- Sacramento area winds calm with warming trend on the way -
- AMA votes to declare obesity a disease -
- Selma Blair abruptly exits 'Anger Management' -
- Police: Paraplegic castrated at Philly facility -
- Sacramento police say baby left in running car at Taco Bell while mom apparently sleeps it off nearby -
- Cher credits luck for her lengthy career -
- Leading Off: Kings top list of sports questions -
- Senator: IRS to pay $70M in employee bonuses -
- Police visit home of Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez -
- Afghan leader backs away from Taliban talks -
- Teen once lauded as hero is charged in Davis double-homicide case
- Petrie ends silence, says he's glad Kings are staying put
- On the 49ers: Willis has begun his Super Bowl push
- Budget bill would make it optional for California local governments to comply with public records laws
- Girl tells jury she was tortured by her father's fiancee while he was in prison
- Kings notes: Familiar face at workout a bit odd for ex-Buckeye
- Calif.-based burger chain Johnny Rockets sold
- Proposal on 'big-box' stores heads to Sacramento City Council for debate
- Leading Off: Kings top list of sports questions
- California 2013 State Fair wine winners
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Robert Vaughn, center, looks over his truck after firefighters extinguished a fire in the engine compartment at Northgate and North Market blvds. in Sacramento, Calif. on Tuesday. Vaughn was on his way to Marysville with more than 1,000 empty five-gallon propane cylinders which still contain traces of the fuel and could explode. Vaughn, of Dolphin Trucking, Inc. owns and drives his only truck.
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Protestors burn a Sao Paulo state flag in front of City Hall, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Tuesday. Some of the biggest demonstrations since the end of Brazil's 1964-85 dictatorship have broke out across this continent-sized country, uniting multitudes frustrated by poor transportation, health services, education and security despite a heavy tax burden.
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A halo circles the sun in the skies over Sacramento on Tuesday, June 18, 2013. National Weather Service Meteorologist Craig Shoemaker said the ring resulted from a thin layer of cirrus clouds, thin wispy clouds, at about 30,000 feet. Ice crystals in the clouds created a mirror effect, refracting light and creating the halo.
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Visitors to the Upper Geyser Basin walk along boardwalks near Old Faithful geyser Thursday, June 14, 2013, in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo.
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A Pakistani mourns the death of his relative, a victim of a suicide bombing, at a hospital in Mardan, Pakistan, Tuesday. A suicide bomber blew himself up in a crowd of hundreds of mourners attending a funeral in northwestern Pakistan on Tuesday, killing tens of people. Among the dead was a newly elected lawmaker who may have been the target, authorities said.