Nightmare on Christmas Street: The Ripple Effect of Releasing Inmates Despite Red Flags and Empty Jail BedsThe Placer County Sheriff's Department says there is no room in the jails but jail records indicate that they're releasing dozens of inmates each week despite hundreds of empty beds. There are also concerns about who they're releasing and the ripple effect on public safety - and taxpayers.
Widower Of Slain Natomas Librarian Amber Clark Now On Mission For More Gun Safety LawsLife in prison. That is the sentence for the man convicted of killing Sacramento librarian Amber Clark as she left her Natomas branch in 2018. Now her widower, Kelly Clark, is speaking out with an emotional message and his new mission now that the trial is over.
Teen Arrested In Connection To Deadly Shooting In Yuba CityAn arrest was made in connection to the mid-April shooting death of a 19-year-old man in Yuba City, police said Monday.
1 Dead, 1 Hurt After Shooting In North SacramentoA homicide investigation is underway Monday following a shooting on Sacramento's north side.
2 Arrested In Deadly Double Shooting In TracyTwo teenagers were arrested in connection to a double shooting in Tracy that left one person dead, police said Thursday.
CHP To Pay $4M Over Officer Who Shot His Wife, Her Boyfriend Before Shooting HimselfThe California Highway Patrol has agreed to pay nearly $4 million to settle a lawsuit that said the agency was responsible for an officer who killed his estranged wife, wounded her lover and then killed himself in Amador County back in 2018.
Fired Sacramento Fire Chief Files $10 Million Wrongful Termination Claim, Alleges Deliberate Exposure to COVIDFired Sacramento Fire Chief Gary Loesch is seeking damages in excess of $10 million from the city in a wrongful termination claim, alleging the city manager deliberately exposed him to COVID-19 in an act of retaliation.
Former Executive Alan Hansen Sentenced To 8 Years For $1 Billion DC Solar Ponzi SchemeA former executive of a San Francisco Bay Area solar power company was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in prison and ordered to pay nearly $620 million in restitution for his role in a $1 billion fraud scheme, federal prosecutors said.
Man Accused Of Firing Shots At Sacramento Police Before Chase To Folsom Faces Charges In Separate Shooting From Same DayThe man accused of shooting at officers and leading a chase from Sacramento to Folsom in mid-April now faces additional charges related to a separate shooting that happened earlier that same day, authorities said Tuesday.
'There Was A Lot Of Panic': Off-Duty Vacaville Officer Speaks After Tackling Suspected Gunman At Fiesta DaysA TikTok video shows people running in fear following the shooting Sunday night.
Man Found In Car Intoxicated, Arrested For DUI In LodiA man was arrested in Lodi for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and for being in possession of various illegal drugs, said the Lodi Police Department.
2 Found Dead In Car In FresnoEarly Saturday morning, two people were found deceased in a vehicle, said the Fresno County Sheriff's Office.
Party At Carmichael Apartment Ends With Minor Shot DeadAuthorities are investigating after a minor was shot dead overnight at a party at an apartment complex in Carmichael.
Napa Man Pleads Guilty In Plot To Firebomb Democratic HQ In SacramentoA Napa County man pleaded guilty Friday to plotting to blow up the state Democratic Party’s headquarters in Sacramento in what prosecutors said was the first in a planned series of politically-motivated attacks after the defeat of former President Donald Trump.
Gun Control Or Mental Health Reform? UC Davis Researchers Say We May Be Focusing On Wrong ProblemAnger over inaction is now boiling over on gun violence and people are clashing over what needs reform: mental health or gun control?