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Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Davis teen arrested in April slaying of couple
A 16-year-old Davis boy is being held without bail in the April stabbing deaths of longtime attorney and musician Oliver Northup and wife Claudia Maupin after police arrested him Monday.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Disney Dining: Five sweet spots to enjoy ice cream at Walt Disney World
Of all the snacks and tasty treats available at Walt Disney World Resort, there's just something about ice cream that says "vacation."
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Wages of sin are paid by our broad boulevards: Larry Wilson
Because when we head out the door, the car's in the driveway, in between the house and everything else.
TCL Chinese Theatre owners look to pandas, Imax to draw visitors
June 17--SHANGHAI, China -- A new Imax short documentary on pandas, a 3-D Imax history of Hollywood, and live music or dance shows aimed at tourists are among the projects the owners of the TCL Chinese Theatre are pursuing to draw more visitors -- both American and Chinese -- to the iconic movie palace.
Council to discuss affordable housing project, vote on city budget
The city of Arcata has been working with Dave Strombeck, the owner and developer of Campbell Creek Apartments, to build affordable housing.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
The Daily Breeze
Del Amo Financial Center's owner looks to sell Torrance complex
Torrance's landmark Del Amo Financial Center, historically one of the most prestigious addresses in the city, looks increasingly neglected because of deferred maintenance and sits a third empty these days.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Southwest Riverside News Network
Oceanside checkpoint nabs two
Two suspected drunken drivers were arrested at a checkpoint in Oceanside that wrapped up early today, a police sergeant said.
Ventura County Star
Police, rescuers respond to report of gunshots near Ventura Pier
Initial reports from the scene indicated patients, one with a wound to the chest and one with a wound to the abdomen.
College of the Sequoias in jeopardy
College of the Sequoias is in a high-stakes race to show that it can improve its operations, make changes in the way it judges the quality of its teaching and turn a campus with a decade-long history of battles between teachers, administrators and trustees into an atmosphere of civility and respect.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Contra Costa Times
Concord set to do major repairs on 17 of 31 roadway bridges
The city plans to begin repair work soon on 17 of the city's 31 bridges, and also will build a new one, over Pine Creek connecting Commerce Avenue with Waterworld Parkway.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Murder-trial prosecutor slams suspect for changing story
Gurpreet Gosal admitted he lied to detectives when he told them he flew into Sacramento the night before the shooting death of Parmjit Pamma Singh to celebrate the sacred Hindu festival of Raksha Bandhan with a beloved cousin.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Rocklin and Roseville Today
Roseville Wellness Pavilion Now Open
Press Release: Greater Sacramento area residents can now enjoy state-of-the-art, holistic, health and wellness services; many not available anywhere else in California.
Only 43, Tony Diep takes over as bank VP
One more proof that looks can be deceiving is the case of Tony Diep, ever-smiling and unobtrusive at the Rotary meetings , but obviously someone to reckon with, as he took over as vice-president and regional manager of the Downey branch of Pacific Western Bank.
KFMB-TV San Diego
Man's body washes ashore in Ocean Beach
A man's body was found wedged in thick mud at the edge of the San Diego River in the Ocean Beach area Thursday.
Dishcrawl Carlsbad kicks off a fun foodie adventure
An adventure is never without some hiccups, improv, and quick thinking. The Dishcrawl in Carlsbad started off on a June gloom evening at 7pm on June 12th.
Teen bicyclist hospitalized after Anaheim hit-and-run; driver sought
Authorities are asking for the public's help in finding a driver who they say fled after hitting a teenage cyclist in Anaheim.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
The Jewish Journal
Welcome to rehab city
A recent session at the Chabad Residential Treatment Center in Los Angeles. Many clients at treatment facilities have a rocky road to recovery, going through several inpatient centers before transitioning back into normal life.
Inside Bay Area
Fremont using eminent domain for crucial downtown road extension
City officials have started the eminent domain process to purchase a parcel of land considered key in developing the downtown area, while taking steps to reassure neighboring owners that their properties are not next for the wrecking ball.
Contra Costa Times
Walnut Creek Journal News Briefs -- Council to revisit secondhand...
The City Council on June 18 will consider a proposal to limit exposure to secondhand smoke by restricting smoking in specific areas.
Gift Ideas for All Kinds of Dads
He gave you a strong chin, propensity for high blood pressure, and off-the-chart verbal skills .