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Weekly Challenge: Drink Your Water! (and the "WHY?)

Weekly Challenge: Drink Your Water! (and the "WHY?)

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 2013 2013 Weekly Challenge #2: Drink your Water!

Raley's Food for Families

Raley's Food for Families Exceeds Goal of 2 Million Pounds!

Congratulations for helping to keep local families from going hungry this holiday season! Raley's Food for Families exceed its goal of 2 million pounds for 2012!

Just one Food for Families bag can provide 18 meals to a hungry family. You helped provide over 5,000 meals to our viewers!

Thank you for your support of the campaign. You helped make it a success.

News10 Coat Distribution Day today

If you or someone you know needs a coat, come to one of the following locations on Friday, Dec. 28, 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.:

Sacramento: Cal Expo - 1600 Exposition Boulevard

Stockton: Salvation Army, 1305 E. Weber Street (209-948-8955)

Modesto: Salvation Army, 625 I Street (209-522-3209)

Lodi: Salvation Army, 525 Lockeford Street (209-369-5896)

Yuba City/Marysville: Old Mervyn's building, 202 D Street, Marysville (530-216-4534)  

Raley's Food for Families

Raley's Food for Families

Raley's Food for Families
Now through December 31st
at all Raley's, Bel Air and Food Source locations

Goal: 2 Million Pounds of Food

Food For Families is SO close to hitting this goal.  It would be great if we could help them reach it.

Donate at any Raley's, Bel Air, Food Source stores, on-line at Raleys.com or on Facebook, now through December 31st and help in our fight to feed the hungry.  Raley's Food For Families holiday bag program doubles customers' charitable giving by offering a $10 bag of wholesome, nonperishable and fresh food valued at more than $20 to benefit local food banks.

Postal workers, citizens answer 'Letters to Santa'

SACRAMENTO - Not far from 5th and L streets in Sacramento is the official "Dear Santa" post office. It's the place where three postal employees are tasked with reading, processing, and responding to thousands of "Dear Santa" letters. In most of the letters, kids ask for toys, but others are different - like this letter from a 12 year old:

"My letter is because I wish you (could) come to my house to visit my brothers please and if they can have a good dinner with delicious ham, salad, cookies, and a lot of milk. Please, I'm tired of eating rice and beans and drinking water -- we almost eat (like this) everyday - my parents don't have money."

That is just one of 400 "Dear Santa" letters piled up at the post office. Fortunately for that 12 year old, a postal employee has decided to deliver that Christmas feast himself this weekend.

Santa, Please Bring Mommy an Assault Rifle

Santa, Please Bring Mommy an Assault Rifle

Momservation: Setting a good example for your kids doesn’t mean target shooting with an assault weapon.

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Someone please tell me why a suburban mother needs an assault rifle.

And being a “gun enthusiast” is a hollow explanation reverberating against the sobs of parents.

Find the Drive-Thru Blitz Nearest You!

NOTE: There will be NOT be a Blitz at News10 Studios this year.

THESE BLITZES ARE SCHEDULED:

 ROSEVILLE: Friday, Dec. 14, 3-7pm Meet Cristina Mendonsa!