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3 Deaths Due To COVID-19 In The Mother Lode

Tuolumne County Public Health reports the death of a woman in her 60s due to COVID-19. There are 27 new COVID-19 cases since yesterday’s report with 19 unvaccinated and 8 vaccinated. There are 49 fewer active cases, the 212 active cases include 19 who are hospitalized, two more than yesterday. Regarding the recent expansion of the Pfizer vaccine Emergency Use Authorization to 5 to 11-year-olds, the recommendation by the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) is an important first step in the approval process. The vaccine has more steps before it will be approved and made available to the age group. Officials state, “We will relay updates as they become available.”
TUOLUMNE COUNTY, CA
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Tow Truck Driver Arrested For Hit-And-Run, DUI In Rancho Cordova

RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) — A tow truck driver has been arrested on suspicion of DUI after a hit-and-run in Rancho Cordova last week, police say. Rancho Cordova police say, late in the morning on Oct. 21, a hit-and-run crash was reported near the intersection of Sunrise Boulevard and Zinfandel Drive. No injuries were reported, but officers soon discovered that the suspect’s vehicle was none other than a regional tow truck. With the help of the tow truck company, officers were able to track down the vehicle in a city nearby. Officers say the tow truck driver, whose name has not been released, showed signs of being under the influence. The tow truck driver has since been arrested and is facing charges of hit-and-run and DUI. The vehicle has also been returned to the company, police say. Officers would like to remind anyone who sees a possibly impaired driver on the road to immediately call 911.
RANCHO CORDOVA, CA
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Sacramento Bee

What are the most expensive homes sold in Fair Oaks/Orangevale in the past week?

A home in Fair Oaks that sold for $1.3 million tops the list of the most expensive real estate sales in Fair Oaks/Orangevale in the last week. In total, 10 real estate sales were registered in the area during the past week, with an average price of $664,950, $358 per square foot.
Sacramento Bee

What are the most expensive homes sold in Galt in the last week?

A home in Galt that sold for $523,000 tops the list of the most expensive real estate sales in Galt in the last week. In total, 5 real estate sales were registered in the area during the past week, with an average price of $490,000, $330 per square foot. The...
GALT, CA
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Man On Probation Found With Stolen Gun

Burson, CA — Two guns were discovered in the home of a Burson man already on probation and both were accessible to young children living in the residence, according to investigators. Calaveras Sheriff’s Deputies along with the probation department conducted a probation check on a property in the 3000 block...
BURSON, CA
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These are the top Sacramento area ZIP codes home shoppers targeted last month

The Sacramento housing market experienced roughly a 1% increase in sales of single-family homes last month, according to The Sacramento Association of Realtors. A total of 1,594 homes were sold in September after being on the market for an average of 15 days, compared to 1,579 homes sold in August in an average of 15 days.
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$12M In Improvements Coming To Lower American River Parkway

SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – There are some major improvements coming to the American River Parkway. The lower American River Parkway is getting about $12 million in state funding for significant public access improvements. Improvements will include a new building for concessions and kayak and paddleboard rentals at Sutter’s Landing, a boat launch and restrooms at Woodlake Gateway, an observation deck, an outdoor classroom at Camp Pollock, and planning for the Two Rivers Trail.
PARKWAY, CA
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