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2014 Weekly Challenge #46: The Tough Turkey Express

2014 Weekly Challenge #46: The Tough Turkey Express

2014 Weekly Challenge #46: The Tough Turkey Express


The number one question coaches hear this time of year at Bootcamp is "Do we have Bootcamp on Thanksgiving?"

The short answer: No, there are no bootcamps scheduled for Thanksgiving Day.

The long answer: No, there are no bootcamps scheduled for Thanksgiving Day BUT you can, and should, still get a workout in!!

This Thanksgiving, treat yourself to the Tough Turkey Express Workout! It will only take a few minutes, and its a great way to start off your holiday weekend.

Calistoga Invites You to Celebrate the Season with Holiday Festivities

Calistoga Invites You to Celebrate the Season with Holiday Festivities

Spread some cheer this Dec. during Calistoga’s Holiday Village. From Dec. 6-7, 2014 Calistoga will be transformed into a winter wonderland filled with fun activities to be enjoyed with friends and family during this wonderful time of year. 

Calistoga welcomes visitors with a cheerful atmosphere and shops aglow with a fully decorated celebration of family and friends in the Holiday Village. Visitors can shop for the perfect holiday gift while enjoying holiday refreshments and the heart-warming song of Christmas Carolers. The weekend will feature a variety of activities for the entire family.

Estimated 350 Oakland protesters block freeways, break windows

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Protesters briefly shut down two major freeways, vandalized police cars and looted businesses in downtown Oakland Tuesday night.

The crowd briefly shut down Interstates 580 and 980 on a second night of protests against a Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer in the fatal shooting of a black teenager. Oakland police officers were able to clear the protesters from the traffic lanes.

The group then marched through downtown Oakland streets with police motorcycles and patrol cars trailing closely behind, their emergency lights flashing.

Search continues for electronics burglar in Sacramento

Sacramento County Sheriff's deputies are searching for a man they said used a crowbar to break into a Sacramento business to steal electronics.

Surveillance video released to News10 shows the suspect stuffing an electronic device into a bag on Oct. 27. Sheriff's deputies describe the burglar as a Hispanic man in his 30s or 40s, 5'5" and 165 pounds. The suspect had a mustache and goatee at the time of the burglary and was wearing a black Cleveland Indians baseball hat, a long, black jacket and black gloves.

Sheriff's deputies ask anyone with information in this case to contact them.

Sacramento mayor clarifies his comments about Ferguson decision

Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson spent Tuesday evening clearing the air about recent comments he made about the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri.

At a community meeting held Monday night, Johnson didn't hide his opinion about the grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.

"I'm obviously disappointed by the grand jury's verdict," Johnson said Monday night. "We may quibble and debate about the details of what happened in Ferguson on Aug. 9. What there is no controversy about is the fact that an injustice occurred.

Hundreds seek information on new immigration orders

Hundreds of people crowded a Sacramento church Monday night to get information on how they can benefit from President Obama's executive orders on immigration.

Diego Colli was in tears as he shared his story to more than 200 people gathered inside the gymnasium of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Sacramento.

"We passed the border like normal people do," Colli said. He and his wife, Daniela, have been living in the U.S. as undocumented immigrants for more than a decade.

They no longer have to fear being deported due to President Obama's executive order. "We have two kids, so we are blessed to have this temporary permit to work," Colli said.

Being parents of US citizens and having lived in the country since Jan 1st, 2010, makes them eligible to stay in the country, at least temporarily. "Keep the family together, that's the most important value here in USA," Colli said.

Third arrest made in Stevenson homicide

According to the Sacramento County Sheriff Department's Facebook page, Sacramento Sheriff Homicide Detectives arrested a third and final suspect related to a landlord and tenant dispute that led to the death of a 35-year-old man.

Monterio Maurice Roberts, 42, turned himself in to authorities Monday evening on his outstanding murder warrant involving the death of 35-year-old Edward White, who was fatally stabbed within the 8100 block of Stevenson Avenue on Nov. 16.