Lawsuit Filed Against 1928 Sacramento Ordinance That Requires People To Stand For National AnthemA decades-old Sacramento ordinance is in question after a lawsuit was filed against the city.
What's Behind The Coronavirus Testing Shortage?A nationwide coronavirus testing shortage has forced several Sacramento testing sites to temporarily shut down. So what's behind this shortage, and why are we just hearing about it?
Blackout Day 2020: The Power Of The Black Community's DollarMembers of the Black community actively made an effort on Tuesday not to spend money in the economy nationwide, unless it was a Black-owned business.
Crews Remove California State Capitol Christopher Columbus StatueCrews were out early Tuesday morning to remove the Christopher Columbus statue inside the California State Capitol building.
Wake Up Before Dawn To Get A View Of Comet Neowise, No Telescope Or Binoculars NeededSky watchers, you're in for a treat if you wake up early enough.
Wake Up Before Dawn To Get A View Of Comet Neowise, No Telescope Or Binoculars NeededSky watchers, you're in for a treat if you wake up early enough.
California Coronavirus 'Strike Teams' Issue Few Citations, Gov. Newsom SaysNewly formed "strike teams" of state inspectors contacted thousands of California businesses over the long Independence Day weekend but issued citations to a relative few as they enforced coronavirus restrictions amid a resurging pandemic.
Holiday Weekend Fireworks Blazes Stretch Crews ThinA night of celebration went up in flames all across the Greater Sacramento area.
Long-Awaited Homecoming After Pandemic Travel Restrictions Keep Airmen DeployedThe Fourth of July couldn't come soon enough for Maritza Phillips.
'It Gives Me Hope': Youth Activists Hold Rally For Racial Justice At CapitalA group of youth activists held a rally at the Capitol on Saturday for racial justice.
Trump Supporters Hold July 4th Boat Parade On Sacramento RiverSupporters of President Donald Trump held a boat parade on the Sacramento River on Saturday.