Discovery Park.  34 minutes ago Counties Allowed To Reopen Hair SalonsGov. Gavin Newsom announced on Tuesday that many barbershops and hair salons in …

Law Office of Deborah L. Britt is working hard during these uncertain times to remain a trusted constant. The firm’s primary focus is to help clients prepare: for the best, for the worst and for the unpredictable in between. Attorney and owner, Deborah “Debbie” L. Britt Esq., describes her estate planning practice as being so …

Good Looking Sunday With Another Snow Storm Around The CornerWatch Dave Aguilera’s Forecast 2 hours ago CU, Steven Montez Looking For A Win At Last Home GameSteven Montez will never forget his first game at Folsom Field four long years ago. 2 hours ago Volunteers Of America Help Assemble Thanksgiving BasketsEach year, for the last …

It’s almost time to dress your kids in their favorite costumes and take them trick or treating. While Halloween is a fun time, you want to make sure you and your family are safe. Here are some eight safety tips to ensure a safe and happy Halloween. 1. Brighten your costumes—Most trick or treating doesn’t …