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Nightly Buzz, Sept. 4, 2019: El Dorado County Wildfire + Cars crash into home + Rain in Sacramento

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Wildfire burning near Cool, California, now 30 percent contained

The Country Fire was 30 percent contained as of 8 a.m. Wednesday morning and mapped at 85 acres. A patch of rural homes in the Sierra foothills remained under evacuation orders.

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Four hurt when two vehicles collide, slam into Sacramento home

Four people suffered moderate injuries when two vehicles crashed into an Oak Park home early Wednesday morning.

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Sacramento officials say holiday alcohol ban is effective

Rangers issued 56 citations and fines over the three-day Labor Day Weekend in parks an along the alcohol-free stretch of the American River.

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Surprise splash of morning rain hits Sacramento on day expected to reach 96 degrees

The National Weather Service tweeted photos from its office in Arden Arcade, where it says raindrops fell around 9 a.m.

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