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A man allegedly threw gasoline on his girlfriend and tried to light her on fire on Monday, say police.
The incident happened at around 7:30 a.m. near Old Davis Road, south of Interstate 80, according to a UC Davis police spokesperson. The Amtrak Capitol Corridor was traveling from Sacramento to San Jose at the time.
A high-school student who lives on the street invited a few friends to her home. But one girl who didn’t get an invite felt excluded. She decided to invite strangers to the Rocklin home as revenge by spreading word about a house party on social media.
Mia Aguiar, 19, was arrested and is accused of reaching for her cellphone before veering off the road and hitting four teens, killing 14-year-old Zachariah Gomez.
Because of the Fix 50 project, state employees may not be filling Sacramento’s public parking garages in the same numbers.
The waste seems to be coming from what appear to be sewer lines next to their buildings. Residents say the incidents are addressed, but what’s left behind isn’t cleaned up and it’s not clear what is causing the problems.
To deal with the likely traffic problems, Alpha One plans to bring in twice the ambulances, but that’s just half the battle.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is welcoming the newest member of its animal family.
A Stockton man is behind bars for allegedly burglarizing a church – the same one that was burglarized last week.
The home field of the Sacramento FC soccer team will be named after Bonney Plumbing, Heating, Air and Rooting Service.
After months of negotiations, the price tag for the arena is now up to $477 million, but owner Vivek Ranadive says the team will take on the additional costs.