Video: Fast-driving vehicle evading Sacramento County deputies crashes

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Video released by the California Highway Patrol shows a high-speed pursuit that ended in a crash in the Sacramento region. A CHP plane was overhead in Sacramento when it received a call of a fight happening at the time, according to a Facebook post by the department on Saturday. The plane spotted the fight and alerted the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office of the location.
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Traffic & Fire Update….Fire Reported on Sutter Ione Road

Sutter Creek, CA…Traffic & Fire Update….Fire Reported on Sutter Ione Road. Incident: 00261 Type: Report of Fire Location: 8526 Sutter Ione Rd Loc Desc: Lat/Lon: 38.380135 -120.864495. Detail Information. 3:24 PM 4 [4] CAL FIRE * FIRE ENRT TO LAKE AMA GOOSE HILL QURY. 3:23 PM 3 [3] A21 VIS...
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Hundreds visit Raging Waters as it opens for first time since pandemic

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Families on Sunday flooded to Raging Waters at Cal Expo in Sacramento for its opening weekend. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, it has a capacity limit of 750 people at a time. However, throughout the day as people came and went, the water park said it had a total of roughly 1,100 visitors on Saturday after it opened for the first time since 2019.
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Auburn gas at $3.89 per gallon? This is the cheapest fill-up in town

(AUBURN, CA) For bargain hunters there may be no better target than gas, with the cheapest station in the Auburn area offering savings of $0.70 per gallon. According to a survey by GasBuddy, Maidu Market at 631 Auburn Folsom Rd was the cheapest station in the area, with regular listed at $3.89 per gallon at the pumps Wednesday. That was compared to Shell at 13210 Lincoln Way, where a gallon of regular was selling for $4.59.
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Dangerously hot conditions later this week

Near normal temperatures through early this week. Hot conditions with high to very high heat risk will return later this week. Clear skies prevail overhead this afternoon for most communities across northern California. The exception to this is extreme northwest California where a very late-season atmospheric river is bringing localized rainfall. As the afternoon progresses, can’t rule out a stray rain shower in portions of Shasta and Tehama Counties, but any precipitation that falls will remain very light. The National Blend of Models gives Redding a 21 percent chance of measurable rainfall (greater than/equal to 0.01 inches). Onshore gradients are ramping up this afternoon — present surface pressure gradient between San Francisco and Sacramento is 2.5 millibars and climbing. As a result, expect breezy conditions to develop and continue into the evening hours around the Delta, as well as for portions of the Sacramento Valley along the I-5 corridor. Forecast highs will peak in the upper 80s to low 90s, or within a few degrees of where we should be for this time of year.