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VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Yuba City

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Yuba City

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings Anchor Keba Arnold will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Friday, February 6.

The voting starts Friday, January 30, and ends Tuesday, February 3, at 6 p.m.

This week's picks are in Yuba City and they are:

Linda's Soda Bar & Grill

New Earth Market

The winner will be announced Wednesday, February 4, on News10 Mornings.


Patient at UC Davis Medical Center being tested for Ebola

A patient being cared for UC Davis Medical Center is being tested for Ebola, according to a UC Davis Health System spokesperson.

Dorsey Griffith said the individual is in good condition. The patient was transferred from Sacramento's Mercy General Hospital Thursday morning because the medical center is a priority hospital for evaluating and treating those who may have the virus, Griffith said.

UC Davis is one of just a few medical centers in the state equipped to handle an Ebola case. Several members of the staff volunteered to treat the patient.

"The nurses that volunteered feel comfortable and competent in providing this care for this patient," California's Nurses Association spokesperson Bonnie Castillo said.

Micah Schnabel, Brian Hanover, and Alex Dorame

Micah Schnabel, Brian Hanover, and Alex Dorame
Micah Schnabel, Brian Hanover, and Alex Dorame
01-31-2015 - 01-31-2015
Punch and Pie Productions
Admission: $6 All ages
Start Time(s): Sat 8pm
Come hear some great music from Micah Schnabel, Brian Hanover, and Alex Dorame This event will also feature the art of Vanessa Jean Speckman
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Mayor Kevin Johnson to deliver State of City

ID=22518391SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Mayor Kevin Johnson will deliver a State of the City Address Thursday evening.

During last year's state of the city, retaining the Sacramento Kings and planning the installment of the new Sacramento Entertainment and Sports Complex dominated the conversation.

Mayor Johnson also mentioned last year that he had a few particular goals to accomplish for Sacramento which included: Hiring more police officers, ending brown outs as fire stations and keeping city parks and pools open.

Bill prohibits drones over private property


With the popularity of drones rising, does there need to be a law in place preventing those drones from flying over your backyard?

State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson introduced Senate Bill 142, which would prohibit the unauthorized use of unmanned aerial vehicles in airspace directly over private property.

Who's hiring - Sleep Train Arena

Sleep Train Mattresses is hiring sales associates. This would be at Sacramento-area locations.

A high-school diploma or equivalent is required and customer service experience is preferred.

To apply click here.

High approval for Gov. Jerry Brown, support for budget

SACRAMENTO (AP) - A new poll finds Californians are more optimistic than they have been in years, which is translating into record ratings for Gov. Jerry Brown and widespread support for his budget.

The Public Policy Institute of California released Wednesday a survey on how Californians view their government.

Californians are supportive of Brown's plan to pay debt and build a cushion rather than restore social services. There's even majority support - 52 percent of likely voters - for extending temporary taxes.

While support grows for elected officials, racial disparities persist in how people view police treatment in communities.

The telephone poll of 1,705 California adults was conducted Jan. 11-20 and had a margin of sampling error of 3.6 percent. The error margin was 4.6 percent for the subgroup of 1,011 likely voters.