The nonprofit Cover Your K-9 stepped up and donated them. Organizers like the group have popped up in recent years to help cash-strapped departments take care of their dogs.
Most of us grew up with a variety of traditions, and the Easter egg hunt was a typical annual event. Things have changed a little since we were children as now there are other events that can be enjoyed.
A Rio Linda man has been found guilty of second degree murder for the death of 51-year-old Julia Bullinger, the District Attorney’s office announced Wednesday.
A Sacramento State gymnast is vaulting her way into the history books as she’s the first from the school to compete in the NCAA gymnastics nationals.
Instead of spending big bucks on mass-produced clothing, Sacramento’s Guen Kelly offers tips on making your own one-of-a-kind distressed jeans at a fraction of the cost.
Bring a date and explore Sacramento’s creative community of artists, whether you prefer contemporary, abstract, classic mixed media or pop art.
A big change could hit breweries – and their bottom line. The Food and Drug Administration is considering changing how breweries get rid of their grains, and some say it will impact the consumer.
We all know that pets make the best snugglers, so book a hotel room that lets you bring your fluffy companion along.
A day after four suspicious fires kept firefighters busy, investigators are looking for clues into the possible arson cases.
The Grant Napear show started off today by taking calls from people who wanted to talk about the Oakland A’s, the Golden State Warriors, and the 49ers. Grant spoke about if he thinks anyone in […]
The Discovery Museum Science and Space Center is the perfect destination for families, particularly for those with children from ages five to early teens.
Four suspicious fires in Sacramento, including one at a huge commercial warehouse that destroyed a priceless collection of cars kept firefighters busy on Thursday.