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Folsom Bike Trail Safety Brought into Question Bright red and bruised, Mia Gaytan’s entire right side now shows off all that she thinks is wrong with what’s going on on some Folsom trails. “I shouted out to him cuz I knew…he looked at me but just kept going,” said the 16-
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State sues glass company over hazardous materials Dangerous dust? That's what the state attorney general's office claims Gallo Glass Company used in the manufacturing of glass wine bottles at its plant in Modesto.
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Marine who fought in WWII dies months after attack A 91-year-old man died this weekend from injuries he suffered during an attack inside his Diamond Spring home last December.
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Davis Mom Strikes Back After City Tells Her To Move Basketball Hoop She was taken aback when she got a notice of violation from code enforcement calling her hoop a public nuisance and telling her to move it off the curb or face a fine.
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Democratic Rep. Ami Bera Will Attend Israeli Prime Minister's Speech Before Congress President Barack Obama and other Democratic leaders say they wont attend a speech by Israels prime minister, because of its timing, though one local representative will be in Washington. Benjamin Netanyahu is set to address Congress on Tuesday, just two w
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'60 Minutes' Report On Formaldehyde In Laminate Floors Has Parents Worried The company is disputing the findings, saying Some of the testing cited by 60 Minutes was conducted based on methods that have not been independently verified.
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Reasons for the New Pains at the Gas Pump Every day it seems to get worse. Gas prices climbing 12 cents one day, then another 10 cents, then 5 more overnight. Now we’re looking at more than 40 cents in one week, bringing the average well above 3 dollars a gallon. So what are the reasons beh
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California Officials To Supply Just 20 Percent Of Water, Up 5 Percent From January It's the second-lowest amount since 1991, according to the California Department of Water Resources, which provides water to districts in the San Francisco Bay Area, San Joaquin Valley and Southern California.
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Firing Squads A Step Closer As Utah Senate Committee Advances Execution Bill A state Senate committee on Monday gave preliminary approval to a measure that would allow the state to execute prisoners by firing squad if the drugs used for lethal injection are unavailable 30 days before the scheduled execution.
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Supreme Court Decision Could Change How California Draws Electoral Maps The Supreme Court, unwilling to limit partisan influence in redistricting in earlier cases, now seems poised to stop states that have tried to take matters into their own hands by removing map-drawing power from elected lawmakers.
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