No snow means no money for businesses along Highway 50.
Metro and Folsom City fire fighters rescued a woman after a collision with a large deer sent her vehicle careening off Highway 50 and 40 feet down an embankment this morning near Folsom.
Traffic is back to normal on Highway 50 through the Sierra after a fatal accident involving a logging truck Monday morning killed one person.
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A suspect was injured overnight after falling out the back window of a Foslom police car.
Just as the pioneers did, dozens of people participating in a wagon train re-enactment over the Sierra have run into some trouble on the trail.
A CHP officer is in the hospital after he was hit while trying to catch a dog that was dodging in and out of traffic on Highway 50 Sunday night.
A motorcyclist was rushed to the hospital Monday afternoon after slamming into the back of a Sacramento County Sheriff’s vehicle, authorities said.
Motorists will have an easier trek over the Sierra now that Highway 50 has reopened to traffic several days ahead of schedule.
State transportation crews may reopen a highway in the mountains leading to South Lake Tahoe early even though a snowstorm this week temporarily suspended repair work on the scenic stretch of Highway 50.
Traffic on a major corridor through the Sierra will be closed for much of the month while crews repair a rock wall.
Getting to South Lake Tahoe will get a little tougher beginning tomorrow May 11 when Caltrans shuts down Highway 50 at Echo Summit for two weeks.