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A gravel spill on a highway in Yuba County early Tuesday morning resulted in at least 10 vehicles crashing, authorities say.
Facebook's own researchers have repeatedly warned that the company appears ill-equipped to address issues such as hate speech and misinformation in languages other than English.
An Indiana town is trying to woo new residents, offering a large cash incentive and "on-demand grandparents" to those who move in.
Here is information on the latest COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, community transmission, breakdowns of vaccination rates and the latest headlines.
Mechelle Giles is the first woman in the world to receive a totally artificial heart implant after being diagnosed with end-stage heart failure; something doctors had limited options to treat until now.
This newly discovered possible exoplanet in the Whirlpool Galaxy would be about 28 million light-years away.
Some 28 million children would be eligible for the vaccine if authorized.
Clouds and cooling
In Rio Linda, located in northern Sacramento County, flooding issues lingered Monday. The Sacramento area saw historic rainfall, where more rain fell on Sunday than any other day in the area's recorded history.
The nationalization of the race has turned up the pressure of both campaigns, with Democrats and Republicans in Washington closely watching the contest as a potential road map for how each party might run in next year's midterms.
"If your baby is in the NICU, you're delaying how long it can be before you can take them to a photographer, and so I can come in here and I can gift them that experience in a really hard, unnormal time."
As a candidate, Biden made higher taxes on the wealthy a key promise, saying no one earning less than $400,000 would pay more.
Katrina Aviles says she carried her neighbor on her back to help him escape the house fire.
When retired U.S. Marine Corps Officer Robert Koenig saw the fall of Afghanistan, his mind went right to his former interpreter and what he could do to help the man who helped him for so long.
KCRA 3’s weather team said more rain and snow will sweep through Northern California on Monday, a day after a historic downpour set records and led to dangerous situations on roadways. Street flooding, power outages and downed trees were reported across the area.
An estimate of $11 billion paid out by California's Employment Development Department (EDD) to fraudsters has nearly doubled.
He had been fired from a previous job after a gun went off on a set and wounded a member of the film crew.
You've already noticed prices going up at the supermarket and the drugstore. Unfortunately, more sticker shock could be around the corner.
Reservoir levels across the state remain low, and according to KCRA 3 Chief Meteorologist Mark Finan, those are a key indicator of knowing where drought conditions lie.
An incredible moment caught on camera in Friday night’s game against two New Mexico high school football teams.
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