Girl, 12, From Citrus Heights Reported MissingPolice are asking for the public’s help to find 12-year-old girl who was reported missing.
Long-Delayed Sacramento Powerhouse Science Center Showing Signs Of LifeThe final piece of the puzzle is securing financing. A bond sale would jump-start a project that for now is still no sure thing.
Calaveras High Senior With Cerebral Palsy Gets Big Moment In Football Rivalry GameKyle Chaboya is a captain for the varsity football team, even though he has spent most of his four years on the sidelines. The senior has cerebral palsy.
Stiff Requirements Come Before Californians Can End Lives Under New Law Two doctors must determine that a patient has six months or less to live, two witnesses—including someone who isn’t a family member—have to be present, and patients must have the mental capacity to make medical decision.
Nearly 90 Years Later, Hotel Marysville May Be Jewel Too Tarnished To SaveThe memories may linger nearly 90 years later, but dirt, grime and a faded sign are what's left of the once-bustling building.
Downtown Railyards Offers Sacramento Its Best Shot At Major League Soccer Team The city was considered a contender in the last round, but the most recent team was granted to Minneapolis as the league has focused on Midwestern expansion.
Body Found In McKinley Park Pond; Death Doesn't Appear SuspiciousPolice and firefighters arrived and removed the body. Police estimate the victim is a man in his 40s and they don't believe the death is suspicious.
Parents, Students Still Wary Days After Tuolumne County School Shooting Plot ThwartedSuperintendent Robert Griffith says despite the four students arrests, upwards of 20 percent of the student body were absent on Monday.
Lodi Plant At Center Of Cheerios Recall; 1.8 Million Boxes Carry Allergy RiskThe cereal boxes have the plant code "LD." The Cheerios have "better if used by" dates from July 14 to July 17, 2016 and the Honey Nut Cheerios have "better if used by" dates of July 12 to 25, 2016.
Latest Step For Fair Oaks Native Akiem Hicks Is New England PatriotsThe Fair Oaks native started his college days at Sacramento City College, where he was an All-American and then recruited by LSU after his two years there.
California FPPC Proposes Rules Limiting Outside Groups' Influence On CampaignsThe Fair Political Practices Commission introduced proposed rules as it says independent expenditures have grown eight times higher than in 2002, to more than $80 million in California's 2014 election cycle.
Nevada To Pay San Francisco $400,000 To Settle Patient Dumping LawsuitThe deal, if approved by the Nevada Board of Examiners and a similar board in San Francisco, is expected to end an expensive legal battle that has lasted more than two years.