TURLOCK (CBS13) – Detectives have arrested the two people suspected in the January killing of a 51-year-old man in Turlock. The incident happened back on Jan. 29 along the 1100 block of N. Golden State Boulevard. Turlock police say officers went to investigate a reported shooting and found that a man, Ralph Vigil, had been killed. Two suspects, a man and woman, were later identified as the suspects in the case. On Tuesday, Turlock police say the suspects were stopped in the Castro Valley area and arrested without incident. One of the suspects, 19-year-old Jose Luis Andrade, is facing a homicide charge. The other suspect, 19-year-old Isabel Patricia Pastran, is facing charges of being an accessory. Both Andrade and Pastran are residents of Atwater, police say.
STOCKTON (CBS13) – Stockton will be among the next group of cities getting emergency housing trailers for the homeless. Gov. Gavin Newsom made the announcement during this second State of the State address on Wednesday – an address that was almost completely dedicated to tackling California’s homeless and housing crisis. VIDEO: Fleet Of Trailers On Their Way To Help Homeless In California “After decades of neglect and inadequate responses, we are putting our entire state government on notice to respond with urgency,” Gov. Newsom said during the address. Both Los Angeles and Oakland already saw a fleet of emergency mobile housing trailers delivered back in January. The trailers provide both shelter and services to homeless people. Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs tweeted his approval for Gov. Newsom’s announcement. “This is great news!” Tubbs tweeted. In today’s State of the State speech, Governor @gavinnewsom announced that Stockton will receive trailers to assist individuals experiencing homelessness in our community. This is great news! #reinventstockton pic.twitter.com/c4iJD6jmzT — Michael Tubbs (@MichaelDTubbs) February 19, 2020 January’s trailer delivery came in the middle of a weeklong statewide tour by Gov. Newsom where…
‘The California Dream Is For All’: Gov. Newsom Focuses State Of The State Address On Homeless Crisis
SACRAMENTO (AP) – California should lower the legal bar for providing forced treatment to the mentally ill and building more homeless shelters, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday in his second State of the State address. He took the unusual step of devoting most of the annual speech to just two related issues: affordable housing shortfalls and homelessness. They have quickly eclipsed the state’s other problems since the Democratic governor took office a year ago. He called it “a disgrace, that the richest state in the richest nation … is falling so far behind to properly house, heal and humanely treat so many of its own people.” While homeless populations in most states have declined recently, California’s jumped 16% last year to about 151,000 people, a problem that the governor said disproportionately affects minorities. Meanwhile, a statewide housing shortage has compounded the issue, driving up prices and contributing to more people fleeing California than moving in, the first time in 10 years the state has had a migration loss. The fundamental building block of our solution to homelessness has to be more housing. This means a…
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California should lower the legal bar for providing forced treatment to the mentally ill and building more homeless shelters, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday in his second State of the State address.
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On this Valentine’s Day-themed trolley, you can hitch a ride or get hitched. The fun doesn’t end in February; it’s also available for Halloween and Christmas!
Remy is now 72 years old in dog years, and his owners promise that the rest of his life will be safe and peaceful.
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The Fair of the Century is coming up April 30 through May 3; yes, earlier than ever. This is the Tehama District Fair’s 100th year of recognizing the resources—plant, animal, and human—of Tehama County. Red Bluff Garden Club has been in existence since 1955, making contributions to the Fair Flower Show since that time. We’ve made some changes over the years. This year we have more new divisions and classes. We have a Wheelbarrow Garden class—open to all adult exhibitors. Juniors have their own in Division 540—for both individuals and groups. Let your imagination go. In Horticulture, adults have Container Plants Grown for Flowers. Don’t you have a African Violet or Orchid in bloom? Container Plants Grown for Foliage. Enter that beautiful potted fern or begonia. And the fun one—Unusual Plants or Containers. Exhibitors, I urge you to start your grooming and cleaning, pinching and pruning now. Scope out your garden for Arboreal Branches—this is a pretty easy division as far as prep is concerned. Cut a 30-inch branch from a tree or shrub to bring. And there is a $25 cash award for winning…
For five glorious years, the Warriors not only dominated the NBA, they ruled the league’s television ratings on the local and national level. Now, not so much. Hobbled by injuries to their biggest stars — Steph Curry and Klay Thompson — and sadddled with the NBA’s worst record (12-43), the Warriors are clearly no longer must-see TV. The league has pulled several of the team’s games off the national prime-time schedule and Golden State’s ratings on NBC Sports Bay Area have taken a dramatic plunge. How dramatic? According to a report released this week by Sports Business Journal, the numbers for Warriors telecasts on the regional cable network are down a stunning 66 percent compared to last season. That’s the second biggest drop-off among NBA teams. In fact, only the Denver Nuggets had a bigger local ratings decline — 72 percent. But that situation is largely the result of a bitter standoff between the regional network, Altitude TV, and the state’s largest service provider, Comcast, which has left the Nuggets off air to most of Denver television viewers. Unlike the Warriors, the Nuggets are riding…
SAN JOSE — First the A’s announced the audio broadcasts for all of their games this season will only be available online. Now this week, the Sharks are experimenting with broadcasting audio for their next four games on its mobile app and not on terrestrial radio. Dubbed the “Sharks Digital Roadtrip,” audio broadcasts of the next four Sharks games will be on the team’s Sharks+SAP Center app. The broadcasts will include a one-hour pregame show and interactive features. The games from Feb. 20-25 will not be available on 98.5 KFOX, the Sharks’ radio network flagship since the 2000-01 NHL season. Fans wanting to listen to the broadcasts from the app in their car’s audio system will need to utilize Bluetooth technology or an auxiliary plug-in. The Sharks play New Jersey on Thursday and the New York Rangers on Saturday, with both games starting at 4 p.m. (PT). The team then plays the New York Islanders on Sunday at 2 p.m. and finish the road trip Tuesday against Philadelphia at 4 p.m. All four road games will still be televised on NBC Sports California. Broadcasts on…