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Michelle Bandur


Sacramento, CA, United States

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Past articles by Michelle:

Nevada County residents prepare for another week without power

Heavy snow snaps trees, power poles, tangles power lines → Read More

Incredible pictures of South Lake Tahoe as residents try to clear snow, roof ice dams before next storm

South Lake Tahoe digging out feet of snow on top of homes, ice dams on roofs, 'real Sierra winter,' says residents → Read More

Crash kills man who created sculpture for Sacramento State

Stone Singh was a Sacramento artist killed while walking on Roseville Road. → Read More

Monkey, kangaroo travel through snow to get to Manteca school

You don't see this every day in a California snowstorm. → Read More

Pollock Pines residents taking advantage of break in storms to clean up, stock up

Pollock Pines is digging out after getting a decent amount of snow from this week's storms. Saturday residents took advantage of a break in the storms to clean up and stock up before the next one arrives next week. → Read More

Colfax warns residents to be prepared for snowstorm, possible power outages

Colfax Mayor Trinity Burress said the city is gearing up for a decent amount of snow at its lower elevation of about 2,400 feet. The last time snow buried the town was in December 2021. → Read More

Placer County prepares for low-elevation snow

From Placer County workers to residents, people are in a holding pattern until the storm arrives in the next couple of days. → Read More

Grieving mother finds son's bucket list, promises to honor victim in Highway 160 crash

Monte Nunn's mother remembers her son as loving, funny, ambitious → Read More

'Work for California': state targeting laid-off tech workers to apply for government jobs

New state recruiting campaign targets unemployed tech workers. → Read More

Health care workers on same flight where Auburn woman collapsed

An Auburn woman suffered a heart attack on board a Hawaii-bound flight. Luckily, several health care professionals also happened to be on the same flight. → Read More

Family remembers youngest Sacramento victim of Hwy 160 crash

16-year-old Curvontay Swygert was in 11th grade at Luther Burbank High School → Read More

Witnesses describe horrific Highway 160 crash that killed 5

Family and friends of five people killed in a Thursday crash on Highway 160 near Freeport Road in Sacramento County have been visiting the scene throughout the day Friday. → Read More

Sacramento communities buy license plate readers to stop crime

Some Sacramento communities are taking crime-fighting into their own hands, and law enforcement is all about it. Natomas Park and Hamptons home owner's associations are buying and installing license plate reader cameras. → Read More

1 killed, 5 hurt in 2 DUI crashes on same Sutter County street

Sutter Sheriff Brandon Barnes said his office is trying to determine if there is some connection between the two incidents. He said the victims in both crashes are related. → Read More

'I will get justice for him': Tyre Nichols' mother speaks at son's celebration of life in Sacramento

Hundreds pack ramp skate park to celebrate the life of Tyre Nichols, killed by Memphis police officers → Read More

Dixon student in racist Instagram post says friend asked for picture

Dixon Unified School District investigating racist Instagram post made by 7th grader → Read More

Dixon students, parents react to racist Instagram post

Dixon Unified School District investigating social media racist post, 7th grader could face criminal charges → Read More

Lawsuit against Twin Rivers Unified alleges sexual assault

A "Jane Doe" has filed a lawsuit against Twin Rivers Unified School District and her former teacher, claiming the district failed to protect her when she was a student. → Read More

Kyle Smaine's wife speaks after husband's avalanche death

The South Lake Tahoe and ski communities are mourning the loss of one of their beloved professional skiers. → Read More

Movement brewing among Peet's coffee employees as Davis shop is first to unionize

Peet's Coffee workers and supporters in Davis rallied in front of the first Peet's in the country to become part of a union. → Read More