Community Remembers Quadruple Homicide VictimsSacramento police wrapped a four-day murder investigation in the 1100 block of 35th Avenue on Sunday, allowing for the community to set up a memorial on the drive way of the house four people were killed. The road to the neighborhood may be back open, but now, it’s the long road to healing for resident.
Pope at Easter Recalls Victims of 'Blind, Brutal Terrorism'
CHP Identifies 2 Victims Of Fatal Wrong-Way Crash On I-80The two people who were killed when their car was hit head-on by a wrong-way driver early Tuesday morning have been identified.
Attorney Seeking To Overturn California Rape Law That Doesn't Protect All VictimsA young woman was raped and the man who did it was found guilty, but that conviction was recently overturned by a state appeals court due because of an old law.
Report: Hate Crimes In California Drop By 4 Percent In 2011The state attorney general's office says the number of hate crimes reported in California dropped 4 percent last year.
Horse Virus Cases Double To 75; At Least 11 DeadA deadly strain of a fast-spreading horse virus that's shown up in nine Western states -- where cases have doubled in the last week -- has forced contestants vying for the title of "posse junior queen" in one Utah county to ride stick horses to demonstrate their cowgirl skills.
Two Shot At South Sacramento ResidenceSacramento police are searching for a suspect in a fatal shooting that left one person dead and another wounded at a South Sacramento home.