North Sacramento Grass Fire Put OutA large grass fire that was threatening structures has been extinguished.
Dog Falls 15 Feet Into Storm Drain In SacramentoEmergency crews rescued a dog that fell down a deep storm drain late Monday morning.
Firefighters Free Boy’s Hand From Coin-Operated Candy MachineA young boy with a sweet tooth went a little too far to fish some free candy out of a vending machine.
Two Killed In Multiple Car Crash on South Bound I-5Saturday morning, a multiple car crash closed all southbound lanes of interstate 5 near the J street exit.
Power Lines Crash Onto Moving Vehicle, Trapping Three People In SacramentoAttached to live power lines, the first pole yanked two more poles down to the ground, causing a huge spark and trapping three people in their vehicles. Thankfully, all of them are OK.
Sacramento Fire Station Partially Closed Due To Low Staffing LevelsStation 6 in Oak Park had about half as many fire personnel as it usually does on any normal day.
Sacramento Fire Department Investigating I-5 Grass FiresSacramento Fire Department Units are clearing a scene along Interstate 5 near Sutterville Road after a series of fires slowed due to thick smoke decreasing the visibility of drivers, according the the department's public information office.
Multiple People Treated For Heat-Related Injuries Outside State CapitolMultiple protesters have passed out at the Capitol due to heat-related injuries, according to the Sacramento Fire Dept.
Fire Injures 2 People At South Sacramento HomeSmoke and flames engulfed a two-story home in South Sacramento with a couple trapped inside.
Video Shows Sacramento Fire Department Team Protecting Middletown HomeFirefighters from the Sacramento Fire Department who were called to help fight the Valley Fire last weekend recorded some dramatic video showing how they saved a home.
Sac Fire: 1,000 Gallons Of Sodium Hydroxide Spills At Natomas FacilityCrews are cleaning up after a large chemical spill at a Natomas-area facility.
Industrial Fire At Sacramento Recycling Plant Sends Large Plume Of Smoke Into SkyOn Tuesday night, firefighters kept a close eye on the recycling plant fire, continuing to pour water onto it more than six hours after it caught fire and exploded in size.