Auburn Mayor Who Faced Backlash For Trump Comments And Announced Resignation Dead In Plane Crash

AUBURN (CBS13) — Auburn Mayor Dr. William Kirby has been confirmed as the person who died in a plane crash in the city late Saturday morning, according to a family statement posted to Facebook. Kirby faced backlash this past week after making controversial comments aimed at President Trump’s handling of the pandemic. He announced he would step down and nominate Auburn Councilmember Daniel Berlant as the city’s new mayor, effective April 27. The Placer County Sheriff’s Office confirmed another person was injured in the crash, which happened in a field near the 3800 block of Cedar Mist Lane, northwest of the Auburn Municipal Airport.Exactly what led up to the incident is unclear at this point. At least two people were on board the plane, the FAA says. Both the FAA and NTSB will be investigating the crash.

How To Make Anniversaries Special When You Can’t Leave The House During Coronavirus Pandemic

(CNN) — As restrictions on movement and social distancing keep us from going out, you and your partner may be wondering: “How will we celebrate our anniversary?” In many ways, this pandemic is humbly bringing our lives back to a focus on the basics: wholesome foods and fresh air have become more important in place of delicacies and gym routines. We’re spending our money on what we need, instead of excess. In the case of romantic relationships, fancy outings and exciting trips aren’t options we can use to show our partners we care. Instead, anniversaries this year are a time to pare down by connecting with loved ones in simple yet thoughtful ways that really matter. Why anniversaries matter When a special occasion arrives, we tend to want to celebrate with gifts, outings and trips that are as equally grand as the milestone, said professor and psychologist Terri Orbuch, who’s also known as The Love Doctor and author of “5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage from Good to Great.” There’s nothing wrong with those things, but sometimes extravagance can take center stage while the smaller, more intimate details recede to the background, Orbuch said. Anniversaries are still worth celebrating without the luxury.…

Coroner Identifies 3 Who Died In Head-On Crash In Delta

RIO VISTA (CBS13) – The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office has identified the three people who died in a head-on crash in the delta near Rio Vista earlier this week. The victims – Alice Tarae Acoff, 27, of Sacramento, Corey Johnny Wolford, 26, of Antioch, and Omari Marquez Dill, 7, of Sacramento – died after the vehicle they were in crossed from the northbound lanes of Highway 160 into the southbound lanes after the driver lost control, the California Highway Patrol said. CHP said the vehicle collided head-on with an oncoming pickup truck, killing the three and leaving the two truck occupants with minor injuries. The crash happened Tuesday just before 7 p.m. just north of West Sherman Island Road. CHP said they believed drugs and alcohol to be possible factors.

3 Stockton nursing homes among those with virus outbreaks named in new state report

STOCKTON ― Three nursing homes in Stockton are named in the first report released by the California Department of Public Health that lists nursing homes throughout the state with COVID-19 outbreaks and the number of cases at each facility.Kindred Transitional Care & Rehabilitation ― Valley Gardens on Knickerbocker Drive, La Sallette Health and Rehabilitation Center on East Fulton Street, and Wagner Heights Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Branstetter Place are the […]

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