- Toddler dies after SUV's window closes on his neck -
- Prosecutors: Meth was sold from Denver taco wagon -
- Home of 49ers lineman Ray McDonald burglarized -
- Melted glacier sends miles of mud down Mt. Shasta -
- Boyfriend detained after woman's body found in car -
- Prosecutor: 800 rounds found in intruder case -
- Alaska TV reporter quits on air to promote pot -
- 1 arrested, others ejected after NFL stadium brawl -
- Coroner identifies woman killed by driver on Sacramento sidewalk -
- Sacramento resident and Stern show regular Eric the Actor dies -
- 49ers lose their cool, their lead and the game
- Favorable weather aids containment of King fire as smoke cancels Ironman Lake Tahoe
- King fire burn now listed at 87,592 acres
- Harbaugh on officiating: We never point any finger of blame
- Coroner identifies woman killed by driver on Sacramento sidewalk
- Melted glacier sends miles of mud down Mt. Shasta
- Boyfriend detained after woman's body found in car
- Snap counts: Gore’s meager numbers underscore 49ers personalty switch
- 1 arrested, others ejected after NFL stadium brawl
- Sacramento resident and Stern show regular Eric the Actor dies
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Bird-shaped kites are held in the air as demonstrators make their way down Sixth Avenue during the People's Climate March, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014, in New York. The march, along with similar gatherings scheduled in other cities worldwide, comes two days before the United Nations Climate Summit, where more than 120 world leaders will convene for a meeting aimed at galvanizing political will for a new global climate treaty by the end of 2015.
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French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, from left, primatologist Jane Goodall, former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, and U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon participate in the People's Climate March in New York, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014. Thousands of demonstrators filled the streets of Manhattan on Sunday, accompanied by drumbeats, wearing costumes and carrying signs as they urged policy makers to take global action on climate change.
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A member of the Secret Service Uniformed Division looks out from the North Portico of the White House in Washington, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. The Secret Service tightened their guard outside the White House after Friday's embarrassing breach in the security of one of the most closely protected buildings in the world. A man is accused of scaling the White House perimeter fence, running across the lawn and entering the presidential mansion before agents stopped him.
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In this photo provided by the Spanish Defense Ministry, aid workers and doctors transfer Manuel Garcia Viejo, a Spanish priest who was diagnosed with the Ebola virus while working in Sierra Leone, from a military plane to an ambulance as he leaves the Torrejon de Ardoz military airbase, near Madrid, Spain, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. The Spanish priest who was diagnosed with the Ebola virus while working in Sierra Leone has been flown back to Spain and taken to a Madrid hospital. Garcia Viejo, a medical director of the San Juan de Dios Hospital in the city of Lunsar in Sierra Leone, arrived on a medically equipped military plane shortly after 3 a.m. Monday.
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Hawthi Shiite rebels chant slogans at the compound of the army's First Armored Division, after they took it over, in Sanaa, Yemen, Monday, Sept. 22, 2014. Heavily armed Yemeni Shiite militiamen took over the headquarters and house of a powerful army general allied to Sunni Islamists on Monday and set up checkpoints across the capital, Sanaa, after sweeping across the city as the general and his allies fled and went into hiding.