Video Shows Street Vendor Harassed, Cart Kicked Over In South SacramentoEdith Baralles says she was attacked and harassed while just doing her job, selling snacks in a neighborhood near Franklin and 12th.
Sutter Health Secures Some, But Not All Second Doses After ShortageSutter Health says it’s secured some, but not all of the second vaccine doses needed to fully vaccinate 90,000 seniors and healthcare workers.
Crews Contain Large Fire At Stockton Homeless CampA massive fire broke out in a Stockton homeless camp Thursday morning.
1 Arrested After Shooting In Elk GroveElk Grove police are investigating a shooting that was reported in the area of Calvine and Elk Grove Florin Roads Thursday afternoon.
Second Nugget Market Opens In West RosevilleA second Nugget Market opened in the Roseville area and real estate experts say the development is proof that west Roseville is turning the corner in becoming its own community.
State Shifts Focus Of Vaccine Rollout To Prioritize Low-Income CommunitiesCalifornia is now allocating 40% of vaccine supply to low-income communities. It's a new curveball in an already rocky rollout for the coronavirus vaccine, as the state is striving for more equitable distribution.
'My Cousin Saved My Life': South Lake Tahoe Man Reflects On Surviving February AvalancheFor experienced skiers Kyle Johnston and his cousin Josh Daiek, President’s Day weekend last month on the backcountry slopes got off to a fun start but quickly made a turn for the worse.
City Plans To Remove Tree Whose Fallen Limb Killed Davis Woman At Slide Hill ParkCity officials plan to remove the tree whose falling limb killed a Davis mother at Slide Hill Park last week.
Elk Grove Woman Lived Through Japanese Internment, Stage-4 Breast Cancer – Now, She's Fully Vaccinated Against COVIDA 90-year-old Elk Grove woman who lived through Japanese internment camps during WWII and then went on to beat breast cancer is now fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.
2nd Suspect Still Sought In 2020 Killing Of 17-Year-Old Jaylen Betschart, Sacramento Police SayDetectives say they are still looking for another suspect wanted in connection to the shooting that left a 17-year-old Jaylen Betschart dead last year.
Employment Rose Among Those In Universal Basic Income Experiment In Stockton, Study SaysAfter receiving $500 per month for two years without rules on how to spend it, 125 people in Stockton paid off debt, got full-time jobs and reported lower rates of anxiety and depression, according to a study released Wednesday.
While Other States Loosen COVID Restrictions, Gov. Newsom Urges Californians To Double Up On MasksOn Thursday, Governor Newsom said California is not going to follow other states in completely removing mask guidelines.
Indoor And Outdoor Youth Sports Can Resume In California After Settlement; COVID-19 Case Rate Still The Determining FactorA group that had filed a lawsuit against California's COVID-19 restrictions against youth sports says they’ve reached a settlement that will allow all high school sports to resume across the state.
Suspect In Rural Fairfield Mail Theft ArrestedAuthorities say they have arrested a suspected Solano County mail thief.
Police Warn Of Fake Jewelry Scammer Roaming Woodland, Yolo CountyPolice are warning Woodland residents about a scammer who is selling people what he claims is gold, only for it to turn out to be fake.