A Sacramento fire district that wrongly taxed homeowners more than $3 million due to a clerical error will not be issuing a full refund of that money, a Call Kurtis investigation has learned.
Sacramento para-athletes like Alicia Fitzpatrick say the loss of the wheelchairs are devastating, because it’s hard to find chairs that fit.
These Sacramento businesses are happy to help make the most of everyone’s kitchen time, skills and interests.
Sacramento’s Front Street Shelter has seen a dramatic drop in kill rates since December of 2010, so how are they doing it?
From the kitchen to the stars, women have a rich history of contributions to our area and the nation. Here are some ways to celebrate Women’s History Month in Sacramento.
Getting around Sacramento, sans auto, has become much easier over the years. If you plan accordingly, you can get just about anywhere in the River City and beyond. Ride the electric rails, have a seat on the RT or Amtrak or call for a ride, it’s your choice.
February might not have been a drought-buster, but it did bring above-average rainfall to the Sacramento region.
Officers were called out to the 3000 block of K Street at around 8:45 a.m. on reports that a man was walking around with a hatchet. According to police spokesman Doug Morse, the man was acting delusional and ran from the officers as they went to meet him.
Sacramento has made an effort to bring public awareness to animals that are left to fend for themselves. If you desire to find an animal to nurture and provide the care it needs, contact any of these shelters.
Not many places in town allow smoking indoors of any kind these days, which leaves the question, where does one go?
Sacramento is one of 30 cities being asked to submit a proposal to host the convention to select a Democratic presidential candidate in 2016.
Whether you are traditional, whimsical, romantic or modern, these Sacramento shops can create just the right baked goods to sweeten up your special day.