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News10 My Neighborhood hosts social media event

News10 My Neighborhood is News10's hyper local community social media website venture.

One of its main goals is to connect with people and organizations in the 33 communities that it covers, and develop a team of contributors who submit content that benefits those communities.

As part of our outreach we host events that we believe are of interest to our viewers.

This past week we hosted an event called 'Social Media Extravaganza' at the News10 station. Approximately 70 people in attendence helped us examine this question - Is Social Media a buzz word that's a lot of hype or an effective tool that will help your brand and business?

Covering Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare, Pinterest, YouTube and Instagram, our panel of experts showed our attendees how to manage their social media campaigns in a realistic manner.

Join News10's Coats for Kids

Join News10's Coats for Kids

Please join News10, Swansons Cleaners , the Salvation Army and Tri Counties Bank for our 22nd annual winter coat drive from November 1 through December 14.

Coats are distributed on Friday, December 28.  

It's so easy to help: Sign up, download your poster and begin donating new or gently used coats. Ask for donations from friends, family and neighbors. All sizes are welcome, coats for infants and XXL sizes are greatly needed.

Schools click HERE to sign up.

Raley's, employees to meet with mediator, hold off final offer

WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A major Northern California grocery chain facing a possible strike says it is losing millions of dollars a year and needs wage concessions from workers.

Raleys and United Food and Commerical Workers agreed to meet with a mediator Thursday to try to reach a contract agreement, Raley's spokesperson John Segale said.

Raley's is trying to head off the first strike in its 77-year history. Raley's has delayed implementing its last and final offer until Saturday, when the extension will end at midnight.

"If no agreement is reached, our last and final contract will be implemented at that time," Segale said.

That offer includes a two-year wage freeze and the elimination of premium pay for Sunday shifts.

Union officials said Raley's has not agreed to a full audit of its finances failing to make the case for the concessions.

Raley's operates 128 stores in California and Northern Nevada.

News10 Good Morning Weekend "Shout Out"

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Raley's/Bel Air grocery chain vows to impose wage cuts

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - As employees at one of Northern California's largest supermarket chains prepare to strike, the company says it will unilaterally impose a proposed labor contract that would reduce its workers' wages. 

The Sacramento Bee reports that Raley's supermarkets said it would implement its final contract offer on Thursday to the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union.  

Raley's said the union failed to offer an up-and-down vote to its members on the contract offer, which included a two-year wage freeze. 

Raley's worker Ronda Zanelli, a 32-year veteran, told the paper that no one wants to strike but that they are prepared to do so. 

It would be the first labor strike in the West Sacramento-based company's 77-year history.

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SACRAMENTO- John Lerseth, owner of Eggie's Restaurant in Sacramento, talks to us about his wonderful experience working with DealChicken.com.

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UFL postpones 2012 season

SACRAMENTO, CA -The United Football League announced Saturday it is postponing the second half of the 2012 football season, the league includes the Sacramento Mountain Lions.

The UFL plans to complete the remaining four games and stage its championship game in the spring of 2013 and return to a fall schedule later in 2013, according to a press release.

The UFL includes franchises in Sacramento, Las Vegas, Omaha and Virginia Beach and is in its fourth season. Teams played four of its eight scheduled games this season.

The owner of the Sacramento Mountain Lions and spokesperson for the UFL ownership group Paul Pelosi said,   " The players and coaches have established a terrific product on the field. Because of a lack of sufficient funds due to high cost of worker's compensation insurance and other elements, we are postponing the second half of the season."

The spring dates will be determined in the near future.