Authorities are asking residents to be on the lookout after two possible mountain lion sightings in southwest Modesto.
He may look sweet and gentle after being tranquilized, but a 70-pound mountain lion captured in East Sacramento could have been a threat to anyone that came in contact with it.
East Sacramento residents can breathe a little easier now that a mountain lion that spawned an alert from police has been captured.
Police say they had to issue an alert for an urban mountain lion sighting after numerous East Sacramento residents and a police officer reported sightings.
Authorities are warning residents to avoid a section of Putah Creek where a mountain lion was spotted Friday morning.
Another reported mountain lion sighting caused a stir at Rocklin High School late Wednesday afternoon.
A mountain lion is believed to be roaming around Rocklin after three sightings and a photo of the animal not far from a school.
Hikers spotted a mountain lion near Cherry Glen Road, and people who live near Lagoon Valley also recently reported seeing the big cat.
Authorities will examine the torn clothing of a homeless man to determine whether a mountain lion mauled him at his Southern California encampment.
Somewhere in Auburn Ravine Park, a creature is prowling, causing police to search for it before it can do any harm.
Lincoln police have issued a warning after a mountain lion was spotted in Auburn Ravine Park Wednesday afternoon.
There is a mountain lion lurking in the foothills of Nevada County, and it’s on the attack.