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Nightly Buzz, Oct. 15, 2019: Quadruple homicide suspect + FBI investigates pot business + New California laws

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Man suspected in Roseville quadruple homicide

A man was arrested Monday after turning himself in at the Mount Shasta police station with a dead body in his car saying he had killed multiple people.

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FBI investigating Sacramento pot businesses

The FBI has been investigating whether Sacramento marijuana businesses have made payoffs to public officials in exchange for favorable treatment.

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New California laws Gavin Newsom just signed

Governor Gavin Newsom finished his first session as governor on Sunday with a bill-signing sprint that brought his total approved laws to 870.

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Elk Grove police dog leaps into pool, wins Splash Dog championship

A former Elk Grove police K9 took a nearly 20-foot leap into a pool to win the championship in the Splash Dogs 2019 competition in Folsom.

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