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$40 Billion: Drought Could Be One Of Most Expensive Disasters in History

“It would be like somebody coming into your house and telling you, ‘What’s your salary?’ and you tell them and they say, ‘OK, we’re going to take half of it away from you,” he said.


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Parents: School Didn’t Know Where Natomas Girl, 7, Was For Two Hours

As the she wandered the streets of Natomas, her parents say nobody at Jefferson Elementary School contacted them or the police right away.


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Body Found Lying On Road In Natomas

A road in Natomas was closed Monday morning after a body was found lying in the roadway.


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Natomas Woman Says Pit Bulls Killed Family’s Teacup Yorkie In Front Of Son

She says her son and a friend’s daughter went to grab a blanket from her car in the driveway and Gizmo followed them out.


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Women Accused Of Using Stun Guns On Sacramento Shoppers During Robberies

Three unsuspecting women were attacked in two days—one in the Walmart parking lot on Truxel Road in Natomas, and two others at shopping centers on Florin Road.


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Women Robbed Outside Sacramento Stores By Woman With Stun Gun

Sacramento police are searching for a woman who used a stun gun on her victims while robbing them.


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Natomas Robbery Suspect Arrested After Returning To Crime Scene To Get His Phone

An alleged thief surprised police by returning to the scene of the crime after forgetting something he apparently was not willing to live without.



Sacramento Able To Put $21M Fund Toward Building New Parks, Improving Old

The government shutdown is not slowing down millions of dollars slated to develop Sacramento’s city parks.


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Police Investigate Smash-And-Grab Burglary At Natomas Smoke Shop

Police are investigating a smash-and-grab burglary that happened at a smoke shop in Natomas early Tuesday morning.


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SWAT Officers Search Natomas Neighborhood For Armed Robber

SWAT officers are searching a Sacramento neighborhood for a man who was involved in an armed robbery on Wednesday.


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FEMA Restrictions Keep Natomas Homeowners From Rebuilding Burned-Out Homes

In 2008, the Federal Emergency Management Agency increased the danger of flood zones in places such as Natomas. This has halted all construction due to flood concerns.


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2-Alarm Fire Burns Natomas Home

Firefighters are continuing their clean-up of a Natomas home that suffered heavy fire damage on Friday morning.