Rancho Cordova Giving Businesses A Boost To Improve Diversity Of City's OfferingsWhen voters approved Measure H last year, they gave the city $1.8 million in tax money to ramp-up development.
After Measure H, Volunteers Hope To Beautify Rancho CordovaFor 15 years, Darlene Robbins has looked at the fence around her front yard as an eye sore.
Small Fires Near Rancho Cordova Homes Being Investigated As ArsonSeveral small fires in Rancho Cordova along the freeway this morning have been ruled as arson.
Bystander With Cellphone Shot By Deputies During Rancho Cordova StandoffDeputies responded to Negrara Way on a report that Sanchez’s next-door neighbor, Ben Ledford, was firing up to 100 machine gun rounds at a home across the street, killing a dog inside the house.
Rancho Cordova Shooting Suspects Accused Of Exchanging Gun Fire Across StreetSacramento County Sheriff's deputies say a suspect exited a home and fired a high-powered rifle at the home across the street. Two suspects came out of the targeted home and returned fire.
Mystery Goo Kills 155,000 Rainbow Trout At American River Fish HatcheryBureau of Reclamation crews were doing maintenance work on pipes at the Nimbus Dam when one of the pipes released a gooey substance into the American River that eventually flowed into the hatchery.
Rancho Cordova Crime-Suppression Unit Already Paying OffThe unit is paid for by Rancho Cordova residents who passed Measure H last November agreeing to a half-cent sales tax and hoping for some increased crime-fighting measures.
Boy, 4, And Grandmother Recovering After Drive-By Shooting In Rancho CordovaDeputies are investigating a shooting that has injured a woman and a young child.
Fecal Matters: Rancho Cordova Center Seeking Life-Saving Stool DonationsDoctors have found that transplanting healthy stool and its bacteria into the gastrointestinal tracts of those suffering from the disease can be highly effective—a more than 90 percent cure rate.
Cordova Parks Employee Files Lawsuit After She Says She Was Fired For Doing Her JobSpindola reported a series of what she calls racially, sexually and religiously offensive remarks by her boss, Superintendent Gerry Dobbs, after other employees came to her with similar complaints.
Triple-Digit Heat Makes Its Presence Felt Across Sacramento RegionWith temperatures reaching above the century mark inside this Bacon Mania food truck the temperature is sweltering between the fryer and grill.
Broken Water Main Gushes For Hours On Rancho Cordova StreetA broken water main spewed water in a Rancho Cordova neighborhood for hours on Monday morning.