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Moderate to Heavy Snow @ Times to Continue Through the Evening

Narrow bands of moderate to heavy snow continue to evolve across the region in response to the storm developing to our south.  Expect periods of 1" to occasionally 2" per hour snowfall rates through 8-10pm with snowfall becoming lighter and more intermittent through the pre-dawn hours on Thursday. Poor to difficult travel conditions in low visibility and snow packed roads will persist well into the night.  Click Here for the CBS6 Weather Forecast Page


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Family says live-in nanny won't get out

UPLAND, Calif. (CNN Newsource) -- A California couple says their nanny is refusing to move out, weeks after being fired - and they say police told them there is nothing they can do for now.

Marcella and Ralph Bracamonte served their live-in nanny with legal papers to quit and leave their home. They say the 64-year-old is refusing to work or watch their three children. She just stays in her room and eats.

The couple hired Diane Stretton after placing an ad on Craigslist. They say she is now threatening to sue them for breach of contract, wrongful termination and false imprisonment.

The Bracamonte's say police told them they can't do anything without formal eviction papers. "When Ii called the police, they were telling me it's now a civil matter and that I have to evict her, says Marcella. So this lady is welcome inside my house anytime she wants, to eat my food anytime she wants and harass me, basically. I'm now a victim in my own home and it's completely legal."

Stretton has three days to respond to the legal notice she received Wednesday. KCALreports Stretton has been involved in several past lawsuits, including cases involving family members.
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