SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A new report from the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation says Russian government hackers infiltrated computer systems of critical facilities within the United States. “If they compromise the entire structure, the software itself, then they would have full access to anything they wanted,” said Ryan Eldridge, a network security expert with Nerds on Call. “They’re showing they have the capability of doing these things,” said Eldridge.
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — An American icon is taking steps to sell off or close all of its brick and mortar stores. The Toys R Us CEO told employees during a conference call that the company will begin the court proceedings to liquidate. The news sent shoppers to the stores and employees thinking about their future. “I got some little baby sunglasses,” said Keri Ordway, a shopper in Elk Grove. “I heard they were going out of business so I thought maybe there would be some good sales,” continued Ordway.
NEVADA CITY (CBS13) — A handful of homeowners in Nevada County are suing the county and the water district a year after a landslide wrecked their homes. The group says the county knew of dangers in the Cascade Shores neighborhood and didn’t tell residents. Last year, a record of nearly 8 feet of rain fell in the area of Irene Masteller’s home. In February 2017 a chunk of land in Cascade Shores gave out. “Everything was just lost; everything was just gone,” said Masteller. Ten homes were evacuated.
Toys R Us is reportedly luquidating it’s US stores and closing or selling the nearly 800 locations. But the ToysRUs name may not be gone forever. How some stores could remain open.. tonight at 10 https://t.co/pWzj6ggXuC
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Selecting a term
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