Horoscopes Jan. 21, 2020: Geena Davis, keep an open mind.

CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Booboo Stewart, 26; Ashton Eaton, 32; Emma Bunton, 44; Geena Davis, 64. Ashton Eaton (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E) Happy Birthday: Put everything in order, free up time and prepare to concentrate on what you want to achieve this year. Refuse to get wrapped up in other people’s business, leaving you no time to pursue your dreams. Keep an open mind, but don’t be gullible or let someone manipulate you. Be the driving force, not the minion. Your numbers are 2, 16, 24, 27, 31, 46, 49.  ARIES (March 21-April 19): Take demonstrative action, and you will capture the spotlight. Don’t be shy or too proud to ask for help. Concentrate on the result, and enjoy the process of seeing your plans through from start to finish. Simplicity is encouraged. 5 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Address any financial issues that surface. Keeping on top of debt and monitoring what you spend will help ease stress and encourage you to live within your means. Don’t let someone take advantage of you. You can’t buy love. Offer kindness, not cash. 3 stars GEMINI…

DUI Suspect Crashes Into Caltrans Cone Truck Near Truckee

TRUCKEE (CBS13) – Authorities say no one was seriously injured when a DUI suspect crashed into a Caltrans cone truck near Lake Tahoe early Tuesday morning. Caltrans officials say the incident happened on Highway 267, about three miles south of Truckee. Thankfully no one was hurt. This is so easily prevented, if you drink, don’t drive. @TruckeePolice — Robert Womack (@SgtRwomack) January 21, 2020 The Caltrans cone truck was doing a sweeping operation when it was struck by the driver. Both vehicles then caught fire, but officials say no one was seriously injured. No name has been released for the driver suspected of DUI.

David Stern’s Life, Career To Be Celebrated At Memorial Service; Kevin Johnson Won’t Be Attending

NEW YORK (CBS13/AP) – Former Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson will not be at the memorial service for late NBA commissioner David Stern. In a statement, the former NBA all-star called Stern one of his best mentors. “You pushed me when I needed to be pushed, supported me when I required a softer touch, and coached me through some of the most difficult challenges I’ve faced,” Johnson wrote. Stern died on Jan. 1 at 77 after suffering a brain hemorrhage in December. Commissioner Stern, I’m sorry I couldn’t make it to your memorial service today, but I wanted to write something to you so that you know the impact you had on my life. Rest In Peace. Kevin — Kevin Johnson (@KJ_MayorJohnson) January 21, 2020 Friends, family and colleagues from around the basketball world will gather for the ceremony at Radio City Music Hall on Tuesday, just a couple blocks from Stern’s longtime office at NBA headquarters. Stern was considered instrumental in helping keep the Kings from moving out of Sacramento. “One of the greatest accomplishments in my life was working with you to keep…

New Video Shows Suspect In Cameron Park Husky Theft

CAMERON PARK (CBS13) – New video shows the moment someone stole a Cameron Park family’s husky. The husky named Kenai is now back home after it was found in Rancho Cordova, but deputies are still trying to find the suspect who took the dog. RELATED: Husky Stolen From Family’s Cameron Park Backyard Found Safe In Rancho Cordova In the new surveillance video released on Monday, the suspect can be seen walking around the home before taking off with the husky. Surveillance photos of the suspect. (Credit: El Dorado Sheriff) According to Kenai’s family, the suspect had been stalking the dog for weeks and had gotten into their backyard before. Kenai was found safe last week thanks to a tip. He had somehow ended up with a homeless woman at Hagen Park in Rancho Cordova, but both the tipster and that woman have been ruled out as suspects in the theft. Anyone who recognizes the suspect is asked to contact the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office.

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