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Boy, 12, goes under the knife after getting help from community

A 12-year-old Loomis boy was able to get much needed brain surgery thanks to help from the community.

In May, News10 introduced viewers to RJ Kahaunaele, who has an extremely rare brain tumor, which makes it nearly impossible for him to function.

"(I have) headaches, double vision, and stabbing pains in my eye," RJ said. "It makes it hard to move and makes me real dizzy."

RJ's family felt stuck, they couldn't find a neurosurgeon willing to work on his pineal cyst because it is very difficult to remove.

But then, they found Dr. Dong Kim, a neurosurgeon and director of the Mischer Neuroscience Institute at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston.

So, another roadblock stood in the way -- money. RJ's family couldn't afford the trip, nor the deductibles. Reluctantly, they asked for help.

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Granite Bay man sentenced for aircraft parts repair fraud

A Granite Bay man who jurors said conspired to commit fraud regarding airplane part repairs was sentenced to federal prison Tuesday.

William Hugh Weygendt, 64, who owned WECO Aerospace Systems Inc. with shops in Lincoln and Burbank until 2007, must surrender to authorities to begin serving his two and a half year sentence on Sept. 23, according to the U.S.District Attorney office, Eastern District of California.

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07-11-2014 - 07-11-2014
Blacktop Comedy
Admission: $10
(916) 749-3100
Start Time(s): Fri 8pm-9:45pm
The amazing funny ladies of Yadda Yadda Yadda create a brand new musical comedy, right before your eyes
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Folsom Lake Kia responds to hole-in-one prize screwup


SACRAMENTO - The general manager of Folsom Lake Kia and Ford says a series of errors led a Roseville chiropractor to believe he had won a $66,000 Kia sedan during a charity golf tournament.


Roseville golfer teed off over hole-in-one prize

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07-19-2014 - 07-19-2014
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Roseville golfer teed off over hole-in-one prize

ROSEVILLE - A golfer who thought he'd won a $66,000 luxury sedan with a tournament hole-in-one is accusing the sponsoring car dealer of poor sportsmanship for switching the prize.

Allan Ross, a Roseville chiropractor, sunk the lucky shot off the third tee at the Granite Bay Golf Club on May 7 during a charity tournament to benefit local schools.

"I know nobody thought it was going to happen," Ross said of the par-3 hole. "And me, least of all."

Ross said a $66,000 Kia K900 sedan was parked near the tee, and tournament organizers immediately pulled him over to the car to take photographs after the hole-in-one was verified.

Ross also posed for pictures at the car with sponsor Chuck Peterson, owner of Folsom Lake Kia and Ford, and Peterson's son Jon, the general manager.

Ross got his second surprise a few minutes later.

4th of July Recipes with a Twist

4th of July Recipes with a Twist

By Cristina Guccione

“Take me out to the ball game,
Take me out with the crowd;
buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack,
I don’t care if I never get back!”

This 4th of July the San Francisco Giants are playing the San Diego Padres at 3:40 p.m.  If you don’t have plans to be in San Diego for the game, grab some friends and host your own all American BBQ with a Sacramento twist.

Since we love our local Sacramento companies, below are some Sacramento twists on two Fourth of July favorites.


ORIGINAL: Hot Dogs TWIST: Track 7 Sausage and Peppers

Prep time: 10 minutes

Total time: 30 minutes

Serves: 6

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