Since few people work on Thanksgiving and college students are home from school, for some it's the perfect time to catch up with friends and family over drinks. This is why Thanksgiving Eve is the unofficial binge drinking day of the year, called Blackout Wednesday. For some bars, it's one of their busiest nights and they want to keep the drinks flowing. "There's a whole lot of drinking," Clubhouse 56 bartender Jenn Bouck said. But Bouck said she won’t compromise on safety.
WEBVTT HTFULOWNERS CAN BE HARD AND SOMETHINK IT ALL SEEMS TOO GOOD TOBE TRUE.DANA: SACRAMENTO'S MUNICIPALUTILITY DISTRICT, OR SMUD, HAS ALOT OF CASH IN ITS HANDS, MONEYTHAT BELONGS TO CUSTOMERS WHOOVER PAID.THESE ARE CHECKS THAT, FORSOME REASON, THEY HAVE NOT BEENCASHED.DANA: THE CHECKS ARE OLD OVERPAYMENTS, DATED FROM OCTOBER2013 TO SEPTEMBER 2014.RANGING FROM $15 TO OVER $2000.AND THIS IS A LAST EFFORT TO GETTHE MONEY INTO THE HANDS OF THERIGHTFUL OWNERS.SO, WE THOUGHT WE'D HELP 'EMOUT.>>...
Suspect still at large, police believe both men knew each otherA man died after a stabbing in a south Sacramento neighborhood Saturday, police said. The suspect is still at large, and police believe the two men knew each other. Learn more in the video above.
WANTED: John Bivins
Involved in tonight's pursuit and shooting involving CHP.
Also wanted for escaping Palo Alto courthouse earlier this month.
Last seen in green 1999 Ford Explorer, license plate 7TYY505. https://t.co/u5SKkbEBWw
@kcranews SUSPECT: John Blivins
Be on the lookout for man involved in CHP pursuit and shooting.
Last seen in green 1999 Ford Explorer, license plate 7TYY505.
Call 911 immediately! https://t.co/U3i8zwco4f
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