Sacramento International Airport
Sacramento County borrowed $1 billion to build the airport’s Terminal B just as the recession started. The airport pays tens of millions of dollars toward that loan a year, as the number of fliers had dropped 18 percent over seven years.
If you are traveling through Sacramento International’s Terminal A you might notice some changes. This Friday a three million dollar remodel on the food court will begin.
When you look around the airport, you’ll see patches of green grass that looks healthy and lush. But airport authorities say it’s not because of over-irrigation, but other measures.
Pete joined the show today on a whims notice. Pete will be at the airport along with hundreds of die hard Kings fans to welcome Rudy Gay back to Sacramento. Rudy is coming back to […]
The members of the California National Guard Unit medevac team were on standby every day answering calls to take the wounded off the battlefield.
Across the country, millions of people are expected to travel Wednesday by car, train and airplane.
The trucks are open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and offer a rotating array of food. Tuesday had Greek, but Wednesday cold bring burgers, or even barbecue.
If you like to use your wireless devices to stay connected while you fly, the skies are about to become a little more friendly.
Former boxing world heavyweight champion, Mike Tyson, made a stop in Sacramento today.
Sacramento International Airport is in the market for some new tenants, but it has nothing to do with flying the friendly skies.
A computer system outage that caused flights of several major airlines to be delayed is back up and running today.
Additional staff was brought in to help accommodate the more than 1,000 passengers that were diverted to Sacramento International Airport after the plane crash in San Francisco.