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Lemor Abrams " CBS Sacramento

sacramento.cbslocal.com — Twitter: @LemorAbrams Email: labrams@kovr.com Instagram: LemorAbrams Lemor Abrams is an Emmy-Award winning news reporter, who has interviewed thousands of people, from key political figures to everyday folks who impact their community. Her very first interview was with a former political prisoner, and her most memorable story tracked the life of a five-year-old boy on his journey to beat a rare form of cancer.

CHP: Secretary Of State Employee Brought Loaded Gun Into Workplace

sacramento.cbslocal.com — SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - The California Highway Patrol has arrested a state employee who is accused of bringing a loaded gun to work at the secretary of state's office. The CHP said Friday that 50-year-old Bryan Thurmond was arrested for possession of a firearm in a state building.
Jan 23, 2015

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Placer County Reports First Flu-Related Death Of Season

sacramento.cbslocal.com — PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) - Officials announced Friday that Placer County has suffered its first flu-related death of the season. Placer County health officials say the victim, a man whose identity is not being released, was under the age of 65 and had been suffering from an underlying chronic condition.

Batkid Movie Trailer Released

sacramento.cbslocal.com — He dreamed of being batman and the city of San Francisco made it happen. Now, 5 year-old leukemia survivor Miles Scott, better known as "Batkid" may be headed to the big screen. Today the official trailer for his first movie "Batkid Begins" was released.

Rising Star: UCLA Forward Kevon Looney

sacramento.cbslocal.com — Kevon Looney came to UCLA as one of the top prospects in the country (ranked 10th by Scout; 15 by Rivals), which in this era means the NBA is not far off. The UCLA coaching staff knows this. "You recruit him with thought that he's probably going to be a one-and-done," Bruins assistant Ed Schilling says.

Rescue Crews Work To Save Cow Trapped In 30-Foot Hole

sacramento.cbslocal.com — Local Rescuers are working to free a cow that has gotten stuck inside a mineshaft. The 1,100 pound is stuck in a hole 30 feet underground. Rescuers attempted to free it on Wednesday night, but the rescue became too difficult in the dark. We'll have more on this story during the CBS13 News at 5.

WATCH: Molly The Cow Rescued Three Days After 30-Foot Plunge Into Tuolumne Mine

sacramento.cbslocal.com — TUOLUMNE (CBS13) - Three days after falling 30 feet into a Tuolumne County mine, Molly the cow was rescued by UC Davis veterinarians. Rescue crews pulled the 1,200 pound bovine out on Thursday. She fell in the hole on Monday, and rescuers attempted to save her on Wednesday night, but it was too dark.

Detectives Looking For Navy Vet Whose Ring Was Turned Into Pawn Shop

sacramento.cbslocal.com — SACRAMENTO (CBS13) - The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department is asking for help in finding the owner of a ring believed to be owned by a Navy veteran. Deputies say the ring was turned in to a North Sacramento-area pawn shop recently. The pawn shop then contacted deputies about the distinctive ring.

Call Kurtis: Half of Dozen People Rented My Apartment

sacramento.cbslocal.com — Kurtis Ming Eight-time Emmy Award winner Kurtis Ming is CBS13's consumer... SACRAMENTO (CBS13) - More people are choosing to rent In Sacramento and that's opened up the door to scammers. Jacob Hill says he gave what he thought would be his landlord $950 cash for two rooms inside a home he spotted on Craiglist.

Call Kurtis: Some Companies Can Apply Charges to Bank Cards After They Expire

sacramento.cbslocal.com — Lincoln, Calif. (CBS13) - Linda Steiger says internet security company McAfee managed to get money out of her bank account, even after her debit card expired. She has auto renewal on her McAfee anti-virus software. We learned some companies may have the right to charge your account even after that card expires.
Jan 22, 2015

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