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Wayward Porpoise Spotted In Napa River

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 21:26

NAPA (CBS SF) — A wayward porpoise was spotted cruising in the Napa River near a boat dock Thursday morning.

Mary Dwyer heard about the sighting, and packed up the car to go see it herself.

“This is free, folks! Why go pay money for wine?” Mary said.

Josh and Jennifer Thye were lucky enough to be holding a camera when the porpoise surfaced.

“We’re from Phoenix.  We don’t see dolphins in Phoenix, so I thought it was kind of cool,” Jennifer said.

Marine biologists say it’s not actually a dolphin, but a harbor porpoise, one of the smallest marine mammals.

“We were caught off guard trying to see how it made its way this far in,” Josh Thye said.

The sighting was a rare occurrence for the tourists.

“You don’t come to Napa to see dolphins, so it’s kind of neat.”

Porpoises have shown up in the Napa River in the past, and the river contains salt water, so it is believed the porpoise was not in trouble.


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Body Found Floating In Water Near Richmond

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 21:06

RICHMOND (CBS SF) — A body was found floating in the water near Richmond Thursday, according to East Bay Regional Park District police.

The body was reported at 12:35 p.m. near the shoreline at Point Isabel Regional Park in Richmond, according to police.

The body was found on the rocks behind the East Bay Municipal Utility District Wet Weather Treatment Plant on Isabel Street and the victim, that of a female of undetermined race, was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Contra Costa County coroner’s office is investigating the cause of death.

Anyone who has any information on this incident or who might have seen anything suspicious in the area is asked to contact park police at (510) 881-1833. Confidential tips can be made by calling (510) 690-6521.

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Man Suffers Neck Wounds In Machete Attack During Argument In San Mateo

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 20:40

SAN MATEO (CBS SF) — A suspect is in custody after a machete attack Wednesday night that left one man with a serious wound to the neck, San Mateo police said Thursday.

Officers called to a reported stabbing at North Fremont Street and Tilton Avenue at 11:25 p.m. on Wednesday found a 25-year-old man with a serious neck wound, police said.

He was taken to a hospital and is currently in stable condition.

A witness told police that the victim had been talking with an acquaintance when the two began to argue.

The suspect, identified by police as Gregorio Roque, a 65-year-old San Mateo resident, allegedly brandished a machete and then attacked the victim with it before fleeing the scene on foot.

Roque was located in the first block of North Fremont Street shortly after the attack and arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. The machete was also located.

There are no other suspects outstanding, police said.

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1st U.S. Measles Death In 12 Years Reported In Washington State

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 18:12

(CBS SF) — For the first time in 12 years, a person in the U.S. has died from the measles, health officials said.

A woman in Washington State was determined to have died from measles this spring following an autopsy, according to the state’s Department of Health.

The woman, who had several other health conditions, was likely exposed to measles at a hospital during in a recent outbreak in Clallam County, the health department said.

She did not exhibit some of the common symptoms of measles such as a rash, and the infection wasn’t discovered until after she died. The cause of her death was pneumonia due to measles.

The health department said the death illustrates the importance of immunizing as many people as possible to provide a high level of community protection against measles.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Protection, the last confirmed measles death in the U.S. was reported in 2003.

Word of the death comes during a time of intense debate over mandatory vaccinations for school children, and days after California’s newly-enacted law eliminating personal belief and religious exemptions.

Other states have also moved to strengthen vaccination laws following a measles outbreak that began at Disneyland last December spreading across the country.

Thursday, former California Assemblyman Tim Donnelly filed for a ballot initiative to ask voters to repeal the law. Critics of mandatory vaccinations maintain vaccinations may cause illnesses and claim links between vaccines and autism.

Since 2003, there have been nine CDC-funded or conducted studies that show no link between childhood vaccines and autism.

The CDC says with rare exceptions, vaccines are very safe and their benefits far outweigh any risks.

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Drought, Hot Weather Causing Rodent Infestations In East Bay Homes

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 17:33

DANVILLE (CBS SF) — Business is booming for pest eradication companies as the drought and the hot weather hitting the Bay Area has forced rats to come out of the woodwork in search of water.

The vector control of Contra Costa County has been out putting leaflets on doors in some areas that are impacted.

Mike Robinson checked for rats at a Danville home this week. The owner, Barbara Corsi, noticed rodent droppings when she bought it.

“It was rats in the attic, and under the house, and in the garage,” Corsi said.  “He said it’s like you have a rodent freeway going underneath your house.”

Mike works for Got Rats Rodent Proofing in Concord, and with the summer heat and drought, he says he’s booked with 20 to 30 calls a day from neighbors reporting rat infestations.

“In the field, it’s just very dry and every animal needs a water source,” Robinson said.

He’s taken these photos of rats he’s trapped in county homes.

“They’re finding pipes, dog bowls – people that leave water out every night, it’s an easy food source for water and easy source for food,” Robinson said.

Mike sets the traps after sealing up points of entry.

“We’re looking for any kind of gaps, cracks, pipes, anything that can lead directly into the home.”

We made calls to other Bay Area rodent removal companies, and discovered similar rat problems from Danville to Pacifica.

Mike says you can keep rats from invading your home.

Because they’re nocturnal, put your pets’ food and water away at night. Don’t leave food lying around.  Keep doors and garages closed at night.  And seal holes and cracks in your home with galvanized screens and cement.

Barbara had openings sealed in her garage vent and deck.


“We needed to get that taken care of right away before we moved in,” Corsi said.

You can use the same wooden traps that the professionals use.

You can buy it at the store.

He uses peanut butter, or snickers bar for bait.

Apparently cheese does not work as well.

The Contra Costa Mosquito and Vector Control District will conduct door to door outreach next week in Pinole. It’s part of a new program designed to educate county residents on how to prevent rats in the county one home at a time.

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Texas Man On Probation Arrested In Fatal Shooting Of Woman At San Francisco Pier 14

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 16:34

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A man has been arrested in the shooting death of a woman who was walking along San Francisco’s Embarcadero with her family Wednesday evening.

Texas resident Francisco Sanchez had been detained as a person of interest south along the Embarcadero shortly after the shooting at Pier 14 after witnesses on the pier snapped his photo, which was quickly forwarded to officers investigating the killing.

Sanchez was arrested Thursday. He is 45 or 46 years old and on probation out of Texas.

Francisco Sanchez (San Francisco Police Dept.)

Sources told KPIX 5 that police divers Thursday recovered a weapon from the black, silty bay waters just off the Embarcadero. It was not clear whether it was the weapon used in the killing.

The victim was identified as 32-year-old Kathryn Steinle, who had recently moved to San Francisco. Police said Steinle suffered a single gunshot wound to her torso and that the shooting appeared to be completely random.

“There were no words exchanged between the suspect and the victim,” said Sgt. Michael Andraychak. “The victim said something to her family members to the extent that she didn’t feel well, that she just realized something had taken place and she fell to the ground.”

Her brother, Brad Steinle, said she was simply walking with her father along the busy tourist locale when she was shot.

Her father and bystanders tried to perform CPR on her, police said, but she was pronounced dead at San Francisco General Hospital about two hours after the shooting.

Steinle was from Pleasanton and a graduate of Amador Valley High School who had moved to San Francisco to work for medical technology firm Medtronic. She is survived by her parents and her brother.

“She was the most wonderful, loving caring person and if anybody could take anything from this — if you love somebody, just tell them that you love them,” said brother Brad Steinle.

Andraychak said the Steinle family wanted the police department to relay a message to the public, expressing their gratitude to all the Good Samaritans who tried to help their daughter following the shooting and to all those who provided police with information about the suspect.


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Tennis Player Calls Carmelo Anthony “Soft”

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 16:29

By Ross Kelly

Tennis player Coco Vandeweghe may not be famous yet, but her comments following a victory at Wimbledon may make her infamous. Vandeweghe, the 158th ranked player in the world, upset the 11th ranked Karolina Pliskova in the second round. These types of upsets happen all the time but it’s what Vandeweghe said after the match about her favorite basketball team, and its star player, that really set social media ablaze:

“I just feel that Carmelo, he is a bit soft. And now, this is just my own personal opinion, I think he is soft. I don’t think he has a killer instinct in his eyes, at least this last year. And I also think he needs people around him that have that killer instinct, because then that brings it out of you. And with him taking such a high salary, I think that kind of handcuffs the Knicks in being able to get those types of players that are getting big contracts. There’s no way around that.”

BOOM!!! Whereas Jared Dudley threw a jab at ‘Melo, Coco leveled the haymaker.

If that Vandeweghe name looks familiar, it is pretty famous around basketball circles. Coco’s grandfather, Ernie Vandeweghe, played for the Knicks for seven years in the 40s and 50s. Ernie’s son (and Coco’s uncle), Kiki, had a 13-year NBA career as a player including four years with the Knicks. He also was the general manager of the Nuggets when they drafted Carmelo in 2003. Obviously, Coco is biased towards her family but it’s also clear that she’s a passionate (and knowledgeable) fan.

Though it may appear that some Coco-Carmelo beef is on the horizon, the two do share a common bond; neither has ever advanced past the third round.

Ross Kelly is an Associated Producer for CBS Local Sports. He is from Louisiana and is a fan of all sports, but not of any teams (except LSU). He can be reached at

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Sheriff’s Deputies Swim For Shore After Boat Sinks Near Bay Point

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 16:00

BAY POINT (CBS SF) — No deputies were injured when a sheriff’s office patrol boat began taking on water and sank near Bay Point on Wednesday morning, a sheriff’s spokesman said Thursday.

Deputies were traveling in the boat at about 9:20 a.m. along the shoreline near Bay Point when the vessel began taking on water “at an uncontrollable rate,” spokesman Jimmy Lee said in a statement.

Lee said one of the deputies on board tried to navigate the ship to shore, but the engines failed and the boat began to sink.

The deputies were roughly 100 yards from the nearest shoreline, so they abandoned the sinking ship and swam to shore, Lee said.

As a precaution, Lee said the location of the sunken vessel was boomed off and marine divers salvaged the ship’s remains Wednesday night.

Lee said the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident.

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Police Seize Huge Cache Of Illegal Fireworks In Oakland; 2 Arrested

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 15:36

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Police recovered more than $50,000 in illegal fireworks in a raid on an East Oakland home Thursday morning and arrested two suspected fireworks dealers, police said.

Officers responded just before 7:30 a.m. to a home in the 1100 block of 82nd Avenue and found the fireworks in the basement, Oakland police spokeswoman Officer Johnna Watson said.

Because of the type and volume of the cache, police called in the Alameda County sheriff’s Bomb Squad, Watson said. Most of the fireworks were aerials, Oakland Fire Department chief of staff Cynthia Perkins said.

Watson said the raid was part of a long-term investigation by the police department’s Special Investigative Unit-2, prompted by the Fourth of July holiday.

Children live in the area where police recovered the fireworks, so this was “a safety concern,” Watson said.

She said the fireworks posed a real danger if there was a heat source, such as a spark, in the basement.

Perkins agreed. She added that the Fourth of July weekend is one of the fire department’s busiest.

Watson said both men face felony charges.

Perkins said the fire department has set up barrels at six fire stations where people can drop off illegal fireworks. No one will be arrested and no one will ask any questions, she said.

“We just want to get as many off the street as possible,” Perkins said. “We are at a real disadvantage” with the drought.

The barrels will probably be there until Monday, she said.

The barrels are at fire stations at 1603 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, 1445 14th St., 1235 International Blvd., 934 34th St., 1700 50th Ave.  and 1401 98th Ave.

Perkins is encouraging families to enjoy one of the area’s many legal fireworks shows rather than display their own.

City officials said fireworks are illegal in Oakland and anyone caught with fireworks can be fined up $1,000. Anyone possessing large amounts of illegal fireworks can be fined $5,000 to $10,000 and go to prison.

Anyone who wants to report illegal fireworks to police can call the anonymous tip line at (510) 238-2373.

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Drone Flying Too Close To Wildfire Grounds Forest Service Planes

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 15:36

REDDING (CBS/AP) — Authorities briefly grounded a U.S. Forest Service reconnaissance plane flying over a series of small wildfires near Redding after a drone flew to close to the scene.

The Forest Service says the plane was grounded for about an hour-an-half for safety reasons on Monday near Redding. The owner of the drone was not found.

It was the third time in less than a week that the spotting of a drone over a California wildfire prompted the Forest Service to order planes to land for safety reasons.

Officials fear the drones will collide with firefighting planes. Two tanker planes dropping retardant on a large wildfire in San Bernardino County, 90 miles east of Los Angeles, was briefly grounded June 24 and 25 when drones were spotted over the blaze.

Individuals flying for hobby or recreation are strongly encouraged to follow the FAA’s safety guidelines, which include:

  • Fly below 400 feet and remain clear of surrounding obstacles
  • Keep the aircraft within visual line of sight at all times
  • Remain well clear of and do not interfere with manned aircraft operations
  • Don’t fly within 5 miles of an airport unless you contact the airport and control tower before flying
  • Don’t fly near people or stadiums
  • Don’t fly an aircraft that weighs more than 55 lbs
  • Don’t be careless or reckless with your unmanned aircraft – you could be fined for endangering people or other aircraft

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Man Stabbed With Pair Of Scissors In San Francisco Tenderloin Mexican Restaurant

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 14:54

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A woman armed with a pair of scissors stabbed a man at a Mexican restaurant in the chest in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood on Wednesday morning, police said.

At about 11:15 a.m. at Taqueria Castillo B2 on Mason Street between Turk and Eddy streets, a woman in her 60s entered the restaurant and kicked a glass door, causing it to break, police said.

When a man confronted the woman, she pulled out a pair of scissors and cut the man on his chest, police said.

The victim, described as a man in his 60s, suffered a laceration to the chest that is not considered life-threatening, police said.

The woman was arrested. A motive for the attack remains under investigation, police said.

An employee at the restaurant Thursday morning said that the man’s injury was not severe and that the restaurant remains open for business.

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German Shepherd Loose On East Bay Highway Evades CHP Officers For 2 Hours

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 14:37

BERKELEY (CBS SF) — California Highway Patrol officers spent nearly two hours scrambling to catch a German Shepherd loose on East Bay highways Thursday morning, but the dog evaded officers as it ran onto Berkeley city streets, CHP officials said.

The dog was first spotted on the right shoulder of southbound Interstate Highway 880 near Broadway in Oakland at about 8:20 a.m., according to the CHP.

But as officers have tried to catch it and get it off the highway, the dog ran into traffic, at one point blocking all lanes of the highway.

The dog was reported in traffic lanes and on the center divider of both I-80 and I-880 in Oakland and Emeryville, running around the MacArthur Maze.

It continued to elude CHP officers, eventually running onto Ashby Avenue in Berkeley. The pup was last seen running east on Ashby, when CHP officers turned the pursuit over to Berkeley police.

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Strengthening El Nino Possibly Linked To More Shark, Exotic Fish Sightings Off California Coast

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 14:26

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY (CBS SF) — Warmer waters from a building El Nino may one reason for the recent great white shark sightings in Santa Cruz County.

As meteorologists detect the water beginning to gradually warm, marine biologists have noticed more juvenile sharks coming into shallow waters.

Many agree it’s due to the sharks’ food source coming to them.

“A lot of these same currents have been pushing exotic bait fish further north,” Marine biologist Giancarlo Thoma said. “These fish are usually seen more so in southern California and Mexico.”

Millions of red tuna crabs have already began washing ashore along the Southern California coasts — an unusual sight that scientists recall happening right before the powerful 1997-98 El Nino event.

Yellowfish tuna, mahi-mahi and pufferfish typically found off the coast of Baja California were also caught that year along the Central and Southern coasts of California.

NOAA has  documented evidence of El Nino’s impact on ocean life, specifically sharks, in the past.

Tropical and common pelagic thresher shark generally moves into California waters during periodic warm water episodes relating to El Nino conditions, according to NOAA’s Southwest Fisheries Science Center.

While no one can ever perfectly predict climate, if a very strong El Nino sets up, California’s history shows in these years, we are in for not only a wet winter, but a devastating one with potentially billions of dollars of damage.

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You Will be Watching Music Videos Through Facebook Very Soon

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 13:35
Facebook is trying to lock in licensing deals from the major labels in order to start the program as soon as possible.
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The 5 Golden State Warriors Who Will Earn More Than MVP Stephen Curry Next Season

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 13:28

OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Anyone who just watched the Warriors break a 40-year title drought knows that the team has a ton of players who deserve to get paid. But, thanks to contract timing and existing long-term deals, the team will take the court in 2015-2016 with a starting five – in terms of top salary – that does not include the reigning NBA MVP.

Here’s a look at who will be making more than the game’s most lethal shooter (values Via USA Today Sports):

Klay Thompson

Klay Thompson #11 of the Golden State Warriors. (Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images)

Steph’s splash brother will lead the Dubs in the paycheck stat. He’s due $15,501,000 next year. That number climbs about a million every year through the 2018-2019 season. That certainly is all-star money.

David Lee

Once in the running for face of the franchise, Lee was relegated to a reserve role after the emergence of Draymond Green last year. He’ll be in the last year of his deal this season, and his expiring $15,493,680 could be attractive in trade for teams who want to clear cap space while getting a solid statistical player next season. Rumors of a possible Lee move surfaced even before the draft.

Draymond Green

Draymond Green (credit: Noah Graham/Getty Images)

The runner up for NBA Defensive Player of the year just inked a 5-year $85 million deal. That puts him at $14.26m next year, according to published reports. The number isn’t really important because the Warriors said they would resign the versatile two-way player at any price.

Andrew Bogut

Andrew Bogut #12 of the Golden State Warriors. (Photo by Layne Murdoch/NBAE via Getty Images)

Despite his limited role at the end of the Finals, the big man remains an elite defensive force. Bogut will never again approach the nearly 16 points a game he once averaged in Milwaukee, at least not on this team. But you won’t hear many complaints about his $12,000,000 paycheck for next year.

Andre Iguodala

Andre Iguodala #9 of the Golden State Warriors. (Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images)

At 11,710,456, Iguodala seems pretty highly paid for a defensive stopper off the bench. But he just won the NBA Finals MVP. If titles can wash away the sting of Barry Zito’s monster contract for the Giants, surely Iguodala is in the clear after that performance.

Curry is currently the 6th ranked player on the team – in terms of paycheck – at $11,370,786. That’s enough that you probably don’t have to feel sorry for him. He’ll jump to the top of this list in two years, when he works out a new deal.

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San Francisco Richmond District ‘Corpse House’ Sells For $1.03 Million

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 13:03

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A home in San Francisco’s Richmond District which attained notoriety because it once housed a mummified corpse has been sold over its asking price of just under $1 million.

The Victorian home at 152 4th Ave. described as a “major-fixer” was listed for $928,000 and sold for $1,029,500 to an unidentified buyer, according to real estate news website SocketSite.

Last April, police found the body of the previous owner wrapped in a blanket inside the home. She had been dead for five years. The woman’s daughter who lived in the home apparently knew about her mother’s corpse amid the floor-to-ceiling trash which had accumulated in the home for over a decade. She was evaluated for mental illness.

The two-bath, two-bedroom home was listed by Zephyr Real Estate as having, “Lots of Vintage Charm/Details and a real News Worthy [sic] History.”

SocketSite reported the sale will require court confirmation since the woman’s death was never reported.

The report also said while the $1.09 million bid was tentatively accepted, interested parties will have an opportunity to bid higher at an estate probate hearing, the date still to be determined.


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Surveillance Video Shows Dam Vandalized, 50 Million Gallons Of Water Lost

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 12:04

FREMONT (CBS SF) — Fremont police hope surveillance video will help them find three men suspected of vandalizing a dam, wasted millions of gallons of water in the process.

The newly-released surveillance footage shows the men entering a restricted area of Alameda Creek and intentionally damaging an inflatable dam.

The dam is used in the Alameda County Water District’s operations to recharge the Niles Cone Groundwater Basin, one of the district’s main water supplies.

The damage sent an estimated 50 million gallons of water — enough to supply nearly 500 homes for one year — rushing down the creek. The dam will cost $3 million to replace.

Inflatable Dam Across Alameda Creek Before Its Destruction By Vandals In May 2015

Based on the surveillance images, the suspects are described as:

Suspect #1: Adult male, medium build, short cropped hair, wearing long sleeved shirt, and unknown colored pants.

Suspect #2: Unknown aged subject, thin/medium build, wearing hooded sweatshirt with hood up, and unknown color pants.

Suspect #3: Unknown aged subject, thin/medium build, wearing light colored shirt and unknown color pants.

The district is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects responsible for this crime.

Anyone with information about this crime is encouraged to contact Detective A. Ceniceros at 510.790.6664 or by email at The public can also provide anonymous tips via Nixle.

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85-Year-Old Man Hurt In Petaluma Carjacking; Suspect Arrested In San Francisco

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 11:36

PETALUMA (CBS SF) — An 85-year-old man was injured during a carjacking in a supermarket parking lot in Petaluma, and a suspect was later arrested in San Francisco, according to police.

Officers responded at 5:50 p.m. Wednesday to the Lucky’s Supermarket at 939 Lakeville St. in response to a carjacking that had just occurred.

The victim, identified as an 85-year-old man, told police he got out of his parked vehicle to help his wife load groceries into the trunk when a suspect shut the trunk, got into the driver’s seat of the running vehicle and started to drive away.

The victim got into the front passenger’s seat of the vehicle in an attempt to stop the suspect, but the suspect pushed the man out of the vehicle and accelerated away, police said.

The victim suffered minor injuries in the incident and was treated by the Petaluma Fire Department at the scene.

Later, an officer checking the area spotted the vehicle entering southbound U.S. Highway 101 and pursued the vehicle onto the highway, police said.

The suspect accelerated to speeds greater than 100 mph during the pursuit, exited and again entered the highway and was driving unsafe and recklessly in heavy traffic, police said.

Officers eventually lost sight of the suspect near Novato.

In San Francisco, an officer pulled a over a vehicle for a moving violation and for not having a rear license plate. The officer determined the vehicle, a 2004 Volvo XC70 cross-country wagon, had been stolen in Petaluma.

27-year-old Matthew Vidor, a transient from Sonoma County, was arrested without incident. He was booked at the Sonoma County Jail on charges of carjacking, evading police, elder abuse and assault with a deadly weapon.


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How To Successfully Manage A Part-Time Job

Thu, 07/02/2015 - 10:44
Looking to bring in a little extra money? Jill Schlesinger has more on why an extra part-time job may be easier to manage than you think.
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