Sacramento Food Truck Owner Leaving State Over Bureaucratic ProblemsA Sacramento small-business owners says she’s leaving town and blaming bureaucracy for her decision to move out of the state.
Call Kurtis: Prescription Prices Can Vary Thousands Depending on PharmacyGary Medina says his chemotherapy pill Tretinoin is keeping his Leukemia in remission. However, the pharmacy quoted him $3,359 for a one month supply.
Elk Grove Man Accused Of Scamming Undocumented Immigrants With Adoption SchemeWhile some victims were adopted, there is no legitimate path to citizenship through adult adoptions.
Record Heat Giving Cherry Farmers Hope For Better Year After DroughtFor the past three years, Central Valley cherry trees have underperformed. But now it looks like bing cherries will go bang.
Elk Grove School District Excited At Large Turnout Of Potential Substitute TeachersIn just two months, Associate Superintendent for Human Resources David Reily says the call for more subs hasn't fallen on deaf ears.
First Del Paso Heights Supermarket In 30 Years OpensViva Supermarket is the first supermarket in the area in 30 years, and city officials are hailing it as a huge win for the community plagued with crime and poverty.
California Nurses Using Lessons Learned From Ebola Outbreak For Zika VirusThe union representing California nurses says it’s developing new protocols similar to those in place against Ebola, but the problem is still so new, nurses are having to rely on the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention for protective measures.
AppCast 2/11/2016 EveningDave Bender has your latest forecast.