Herald, CA

15-Year-Old Boy On Bicycle Struck By SUV While Crossing Stockton Street; Driver Still Sought

STOCKTON (CBS13) — A search is on for the driver who struck a 15-year-old boy on a bicycle in Stockton, then took off from the scene. Stockton police say the incident happened Wednesday afternoon at the intersection of March Lane and Quail Lakes Drive. As seen in a video taken of the incident, an SUV turns right and appears to be unaware of several bicyclists who are crossing the street. The SUV then strikes one of the bicyclists, the 15-year-old boy. The boy is visibly limping in another video taken in the immediate aftermath of the crash. Police say the boy is expected to be OK, however. No information about the driver, other than that they were in an early 2000s-model Chevy Tahoe, has been released.
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Sacramento Man, 43, Dies After Being Shot In Car In Gilroy

GILROY (CBS13) — A Sacramento man has died after a shooting in Gilroy on Wednesday, authorities say. Gilroy police say, at some point around 6 p.m., a shooting happened near Monterey Street and Leavelsey Road. The victims reported that someone shot at their car several times. Two people were inside...
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Mountain Democrat

Sutter Creek Theatre rolls out red carpet for ‘Country’s Queen’

SUTTER CREEK — Known as “Country’s Queen,” celebrated country music legend Lacy J. Dalton comes to the Sutter Creek Theatre Saturday, Nov. 27. She will perform at 7 p.m. with Dale Poune. Dalton is a country singer and songwriter whose career has spanned many decades and touched the hearts of...
Elk Grove Citizen

Former EG mayor resigns from Democratic Party

Former Elk Grove Mayor Steve Ly on Nov. 18 resigned from the California Democratic Party, citing their lack of support for the Hmong community. Ly, who became America’s first Hmong mayor when he was elected as Elk Grove’s mayor in 2016, served in that role for four years. He now serves as the president and CEO of the civil rights organization, Asian American Civil Liberties & Anti-Defamation.

Slow Black Friday morning across Sacramento amid price hikes up to 17%

ARDEN-ARCADE, Calif. — Black Friday was expected to have larger crowds in 2021 compared to 2020, but shoppers were not quick to rush stores across Sacramento Friday morning. Meanwhile, bottlenecks, due in part to shipping and trucker delays, are causing prices on items like televisions to soar, up to 17% marked up from last year, an Allianz Research representative told The Associated Press. Prices for items like toys, clothing, appliances and other items are up anywhere from 5% to 17%.

Subdued Start To Black Friday Shopping In Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — With Thanksgiving behind us, holiday shoppers are making sure they get the best bargains this Black Friday. Despite a lot of deals moving online, there were still some people are braving the cold to score the best deals. A few dozen people seen were lining up outside the Walmart in Natomas overnight. The store opened at 5 a.m. Other stores aren’t seeing the Black Friday crowds of old. Case in point: it was all quiet outside the Best Buy in Natomas around the same time. Still, many stores have modified their hours on Black Friday and are opening early to get a jump on the holiday shopping season. Most malls around the greater Sacramento area are also opening early. The Roseville Galleria hours on Black Friday will be 7 a.m.-10 p.m.; Arden Fair Mall is open from 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; and Weberstown and Vintage Faire malls are open 8 a.m.-9 p.m.

Christmas parade, Hanukkah wonderland among Northern California holiday events this weekend

Several holiday-themed events are happening this weekend in Northern California. Here’s a round-up if you’re looking for things to do. The Tuolomne County town of Sonora will host its 38th annual Christmas parade on Friday. Thousands of people line Washington Street for the nighttime parade that features cars and floats decorated in lights. Marching bands and dancers also participate. The parade starts at 6 p.m. More information here.
Daily Beast

What I Learned Searching for My Vanished Mother

These are the things I know about my mother’s disappearance. On the night of Oct. 12, 1995, Tami Seymour, a blue-eyed, dishwater blonde heroin addict, ex-convict and sex worker—was living with my 8-year-old little sister at Ernie’s Motel, located on the 1700 block of Merkley Avenue in West Sacramento, California. Investigators told me that her ex-boyfriend was in the room that night with them and told them days later—when he reported her missing—that she’d walked to the convenience store to buy a pack of cigarettes and never returned.

43-year-old Sacramento man shot, killed in Gilroy

GILROY, Calif. — A 43-year-old man from Sacramento was killed in a shooting in Gilroy that left another person hospitalized, according to The Gilroy Police Department. Police said the shooting happened near Monterey Street and Leavelsey Road on Wednesday. The people shot drove to the 8200 block of Murray Avenue to call 911.
Elk Grove Citizen

Warming center program to begin Dec. 1

Officials from the city of Elk Grove, the Cosumnes Community Services District, the Elk Grove Homeless Assistance Resource Team (HART) and local faith-based organizations on Nov. 17 announced details for the new Overnight Warming Location (OWL) Cooperative. Also assisting with the program will be the local Volunteers in Police Service.