National writers are taking notice of the UC Davis basketball program, a team that two seasons ago won only four games.
A woman was hit and killed by a passenger train in Davis on Sunday night.
The woman was able to kick her attacker and run away to call police. But her would-be rapist is still on the loose.
The teenager accused of stabbing an elderly Davis couple to death inside their home wants the torture charge against him dropped.
To step up enforcement, police have asked the city to something unexpected—lower the fine for a first-time offender to just $50.
A residential development planned for Davis could bring nearly 550 new homes to the area.
She ran a red light and admits she’s guilty, but says her fine is not fair. The West Sacramento woman called Kurtis Ming because the ticket was $100 more than the sign posted.
An officer went inside the home at around 9 a.m. on Thursday when Talamantes started behaving strangely, asking multiple times why the officer was at her home after the officer explained why.
During labor, Leah’s heart rate would drop, and there wasn’t enough blood from her mother’s placenta to give her oxygen. Kaminer signed a waiver at the medical center to deliver the baby by C-section. But doctors decided against it.
Sacramento Police were alerted by relatives of Talamantes when she arrived at a family member’s Sacramento apartment on Pocket Road without her daughter.
The couple, their son, and two other kids sat under a Chinese pistache tree in Chestnut Park last week. That’s where a branch about half a foot in diameter fell.
The victim’s family says they don’t have a problem with the length of his sentence, but they’re still hoping to hear two simple words: I’m sorry.