The city’s planning department is preparing for development to take off, with thousands of projects expected this year.
Police officers have arrested one person in North Sacramento following a reported burglary attempt.
Authorities are investigating what caused a fire that destroyed several big rigs parked at a Natomas truck stop Saturday night.
A man is dead after a shooting in in North Sacramento early Tuesday morning.
Police are investigating the shooting of a young girl in her family’s home in what police believe is a drive-by shooting.
But last Saturday, surveillance video shows her walking near the bar next to two men who the server says paid cash and left a good tip. Servers say the men work T-shirts with the logo of security company ADT.
When Mitch Rhoades and his friends returned to their car Sunday night in the Promenade shopping center parking lot, it was still right where they left it.
Track 7 will host a job fair in early November where they plan to hire anywhere from six to 10 part-time workers for the tap room, and two to four full-time workers for its beer production.
The next time you travel Interstate 80 in Natomas you’ll notice two big changes: a lower speed limit and a higher number of officers looking for offenders.
Officials have lowered the speed limit through the construction zone along Interstate 80 through Natomas from 65 to 55 mph, Caltrans announced Friday.
A building ban has been in place since 2008 due to a high flood risk in Natomas. President Obama signed a bill June to build up the levees that protect the city.
New construction, it’s something people in several Sacramento areas haven’t seen in years. But there’s light at the end of the tunnel for one neighborhood.