Sacramento County Juvenile Detention Facility Capacity At Lowest In YearsMany factors play into why the facility is now seeing fewer juvenile inmates escorted through their doors, but education seems to be the biggest factor, according to probation officials.
Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones Reflects On Congressional Loss To Rep. Ami BeraJones seemed comfortable with his coffee mug in hand walking through the halls of the sheriff's department on Thursday morning.
CDCR Launches Email Notification System For Victims Of Violent CrimesThey new automated system sends real-time alerts to a computer, smart-phone or other digital device to those who have signed up. It gives them a 90-day advance notice of the release of an offender from CDCR’s custody.
Five Years Later, Still No Answers In Death Of Newborn Found In Waterford TrashFlowers, balloons and a small fire truck were left on the baby's gravesite on Thursday, the five-year anniversary of the newborn's death.
Violence, Trash, Drugs Shut Down Lodi Park For A DayLodi city officials tells CBS13 a maintenance worker was threatened and feared for his safety. Following the incident and the skate park was shut down for the day.
Doctors Looking Past The Basics To Help Patients' Overall Well Being Many of us go to the doctor for one problem to be solved. We get answers to our questions and get the treatment plan. Now, some health centers and clinics are looking at using a more comprehensive approach.
Sacramento Sheriff Calls New Independent Review Board 'A Flawed System'Scott Jones didn't hold back when talking about the Sacramento City Council's decision to overhaul the Community Police Commission earlier this week.
Travis Airman Shares Gift Of Life Through Bone Marrow DonationFour years ago, Lt. Col. Shane Wehunt was inspired to sign up to be a donor with the National Marrow Donor program after his mother died of cancer.
California Corrections' AR-15 Raffle Raises ConcernsA flyer for a weapon raffle sent out by the California Health Care Facility is triggering a lot of reaction around the city.
Puppies And Coloring Books For College Finals Raise ConcernsARC said the coloring books and crayons will all be donated. Teachers have donated their time outside of school hours as well and it will not come out of taxpayers pockets.
Teens Sell Baked Goods To Help Paralyzed Classmate In DixonWhile most teens spend their free time at the mall or hanging out with friends, these students baked for a teenager their didn’t even know.
Sheriff Searching For Motive In Sherri Papini KidnappingThe Spanish-speaking suspects kept the head of 34-year-old victim Sherri Papini covered at times, limiting her ability to provide descriptions so authorities could draw sketches

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