The four people who died in a wrong way crash on Highway 50 Wednesday have been identified.
Traffic was at a standstill on westbound Highway 50 Wednesday morning as crews investigated a crash that killed four people.
Caltrans sent inspectors to have a close look at the Pioneer Bridge, and the agency says the structure itself is sound and safe for drivers.
Tow truck drivers laid to rest one of their own who was killed in a high-and-run on Highway 50.
The California Highway Patrol is looking for a suspect who planted a pipe bomb along Highway 50 in Sacramento on Wednesday.
Jamie Bower’s voice cracked as she tried talking about her husband Michael in the past tense. The loss has been so traumatic, she says she still can’t bring herself to tell their 3-year-old daughter.
Michael C. Bower, 29, of Dixon pulled in his tow truck at around 7:50 p.m. on Monday night on westbound Highway 50 near Jefferson Boulevard. The truck was having mechanical issues, and he placed emergency triangles at the back of his truck as a precaution for other drivers.
The California Highway Patrol is searching for a big rig that may have hit the tow truck driver, who was outside of his vehicle on westbound Highway 50. Officers say the big rig driver may not have known they hit the tow truck driver as it appears they were struck by a trailer.
“In that particular area, [Highway] 50 and [Interstate] 80, there have been a lot of wildfires, which means there is less vegetation, and the animals need to travel forward to forage,” she said.
Investigators are looking for witnesses who saw the person throwing three kittens from a car on Highway 50 early Friday morning.
Commuters beware! The project to upgrade the Highway 50 Viaduct is beginning two weeks early, Caltrans announced Thursday.
The Sacramento County Department of Transportation added new ramps and stoplights at the Watt Avenue-Highway 50 interchange.