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A tense situation unfolded in south Sacramento on Sunday morning after SWAT team members were called after a landlord was attacked and his tenant refused to leave the home.
Sleep Train Arena is overflowing with country music fans and a lot of cars! Garth Brooks held his third of six sold-out shows.
Batter up for breast cancer research! The 7th annual Albie Swinging For Life softball game has a local high school team raising money to fight breast cancer.
Sacramento-area firefighters were on ice today to help out one of their own. The Sacramento Fire Hockey Club held their 2nd annual Red vs. White Charity Hockey Match.
More than 30,000 people are expected to pack Sleep Train Arena to watch the legend country star Garth Brooks perform tonight.
The friends of two Davis residents killed in a murder-suicide on Thursday are holding a candlelight vigil tonight.
Police say a suspected shooter called 911 on Thursday night, reporting two people had been shot inside the home. With little information to go on, they thought it was an ambush and set up a perimeter. But it wasn’t long before the investigation pointed to a murder-suicide.
The Yuba County District Attorney is apologizing for the mistake and the manslaughter charge filed against 18-year-old Joaquin Orozco.
The memory card revealed the fateful plunge took place eight months ago. The video also shows the man behind the plane with controls in hand.
And if the ticket sales are any indication, there’s a whole lot of people who want to have some fun too. Those high sales are bringing people to Sacramento in droves. The Sacramento Convention and Visitors Bureau says the shows are bringing a boost to the local economy and packing hotels.
Many in the courtroom were outraged by the decision, including one resident who says her family has already been victimized by a sexual predator.