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Police need help finding hit-and-run suspect vehicle

Police need help finding hit-and-run suspect vehicle


Sacramento police need the public's help finding a suspect vehicle in an injury hit-and-run case.

A bicyclist, a woman in her 40s, was going south on the 6800 block of 24th Street around 4 a.m. on Sunday, July 15 when she was hit by a SUV. Police said she suffered serious injuries.

Through the investigation, detectives believe the SUV to be a 1996-2001 Ford Explorer or a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer. Police said it is a dark colored SUV and would have damage to the right front headlight area, with possible damage to the right front hood area.

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Joan Jett Greets Fans at Farm Sanctuary Benefit

Joan Jett Greets Fans at Farm Sanctuary Benefit

Fans queued outside The Plum Café Friday afternoon to meet rock and roll mega-star Joan Jett.  Jett hosted a benefit for Farm Sanctuary, a leading farm animal protection and rescue organization in America. While there, guests and supporters were able to enjoy a vegetarian buffet, as well as a meet and greet with the legendary musician.

News 10 had a chance to speak with Jett about her involvement with Farm Sanctuary.

“I think what they do is good work— it’s a unique niche.” Jett discovered the Sanctuary while they were on a rescue mission. “There was terrible flooding on the Mississippi. I read about cattle being stranded on high ground and Farm Sanctuary sent trucks to pick all those animals up.”

Jett has had a long career in the music industry and continues to perform for die-hard fans from multiple generations. She calls the range of ages in her fans “beautiful”.

Salsa: More Than Chips and Dips

Salsa: More Than Chips and Dips

Alana Sugar


Dry-Aged Steaks with Grilled Salsa

Until I moved to Texas, I don’t think I fully appreciated salsa. It was there that I learned salsa’s true potential – it is about way more than chips. It’s a compilation of fresh ingredients designed to complement and enhance a wide array of fabulous food from soups to appetizers, mains to sides and even desserts... Read More

Register NOW for 12th Annual Walt Gray Ride Aug 17!

Register NOW for 12th Annual Walt Gray Ride Aug 17!

Click HERE for details and to register!

When: Sunday, August 17, 2014, Registration: 8:00 - 10:00 a.m., Ending Event: 11:00 - 2:00 p.m.

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Center for the Arts presents X Acoustic with Folk Uke opening July 24

Center for the Arts presents X Acoustic with Folk Uke opening July 24

WHO: The Center for the Arts presents

WHAT: X Acoustic featuring original members: Exene Cervenka, John Doe, Billy Zoom & DJ Bonebrake 
    with Folk Uke opening 

WHEN: Thursday, July 24, 8:00PM

WHERE: The Center for the Arts
        314 W Main Street, Grass Valley, CA  95945

TICKETS: $45 members, $50 non-member
        The Center Box Office - 530-274-8384 ext 14
        BriarPatch Co-op Community Market - 530-272-5333
        Tickets online at www.thecenterforthearts.org

WEBPAGE: www.thecenterforthearts.org
        http://thecenterforthearts.org/x-acoustic/

Hole-in-one prize winner will get his luxury car after all


GRANITE BAY, CALIF - The golfer who felt cheated out of a $66,000 luxury sedan following a hole-in-one shot at a charity tournament will get a car similar to the one that was parked at the tee, event organizers announced Wednesday.

Allan Ross, 44, a Roseville chiropractor, made the lucky shot off the third tee May 7 at the Granite Bay Golf Club in a tournament benefiting the Eureka Schools Foundation.

Parked at the tee was a white 2015 Kia K900, and Ross was joined for photographs in front of the car by tournament sponsors Chuck and Jon Peterson of Folsom Lake Kia.

Shortly afterwards, Ross learned the actual prize was a $25,000 gift certificate and not the luxury Kia.

Ross complained of a "bait and switch" by Folsom Lake Kia and contacted News10 after the dealership sent him a letter pointedly telling him it considered the case closed.

Summer Fun, Outside and In

Summer Fun, Outside and In

Jane Johnson

The heat is on! Time to get planting, cooking, and enjoying summer vacation. Whole Kids Foundation has loads of cool ideas to help you and the kids do just that, including tips on how to make your garden grow and how to navigate those bulk bins at Whole Foods Market. (And shhhhh, don't tell the kids, but they'll learn a little something, too)

Plant a Seed, Watch it Grow

This month's Kids Book Club story is How a Seed Grows by Helene J. Jordan. Easy-to-understand words and illustrations show kids the life cycle of a seed and how soil, water, sun and care help it to grow properly... Read More