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CHP: Three people injured after vehicle drifts and rolls over off Highway 50


Three people were injured when a SUV crashed into a fence off Highway 50 and Hazel Avenue near Naturwood Furniture.

Officer Tommy Riggins with CHP said that alcohol was a contributing factor. Pete Talley, 54, was driving eastbound on Highway 50 when he drifted off the roadway and rolled his vehicle. The two passengers inside the vehicle managed to get out but Talley had to be cut out of the car by firefighters, Riggins said.

All three were hospitalized, with Talley being the most seriously injured, Riggins said. Riggins clarified that while the vehicle did not damage the furniture store, it did cause damage to the fence.

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Comprehensive Medical Marijuana Legislation Passes First Committee

Comprehensive Medical Marijuana Legislation Passes First Committee

Comprehensive Medical Marijuana Legislation Passes First Committee

 

Sacramento — Today the Assembly Committee on Business and Professions on a bipartisan 13-0 vote passed Assemblyman Ken Cooley’s AB 266, taking action to help provide California with a long-overdue business standards for medical marijuana. California is the only state with medical marijuana access for patients that lacks a robust regulatory process. AB 266 aims to improve the current status quo by helping the exercise of Proposition 215 rights within local community norms.

 

Support Sacramento Area Museums During the BIG Day of Giving on May 5!

Support Sacramento Area Museums During the BIG Day of Giving on May 5!

Interested and involved community members are encouraged to support their favorite Sacramento area museums and/or popular destinations during the BIG Day of Giving on Tuesday, May 5, 2015.  Presented by GiveLocalNow, Sacramento Region Community Foundation, Placer Community Foundation and Yolo Community Foundation, the BIG Day of Giving is a local initiative designed to increase philanthropy in the Greater Sacramento region.  The fundraising effort will take place from midnight to midnight on that one special day. For those 24 hours, online donations will be accepted through www.bigdayofgiving.org with a goal to inspire and unite our community in supporting hundreds of local nonprofits.

News10 hosts 'Breakfast on the Job' at UC Davis Children's Hospital next Friday!

News10 hosts 'Breakfast on the Job' at UC Davis Children's Hospital next Friday!

News10's popular morning segment 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' is morphing into 'Breakfast on the Job' during the next few weeks, when we'll be bringing breakfast to you on the job.

It's our way of honoring those that serve our community, while letting our viewers learn about potential job opportunities.

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That's Right. Momma Be Watchin'

That's Right. Momma Be Watchin'

Momservation: The Golden Rule: Don’t do it if you wouldn’t do it with Momma standing right there.

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Bank of America closes Rancho Cordova facility


Bank of America is shutting down a Rancho Cordova loan center in late 2015. Employees learned of the closure Wednesday.

The building on White Rock and Zinfadel processes home equity loans. A company spokesperson said it has contracted out those services to Accenture. This new agreement will go in effect Aug. 1 and Bank of America will vacate the building.

The facility employed 800 people. About 80 percent of those employees will be transferred to positions at Accenture at a yet to be determined location in the area. The other employees will either lose their jobs or find other opportunities within Bank of America.