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Roseville, Carmichael and West Sacramento use just over 300 gallons a day—triple the 98 gallons used in San Francisco.
Even though the mysterious Google barge is closed to the public, it’s not stopping fans from finding ways to find good views of it.
The first location opened in October 2012, with two more coming just last September, promising 180 new jobs—many, if not all, likely lost.
Chase Patterson was shocked to see a dog and its owner when he looked over the edge of a bluff right outside his grandparents’ home.
Sacramento Metro Fire is working to refund more than $1 million it wrongly collected from property owners but previously said it would not.
After the nearly 8-hour journey, the Google barge parked at its new home, where the city and port welcomed the tech giant with open arms.
Lt. Daniel Pauley received a hero’s welcome as he makes his way down the escalator with hugs and kisses from five beautiful blondes waiting at the bottom—one he’s holding for the very first time.
A federal judge ruled against the Yolo County Sheriff’s concealed weapons permit policy, meaning he may have to loosen his grip on permits.
A stretch of lights went out in December forcing commuters to walk in the dark. He says he’s talked to light-rail workers since then.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Lawmakers Criticize Fire District For Not Returning Wrongfully Collected Taxes
Assemblyman Ken Cooley and Sen. Jerry Hill called out the agency a day after the details of its eight-year $1.3M tax mistake, which affects thousands of property owners, were reported exclusively by Call Kurtis.
The mayor has landed in the negative spotlight several times since he was elected.