He says he got a call from Bowers on Monday night saying the tow truck he was driving overheated on westbound Highway 50 near Jefferson Boulevard. Portugal responded and fixed the truck.
Engine 42 is back at its Station 42 home on Jefferson Boulevard for the first time since Feb. 9 when the station was be closed while it is refurbished.
Rice grown in the valley is shipped from West Sacramento and Oakland to countries in the south Pacific. It should take one week to get the billion-dollar product from the valley onto the waters of the Pacific, but instead it’s taking two months.
Engine 42 will be moving from its Station 42 home on Jefferson Boulevard on Feb. 9, and the station will be closed while it is refurbished.
Sacramento Police says a probationary employee accused of impersonating a police officer has been fired.
Sacramento Police identified the suspect as Ilaya Prozorov, who has been employed as a civilian community service officer for just over a month. Prozorov graduated from the department’s basic recruit academy in December.
An incident on Interstate 80 in West Sacramento ended with a fire truck hit and a man in in custody.
It’s been almost two months since Mark Anthony Green was homeless, living on the banks of the Sacramento River on and off for more than 20 years. He’s a different man today.
t least 10 people are displaced from their flooded apartments in West Sacramento after a sprinkler went off.
It was CBS13’s story from Wednesday that planted an idea in his mind. He saw the sisters talking about their loss after a fire they believe was started by a space heater quickly took over, filling their home with black smoke.
Carole says it’s amazing she, her sister, the bird and their two dogs made it out alive. She says it wasn’t the smoke alarm that woke her in time, but a persistent back injury.
A fire caused extensive damage to a home in West Sacramento on Wednesday morning.