High poverty rates and distance from services are adding to hardships for the rural community of Rancho Tehama Reserve, devastated by the rampage of a lone gunman this week that killed six and wounded nine. Some families are hoping online fundraisers will bring relief.
An internal email from a Sutter employee said she was “running and hiding” after ordering the records destroyed in 2015. Sutter said the incident was a “mistake made as part of a routine destruction of old paper records.”
Bobbi Attaway's father Jesse Attaway was shot by Sheriff's Deputies last September. Bobbi, 17, talks about changes she'd like to see in the department. She and her sister Sierra Rivera are suing the county for more information.
The gunman who rampaged through Rancho Tehama Reserve on Tuesday may have been targeting a specific student at the rural community’s elementary school, according to a neighbor whose wife and children were injured in the shooting spree.
Two Sacramento Sheriff’s deputies shot Jesse Attaway last September after he entered two homes and allegedly pointed his wallet at officers as if it were a gun. But his teenage daughters have questions. The Sheriff has few answers he’s willing to give.
As the deadline to meet new federal standards for state licenses and ID cards is fast approaching, the California Department of Motor Vehicles is preparing for an influx of visitors to their offices in the coming years.
A home invasion robbery at the site of a suspected commercial marijuana growing operation, near Grass Valley by men purporting to be members of a drug task force, is under investigation by the Nevada County Sheriff's Office.