Construction Growth Pushing Rancho Cordova Company To Look For Larger Warehouse

Back in 2008, a lot of construction companies were really hurting because of the economy. But Omega Products International in Rancho Cordova didn’t give up. The small company sells commercial and residential stucco, tile, and stone products to contractors across the country.

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Hundreds Of Bills Introduced By California Lawmakers

Friday was the deadline for California state lawmakers to introduce the hundreds of bills that they will consider this year. They have until Sept. 11 to send the measures to Gov. Jerry Brown for his signature or veto.


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California GOP Officially Recognizes Gay Faction Of Party

The California Republican Party on Sunday officially recognized the party’s organized gay wing that has fought years for formal acceptance.


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Beer Week Shining Spotlight On Sacramento’s Growing Craft Brewing Industry

Local entrepreneurs say they are simply tapping into demand. And if you think there’s a lot of beer to choose from now, just wait. They’re calling this the golden age for beer in the capital city.


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City Tells Group Trying To Pay It Forward That Front Yard Giveaway Falls Under Garage Sale Ordinance

According to the city code, it’s possible to have too many garage sales. It comes with a warning first, then a fine of up to $1,000. But some roommates say they got in trouble for having what they call a giveaway.


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Sacramento Youth Outreach Program Slashes Crime In Tough Neighborhood

Organizers say Summer Night Lights keeps kids busy with positive activities like basketball during the summer, so they’re not out committing crimes instead.


A protester was outside the house Thursday morning. (Credit: CBS13)

Community, Lawmakers Denounce Swastikas Displayed Outside Sacramento Home

Lawmakers are demanding that a California man take down poster-size swastikas displayed in front of his house, calling the signs racist and vulgar.


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Ask A Sacramento Bartender: Your Best Martini Recipe

Find out Sacramento’s own Ian Young’s top martini selections.


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Vintage Toys Could Bring Big Cash Out Of Your Attic

Vintage toys, games and action figures you might have in a box, closet or toy chest could be worth some serious dough.


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Sacramento Gluten-Free Shop Owner Launches Fundraiser To Start Cafe

She’s been on a seven-year mission to help those allergic to wheat products. According to the Mayo Clinic, people with the allergy can develop symptoms within minutes. In some cases it can be life-threatening.


Diaper Prices On The Rise

California Bill Would Exempt Diapers From Sales Tax

Democratic Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez of San Diego announced Wednesday a bill that would exempt diapers from the state’s sales tax. Gonzalez says the move could save California families up to $100 per child a year.


Aaron Ramzy is being sought in the stabbing death of his roommate on 2/23. (Credit: Sacramento P.D.)

Suspect In Fatal Natomas Apartment Stabbing Arrested In Roseville

Police say the man wanted in connection to the deadly stabbing of a man at a Natomas apartment complex has been arrested in Roseville.