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Family Finds Closure After Missing Woodland Woman’s Remains Identified Decades Later

WOODLAND (CBS13) — Years after she went missing, the remains of a Woodland woman have finally been identified. Dolores Wulff’s family is feeling mixed emotions as they relive her disappearance, but feel they may finally be able to find peace. Since 1979, photos have been all that’s left for Dolores Wulff’s family to remember her by. “We’d gone to bed about 15,000 times between the time she disappeared and now,” said Tom Wulff, one of her sons. For her family, the decades-long question of where she went after disappearing from her Woodland home is finally known. “It’s awful nice because just recently I was convinced I was going to go to my […]Read full article >
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‘It’s Pretty Cool’: Girl From Davis Earns Boy Scouts Highest Honor

DAVIS (CBS13) – A teenager from Davis earned the highest honor in a traditionally male organization – the Boy Scouts. Melissa Meux, 14, showed off what it took to become an Eagle Scout – the highest honor in the Scouts organization. It all started when she was a little girl with big dreams in Davis. “I was five years old in kindergarten and my parents said, ‘Hey, you want to join Girl Scouts?,’ and I was like, ‘Yeah, that sounds fun!’ ” Melissa said. But it wasn’t long before the Boy Scouts caught her eye. “I thought it was a really cool opportunity because I got to do all kinds of things like camping, backpacking, going to summer camp, and […]Read full article >
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Suspects Lead Officers On Chase From Sacramento To Baxter

GOLD RUN (CBS13) — A chase that started in Sacramento ended in the high country early Friday afternoon. California Highway Patrol says the chase started in the Sacramento area. The suspects led officers all the way up Interstate 80 until just east of Baxter. Police activity on I-80 eastbound east of Baxter. Expect delays pic.twitter.com/oqw3wYV0Wj — CHP – Gold Run (@CHPGoldRun) October 23, 2020 The police activity closed eastbound I-80 for about 10 minutes, but once arrests were made the freeway was back open. Exactly what started the chase has not been detailed at this point. Authorities have not released the names of anyone taken into […]Read full article >
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4 Accused Of Organized Retail Theft Arrested At Manteca Walmart

MANTECA (CBS13) – Four people found to part of an organized retail crime group out of Modesto were arrested after the Manteca Police Department said they attempted to steal over $1,500 in electronics from a Walmart in the area. Angelina Alvarez, 32, Kaitlyn Stolze, 28, Carl Goodman, 39, Robert Gonzalez, 40, all of Modesto, were booked into the San Joaquin County Jail on various charges related to organized retail theft. See all four mugshots below. manteca retail theft mug 1(credit: Manteca Police Department)manteca retail theft mug 2(credit: Manteca Police Department)manteca retail theft mug 3(credit: Manteca Police Department)manteca […]Read full article >
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Arson Blamed For Starting Willow Fire In Yuba County

YUBA COUNTY (CBS13) — Investigators have found that the Willow Fire, which destroyed several homes near Dobbins earlier in September, was caused by arson. Cal Fire says 1,311 acres were burned and 41 structures were destroyed in the wildfire. Thousands of residents were under evacuations orders at the height of the incident. The fire was fully contained by Sept. 14. On Friday, Cal Fire investigators announced that the wildfire was caused by arson. Exactly how the fire was started was not detailed. Investigators are now seeking information about who may have started the Willow Fire. Anyone with information relevant to the case is urged to […]Read full article >
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EDD Fraud Concerns Forces Action In California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP/CBS13) — At least 350,000 debit cards filled with money for unemployment benefits in California have been frozen because of suspected fraud, state officials said, revealing how prevalent the problem has become now that the state has paid more than $105 billion in benefits since March. California’s Employment Development Department said contributing factors in the freezes include “a high number of claims at a single address.” The agency said the claims were part of the federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, which offers unemployment benefits to people who would not normally be eligible to receive them, […]Read full article >