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Memorial Day Concert In Murphys

On Memorial Day, there were numerous events honoring and remembering those who lost their lives while serving our country. This video was shot at Murphys Community Park on Monday evening. The Calaveras Community Band was performing in the gazebo.

Batkid: The Documentary Movie

(SF Weekly) November 15, 2013 was the day when the entire city of San Francisco collaborated to help Miles Scott live out his fantasy of being Batkid. Scott, for those who don’t remember, is the then-5-year-old leukemia survivor whose love of superheros inspired the Make-A-Wish Foundation to transform San Francisco into Gotham City for a […]

Senate Candidate Makes “Shocking” Remark, Runs Away From Reporter

(KCRA) She’s only been in the race for Barbara Boxer’s US Senate seat for three days now, but Democratic Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez is making waves for what she said and what she has now done. The candidate was explaining how she recently received an invitation from someone with the Indian American caucus. “I’m going to […]

CHP Rescues Lost Hiker In Alpine County

Sacramento Bee A teenage hiker said Tuesday he was down to his last drops of water as he waited for rescuers on the Pacific Crest Trail in remote Alpine County on Sunday night. A California Highway Patrol helicopter crew found D’Artagnan Driscoll, 18, of Apache Junction, Ariz., on Monday, roughly nine hours after he sent […]

Placer County Man Punches Bear

A Placer County man punched a bear in the face because it walked onto his property and scared his dog. You’ll have to accept the words of the man and his friend. The protective dog owner says that he didn’t run. He didn’t call wildlife officials. Instead, he wound up, created a fist and punched […]

Vets And Their Dogs Are Walking From North Carolina To California

Two veterans are on a journey raising money for military families and vets who are pet owners The four of them were strangers a few weeks ago. “I had heard that a Marine was walking across the country in 30 days for a dog that had saved his life, and I said, ‘I’m in,’” said […]

25 Years Ago: Back To The Future 3

Back to the Future III was filmed mostly in Tuolumne County and released in theaters 25 years ago this May. Several local residents were used in the movie. Numerous people who were here at the time can tell you stories about where the actors and crew stayed, where they ate and various encounters around the […]

Google Exec Killed On Mt Everest

(San Francisco Chronicle) – Dan Fredinburg, the San Francisco man who died in the Mount Everest avalanche triggered by the Nepal earthquake, was invariably described in news stories as a Google executive. But friends and colleagues said he was much more than a tech exec. Fredinburg, they said, was a funny and inspirational man who […]

Retired Forest Service Worker Shares Memories Of Rim Fire

A collection of thoughts, videos and pictures of the 2013 Rim Fire. Wildland Firefighter, Patrick Michael Karnahan was working as a patrolman on the northern end of the fire zone for two months. Having worked in green forest and then in the same area after it burned, was very sad for him. All of the […]

Congressman Knight: Touch Me Again, I’ll Drop Your #*%

Republican Congressman Steve Knight held an “open house” at his Simi Valley office. At least that’s what he called it. However, Knight and his security would not allow a group of men and women who want to stop illegal immigration into his office. Knight met with the group outside after the “open house” ended and […]

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