Tragic Shooting At Arden Church Highlights Troubling Domestic Violence TrendMonday's tragic shooting that saw a father kill his three daughters and their chaperone before turning the gun on himself during a supervised visit is just the latest example of the growing number of domestic violence tragedies in Sacramento.
'Killing A Child Is Unfathomable': More Details Released In Arden Church Shooting That Left 5 Dead"Somebody asked me yesterday, 'How does one do that?' I don't know other than to say, 'You hate your ex more than you love your children,' " Sgt. Rod Grassmann said.
In Wake Of Father's Fatal Shooting Of Kids, Criminal Defense Attorney Says Domestic Violence Conflict Is CommonYou would think a court-ordered supervised visit inside a church would be safe. So what went wrong and who's responsible for keeping families safe during supervised visits?
Parents Call For Change To Improve Traffic Safety Around Sacramento Elementary SchoolParents at Phoebe Hearst Elementary School are calling for change and trying to make streets safer around the campus.
Grocery Store Returns To Oak Park NeighborhoodA neighborhood is finding some relief in an area considered to be a food desert in the city. It’s been almost two years since the Oak Park area had a supermarket, but Rancho San Miguel Market is moving into the neighborhood.
'Fighting For Our Freedom': Locals Fear For Loved Ones As War In Ukraine EscalatesAn escalating war in Eastern Europe has affected the lives of hundreds here in Sacramento. The local Ukrainian community gathered on the steps of the capitol, Thursday, to pray for peace as violence continues in Ukraine.
Community Meeting Held In Rancho Cordova Over Safety Concerns After Emma Roark KillingLaw enforcement and city leaders in Rancho Cordova were fielding questions and calming fears Thursday night after the murder of a young woman with autism.
'It Only Takes One Mistake': HIV, STD Rates Rose During Pandemic In Sacramento CountyAs COVID-19 cases decline, healthcare professionals are worried about a different surge. National data shows HIV and STD cases rose during the pandemic, including in Sacramento County.
'Will They Survive, Will They Not': Sacramento Ukrainians Worry About Family Amid Russian AirstrikesThe Slavic community gathered outside the Capitol to rally for Ukraine in prayer and protest for more sanctions against Russia. In the crowd, dozens of people waited for texts, calls, and updates from their loved ones in Ukraine. 
Sacramento Woman From Ukraine Watches And Waits As Russia's Invasion BeginsUkrainian and Russian families are watching war unfold via social media and news feeds — their only means of communication. One Sacramento woman has been working around the clock to try to check in on her relatives.
Safety First: Rattlesnake Class Protects Snakes And Educates PeopleMarch 1 is the beginning of snake season, but warmer weather is confusing wildlife and bringing them out sooner - including rattlesnakes.
Hundreds Of Volunteers Cover Sacramento County To Identify Homeless CountHundreds of people are canvassing Sacramento County by foot in a two-day event to try to get an accurate count on just how bad the area's homeless crisis is.
Sacramento Police Officer Accused Of Secretly Recording WomenA Sacramento police officer is under investigation accused of secretly filming women during intimate encounters, authorities said Wednesday.
Money For Portable Toilets In Sacramento County Is Running Out — So Where Will The Homeless Go?On the first night of when a census will examine how many unhoused people are in Sacramento County, there are talks of possibly scaling back on a necessity.
Palindrome Weddings: Local Couples Wed On 2-22-22 In SacramentoOn this "twosday," local couples are getting hitched and celebrating a palindrome wedding date.