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Getting Answers: How Do You Talk To Kids About Tragedies Like The Texas School Shooting?The images and stories from the Texas elementary school shooting are difficult to watch and hear, especially for kids. So how can parents, or teachers, start such a difficult conversation?
Metro Fire Urges People Planning To Visit The River This Memorial Day Weekend To Be CarefulMetro Fire of Sacramento ​is urging people to be careful if they’re planning to hit the river for Memorial Day weekend.
Destructive Western Grapeleaf Skeletonizer Moth Found In Napa CountyVineyards in Napa County are on alert for a moth that can damage or destroy grapevines.
Stagg High Stabbing Suspect Anthony Gray Ordered To Undergo Mental EvaluationAnthony Gray, the suspect accused of stabbing Stagg High School student Aliycia Reynaga to death, has been ordered to undergo a mental evaluation.
Boosted Californians Getting COVID At Twice The Rate Of Those Vaccinated But Not BoostedPeople who are boosted are getting COVID at twice the rate of people who are vaccinated but not boosted. They're also being hospitalized at a higher rate. But experts say this doesn't mean you're twice as likely to get COVID after a boost.
Applications Now Open For $10K Grants For Sacramento ArtistsSacramento artists can now apply for $10,000 grants to help with creating their work.
Carrie Underwood's 'The Denim & Rhinestones Tour' To Make Stop In SacramentoCarrie Underwood's "The Denim & Rhinestones Tour" will stop in Sacramento in 2023.
Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse Just One Of Mother Nature's Wonders In The Sky Right Now
Fire Damages Mobile Home In South SacramentoA mobile home caught fire in South Sacramento on Sunday. 
Man Dies After Being Shot In Stockton; Homicide Detectives InvestigatingA man has died after being shot in Stockton Sunday evening.