Today's headlines (April 7, 2014)

Union Democrat staff

Here's what you can find in today's newspaper.

LOCAL NEWS

• TUD's main canal springs leak; repairs underway; Board talks water supply •State bill designates Moke 'wild and scenic' • Sonora El arson suspect charged •Railtown rollout • Marijuana dispensary rezone eyed • Byron Williams sentenced • Cal unions backing challenger Garrahan • Pic of the feel • A warm welcome •Emergency responders, volunteers to practice drills in Calaveras County •One killed in Saturday wreck

SPORTS

• Summerville, Calaveras baseball, softball split; Redskins Walter, Hukkanen toss back-to-back no-hitters vs. Bears; Robles hurls complete game 3-hitter to lead Bears over Redskins •Woods Creek Little League: Play ball! •Swim Frogs rip Amador, Argonaut in MLL meet •Oakdale defeats Sonora, 4-2, on senior night •Cat tracksters strong at MJC Invitational •NCAA Basketball and MLB coverage

HEALTH

• Tuolumne County sees outbreak of scabies •Smart weight loss: Experts say fad diets are nonsense; healthy living key • Dentist addresses oral health • Dr. Oz: The sound of music therapy •Fuentes named VP at Sonora Regional •Addictions & Answers: Group support key to an addict's recovery

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