Interesting turn of events with this Arden Fair Mall fight on Wednesday. Here’s what we have… 1) Dudes get into a fight. 2) Dudes knock down a sign. 3) Sign makes a loud noise. 4) Mall patrons hear loud noise and think it is a gun shot. 5) Mall patrons then turn to their smartphones… Read more »
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Jimmy says Jeff won’t have a job soon. When Stockton is not in the news for going bankrupt after a 15-year spending binge and potentially slipping into municipal chaos, it takes its lumps in news about breaking homicide records. Basically, Stockton has it rough as it is. What’s not needed is this story about three… Read more »
It’s Friday, it’s ugly outside, it’s time to have some fun at the expense of others with a little installment of the ever-popular “Make us laugh” feature. The California Highway Patrol announced Thursday that it will accept applications in January for new CHP officers. This is the first time in three years that the CHP… Read more »
The Sacramento Zoo’s blog is reporting that Josie, the matriarch of their chimpanzee troop, was euthanized today due to old age. She was approximately 48 years old, and had been a resident here for 26 years. Josie liked to paint and frequently stood at the glass to the enclosure to wave to visitors. Update: Today,… Read more »
News 10 reports that a man and woman were arrested for allegedly stealing a car and in connection to a no-bail warrant Saturday. Officers then entered the house and arrested Boone after finding him hiding in one of the bedrooms. Boone was later arrested for the outstanding no-bail warrant along with Rounseville for possession of… Read more »
If you haven’t already read this story, please to check out Unpaid fines hurting California budget over at kcra.com and let me know what you think. I can’t make heads or tails of it. Am I supposed to be angry at the state of California for not trying hard enough to collect? Maybe I’m supposed… Read more »
Let’s all have some fun breaking down this little gem from CBS Sacramento. I’ll start us off. The headline of the story, really? Indecent EXXXposure?
A man died in a Natomas apartment complex fire Thursday morning. Enough about the loss of human life though, a dog was saved! A small dog was rescued from the complex and resuscitated by a firefighter. “It’s kind of cool. I don’t really like dogs, but I like this one,” Firefighter Ross Palmerton said after… Read more »
Job seekers certainly took notice of a headline in the Bee on Saturday announcing that “Intel in Folsom is hiring again.” The story supports this encouraging headline, too, in the first sentence. After a decade of downsizing at its Folsom campus, Intel Corp. has begun hiring again. Great, so you *are* hiring folks. The Santa… Read more »
Why was the FBI undercover at Sac State this week? And why were they mistaken for perverts?
Occupy Sacramento attracted hundreds of protesters today.
Seriously, folks, I don’t care who you are, if you find yourself nude in front of a mirror and look over at your cell phone and think “oh, what the hell,” think of this post. This story about the Kennedy football coach resigning after his team was involved in a brawl with McClatchy on Friday… Read more »
The Occupy protest movement will launch Occupy Sacramento tomorrow at Caesar Chavez Park, 9AM. A flood of communications about this is on their Facebook page. My favorite post is from the confused dude who showed up today to find that nobody was there but farmers selling produce. My conspiratorially minded mind wonders about these Anonymous… Read more »
I was riding along the Garden Highway this morning when I noticed some temporary style fencing along the river side. I quickly discovered why this fencing was installed (excuse the poor photo quality as my “smartphone” is anything but). I even noticed a dog herding the weed eaters. There were so many, too, it was… Read more »
Sacramento’s thrift store junkies will have a new spot to shop for treasures. This morning, Goodwill opened a new boutique outlet in Midtown at 1621 L Street. By noon the place was already crawling with shoppers on the hunt for a bargain. Designer shoes and purses were neatly stacked to the exposed ceilings. Color-coordinated racks… Read more »