Mom, Son Killed In Head-On Crash In Sacramento CountyA head-on crash on Jackson Road in Sacramento County has claimed the lives of a mother and her child.
Sacramento Utility Crews Working To Avert Flooding IssuesTo minimize concerns, crews are also on constant levee watch, working 12-hour shifts, looking for erosion and boils, and repairing as needed.
Crews Work Through Night To Build Up Tyler Island LeveeSacramento County water reclamation district crews worked throughout the night to build up the Tyler Island levee.
Freight Train Derails South Of Elk GroveCrews are responding to a train derailment south of Elk Grove, Cosumnes Fire says.
Point Pleasant Community Warned To Evacuate As Cosumnes River SwellsPeople in the Sacramento County community of Point Pleasant are being asked to evacuate.
3 People Burned In Fire At Morse Avenue Apartment ComplexFire crews say three people were burned in a fire at an apartment complex Friday morning.
Rain Floods Sacramento County Roadways, Golf CourseDillard Road saw almost half a foot of water on it near Highway 99, and multiple locations along New Hope Road in Galt were covered in water, forcing it to close.
Wilton Preparing For Flooding For Third Time In 2017The river level at Michigan Bar is the best indicator flooding will be a problem in Wilton. It is forecast to rise to 15 feet high on Tuesday afternoon, three feet above flood stage.
Hole Being Repaired On Snodgrass Slough Levee Caused By BeaverSome communities are still dealing with flooding issues in the aftermath of this week's storms.
Suspect Crashes, Arrested After Chase Through Sacramento CountyA suspect is in the hospital after a chase through Sacramento County ends in a crash.
Man Suspected In Deadly Shooting Of Crowded Apartment ArrestedA man suspected in the shooting that left a woman dead and several others hurt at an apartment has been arrested.
Sacramento County Juvenile Detention Facility Capacity At Lowest In YearsMany factors play into why the facility is now seeing fewer juvenile inmates escorted through their doors, but education seems to be the biggest factor, according to probation officials.