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Georgia police look into second case of death by heroin; website linked to Folsom woman’s arrest says it’s no prostitution siteThursday, July 10, 2014 at 9:40 AM
Already charged in connection with a bizarre Santa Cruz death, an alleged Folsom prostitute is being investigated in the death of her boyfriend in Georgia last year.
A Folsom woman described by police as a high-priced prostitute has been arrested for allegedly providing a fatal drug overdose to a client and then stepping over his body to finish off a glass of wine before fleeing.
Government pensions were once considered untouchable, ironclad, off limits even if the employer went bankrupt.
California’s economy has overtaken Russia and Italy, with the state now ranked as the world’s eighth-largest economy.
There will be far more seats in the lower bowl, translating into higher ticket prices. There will be twice as many “premium” seats, including luxury suites and lofts, which will come with VIP perks and be among the most expensive tic...
Richard Mellon Scaife, the billionaire activist and former Sacramento Union owner known for his conservative viewpoints, died Friday.
For many Sacramentans, celebrating July 4th is all about keeping it local: kiddie parades, block parties and neighborhood fireworks.
A Folsom distributor of DVDs, video games and other home entertainment products has been sold to one of the giants in the business, raising the possibility that at least some of its operations could be closed or downsized.
Less than two years ago, Pacific Ethanol Inc. was being threatened with delisting by Nasdaq because of its low stock price. Now its stock is strong enough to be included on three stock indexes.
Fred Buenrostro, who ran CalPERS from 2002 to 2008, will enter a guilty plea next week. The dramatic twist was revealed Monday by his lawyer, William Portanova, during what was scheduled as a routine pretrial hearing in U.S. District Court.