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Two arrested following threat against Elk Grove school


Two people have been arrested following a threat made to an Elk Grove high school.

Sacramento County sheriff's deputies arrested Jonathan Huynh, 19, of Elk Grove for possession of an illegal assault rifle, as well as a 16-year-old student. The student was arrested on suspicion of making criminal threats by means of an electronic communication device.

Thursday night, parents of Elk Grove students called authorities, warning them of a social media post with a student pictured wearing a ski mask and holding what appears to be an assault rifle. The post warned students not to come to school Friday, but no violent incidents were reported.

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Wedding Pro Annual Gala "Down the Rabbit Hole: We're All Mad Here"

Wedding Pro Annual Gala "Down the Rabbit Hole: We're All Mad Here"

“You’re entirely bonkers. But I’ll tell you a secret, all the best people are.”    -The Mad Hatter

This is the Wedding Industry event of the year! It's a Gala, a Recognition Dinner, Awards Dinner and a night on the town, all rolled into one evening.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016, 6:00-9:00 p.m., Tsakopoulos Library Galleria in Sacramento.

Four arrested connected with Thursday shooting, car crash in Elk Grove


Four suspects are under arrest in connection with a car chase, shots fired and car crash Thursday afternoon in Elk Grove. The crime spree prompted the lockdown several Elk Grove schools.

Despite the suspects’ efforts to leave the scene, police were able to locate all four nearby, including a handgun hidden underneath an infant inside an alleged getaway car.

Reports started coming into Elk Grove Police Department around 3 p.m. Thursday related to shots fired near Atkins Drive and Whitelock Parkway, police said.

During their response, officers received another report of a black Mercedes Benz crashing into a building at the same location. Following the crash, more shooting was reported near Tittle Way.

Lockdown on 5 Elk Grove schools lifted after police activity in area


Five Elk Grove schools were placed on lockdown as a precaution due to police activity in the area Thursday afternoon.

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Elk Grove minor robbed at gunpoint walking home


Elk Grove Police Department detectives are looking for three minors accused of holding a 14-year-old at gunpoint while they stole his belongings, police said.

Police report the victim was walking home from school around 3:25 p.m. Wednesday when he was confronted by three Hispanic males, who appeared to be 17 to 18 years of age.

According to police, one of the suspects pulled out a handgun, pointed it at the victim, and demanded he hand over his personal property.

The victim did as told, and while the suspects fled, a witness confronted the suspects, telling them to return the property to the victim, police said.

According to police, one of the suspects lifted his shirt to reveal the handle of a handgun. The witness backed away as the suspects ran eastbound on Mclean Drive.

American Heart Association Seeks Heart-Healthy Woman For Go Red Total Makeover

American Heart Association Seeks Heart-Healthy Woman For Go Red Total Makeover

44 million women in the U.S. are affected by heart disease and stroke and each of them have a story to tell. Join ABC10’s Dina Kupfer at The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® movement as she emcees the Go Red Total Makeover on Saturday, February 6 at Arden Fair from 10am to 2pm. The event will spotlight one local heart-healthy woman who is in the process of making herself over from the inside out.

Nominees should be a female resident within the community or surrounding area and have taken action to improve her heart health.  The heart-healthy makeover recipient will receive a $500 Macy’s gift card at the Go Red Total Makeover event, and additionally, will participate in local media and in-studio interviews.

Family seeks answers after sudden death of 12-year-old boy


Aaron Nguyen only stood 4 feet, 8 inches tall.  Despite his small stature, the 12-year-old had big aspirations.  The 7th grader wanted to be a neurosurgeon or a priest when he grew up.

Those dreams were cut short during basketball practice this past Friday night.

“It's hard to grasp because we just dropped him off, barely like 15 minutes and we got a call saying my son collapsed on the ball court,” recalled Andrew Nguyen, Aaron’s father.

Andrew was still in disbelief over his son's unexpected death. The family set up a memorial in their Elk Grove living room as they wait for an official cause of death.