New Year’s Eve
Carlito Montoya, the 22-year-old man accused of shooting four people in Old Sacramento on New Year’s Eve, has been formally charged, along with the married couple prosecutors say started the whole thing over a spilled drink.
The guys are back! And Don kicks off the first show of 2013 by telling us why his vacation sucked! Apparently Don caught the flu over the break, and he’s more than certain he got […]
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – People living in a downtown Sacramento home are out in the cold Tuesday after a large fire damaged the structure overnight. The fire happened at 22nd and P Streets, and required several […]
The CHP is using the maximum amount of available officers on the streets Monday night, specifically to find people driving under the influence.
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ew Year’s Eve in Sacramento has something for everyone—from spectacular fireworks that will make your whole family ooh and ah, to live music, or theater in the form of a musical or play, to the always entertaining go-to family activity of bowling.
New Year’s Eve is a great night to go out, grab a bite and head to a bar or club to ring in the New Year. To ensure a safe and fun night, it’s best […]
No matter how you choose to celebrate 2012 this New Year’s Eve, consider incorporating vintage into your outfit.
If you’re planning to make the trek to Lake Tahoe for New Year’s Eve this year, planning ahead will save you some major headaches. For a more intense party, you’ll want to be in the closed street in the “downtown” area in front of Harvey’s, Harrah’s, and MontBleu.
Two people have been arrested in connection to the murder of a teen in South Sacramento on New Year’s Eve.
If you haven’t made your New Year’s plans yet, you’re in luck. Here’s a list of activities going on tonight in Sacramento: New Beginnings Brahma Kumaris Meditation Center Sacramento, California December 31, Fri 10:30 […]
Dazzling fireworks lit up Australia’s Sydney Harbor, communist Vietnam held a rare, Western-style countdown to the new year, and Japanese revelers released balloons carrying notes with people’s hopes and dreams as the world ushered in 2011.