Holiday Shoppers Back To Business After Deadly Arden Fair Shooting Killed 2 On Black FridayArden Fair reopened and holiday shoppers were back to business as usual, not even a full day after a deadly mall shooting killed two people on Black Friday.
Woman Hospitalized After Crowbar Attack In Stockton, Police SayA woman is in the hospital after being attacked by a man with a crowbar in Stockton, authorities said.
Stockton Police Engage In Standoff With Assault SuspectOfficers engaged in a standoff with an assault suspect on Saturday, the Stockton Police Department said.
Newsom Again Nixes Parole For Charles Manson Follower Leslie Van HoutenGov. Gavin Newson has reversed parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten, marking the fourth time a governor has blocked her release.
Travis AFB Medic Dies In Non-Combat Vehicle Incident In United Arab EmiratesA Travis Air Force Base medic died in a non-combat vehicle accident in the United Arab Emirates, the U.S. Department of Defense announced on Saturday.
Mobile Home Fire In Butte County Kills 1One person died after a mobile home caught fire in Butte County on Friday night, Cal Fire announced.
49ers Can't Practice, Play At Home For 3 Weeks Under New Santa Clara COVID RestrictionsThe San Francisco 49ers may need to find a temporary new home after Santa Clara County on Saturday banned all contact sports from holding games and practices for the next three weeks.
2 Teens Killed In Black Friday Shooting At Arden Fair MallTwo teenagers are dead after a shooting occurred at the Arden Fair mall on Friday evening, authorities said.
Witnesses Describe Chaos After Deadly Shooting Inside Arden Fair MallWitnesses working inside Arden Fair Mall said they heard multiple gunshots, then had to rush to get outside following a shooting that killed one person and injured another.
Rocklin Basketball Center To Hold Weekend Tournament Despite COVID Outbreak, County Health OrdersPlacer County has asked the Courtside Basketball Center in Rocklin to shut down after at least 30 positive coronavirus cases were linked to a youth basketball tournament at the facility.
Firefighters Answer More Calls Involving Homeless Camp Fires As Temperatures Remain LowThere's no doubt that many nerves are raw after a devastating and deadly fire season. Now as temperatures drop, there are increasing concerns with a rise in homeless camp fires.
Police Search For Assault Suspect After Chase In ModestoAuthorities are searching for a man who led officers on a chase and is accused of assaulting his girlfriend with a gun, the Modesto Police Department said.
Paintball Guns, Money Stolen During Burglary At Rocklin Paintball BusinessA Rocklin business owner said thieves stole thousands of dollars and nearly 20 paintball guns from his store on Thursday night.
Cashing In On Nature: Some 'Opt Outside' Instead of Shop on Black FridayThe inside of stores wasn't the only place to find people on Black Friday. Many people chose to #OptOutside, but it's more than a hashtag. The idea has significant mental health benefits.
Shoppers Flock To Roseville Galleria For Black Friday Amid PandemicTima and Micah were both eager to head to the Roseville Galleria hoping to find good Black Friday discounts but instead found themselves waiting in long lines just to get into shops.
Small Businesses Try To Stay Afloat Amid Pandemic, Holiday Shopping SeasonSacramento business associations are doing all they can to promote Small Business Saturday this year.
Man, 81, Killed By Car While Walking Bike In North Highlands; Driver Suspected Of DUIA driver suspected of being on drugs was arrested after he hit and killed an 81-year-old man who was walking his bike on a sidewalk in North Highlands, the California Highway Patrol said on Friday.
4-Year-Old Girl Drowns At Point Reyes National Seashore On ThanksgivingTragedy struck on Thanksgiving when a crashing wave swept a 4-year-old girl out to sea from a beach at Point Reyes National Seashore, causing her to drown, according to local fire officials.
Gov. Newsom Appoints New Head Of State's Troubled Recycling AgencyCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom has appointed a new head of the state's troubled recycling agency, who has pledged to overhaul its troubled bottle deposit system that has worsened during the pandemic.
CHP: Fatal Crashes, DUI Arrests Up From Thanksgiving Holiday 2019DUIs and fatal crashes during the Thanksgiving holiday are up over last year, according to the CHP.
1-Month-Old Modesto Infant's Death Being Investigated By PolicePolice are investigating the suspicious death of a 1-month-old Modesto infant.
Fire Breaks Out In Attic Of 2-Story Folsom HomeFirefighters responded to an attic fire in Folsom on Thursday. 
Man Dies After Car Leaves Road, Flips In Stanislaus CountyA man was killed Friday when his car drove off the road and flipped in Stanislaus County.
Roseville Galleria Says It Will Close Some Entrances If It Reaches CapacityWith shoppers flocking to malls and shopping centers on this Black Friday, police are warning that, due to social distancing rules, shoppers might have to wait their turn.
Nevada City Man Arrested For Allegedly Stealing Over $3,400 In Merchandise From Home DepotA Nevada City man was arrested for allegedly stealing items from a Home Depot right after he reportedly got into a stolen truck.
Black Friday Now Bleak Friday? 'Shopping Is Not Going To Be The Same Again'Abandoned parking lots, stacked shopping carts, and closed stores are making a new trend in the Sacramento region on the eve of what is typically the biggest shopping day of the year.
'Truly Unbelievable': Vacaville Couple Still Finds Reasons To Be Thankful After Losing Everything In FireIt's a Thanksgiving like no other for many who are still picking up the pieces from one of the worst fire seasons in state history.  Ken and Marci Albers lost more than a dozen classic cars and a house full of antiques when the LNU Lightning Complex fire ripped through Vacaville over the summer.
Top California Air, Climate Regulator Hopes To Head Up EPA Under BidenOver four decades, Mary Nichols has been the regulator behind some of the nation’s most ambitious climate policies and, in recent years, she’s been their staunchest defender against President Donald Trump's effort to dismantle them.
Black Friday Shoppers Wait In Line For Hours For Shot At Tiny Supply Of PS5 Or New XboxFrom Roseville to Natomas, it seems like PS5 is the top item on the top of the list for Black Friday Shoppers. 
Old Sacramento Hit-And-Run Crash Leaves Pedestrian InjuredPolice are looking for a hit-and-run driver after a crash in Sacramento early Friday morning left one person injured.

California

Gov. Newsom Appoints New Head Of State's Troubled Recycling AgencyCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom has appointed a new head of the state's troubled recycling agency, who has pledged to overhaul its troubled bottle deposit system that has worsened during the pandemic.
Top California Air, Climate Regulator Hopes To Head Up EPA Under BidenOver four decades, Mary Nichols has been the regulator behind some of the nation’s most ambitious climate policies and, in recent years, she’s been their staunchest defender against President Donald Trump's effort to dismantle them.
Democratic Fight Emerges Ahead Of Appointment To Fill Kamala Harris' Senate SeatA cross-country lobbying campaign for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris' Senate seat has pitted factions divided by race, gender and geography against one another and heightened internal tensions within at least one influential caucus on Capitol Hill.
California Sees Record-High COVID CasesCalifornia reported a record number of coronavirus cases Wednesday as Los Angeles restaurants prepared to close for three weeks and firefighters in Silicon Valley were being enlisted to enforce public health rules to try to halt the spread of infections.
Some California Counties Winding Down 'Project Roomkey' Hotels For HomelessSome California counties are pushing ahead with plans to wind down a program that's moved homeless people into hotel rooms amid the coronavirus pandemic despite an emergency cash infusion from the state aimed at preventing people from returning to the streets in colder weather as the virus surges.
Health Officials Plead For Californians To Avoid Thanksgiving GatheringsWith California desperately battling an out-of-control coronavirus surge, the state's health secretary is urging families to avoid gathering for Thanksgiving.

Politics

Democratic Fight Emerges Ahead Of Appointment To Fill Kamala Harris' Senate SeatA cross-country lobbying campaign for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris' Senate seat has pitted factions divided by race, gender and geography against one another and heightened internal tensions within at least one influential caucus on Capitol Hill.
California Assembly To Meet In Golden 1 Center For New SessionThe Assembly will be trading its California State Capitol chambers for the Sacramento Kings' arena when it kicks off the new session Dec. 7 in an effort to limit coronavirus spread.
Some California Counties Winding Down 'Project Roomkey' Hotels For HomelessSome California counties are pushing ahead with plans to wind down a program that's moved homeless people into hotel rooms amid the coronavirus pandemic despite an emergency cash infusion from the state aimed at preventing people from returning to the streets in colder weather as the virus surges.
GSA Tells Biden Team They Can Begin Formal Transition ProcessThe General Services Administration has told President-elect Joe Biden they're ready to start the formal transition process, allowing Mr. Biden access to key funding, office space, classified intelligence briefings and agency access, according to a letter GSA sent to reporters
Feinstein To Step Down As Top Judiciary Dem Amid CriticismCalifornia Sen. Dianne Feinstein announced on Monday that she will not seek her position as the top Democrat on the State Judiciary Committee during the next session of Congress.
GM Flips Sides With California In Pollution Fight With TrumpGeneral Motors says it will no longer support the Trump administration in legal efforts to end California's right to set its own clean-air standards.

Entertainment

Road-Trip Movie 'Sacramento' To Star Michael Cera, Maya Erskine And Michael AngaranoMichael Cera is set to join Maya Erskine and Michael Angarano in the leading roles of an upcoming movie titled "Sacramento," which will follow friends on a road trip from Los Angeles to the capital city, Deadline reported on Friday.
Metallica, My Chemical Romance, Limp Bizkit To Headline Sacramento’s Aftershock 2021While coronavirus has put a halt to pretty much all live events this year, Sacramento’s Aftershock festival organizers are looking to 2021 with an expanded lineup of hard rock heavyweights.
Serinda Swan On Her Character Dr. Jenny Cooper In The CW's 'Coroner': 'The Humanity Seen In Jenny Is Really Resonating With People'The star of The CW show The Coroner discusses the journey her character Dr. Jenny Cooper is going through in Season 2 and why it's resonating with so many people in the current moment.
One Day At A Time Stars Rita Moreno, Isabella Gomez On Show's CBS Premiere: 'What's Really Special Is It Takes On Very Difficult Topics, But Does So With Enormous Heart And Soul'Two of the stars of "One Day At A Time" discuss what audiences can expect from Season 4 premiering tonight on CBS.
Downtown Businesses Hopeful DOCO Theater Reopening Will Bring Life Back To K StreetDinner and movie is now a reality in Sacramento County as movie theaters are allowed to reopen and restaurants can offer dine-in with reduced capacity under revised COVID restrictions.
Newsom Wavers On Theme Park Opening Rules Amid PressureFacing mounting pressure to let theme parks such as Disneyland reopen amid the pandemic, California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday delayed new operating rules after industry leaders criticized his administration's initial plans.