Suspect Gustavo Aranda, 25, of Chatsworth, Calif. entered a nail salon in Sherman Oaks and began hitting and punching three women. He also swung a chair and hit a victim until employees from a neighboring business arrived and apprehended the suspect.
California regulators are undertaking an unique experiment to govern water use for marijuana growers. The Sacramento Bee joined state officials as they visited sites with growers’ approval to issue instructions on water conservation and issue violation notices. (Paul Kitagaki Jr./The Sacramento Bee)
Enochs’ Rory Coscia is headed back to the CIF State Wrestling Championships to defend her crown at 116 pounds. Coscia was one of four Sac-Joaquin Section Masters champions from the Stanislaus District on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, at McNair High in Stockton.
The Tuolumne River was flowing big in 2017 after the spillway at Don Pedro Reservoir was opened last Presidents Day. We shot some scenes from the Hickman Bridge, Dry Creek, South Santa Cruz Avenue and the Ninth Street Bridge. We did the same on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018. Take a look at the comparisons.
A year ago Tuesday, the spillway opened at Don Pedro Reservoir for only the second time in its 47-year history. The operators warned that the Tuolumne River could rise as much as 10 feet in Modesto as the water rushed down.
The small town newspaper in Jackson, Calif., has adopted augmented reality technology similar to that used in the Pokemon Go game. If you hold your phone over the newspaper, pictures and video spring to life.
Local law enforcement surprised Beyer junior and aspiring K-9 officer Baylie Hankins with the ride along — and fly along — of her dreams Friday. The 16-year-old was treated to a full day of activities, including flying on a sheriff’s department helicopter and the chance to meet more than two dozen police dogs.