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Holiday Shoppers Start Early to Avoid Supply Chain WoesA centerpiece for many households: Christmas trees, fresh cut and artificial. Both are in shorter supply this year due to impacts from weather and supply chain delays. 
One Pedestrian Killed In Sacramento In Ambulance CollisionFriday night, around midnight, a pedestrian was struck by an ambulance transporting a medical patient and was killed, said the Metro Fire Department.
Father's Stolen U-Haul Found In Sacramento By Law EnforcementWhile moving his family's things from Oregon to Arizona, a father stopped to spend the night in a hotel in Sacramento. That's when his U-Haul was stolen.
Small Businesses Banking On Local Bucks For Small Business SaturdaySmall businesses are banking on your big bucks this weekend, especially after taking a brutal hit during the pandemic.  Amatula Jacobs doesn't just sell a product, she sells her dream.  Every item is her work of art. But when the pandemic hit, her dream nearly became a nightmare.
‘No Good Deed Goes Unpunished’: Elk Grove Woman Ticketed For Truck Donated Six Years AgoWe’ve reported before on agencies using old Department of Motor Vehicle records and ticketing the wrong person. One was issued in Salinas, a place Emily Blake-Kessel said she’s never been, six years after she donated the truck involved.
430-Foot Asteroid Expected To Pass By Earth On MondayAccording to NASA, a 430-foot asteroid dubbed 1994 WR12 is expected to smash through Earth's orbital path early next week. But don't worry, for the time being, we're safe.

Eye on the City

BIA Building Industry 45th Awards CelebrationBIA Building Industry Awards dinner “MAME” celebrated the 45th year awards, on November 18th at the Sheraton Grand Hotel, downtown Sacramento with theme "academy awards" honoring the home building industry for the Sacramento region. A celebration with fellow home building professionals that honored marketing, design and the people that make things happen.
Sacramento Children’s Home Crisis Nursery LUXE FOR LIFE FundraiserSacramento Children’s Home Crisis Nursery LUXE FOR LIFE dinner and fundraiser was held at the California Railroad Museum in Old Sacramento on November 13, 2021. The Sacramento Children’s Home operates the county’s only Crisis Nursery. The mission is to prevent child abuse and neglect by providing support to families at times of crisis. The Sacramento Crisis Nursery is a family-strengthening program, where parents can bring their children ages 0-5 to one of two Sacramento nurseries for emergency childcare services or overnight care during difficult times.
MOSAC Science Museum Grand Opening and Ribbon CuttingMOSAC, Sacramento newest Science Center official Ribbon cutting and announcement that the center is now open to the public was on November 12th, SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity, or simply MOSAC The Science Museum off Richards Blvd was originally a power station from 1912. I was in awe of all the fun exhibits, theater and educational information for Adults and Children of all ages. A must see on your bucket list. More information.