Employees at the Franchise Tax Board in Sacramento are back at work after being evacuated of over a strange substance that turned out to be dog poop.
Three Solano County Sheriff’s Department deputies were taken to the hospital Monday to be treated for injuries after an incident at the Solano County courthouse in Fairfield.
Twenty homes in Tracy were evacuatTracy fire and police investigators are still trying to piece together the details that led to the blast at the home in the 1300 block of Crossroads Drive at around 3:30 p.m., say Tracy police. ed for over an hour after an explosion went off inside.
Residents at a Stockton apartment complex had a rude wake-up Tuesday after a van hit a natural gas line, forcing them from their apartments.
A building in downtown Sacramento was evacuated and streets were blocked off Monday afternoon after reports of a suspicious package that turned out to be electronics, according to officials.
People living in Jackson are now heading back home after demolition crews found dynamite in an abandoned barn forcing a short evacuation.
Two employees of a tomato cannery remained hospitalized and 300 were evacuated after chlorine gas leaked from a sanitizing machine into the work area.
A dozen Fair Oaks residents are back in their homes after a gas leak forced them out Wednesday morning.
The sun may be out, but several business in Pollock Pines are still dealing with the aftermath from last week’s storms.
All roads into Yosemite National Park have been temporarily closed after a major storm dumped snow, caused mudslides and downed trees and power lines.
A seven story building in downtown Sacramento is being evacuated due to a hazardous materials situation, according to authorities.
Sacramento police searched Antelope High School this morning after someone made a threatening call to the school.