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Some say old criminal justice reforms are to blame for Sacramento’s growing crimeThere have been accusations and fallout from our state’s growing crime crisis, but are lax laws to blame? Many people say yes.

Paraglider injured in perilous fall in Yolo CountyThe fall knocked the victim unconscious, forcing the California Highway Patrol to dispatch a helicopter rescue team – and for first responders, it was a race against time.

Kaiser Vacaville pharmacy robbed by gunmanWitnesses say the man was queuing at the pharmacy when he suddenly pulled out a gun, jumped over the counter and headed for the medicine. Fortunately, no employees were injured.

1 person fatally shot in vehicle in South SacramentoOne person was killed in the area of ​​Stockton Boulevard and 65th Street. Deputies have not made an arrest in the case.

A man was allegedly drunk and armed when he was shot dead by Citrus Heights policePolice responded to reports of an intoxicated man who had a gun. Upon arrival, officers attempted to defuse the situation, but the officer was forced to shoot and beat the man. His condition is unknown. The officer was not injured.

Covid influx into Sacramento County jails leads to early releasesMore than 200 nonviolent inmates serving less than 90 days are being released from two Sacramento County jails. The move comes as the prison population has seen the number of COVID cases quadruple.

Officer shoots man in Citrus HeightsCitrus Heights Police an officer shot a man along Antelope Road near Tupelo Road in Citrus Heights. The officer was not injured. The suspect was evacuated from the scene by ambulance. His condition is unknown.

Police are investigating a reported shooting in Citrus HeightsThere is a heavy police presence along Antelope and Tupelo Roads in Citrus Heights.

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Roseville nurses demand increased investment in staff safetyNurses are asking hospitals to better protect them and their patients.

1979 San Joaquin County bar shooting suspect dies awaiting trialThe man charged in a decades-old shooting in San Joaquin County that killed a bar owner died before he had a chance to stand trial.

New ideas aim to end the pain at the gas pumpGas pump shock sticker never gets old.

SLT Unified School District temporarily closed due to staffing shortagesThe neighborhood will close for the rest of the week.

COVID surge causes local school to closeYuba City Butte Vista Elementary School is temporarily closing due to rising COVID cases.

COVID outbreak in Sacramento County jailsThe Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office announced it would release some inmates early to help mitigate the effects of a COVID outbreak in its jails.

3 arrested after alleged wave of looting in Placer CountyThree men, all previously convicted felons, have been arrested on suspicion of looting in Placer County during the recent state of emergency following the storm and power outages.

ER wait times are increasing at Sacramento hospitalsThe pandemic has revealed many things about the shortcomings of our health care system, and one issue has reached tipping point for first responders: wait times.

Governor Gavin Newsom denies parole for RFK Assassin Sirhan SirhanGovernor Newsom has rejected the release of Robert F. Kennedy assassin Sirhan Sirhan from prison more than half a century after the 1968 murder left a deep wound during one of America’s darkest periods America.

Raw: Expert speaks out on proposal to delay state gas taxShawnte Passmore spoke with UC Berkley’s Severin Borenstein about a proposal to delay the gas tax until the middle of the year. Californians pay an average of $1.30 more per gallon than the rest of the United States

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Yuba City School Temporarily Closes Due to COVID OutbreakButte Vista Elementary School is seeing a surge in coronavirus cases.

Supreme Court stops COVID-19 vaccine rule for US companiesThe court, however, allowed the administration to continue with the vaccination mandate for most healthcare workers.

Water tank suffers complete failure at Twain HarteA water storage tank at Twain Harte suffered a complete outage Wednesday morning, officials said.

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