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.
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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.
A Vacaville soccer player has a special connection to the Sacramento Republic. He didn’t make the team, but he’s won over the Republic family after surviving a violent ordeal.
Attorneys representing a transgender prison inmate want a judge to stand by his order that California officials must immediately provide the inmate with sex reassignment surgery that they say is urgent and critical to her health.
Placer County Water Agency is one of dozens of districts across the state to send harsh letters complaining about mandatory water cuts up to nearly 36 percent to meet the state’s 25 percent goal.
They call it the HIMBY Project, taking farm-to-fork to another level, where community members get to grow the ingredients that go straight into their local beer.
Spring is already a busy time of the year for rats and mice since it’s breeding season, but dry conditions are forcing rodents to look for spaces as small as the width of a thumb to get inside homes.
Police believe Sanjuana Munoz Vasquez, 43, took Yurisel Munoz-Velasco, 6, and Yaretzi Munoz-Velasco, 9, took the children and is possibly heading to Mexico.