Former Raiders coach Joe Bugel dead at 80

Joe Bugel, whose 35-year career in the NFL included one season as the Raiders’ head coach, died Sunday. He was 80. The cause of death was not disclosed. Best known for his work as an offensive line coach, especially with the Washington teams that won three Super Bowls, Bugel served as Raiders head coach in 1997, their third season in Oakland after returning from Los Angeles. After a 4-12 season, he was replaced by Jon Gruden, then a 36-year-old unknown. Bugel had spent the previous two seasons in Oakland as assistant head coach under Mike White. Prior to that, Bugel had been head coach of the Phoenix (now Arizona) Cardinals, where he compiled a 20-44 record in four seasons ending with his firing in 1993. “Saddened to hear of the passing of legendary coach Joe Bugel,” Raiders Hall of Famer Tim Brown wrote on Twitter. “He was a passionate but soft hearted coach who cared about the players.   One of his favorite sayings was, “men, this week’s game is gonna be a Donnybrook”! No more Donnybrooks coach, RIP!! Bugel’s years as an assistant coach, which began…

Gunman At Walmart Distribution Center In Red Bluff Was Former Employee

RED BLUFF, Calif (AP) — A man who drove into a Walmart distribution center in Northern California and went on a shooting rampage that left him and another man dead, and four others wounded, was fired from his job at the center last year, authorities said. Louis Wesley Lane, 31, was fired from the distribution center near Red Bluff in February 2019 after failing to show up for work, Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston told a news conference early Sunday. The violence started Saturday afternoon when a man with a semi-automatic rifle circled the parking lot four times before crashing into the lobby of the building. Lane began shooting randomly into the building and in the parking lot area, where he engaged with Red Bluff police officers who were first to get to the scene, the sheriff’s office said. Johnston said they exchanged 20 to 30 rounds before he was shot by police. The employee who died was Martin Haro-Lozano, 45, of Orland, California. He was taken to the hospital by a sheriff’s deputy due to the extent of his injuries, but later died,…

Parents Found Dead By Gunshots In Stockton Home; Police Investigating Possible Murder-Suicide

STOCKTON (CBS13) – The Stockton Police Department said detectives are investigating an apparent murder-suicide after two parents were found dead in their home on Saturday evening. Authorities said officers responded just after 6 p.m. to a home in the 2500 block of Pemberton Court to reports of a person finding their father, 68, and mother, 62, dead from gunshot wounds. Their identities were not released. Stockton police said a firearm was located at the scene and a medical examiner was called in for an investigation. The department said the case is being ruled a murder-suicide pending an autopsy. No further details were released.

Gov. Newsom Orders Bars In Several Counties, Including San Joaquin, To Close

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered bars in several California counties, including San Joaquin, to close Sunday, citing the rising spread of coronavirus. The state is ordering bars in Fresno, Imperial, Kern, Kings, Los Angeles, San Joaquin, and Tulare counties to close. Additionally, the state is recommending bars close in Contra Costa, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Stanislaus, & Ventura counties. NEW: Due to the rising spread of #COVID19, CA is ordering bars to close in Fresno, Imperial, Kern, Kings, Los Angeles, San Joaquin, and Tulare, while recommending they close in Contra Costa, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Stanislaus, & Ventura. — Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) June 28, 2020 San Joaquin county has the most reported cases in the greater-Sacramento region. According to the county website, there are currently 3,093 cases and 115 coronavirus patients hospitalized. CBS13 reported this week that hospitalizations in the county were up 62% in the county. Public health officials attributed the rise in cases to social gatherings and people not adhering to coronavirus guidelines. They warned if hospitalizations reach surge capacity, places could close…

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