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Animal Advocate's Death Leaves Dozens Of Pets Without Home

VACAVILLE (CBS13) — The sudden death of a longtime animal advocate in Vacaville has left dozens of rescue animals without a home.

Nearly 30 dogs and a few horses were displaced when Marline Mortensen passed away unexpectedly. 335 more words

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Fiesta Days Parade Chair Tradition Clashes With Federal Rules

A long-standing tradition in Vacaville that’s clashing with federal law has some parade-goers fired up.

For decades, people have lined the city sidewalks with chairs ahead of the Fiesta Days Parade, but this year changes were made to make the space wheelchair accessible. 256 more words

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Troubled bridge over waters ...

Here in S’lano County, where men are men and women can bench press Honda Civics, we tend to revere our bridges, whether it be the sparkling span that straddles the Carquinez Strait in Vallejo or the quaint, whitewashed Thurber Bridge along strategically ambiguous Pleasants Valley Road north of Vacaville.We partied on the Carquinez Bridge when the new span opened a few years ago, and last month a select group of Solanoans gleefully gathered in a pasture near the recently renamed Thurber span to celebrate the 100th birthday of that two-lane bridge. 436 more words

Autistic Girl's Family Releases Video Of School Bus Driver's Alleged Abuse

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Parents say their autistic child was attacked on a school bus by her own bus driver, and it was all caught on camera. 499 more words

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Vacaville School Honors Teacher Who Had A Profound Influence On Students

VACAVILLE (CBS13) – A moving tribute was given to a Vacaville teacher that will keep her image and spirit alive for years to come.

After losing a battle with cancer last year, a first grade teacher at Markham elementary school is being honored with a special mural on campus, students and faculty say her joy and patience – and push to help students learn a second language – is what makes her a teacher they’ll never forget. 382 more words

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Vacaville School Honors Teacher Who Had A Profound Influence On Students

VACAVILLE (CBS13) – A moving tribute was given to a Vacaville teacher that will keep her image and spirit alive for years to come.

After losing a battle with cancer last year, a first grade teacher at Markham elementary school is being honored with a special mural on campus, students and faculty say her joy and patience – and push to help students learn a second language – is what makes her a teacher they’ll never forget. 382 more words

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Video from Vacaville

https://www.yahoo.com/news/vacaville-school-bus-driver-faces-015057415.html

http://abc7news.com/vacaville-bus-driver-accused-of-abusing-8-year-old-with-autism/3457432/

A few points:

  1. Realistically, EVERY bus transporting special needs students needs to have an aide on board.
  2. We have often asked audiences who the most important person in the daily life of a special needs child is.
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