Play At The Pump allows customers to buy Quick Pick tickets from the pump with a credit or debit card, rather than stopping inside a convenience store to buy tickets.
The West Sacramento mayor just returned from Italy where he taught city leaders from around the world about incubator farms.
A man was injured while working at a construction site in Yolo County on Tuesday morning.
It may look refreshing, but it’s not the kind of water you’d want to drink. In fact, it’s so contaminated, it would have been dumped as wastewater before this month.
A female body has washed ashore near the Tower Bridge Thursday morning.
A West Sacramento police officer was seriously injured after he was assaulted during a traffic stop.
CBS13’s Dave Grashoff says the biggest piece that fell off was the size of a football. By sheer chance, he happened to see the concrete give way and crash onto the pavement below.
It’s the same reason you see crews spraying down construction sites—they have to keep the air as clean as possible.
Police say the suspect did not stop and instead led them on a two-minute pursuit into Downtown Sacramento with speeds reaching 65 mph. The suspect tried to run, but police released a K-9 that caught up to him. Police say the suspect then tried to punch the dog when the dog bit him.
West Sacramento city leaders say they will offer owners fair market value for their homes, and have offered help with relocation, but they may have to use eminent domain if agreements can’t be reached.
The industry took a huge hit during the recession, but business is back. Industry tracking firm Construction Monitor says there were 11,000 pools installed in California last year, the highest since 2007. The state is on track for 13,000 this year in a drought.
“Most of the homeowners in those homes have been residents of the city for generations,” he said. “They don’t like it of course none of us would like having to give up our homes, even for the protection of the overall community.”