Top Sacramento news: Newsom endorses Biden; 2 fatally shot; more

Top Sacramento news: Newsom endorses Biden; 2 fatally shot; more
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By Hoodline - Published on May 11, 2020.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Sacramento.

Gov. Newsom formally endorses Biden for president

California Gov. Gavin Newsom formally endorsed Joe Biden for president on Friday, praising the former vice president for his "deep compassion and empathy" during a virtual high-dollar fundraiser in partnership with the Democratic National Committee.

Read the full story on CBS47 Fresno.

Emotional farewell for retiring Sacramento preschool teacher stopping cancer treatment

Nearly 200 cars rolled down a Sacramento street on Saturday, all for retiring preschool teacher Anita Womack, who's better known to students as "Miss Anita." Womack is not only retiring, but is also making a big life decision after a lengthy battle with cancer.

Read the full story on CBS13 CBS Sacramento.

Two men shot to death on Meadowview Road in south Sacramento, police say

Police are investigating a double homicide after two men were shot and killed in south Sacramento on Saturday night, authorities said.

Read the full story on The Sacramento Bee.

Sacramento organization donates ramen noodles to those in need

All My Friends Get Fed organization partners with Kodaiko Ramen to provide resources for people in need.

Read the full story on ABC Sacramento, KXTV.

Sac State professor apologizes for argument with racial slur caught on video

Hours after California State University, Sacramento's president condemned the behavior of a professor and his wife caught on camera in an "ugly" confrontation with neighbors, the educator apologized for his wife's use of a racial slur and said she was seeking help for alcohol and drug abuse.

Read the full story on SFGATE.


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