Sacramento Demonstrators Demand Justice For Murdered Foot Hood Soldier Vanessa GuillenA march Saturday morning in Sacramento was organized to demand justice for Vanessa Guillen, the soldier whose remains were found in June after she went missing in Fort Hood, Texas, for more than two months.
Renewed Push By Congressman For Investigation Into 2019 Death Of Travis AFB AirmanOne year after the death of a senior airman at Travis Air Force Base, a local congressman is now calling for an investigation.
Davis Paesanos Temporarily Closes After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19Paesanos in Davis has temporarily shut their doors after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus, the restaurant announced on Friday.
Placer County Businesses Prepare For Another Round Of Possible ClosuresA quick check of the state's county COVID-19 watch list shows that Placer County is listed once again. The county has been on the list since Thursday, July 9. Now on Saturday, businesses and people are prepared to see things close down once again.
Sacramento 8-Year-Old's Hopes To Walk Halted By PandemicThe pandemic has prevented eight-year-old Kenyon from getting the physical therapy he needs to walk without crutches.
Placerville Boy Roman Lopez's Disappearance And Death Still A Mystery After 6 MonthsThe mysterious disappearance and death of 11-year-old Roman Lopez still haunts Placerville.
Golden 1 Center Could Become A Voting Center For November ElectionElection day is only a few months away and the Golden 1 Center may be getting in on the action.
Preparing Your Students For Possible Return To The ClassroomIf school returns in the fall, things certainly won't look the same with masks and social distancing requirements likely at districts across the Sacramento area. Though, enforcing that isn't always easy, especially with younger kids.
Keeping Kids Busy, Sacramento YMCA Summer Camps Continue With COVID-19 PrecautionsAre you looking for activities for your kid before the new school year begins? The Sacramento region YMCA is still open for business and ready to help.
Sacramento County Looks To Expand Coronavirus Testing As Demand GrowsSacramento County is looking at new ways to expand coronavirus testing as a never-ending stream of people looks to put their minds at ease.
Once-A-Week Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Site To Open At El Dorado County FairgroundsA once-a-week drive-thru coronavirus testing site will open at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds on July 14.
Man Shot And Killed At North Highlands Convenience Store Identified As Larry Darnell LewisA man has been arrested for allegedly shooting and killing someone inside a North Highlands store over the weekend.
Buster Posey Opts Out Of Playing For SF Giants In Coronavirus-Shortened 2020 SeasonBuster Posey of the San Francisco Giants announced he plans to opt out of playing in the upcoming 2020 baseball season, which has been shortened due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Raging Waters At Sacramento's Cal Expo Cancels 2020 SeasonWith plenty of hot weather here to stay, don’t expect to cool off at Cal Expo as Raging Waters says it’s canceling its 2020 season.
Driver Dies After Crashing Under Big Rig Near Highway 65 In LincolnA driver was killed after crashing under a big rig on the Highway 65 onramp in Lincoln on Friday morning, police say.
Tormented And Dumped Marysville Duckling Finds Forever HomeA duckling found abused and alone in Marysville finally found some much-needed TLC.
Sheriff's Office Investigates Hate Crime Against North Highlands ChurchThe Sacramento County Sheriff's Office is investigating a hate crime after messages of hate were plastered on a North Highlands Church, left for church members to see.
Fall Community College Sports In California Moved To Spring Due To PandemicThe California Community College Athletic Association has moved all fall sports, including football, to the spring.
El Dorado County Leaders To Take Action Against Businesses That Defy State Health OrdersA battle to stay off the state watch list is brewing in El Dorado County. County leaders have vowed to crack down as coronavirus cases surge in South Lake Tahoe.
Coronavirus Leaves Cal Fire Shorthanded On Inmate Hand CrewsFirefighters are battling two enemies this summer season: wildfires and a global pandemic. One battle is more familiar than the other.
Man Giving New Life To Newly Discovered World War II Recordings Made By His GrandfatherJason Burt is working with the National World War II Museum in New Orleans to release an album of his grandfather's records on Veteran’s Day.
California Teachers Association: 'California Cannot Reopen Schools Unless They Are Safe'
Bay Area Teen Says Dad Was Shot And Killed Killed Asking For Directions In Sierra CountyA San Francisco Bay Area doctor who was on an off-roading trip with his 15-year-old son was shot and killed after he stopped to ask a man for directions, his son and other relatives said.
California Inmate Dies After Beating By Other PrisonersA California prisoner has died after he was beaten by other inmates, authorities said Thursday.
What Might A Second Stimulus Payment Look Like For You?A second stimulus payment grows more likely by the day, with coronavirus surging and the fate of the economy hanging in the balance.
UC Berkeley Blames Jump In Coronavirus Cases On Fraternity, Sorority PartiesThe University of California, Berkeley reported Wednesday a spike in students testing positive for the COVID-19.
Man Recovering After Being Shot 3 Times In Stockton; 2 People ArrestedOfficers have arrested two people in connection to a shooting that left a man hurt in Stockton early Thursday morning.
Teachers And Students To Wear Masks: Sac City Unified Releases Draft Plan On Return To SchoolA rough plan on how school could look like when the academic year starts up again and students return to the classroom has been released by the Sacramento City Unified School District.
Suspect Arrested In July 4th Shooting In Stockton That Left Man, 38, DeadPolice say the U.S. Marshals Task Force has arrested a suspect in the Fourth of July killing of a man in Stockton.
For American High-Speed Rail, 2020 Could Be Turning PointHigh-speed rail, long an afterthought in the United States, is making significant progress in the unlikeliest of times.