Jerri Crabtree received a box of medical records and credit card information from FedEx that didn’t belong to her.
Park rangers could be watching over more than a dozen parks in the area if homeowners are OK with paying $4 more a month in property taxes.
A woman opened a box mailed to her home and found the names, test results, credit card information, and medical records for hundreds of people.
The woman was backing out of her driveway on Camray Circle when she stopped to get out of her car, but didn’t put it in park. The car began rolling and hit a neighbor’s fence across the street.
They wore reflective clothing and carried flashlights so drivers could see them. But the couple never saw the vehicle coming at 6 a.m.
A high-tech tool is changing the way some local hospitals are treating patients.
Remote presence robots are allowing physicians to “beam” themselves into hospitals to diagnose patients and offer medical advice during emergencies.
Metro firefighters say an early Saturday morning fire at an abandoned Carmichael home is likely arson.
Fire crews are responding to a fire at a Carmichael playschool.
Old world inspiration comes to Carmichael in the form of a new project that’s about to break ground. Developers are planning an open-air, public marketplace in what is now an empty, rundown shopping center.
A Carmichael man says he paid for a parking ticket twice. But when he racked up late DMV fees, had his tax refund withheld and wages garnished, he called Kurtis.
The accident happened at about 8:20 p.m. on Thursday at the corner of El Camino and Laurance avenues.