Wet December Storms Will Allow California Water Districts To Get More Supply Than PlannedA wet and snowy December in California led state officials on Thursday to announce they'll release more water than initially planned from state storage to local agencies that provide water for 27 million people and vast swaths of farmland.
Teen, 16, Arrested After Several Gunshots Detected In South SacramentoA 16-year-old boy was booked into juvenile hall after several shots were fired in a South Sacramento neighborhood, authorities said Thursday.
Arrest Made In Killing Of Woman Near Florin Light Rail StationPolice have named a suspect in death of a woman who was found killed near a Sacramento Light Rail station in 2021.
Pedestrian Dies After Being Hit By Vehicle Near ElvertaA deadly crash involving a pedestrian and a vehicle is under investigation in Sacramento County. 
Off-Duty Oakdale Police Officer Accidentally Shoots Self With Own GunAn off-duty Oakdale police officer is expected to make a full recovery after accidentally shooting himself with his firearm, authorities said.
Arden-Area Truck Crash Knocked Out Power To 1,400 CustomersAbout 1,400 SMUD customers were in the dark Thursday morning after a truck knocked out power to the area.
'Hate Seeing Animals Go Through That': Panicked Pup Finally Rescued After Months RunningIt looked like a daunting, never-ending task as a frightened puppy lost in the wilderness refused to come to rescuers.
Unmasked Crowd At Yuba City High School Basketball Game Leads to School District InvestigationIt’s a game-time decision for the Yuba City Unified School District: whether to change the rules on who can attend indoor sporting events.
'One Chip Challenge': Social Media Trend Involving Spicy Chips Lands Lodi Students In Emergency RoomMultiple Lodi High School students were sent to the hospital after participating in a social media trend called the "One Chip Challenge," the school's principal confirmed Wednesday.
Getting Answers: Will Postal Service Be Able To Keep Up With Demand Of COVID-19 TestsCalifornians are rushing to get their at-home Covid-19 tests but can the US Postal Service keep up with demand?
Motorcyclist Killed In South Sacramento CollisionAuthorities are investigating a fatal crash involving a motorcycle in South Sacramento, police said Wednesday evening.
Getting Answers: How Often Can Your N95 Or KN95 Mask Be Safely Reused?Wear and tear on N95 and KN95 masks may vary and impact the number of times they can be reused.
Sacramento Family Calls For Redesigned Product After Kitten Suffocates In Flip-Top Kitty Litter BucketA Sacramento family blames the death of their kitten on a bucket of kitty litter. They want to warn others about the dangers of the bucket’s flip-top lid.
Sacramento First Responders Blast Long Emergency Room Wait Times At Capitol HearingEmergency health workers voiced their growing frustration during a hearing Wednesday, saying the wait times are bad for patients and keep them from other calls.
2 Injured, 2 Arrested In South Sacramento ShootingTwo minors were arrested after a shooting in South Sacramento this week, police said Wednesday.
Betty White Challenge Helps Sacramento SPCA Reach Fundraising GoalThe Sacramento SPCA is thanking the late, great Betty White for tens of thousands of dollars in donations.
Downtown Sacramento Hotel To Be Converted Into Homeless ShelterSacramento has been awarded millions in state funding to convert a downtown hotel into a permanent homeless shelter.
Man Arrested On DUI Charge After Allegedly Driving Wrong Way On I-5A man was arrested on DUI charges after he was allegedly found passed out along I-5. 
Placer County Sheriff's Deputy Finds Heroin During Traffic Stop In PenrynA traffic stop in Penryn led deputies to a stash of heroin.  
Orangevale Music Venue The Boardwalk Shutting DownThe Boardwalk, a well-known local live-music venue, is closing its doors after 35 years. 
Record Number Of Loaded Guns Found At US Airport Security CheckpointsThe Transportation Security Administration (TSA) says a record number of people tried to bring guns through airport security checkpoints last year, even as travel was below pre-pandemic levels.
Fire Burns Self-Storage Units In North HighlandsFirefighters are investigating after a fire broke out at a storage facility in Sacramento County overnight. 
US Plans $50B Wildfire Fight Where Forests Meet NeighborhoodsThe Biden administration said Tuesday it will significantly expand efforts to stave off catastrophic wildfires that have torched areas of the U.S. West by more aggressively thinning forests around “hot spots” where nature and neighborhoods collide.
Fire Destroys Trailer Parked In Downtown SacramentoA trailer parked along 16th Street in Sacramento was destroyed by fire Wednesday morning. 
California College Students Will Be Offered $10K For Public ServiceIn exchange for 450 hours of service, each student will receive $10,000 toward their education and can get academic credit for their work.
Woman Charged In 'Largest EDD Fraud Scheme' Discovered In Sacramento CountyA woman was arrested in Las Vegas in connection to what authorities call the largest unemployment fraud scheme discovered within Sacramento County, prosecutors announced Tuesday.
Entire Staff Quits Noah's Bagels In Vacaville In Protest — And Video Goes ViralAn entire staff at a Vacaville bagel shop quit their jobs in protest, and now the video they posted to TikTok showing their final day is going viral with six million views.
5G Rollout Concerns: How Could Technology, Delay Impact Sacramento?So how could this impact Sacramento International Airport, and why isn't this technology a problem elsewhere?
Community Suggests 'Super Happy Fun Time' Name For New Roseville ParkThe city of Roseville is growing rapidly, and along with all those new homes comes new places to play. But the process of choosing names for new parks, well, let's just say it's taken on a super fun spin.