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Sacramento County Tackles Zip Code Vaccine DisparitiesA vaccine victory could depend on where you live. While Sacramento County has vaccinated nearly 800,000 people, the data shows some neighborhoods are getting left out.
Feds' Boogaloo Indictment Details Inside of Northern California Extremist GroupA Turlock man is accused of founding a militia-style group connected to the killing of two officers in 2020.
Stockton Teen, 14, Shot While Driving Left ParalyzedA Stockton teenager who was shot while driving last week is now paralyzed.
Ambulance Overturns In Grass ValleyTwo firefighters and a paramedic were sent to the hospital after a car slammed into an ambulance in Grass Valley.
Man Shot And Killed At South Sacramento Apartment ComplexDeputies are investigating a deadly shooting in south Sacramento on Monday.
3 Dead Dogs, 13 Others Found Alive In Car Parked Near Bridal Veil FallsAuthorities say an investigation into a suspicious vehicle parked near Bridal Veil Falls resulted in an animal abuse arrest.
Will Vaccine Hesitancy Impact Herd Immunity In California?In Placer County, The Grounds clinic in Roseville is opening up eligibility to anyone 16 and up, just days before the state is set to do the same.
California Lifts Attendance Limits On Houses Of Worship In Wake Of High Court RulingCalifornia on Monday lifted its limits on indoor worship services in the face of U.S. Supreme Court rulings that struck down the coronavirus public health mandates.
Loomis Wildlife Rescue Helps Rehabilitate Hundreds Of Orphaned Fawns Each YearFawns are a sign of spring - and nobody knows that more than one Placer County wildlife rescuer.
California Inmate Pleads Guilty To Stealing More Than $100,000 In Unemployment BenefitsA California prison inmate pleaded guilty Monday to conspiring to steal more than $100,000 in unemployment benefits designed to help those who lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic — one of numerous such thefts that authorities say have totaled more than $810 million.