Assemblyman Calling For Fixes In California Capitol AnnexMany people don’t realize the Capitol building is split into two. On one side is the historic west wing built in the 1800s. And on the other, the annex, the building in question. It’s 65 years old, and not built to today’s standards.
How A Plot To Kill Kim Il Sung Ended In Mutiny And MurderThey were supposed to be a top-secret assassination squad tasked with attacking the residence of North Korea's then-leader Kim Il Sung.
Few States Let Courts Take Guns From People Deemed A ThreatThe warnings around Nikolas Cruz seemed to flash like neon signs, but that wasn't enough for relatives, authorities or his schools to request a judicial order barring him from possessing guns in the state of Florida.
Lack Of Snow Leads To Snowmobiling Ban In SierraThe sorry state of the snowpack in the Sierra has forced a ban on snowmobiling at a popular recreation area near the California-Nevada line until further notice.
Couple And Dog Found Dead In Their HomePolice discovered the bodies of a woman and a dog. After a search they found a man's body.
Switzerland Bans Boiling Lobsters AliveLobsters are a delicious delicacy loved by coastal dwellers across the world -- but is boiling them alive inhumane?
911 Outage Affecting Some Landlines in Sierra, Placer, And Nevada CountiesSeveral Public Safety Agencies say that calls to 911 from some AT&T landlines in Placer, Nevada, and Sierra counties may not go through.
Grass Valley Man Arrested After Illegally Selling AR-15s To Undercover AgentCourt documents say the arrest Thursday stems from a five-month Homeland Security investigation that used the dark web, Bitcoin payments, secret meetings, and discussions of buying grenades, anti-personnel mines and explosives. Home-built AR-15 weapons are legal for an individual to make for themselves, but cannot be sold.
School Walkouts, Sit-Ins Planned After Florida ShootingThe mass shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 people dead has sparked calls for walkouts, sit-ins and other actions on school campuses across the United States aimed at pushing lawmakers to pass tougher gun laws.
A Rowdy Boy Almost Made Her Quit Teaching; Then He Became Her SonBy 2015, teacher Chelsea Haley was finishing her two-year Teach For America obligation, but she felt something pulling her back as though her work wasn’t quite done.
Vigil Held For Murdered Teen From TracyMore than 100 people gathered at the war memorial in Tracy on Saturday night to remember 19-year-old Lizette Cuesta.
SpaceX Satellite Launch From Southern California Is DelayedA SpaceX satellite launch from California that could create a spectacular aerial display has been delayed.
Legendary Climber Dies At 73 Of Hepatitis C Possibly From HeadhuntersJim Bridwell, a hard-partying hippie and legendary climber who lived his life vertically on some of the toughest peaks in Yosemite National Park, has died. He was 73.
Lebron 'Will Definitely Not Shut Up And Dribble', He Says LeBron James says he will not stick to sports.
Sacramento Kings Players Shine In NBA Rising Stars GameBuddy Hield scored 29 points with five 3-pointers, and his Sacramento Kings teammate won the MVP award with 26 points and seven 3-pointers.
Gary Parrish: Xavier And Cincinnati Both Have Final Four PotentialCBS Sports Network college basketball analyst breaks down two of the nation's top teams and the weekend slate of CBS games.
Keidel: Great Athletes Don't Always Make Great ChampionsNBA All-Star Weekend is stacked with great players, but relatively few will ever win the NBA Finals.
A's Hope Patience Pays Off With Arrival Of Young Core TalentThe often-rebuilding Oakland Athletics are leaning on young talent again in 2018, maintaining a philosophy of developing prospects from within their organization and acquiring them from other teams for more expensive veterans.
Crocker Art Museum Hosts Back History Month FestivalCrocker Art Museum threw a Black History Month Festival. There were 20 new pieces on display that will stay in the museum permanently.
Trump: Obama Administration To Blame For Russian MeddlingPresident Donald Trump fired off several tweets Sunday about the Russian meddling allegations in the 2016 election. Laura Podesta reports.
2 People Suspected In Connection With Shooting Along Roadway In FairfieldMonique Chapman and Lamont James are accused of a shooting a man along Airbase Parkway near I-80 on January 6. They were booked into the Solano County Jail on charges including possession of a firearm and possession of marijuana for sale.
Vandals Torch Play Structure At Park In RocklinThe fire was set Saturday night at Margaret Azavedo Park. One slide and a set of stairs were melted.
911 Down for Some Landlines In Placer, Sierra and Nevada CountiesCell phones should still be able to call 911. If you still need help and can't reach 911 from your landline, call 530-265-7880.
Several People Speak Out After AR-15 Offered At Firefighter FundraiserA group of ladies was shocked to see what was raffled off inside for the annual fundraiser for the fire department: an ar-15 single-shot rifle.
Students Rally For Action On Guns After Florida ShootingStudents in Parkland, Florida say they won't let their classmates die in vain.
Best Ways To Celebrate Black History Month In SacramentoWhether it's catching a live musical production, supporting a local business, or getting creative with arts and crafts centered on African culture, this list of educational activities will guide you and your family through some of the best ways to pay respect to a culture that's proven to be a powerful force in all areas of the world just in time for Black History Month.
Best 2018 Singles CruisesCruise companies have stepped up their offerings to widen appeal to a younger demographic. There are singles cruises, adults-only cruises, interactive themed cruises, culinary bootcamps and signature event cruises, some with solo cabins, too.
31 Kitchen Items Under $50 That Any Cook Could UseDon't think you have to be a professional chef to cook. These must-haves help anyone become a success in the kitchen.
Joe Biden, In Public And Private, Tiptoes Toward A 2020 RunFormer Vice President Joe Biden is tiptoeing toward a potential presidential run in 2020, even broaching the possibility during a recent gathering of longtime foreign policy aides.
Assemblyman Calling For Fixes In California Capitol AnnexA piece of cardboard covering a hole in the wall, and paper exit signs, may be the most visible, but perhaps, the least concerning flaws.
Man Didn't Know He Sold Bank Accounts To Russians Meddling With ElectionsRichard "Ricky" Pinedo pleaded guilty to using stolen identities to set up bank accounts that were then used by the Russians.