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Walmart prepares for last-minute shoppers in Sacramento

Walmart prepares for last-minute shoppers in Sacramento

Over the next few days, more than 68 percent of customers will look to complete their Christmas shopping. To prepare for the last minute rush, Walmart stores in Sacramento have received truckloads of new products and fresh inventory on top gifts including many items that have never been on a Walmart shelf before like:

  • Wii U Console ($349)
  • iPad Mini ($329)
  • 15 new styles of bikes (assembly is FREE)
  • Doc McStuffin ($18.96)
  • Air Hockey Tables ($189)
  • Wine Cooler and Wine Cabinets ($58 each)\

Source: Tiffany Moffatt

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Penryn care home rape suspect accepts plea deal

ROSEVILLE, CA - A former care home employee charged with raping a profoundly disabled resident pleaded no contest Wednesday in a deal that will send him to prison for up to 13 years.

Marquise Montgomery, 22, was arrested last week after a DNA match with a relative linked him with the victim's baby, born last March.

STORY: Man arrested in connection with 2011 rape, impregnation of disabled woman at Loomis care facility

The pregnancy was discovered last December after Montgomery had already left his job at the ResCare facility on Butler Road.

Montgomery will be formally sentenced Jan. 25.

Santa, Please Bring Mommy an Assault Rifle

Santa, Please Bring Mommy an Assault Rifle

Momservation: Setting a good example for your kids doesn’t mean target shooting with an assault weapon.

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Someone please tell me why a suburban mother needs an assault rifle.

And being a “gun enthusiast” is a hollow explanation reverberating against the sobs of parents.

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Weekly Challenge: Hydration!

Weekly Challenge: Hydration!

 

2012 Weekly Challenge Week #50: Hydration   Yep, back up on my soap box again...This weeks' challenge is all about HYDRATION.

Living where we do, it is almost impossible to forget to drink water in the summer.  Those triple digit days make it pretty easy to r

Granite Bay rallies to win State Title

CARSON, CA - John Cooley's touchdown and Colin Brown's kick for the extra-point with 1:12 left in the game clinched the CIF Division I State Championship for the Granite Bay Grizzlies on Friday night.

The Grizzlies (13-3) rallied to defeat nationally ranked Long Beach Poly Jackrabbits (12-4) 21-20 at the Home Depot Center to win their 12th straight win and their first state title.

Long Beach Poly missed a crucial extra point following a 10-yard touchdown run by Manusamoa Luuga to give the Jackrabbits a 20-14 lead with 3:47 to go. 

Needing a score, the Jackrabbits put together a drive that got them to midfield. But Aaron Knapp caught his second interception of the game to put the game away. 

In total, the Grizzlies had five interceptions on the night, including two more from Dylan Keeney. Keeney returned his second of the game 29 yards to give Granite Bay a 14-7 lead in the third quarter.