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Cal Expo’s boat show wrapped up over the weekend – but with the drought, it’s looking like boating season may be shorter than usual.
A wheelchair-bound man is recovering at a hospital after being hit by an RT bus Sunday afternoon.
He battled back from a paralyzing gunshot, but his family says a bacteria that was far more dangerous has claimed his life.
Where can you find The Incredible Hulk, Captain Kirk and comic book legend Stan Lee all under one roof? At Sacramento’s Wizard World Comic Con.
The City of Sacramento admits she’s now getting billed for six months of service, because her meter malfunctioned. Flowers says the city wants her to pay all that money in one month; something she can’t afford.
The drummer was set to be on stage in Nevada City on Wednesday with his band, but he never showed. He also never arrived at a friend’s house on Grass Valley on Monday.
Jeremey Edson was rushing his wife Rhiannon to Sutter Hospital in Roseville when her contractions began. But baby Avery was not willing to wait.
Joshua Lowery will face a single charge of murder in the Sorgani’s brutal death on a busy Citrus Heights street.
Parents of a child stabbed in the throat with a pencil say upset that the school didn’t call an ambulance, and that they had to come take him to the hospital with the pencil still lodged inside.
The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention are warning that antibiotics are being linked to a severe and deadly bacterial infection in kids.
Roseville, Carmichael and West Sacramento use just over 300 gallons a day—triple the 98 gallons used in San Francisco.