Sacramento County Votes To Adopt Illegal-Fireworks OrdinanceSacramento County property owners will be held liable for allowing illegal fireworks to be used on their properties.
New Mesa Verde Sports Complex In Citrus Heights Raises Concerns Over Light, Sound For Nearby ResidentsHomeowners in Citrus Heights are sounding the alarm over a new Mesa Verde High School sports complex that is slated to border their properties.
Rancho Cordova Company ThermoGenesis Aims To Make Life-Saving Cancer Treatment More AffordableA Rancho Cordova company that is on the cutting edge of cell and gene therapy is expanding while aiming to make a life-saving cancer treatment more affordable and bring in more jobs.
Citrus Heights City Leaders Consider Solutions To Drive-Through DilemmaCitrus Heights currently has 69 drive-through businesses, but community concerns surfaced earlier this year when a new Raising Cane's restaurant opened on Greenback Lane.
Registered Sex Offender Convicted Of Dozens More Child Sex Abuse Charges Sentenced To 775 Years To Life In Prison In SacramentoA man convicted of dozens of child sex abuse charges involving several victims was sentenced by a Sacramento County judge to 775 years to life in prison, prosecutors announced Friday.
Local Churches Help Resettle Ukrainians At U.S.-Mexico BorderWhile many flee to other European nations, a small portion is near the U.S.-Mexico border. The federal government reports 272 Ukrainians entered U.S. custody in February.
Elk Grove Votes To Move Forward With Building New ZooElk Grove city leaders Wednesday night have voted to move forward with plans to build a new zoo.
Shaping Sacramento: Local Firm Behind Historic Structures Celebrates 100 YearsOne local architectural firm has helped shape Sacramento's skyline one iconic building at a time. The firm is now celebrating a century of success.
Sacramento City Schools Strike Day 1: What's On The Table And What Happens Next?Hundreds of teachers and staff were joined by community supporters and Sacramento City Unified School District families on the picket lines Wednesday morning for the first official day of a strike.
'Progress Is Slow, But It Happens': Homeless Program In Sacramento Provides Jobs, New HopeA pilot program in Sacramento is cleaning the streets and giving the homeless work – and a second chance.
Parents Deal With Disruption From Sacramento Teacher StrikeA walkout for Sacramento teachers and staff has led some parents to deal with the classroom disruption.
Former Folsom Caregiver Sentenced For Elder Abuse Involving Patient With DementiaA Folsom caregiver who was caught on camera appearing to abuse an 89-year old dementia patient has pleaded no contest in court.
'Tears Me Into Pieces': Ukraine Crisis Prompts Local Women’s Ministry To Help Refugees In PolandThe women's ministry leaves next week. They’re holding a fundraiser at their church Sunday to help raise money for the trip.
Getting Answers: Is America Doing Enough To Support Ukraine?Miles away from the frontlines, his group — the Ukrainian American House — is sending humanitarian aid. But he, like so many, believes more can be done.
16-Year-Old On Life Support After Hit-And-Run In Galt, Neighbors Concerned About SafetyA family spokesperson confirmed the teen is Angel Renteria, a sophomore at Estrellita High School. She is currently on life support and has multiple broken bones, head trauma, brain bleeding, among other injuries from being hit.