Week in Review, April 7: Missing Boy, Slocum House Returns, Baseball Brawl, More

A look back at the news for the week ending April 7.

The week in review has arrived and with it a slew of stories making headlines. Sit back, relax and catch up on all the stories you may have missed for the week ending April 7.

  1.  - Congratulations to Earl LeGette on the prestigious award.
  2.  - One would-be criminal got more than he bargained for when attempting to rob a Fair Oaks home.
  3.  - People had plenty to say following an ugly brawl Monday, April 2.
  4.  - There are 15 salons in Fair Oaks Village, with another on the way.
  5.  - Miguel Sanchez went missing Tuesday, April 3.
  6.  - What happens to those bunnies and chicks after Easter?
  7.  - The former "The View" co-host looks back on her career.
  8.  - Say hello to Kinga. She's available for adoption through the Sacramento County Animal Shelter.
  9.  - Nicole Naditz, the 2012 National Board Certified and district and Sacramento County Teacher of The Year shares her experience overseas in her own words. 
  10.  - Property owners of the venerable Fair Oaks institution set their eyes on a June reopening.
  11.  - There are some new eyes in the Sacramento sky helping out local law enforcement.
  12.  - Crooks caught making bad decisions.
  13.  - Find out how Sac Metro Fire trains for the unique rescues.
  14.  - Share your thoughts on the upcoming Major League season.
  15.  - Find out what happening in Fair Oaks this Easter weekend.

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