Parents Shocked Holy Cross Academy Shutting Down In West SacramentoHoly Cross Academy made the announcement on Friday, saying the school has been in debt for years and can't catch up.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Are Scammers Using The Postal Service To Steal Your Identity?When the mail stopped coming to Frank and Rebecca Ronquillo's house, they got a letter from the U.S Postal Service saying it received a change-of-address order to forward mail.
New Flags Donated To West Sacramento VFW Targeted By ThievesA West Sacramento veterans group that's been the target of thieves is getting some brand new flags.
Flags Stolen From West Sacramento VFW Post - AgainA West Sacramento center for veterans has been hit by thieves three times now.
Missing, Possibly At-Risk Teen In West Sacramento Found SafePolice in West Sacramento are looking for a teen who went missing Tuesday afternoon.
Woman Reunited With Her Tiny Home After Thieves Drove Away With ItMalinda Crighton was just finishing up building her dream, a tiny home parked in her West Sacramento driveway.
Fatal Crashes Between Cyclists, Cars On The Rise In West SacramentoA mixture of bicyclists, pedestrians and motorists are proving deadly along a heavily traveled road in West Sacramento.
West Sacramento Teachers Say They're Prepared To StrikeDozens of teachers around West Sacramento are taking a stand against the Washington Unified School District.
Man Taking Pictures At West Sacramento Little League Park Accused Of Having Child Porn On PhoneThe perfect Saturday afternoon for little league players quickly took a turn when a stranger was caught snapping photos of children.
Bicyclist Struck, Killed By Garbage Truck In West SacramentoPolice are investigating after a deadly crash involving a bicyclist and a garbage truck.
West Sacramento Continues Transformation as Business Applications RiseThe city’s 50,000 residents have gone through a transformation decades in the making.
Promised New Parks Still In Limbo A Decade After Money ApprovedTen years ago, California voters passed Proposition 84, which allocated $400 million to build parks in neighborhoods without them.