Police raided a marijuana grow at a home in Citrus Heights Thursday morning.
Joining Elk Grove Police were officers from departments in Citrus Heights, Sacramento, Folsom, West Sacramento and Rancho Cordova. The once a month crackdown rotates to cities throughout Sacramento County. Tuesday just happened to be Elk Grove’s turn.
Starting today, Citrus Heights residents who have to take care of city business will have a new place to go to.
While the California Department of Transportation has standards for how long yellow lights should be, the city does not physically monitor the length of those lights, according to the report. The city has a warning system if the light falls under a certain threshold, but doesn’t actively time the lights to see if they are malfunctioning.
Workers are building a temporary stadium in the Sunrise Mall parking lot behind an orange fence. The whole point of World Team Tennis when it was created 40 years ago was to bring tennis out of the country club and to the masses, and you can’t get more mainstream than a mall parking lot.
At point the suspect, a 35-year-old white male, came down the steps with a gun. Four officers opened fire on the suspect.
A woman is in the hospital after police say she was stabbed by her husband.
Keeping the pool filled means a lot of water added to maintain levels over the next few months, but the Sunrise Recreation and Park District has made small changes that could lead to big water savings in the long run.
Officers say a man was shot dead by a female suspect at a Citrus Heights home early Saturday morning.
A home invasion robbery tied to an alleged marijuana growing operation led to a police pursuit Tuesday morning.
The San Juan Water District’s rate increase during California’s drought may be the first of many hitting customers in the pocketbook.
Police have had a Citrus Heights home surrounded since Thursday morning.