Downtown residents may be a little late for work this morning after the power went out in downtown Sacramento overnight.
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A snapped power line knocked out power to more than 13,000 in the North Highlands and Citrus Heights areas Friday morning.
A power outage in one Sacramento neighborhood left hundreds in the dark on Tuesday. There were 400 people left without power in the area of Bailey Way just prior to 5 a.m.
In February, John Bigwood came face-to-face with an armed gunman after a confrontation between two men led to a shooting at the SMUD building.
Sacramento Police are confirming that a murder-suicide outside of SMUD headquarters on Tuesday night stemmed from love triangle.
Vandals knocked out power to about 30,000 customers in North Highlands overnight, according to SMUD officials.
A $9.30 monthly energy bill? As the weather warmed and the sun began to shine in his Sacramento neighborhood last February, the solar panels Edward Robinson had purchased for about $30,000 were finally paying off, saving him about $150 a month.
Thousands of Arden-Arcade residents were without electricity for a few hours after a power line came down Sunday afternoon.
Sacramento County Sheriff’s detectives are trying to track down the thief or thieves who stole copper from an electrical box behind a hardware store in Sacramento overnight.
Thousands of people in North Sacramento were without power this morning after a large power line fell possibly due to a transformer explosion.
Two people are in police custody for allegedly stealing copper in east Sacramento.