Roseville Galleria Says It Will Close Some Entrance If It Reaches CapacityWith shoppers flocking to malls and shopping centers on this Black Friday, police are warning that, due to social distancing rules, shoppers might have to wait their turn.
Nevada City Man Arrested For Allegedly Stealing Over $3,400 In Merchandise From Home DepotA Nevada City man was arrested for allegedly stealing items from a Home Depot right after he reportedly got into a stolen truck.
Black Friday Now Bleak Friday? 'Shopping Is Not Going To Be The Same Again'Abandoned parking lots, stacked shopping carts, and closed stores are making a new trend in the Sacramento region on the eve of what is typically the biggest shopping day of the year.
Old Sacramento Hit-And-Run Crash Leaves Pedestrian InjuredPolice are looking for a hit-and-run driver after a crash in Sacramento early Friday morning left one person injured.
Dozens Spend Thanksgiving On The Slopes, Masked Up And Socially DistancingSome people spent the Thanksgiving holiday up high in the Sierra, giving thanks and hitting the slopes.
Fire Breaks Out In Attic Of 2-Story Folsom HomeFirefighters responded to an attic fire in Folsom on Thursday. 
Thanksgiving Deliveries: Bonney Employees Give Back With Care Packages For HomelessDozens of Bonney Plumbing, Heating and Air employees were up early Thanksgiving morning giving back to those less fortunate outside Loaves and Fishes in Sacramento, which was closed for the day. 
Thanksgiving To-Go Meals On The Rise This HolidayWhether they're downsizing their Thanksgiving meals or just don't want to cook, many people are looking to have someone else handle the thanksgiving cooking stress this year. 
California State Prison-Sacramento Inmate Shot And Killed While Allegedly Attacking Another InmateAn inmate at California State Prison - Sacramento was shot and killed by corrections officers on Wednesday when he and three others were allegedly trying to kill another inmate.
Overweight, Abandoned Turkey Bred For The Dinner Table Rescued In Placer CountyA turkey’s triumph came just days before Thanksgiving. Rescuers found a turkey dumped and limping along a rural Placer County road, called PFE road. He was clearly bred for the dinner table, but life took a lucky turn.
CHP Investigating Another Freeway Shooting, After Vehicle Hit On I-5 in NatomasWednesday's shooting comes after a series of local freeway shootings that left one man dead on I-5 just last week.
Dog Separated From Owner For 6 Years Finally Headed HomeSix years and more than 1,000 miles in the making to find a lost dog. It was all thanks to a woman's persistent hope in finding her dog and never changing her phone number. 
‘There Is A Competition This Year For A Turkey’: Local Food Banks Strained By COVID-19People are stocking up for Thanksgiving and the need is greater than ever this year. Food banks across the Sacramento region say there are thousands of more people in need because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Sacramentans Weigh Travel DecisionsThe Wednesday before Thanksgiving tends to be one of the busiest travel days of the year, but in 2020 health officials have urged people to stay home. Though for many people, the decision of whether or not to put their travel on pause hasn't come easily.
Roseville DUI Suspect Accused Of Driving At Deputies, Ramming Patrol VehiclesA Roseville man is under arrest after deputies say he drove right at them during a chase that ended at the Placer County Fairgrounds.
First Significant Round Of Rain Heads Into Northern California On TuesdayA new storm that’s expected to bring rain and snow is headed into Northern California on Tuesday.
Suspect Wanted By FBI Attempts Underwater Escape On Sea ScooterA suspect in a $35 million Ponzi scheme is in custody after trying to escape arrest by using sea scooter to hide from FBI agents in Shasta Lake.
California, Oregon, Washington Issue Joint COVID Travel Advisory Ahead Of HolidaysWith COVID-19 continuing to resurge, California is joining several other West Coast states in issuing a travel advisory ahead of the holiday season.
Placer Union High School District Retreats To Distance Learning For 2 WeeksIt was one of the first school districts to return to in-person learning, but now Placer Union is retreating back to distance learning for at least two weeks as coronavirus cases surge in California.
Sacramento YMCA Becomes Latest Coronavirus CasualtyThe "Y" announced to members and staff it will be closing through at least the end of the year because of money trouble and state COVID restrictions.
Sacramento State Student Run Over During Natomas Sideshow 2 Months Ago Released From HospitalIt's been two months since a sideshow crash seriously injured Sacramento State student Austin Dubinetskiy, and now he is finally home from the hospital.
Sacramento Passes Ordinance Banning Leaf Blowers On Bad Air DaysSacramento leaders have passed a ban on leaf blowers, but only on bad air days. 
Cow Gets Free On I-80 Near Rocklin After Tractor-Trailer Involved In CrashOfficers had to corral a cow that got loose on Interstate 80 near Rocklin after a crash early Wednesday afternoon. 
UC Davis Reports Series Of On-Campus BurglariesThere have been a series of burglaries at UC Davis, and criminals are reportedly taking advantage of the fact that there are fewer people on campus.
Rocklin Trump Supporter Files Restraining Order Against Biden-Supporting Neighbor"I didn’t want to do this," Michael Mason said. "They're making me have to do this."
Scott Peterson Appears In Court For Status Conference MondayConvicted killer Scott Peterson made another court appearance Monday, his second in four days. 
Police Searching For SUV In Connection With Dixon Fatal Hit And RunPolice in Dixon are asking for the public's help to find the driver of an SUV identified as a "vehicle of interest" in the hit-and-run death of a pedestrian Sunday.
Loomis Man Facing Multiple Charges After Allegedly Leading Roseville Police On Car ChaseA Loomis man was arrested on multiple charges over the weekend after he allegedly led Roseville police on a chase. 
California Wine Country Growing Accustomed To Wildfire ThreatHarvest season in Northern California's wine country is what dream weddings are made of: ripe grapevines and golden sunsets provide ceremonies an alluring backdrop that every year draws millions of visitors.