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Denver-bound flight returns to Sacramento after bird strike

A Denver-bound United Airlines flight was forced to return to Sacramento after it hit a bird, causing an engine to fail.

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Think tank leader at time of Pentagon Papers dies at 90
Henry S. Rowen, an American policymaker and Stanford University economist who was president of the RAND think tank when it produced the Pentagon Papers, has died.
Nevada high-speed rail panel moving forward with XPressWest
Nevada officials have selected XPressWest as the franchisee to build and operate a high-speed rail system connecting Las Vegas and Southern California.
(MGN Online)
Billionaire loses appeal to reverse $2B sale of LA Clippers
A California appeals court has rejected former Clippers owner Donald Sterling's attempt to reverse the $2 billion sale of the team.
Governor Jerry Brown
Brown says Syrian refugees to California will be vetted
California Gov. Jerry Brown says he'll work closely with President Barack Obama to ensure any Syrian refugees coming to California are "fully vetted in a sophisticated and utterly reliable way."
Sacramento police detain suspect in homeless stabbings
Sacramento police say they have detained a man they believe stabbed a homeless man and woman near a grocery store.
(Nohemi Gonzalez Cal State / Facebook / MGN )
Hundreds gather at vigil for California student killed in Paris attacks
Hundreds of people packed a ballroom Sunday to remember a 23-year-old California college student who was among the 129 people killed in the Paris terrorist attacks.
'Mockingjay Part 2' premiere scaled back after Paris attacks
The Los Angeles premiere of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2" has been scaled back after the deadly attacks in Paris.
Northern California steps up patrol after Paris attack
Authorities in the San Francisco Bay Area are on heightened alert this weekend after a terrorist attack in Paris left hundreds of people dead and injured.
Old San Francisco Bay Bridge piling set for implosion
A piece of San Francisco Bay history is being blown to bits.
An apparent gas line explosion is seen Friday, Nov. 13, 2015, in the area of Wible and Houghton Roads south of Bakersfield, Calif. (Photo courtesy: Jeri Bridgen, KBAK / Sinclair Broadcast Group)
1 dead, 2 injured after gas line explodes in Bakersfield
The towering flames are out from a natural gas line explosion south of Bakersfield that killed one person and left two others injured.

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