Two area schools teamed up to fix broken bicycles for the annual bike day at Sacramento’s Loaves and Fishes.
A West Sacramento man has been arrested after a suspected DUI crash on Interstate 5 killed one of his passengers early Saturday morning.
Starbucks’ point-of-sale system went down for five hours starting around 4 p.m on Friday, impacting stores across the United States and Canada.
The merger between the Sacramento Suburban Water District and the San Juan Water District would create a district that serves more than 300,000 customers.
A documentary about the rise and fall of Sacramento-based Tower Records is getting a lot of buzz at the 20th annual Sacramento Film Festival. CBS13’s Ron Jones sat down with the director of “All Things Must Pass,” Colin Hanks.
The city is looking at a range of possibilities, including removing a lane of traffic and possibly adding medians, street parking or bike lanes. That would make Broadway more cozy than highway.
The four people who died in a wrong way crash on Highway 50 Wednesday have been identified.
Having committed to reach 24 teams by the end of the decade, Major League Soccer intends to develop additional expansion plans within six months.
A late season storm blowing in from the north has triggered a winter weather advisory in the Sierra, where several inches of snow is expected at Lake Tahoe Saturday and up to a foot in the upper elevations.
Police say an antique grenade was discovered by landscapers in Natomas Friday morning.
These Sacramento businesses offer ways to get fit and improve your health, while your kids are having safe, supervised fun just a room away. Throw on your yoga pants and strap on that Fitbit – it is time to grab the kids and hit the gym.
It was a Friday just before noon. Someone would walk up the stairs leading to a second-floor apartment and shatter all peaceful sounds. Multiple shots were fired from a second-floor window. A sniper had gotten into position to do some serious damage.