Thousands of people filled the streets of Old Sacramento for the city’s 2013 New Year’s Eve celebration.
Bay Area Rapid Transit officials have stopped a practice that made employee teams solely responsible for their own safety on the commuter rail line’s tracks.
Going trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey’s have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
Michele, on her way home from West Campus High, was struck and killed in a crosswalk at 58th Street and Fruitridge Road in early 2012. A drive didn’t notice she had started to cross.
Stephen Merrill was finishing his freshman year of college two years ago when he and a group of friends went to an indoor trampoline park in Utah for a day of flipping, jumping and bouncing.
A large fertilizer plant in West Sacramento holds the same type of chemical as the plant that exploded in Texas. CBS13 visited the plant to see what steps they’ve taken to prevent a similar catastrophe from happening.
More than two and a half years after a pipeline explosion killed eight people in a San Francisco suburb, a Northern California utility said Tuesday it has made sure that all of its gas transmission lines coursing through urban areas are running at safe operating pressures.
The self-anchored suspension tower may be what makes the new Bay Bridge tower iconic, but a hidden aspect of the structure actually acts as the nerve center of the new eastern span.
California may put the brakes on texting while driving with hands-free devices.
Hundreds of workers spend their days hundreds of feet above the bay, and keeping them all safe is a huge job in itself.
It’s the most expensive public works project in California’s history. Every day, 280-thousand cars thump over the reason it all began. It’s at pier E9 where the cantilever meets the incline section. Little do commuters know, they’re rolling over the reason for spending $6 billion.
Three major skill gaps in Sacramento are currently providing job opportunities: nursing, security and criminal justice.