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The Marysville family of 12—Reba Gowin, Tommy Gowin, Alex, Tommy Jr., Samantha, Celeste, Delany, Liam, Nathan, Sophia, Israel, and Anastasia—currently lives under one roof in a one-bedroom apartment.
An arson-sparked blazed forced the team and school to call an audible to put on a successful graduation ceremony less than 48 hours after last May’s fire.
The 49ers will play the San Diego Chargers in a preseason game on Sunday on newly laid turf. But Chris Fahey, Jesuit's athletic director, says more repairs will be done on the field on Monday.
When Matt Workman noticed water bubbling up on his Elk Grove street, he did what he was supposed to do: Report the leak to the Sacramento County Water Agency.
A photo posted on Twitter by a fellow member of the Latino Caucus appears to show Hueso drinking wine at the Capitol on Thursday night, just hours before was arrested for an alleged DUI.
Park supervisors blame the drought, saying that the extremely dry conditions are creating high fire danger along the 23-mile parkway.

Lawmakers Pass Bills On Guns And Ammo

The bills are designed help prevent tragedies such as the May shooting rampage near U.C. Santa Barbara.
Friday afternoon, the three-story garage with more than 300 spaces was mostly empty. There were no visible security personnel around the building, but there were signs stating the garage had video surveillance.
With the help of a local nonprofit, Williams veteran Alex Jauregui will have a special home built to meet his physical challenges.
Court documents show that Fairfield Police Officers Stephen Ruiz and Jacob Glashoff used company time and equipment to search for women on internet dating sites.
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