Fetus thrown in the trash; Swastikas Etched Into Cars: Top CA Stories

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Whether you’re looking for breaking or outrageous news, or fun or crazy features, we’ve rounded up some of the most shareable stories from the past week.

Check out some of this week’s top news stories from across the state.

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FBI’s Most Wanted List: CA Man Added

The FBI has added a second California man to its list of ‘Ten Most Wanted Fugitives’. He is considered armed and extremely dangerous.

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Should CA Teachers Be Armed?

California has some of the strictest gun laws in the nation, but the debate over whether teachers should be armed has been rekindled.

Inner Mask Mandate Returns to San Diego Unified School District

An indoor mask mandate returned to the San Diego Unified School District after the county reached “high” COVID-19 community level.

NorCal housing prices fall amid cooling trends

Despite months of historic inflation and a record real estate market, data published this week showed that house prices are finally falling.

SoCal home prices fall as sales tumble

After months of skyrocketing prices, data released this week showed house prices fell in June for the first time in more than a decade.

Bruce’s Beach Deed Returned to Rightful Black Family 98 Years Later

Nearly a century after a black family snatched the land from Bruce’s Beach, the title deed was returned to them.

Knott’s Berry Farm Launches ‘Chaperone Policy’ After Teen Brawl

The Buena Park amusement park closed early Saturday after clashes broke out between teens, officials said.

San Diego Hotel workers go on strike ahead of Comic-Con

About 600 workers went on strike outside the Hilton Bayfront San Diego, which is located next to the San Diego Convention Center.

250 Pounds of Fentanyl Pills Seized in San Diego County

Border Patrol agents stopped a truck on I-8 in Campo. Bundles of fentanyl pills were hidden in the vehicle’s gas tank and spare tire.

Skittles ‘unfit for human consumption’ due to toxin: CA lawsuit

A Bay Area Man Sues Mars Inc. and says Skittles still contains a poison that the company promised to remove from the candies in 2016.

CA nurse killed by grizzly victim of rare predatory attack: report

A nurse in Chico was killed by a grizzly bear while cycling in Montana last summer. A new report calls it a rare “predatory attack.”

Mountain Lion Killed on 101 Freeway, Fourth Puma Roadway Death in 2022

The 2-year-old male mountain lion, P-89, is the fourth tagged mountain lion to die in a roadway in 2022.

Fetus thrown in the trash; Costs weighed against CA undertaker

Prosecutors will determine whether to press charges after a fetus is thrown in the trash at Cherokee Memorial Park and Funeral Home in Lodi.

Linda Evangelista Arranges CoolSculpting Suit With Pleasanton Firm

Model Linda Evangelista settled her lawsuit with Zeltiq Aesthetics after she said she was “brutally disfigured” by a CoolSculpting procedure.

Uber pays millions in redundancy payments charged to 65,000 people with disabilities

Uber has to pay millions to more than 65,000 people with disabilities who wrongly charged waiting times for taking longer to get into the car.

Swastikas etched into Berkeley cars; At least 2 victims are Jewish

According to reports, swastikas were etched into multiple vehicles over the weekend in Berkeley. At least two victims are Jewish.

Councilor’s son pleads not guilty to identity theft, other charges

Adam Friedman, son of Lester Friedman, pleaded not guilty to charges related to a fake Instagram account.

Twin brothers arrested in Petaluma on suspicion of fatal stabbing

Two brothers have been arrested on suspicion of involvement in the stabbing of a 23-year-old Novato man.

Man arrested at Drake’s home in Beverly Hills

A man was arrested on the superstar’s new Beverly Hills trail while the singer was on vacation.

Woman pretends to be nurse, kidnaps baby in hospital: RivCo Sheriff

Jesenea Miron reportedly entered a patient’s room, identified herself as a nurse, grabbed the baby and tried to flee.

Wrong release of Lady Gaga Dognapping suspect asks for reward offer

Months after he was accidentally released from prison, police are still trying to find the man suspected of shooting Lady Gaga’s dog walker.

Southwest Riverside County Shortstop Drafted by Boston Red Sox

Eighteen-year-old Mikey Romero was picked by the Red Sox in the first round of the MLB draw.

San Diego County Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information leading to an arrest for animal cruelty.

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