Sacramento City Unified School District Votes To Make COVID-19 Vaccine Mandatory For All Students, StaffThe Sacramento City Unified School District is now requiring students 12 and up to get the COVID-19 vaccine sooner than the statewide mandate would take effect.
Salvation Army Urges More Sacramento Families To Sign Up For Holiday Gift-Giving ProgramThe Salvation Army says it can accommodate around 1,500 more Sacramento area families in need in its holiday assistance program.
Mel Rapton Honda Selling Dealership To New Ownership GroupA family-run business that's been in Sacramento for nearly 60-years is coming to an end. After nearly six decades, the owner of Mel Rapton Honda says she's ready to kick the tires on retirement.
Mountain Lions Spotted Near Inderkum High In NatomasTwo mountain lions were reportedly spotted near a high school in Natomas. It's the second sighting in two weeks.
Sacramento Pays $3M To Man Shot Several Times By Police During StandoffSacramento is paying $3.25 million to an Iraq veteran who was shot and seriously wounded by police during a 2017 standoff, it was reported Tuesday.
Multiple Arrests Made Following Weekend Sideshows In SacramentoThree people are under arrest following a series of illegal sideshows that moved through Sacramento city and county Saturday night.
WATCH: Video Shows Massive Sideshow That Invaded Quiet Natomas Neighborhood Home surveillance video shows crowds of people watching cars take over the streets of Manera Rica and Natomas Central in Natomas over the weekend.      
Dog Paralyzed In Back Legs After Being Shot By BB Gun In SacramentoThe dog, Zelda, has a long road to recovery as she’s now paralyzed in her back legs.
Community Comes Together For 2-Day Cleanup Effort In South Oak ParkIt’s a two-day beautification project with the goal to revitalize the south Oak Park neighborhood by planting trees, adding a new shade structure, filling bark and picking up trash.
Barber's Shop Automotive Is Back, Rising From The Ashes At New Sacramento LocationA Sacramento auto shop is back in business after rising from the ashes of an arson fire that sparked last year.
Staffing Shortages Affect Sacramento Businesses, Particularly In Service ProfessionsThe service and hospitality industries in Sacramento are faced with an employee shortage and compete for new hires in the pool of talent available. It’s not enough and teams have learned to be flexible and take on new roles.