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Nelsen announced plans for cash incentives to help students graduate on time, including a $500 tuition credit for taking 15 credit hours in a semester.
For Diego and Johnathan Garcia, the Bryte Park playground doesn’t mean burning calories on your typical swing and slide set. They’re bouncing between crayon-colored training equipment with a full-body workout in mind.
It’s something you would see on Halloween, and it had nervous parents hoping it was just a trick and not really offering treats to children.
It now exceeds them and is the only city in the country to receive a Class 1 rating from FEMA.
The county says it started noticing the people running out of water weren’t using the water for farms, they were using it for their homes.
Deputies are investigating a shooting that has injured a woman and a young child.
Police say they have arrested the bearded bandit who robbed a credit union back in April.
The new location for Sacramento Natural Foods Co-Op hasn’t been built yet, but it’s in the middle of a continuing fight over mandatory childhood vaccines in California.
Downtown Sonora doesn’t look like Rodeo Drive, but locals say not everything is the way it appears to be in this small mountain community.
The body of his best friend since he was 9, Joel, was tucked underneath the second step of a back porch staircase.
A Sacramento State student who helped stop an attack on a Paris-bound train spoke for the first time since returning home on Wednesday.