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Storm Causing Accidents On Area Streets

While the much-needed rain helpful in resolving the drought situation, it’s causing problems for motorists on the streets this weekend.


West Sacramento Trees

West Sacramento Residents Say Trees, Development Boom Can Coexist

West Sacramento’s growth is causing controversy, as conservation groups are crying foul over trees that could be cut down.


Giant redwoods (credit:  MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)

Group Kicks Off Planting Of Ancient Tree Clones

A team led by a nurseryman from northern Michigan and his sons has raced against time for two decades, snipping branches from some of the world’s biggest and most durable trees with plans to produce clones that could restore ancient forests and help fight climate change.


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Best Plant Nurseries In Sacramento To Start Your Spring Garden

To plant a garden is to believe in the future. Some planning, preparation and a little dirt and sweat generally result in a very nice payoff when the garden begins to bloom. Starting with quality seeds and starter plants is crucial to the process. In an area as garden friendly as Sacramento and the surrounding foothill regions, where do you find the plants and advice that you need?


A car ends up at the bottom of a ravine after spinning out  on Highway 49 between Auburn and Grass Valley on Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. (credit: CBS13)

Wet Storm Continues To Pound Northern California

The second round of a wet, windy storm is moving across Northern California, bringing with it localized flooding, knocking down trees and snarling traffic on the roads.


Tree-Climbing Dog Not Very Good At Getting Down

When a call came in last week to a San Mateo County emergency dispatch center that a dog had climbed 30 feet up a tree in Atherton and couldn’t get down, no one believed it.


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Pick-A-Side: Which Is Your Favorite Thing About Spring?


A Google Maps image shows the grove of trees at Sutter's Landing Park before they were cut down.

Sacramento To Spend More Than $200K To Replace Trees Along American River

Sacramento City is spending more than $200,000 to re-plant trees that a city department cut down along the American River Parkway last year.