Police: Ronald Seay Has A Pattern Of Threatening Librarians, Starting In St. LouisPolice say Ronald Seay, the man accused of shooting and killing a Natomas librarian last week, is responsible for making a series of threats against other librarians thousands of miles away in the St. Louis area.
How Did Suspect Smuggle 150 Lbs Of Pot From Sacramento To Boston?Allegedly trafficking 150 pounds of pot on a plane, three California suspects are now behind bars in Boston facing felony charges.
Retired Cop Allegedly Recorded Secret Sex Videos Of HousesittersA retired Vacaville police officer is now on the wrong side of the law.
'This Is Why I Go To The Gym,' Man Posts Video of Woman's Behind While Working OutA gym-goer is being criticized for taking a video of a woman working out, but is it a crime?
Teenage Girl Injured In Shooting Near Arden Fair Mall Police are investigating a shooting near the Arden Fair Mall that struck a teenage girl.
CHP Shares Emotional Video From Retired Trooper's Poem 'My Christmas Eve' In the spirit of the holiday season, the California Highway Patrol shared an emotional video with a powerful message for drivers.
Ceres Woman Accused Of Stealing Social Security Money Through Charitable OrganizationThe Department of Justice announced Tuesday that a Ceres woman was arrested and charged with 10 counts of mail fraud and one county of Conversion of Social Security benefits.
Steel Homes In California? Sacramento Company Looks To Fire Resistant TechnologyThe company got its start building shipping containers. Now it wants to go outside of the box, to a fire-resistant California.
Stockton Police, Knights Of Columbus Buy Jackets For Families In NeedStockton police officers are working to keep children around the community warm this winter with a little help from the Knights of Columbus.
Traffic Alert: Eastbound Travis Blvd. At Jefferson Street Closed For Gas Leak RepairEastbound Travis Boulevard at Jefferson Street will be closed until around 3 a.m., the Fairfield Police Department said.
Stockton Sports Teams Helping Shape Downtown LandscapeFine dining, theater and sports – lots and lots of sports — are helping change the Stockton landscape.
Legislators Taking Another Shot At Bills Vetoed By Governor Jerry BrownThe next legislative session begins January 7th, but lawmakers are already re-introducing bills vetoed by Governor Jerry Brown with hopes that Governor-elect Gavin Newsom will sign them.
Changes May Come To Motor Voter Program After Election IssuesCalifornia's Motor Voter Program may get an overhaul after a major glitch before the mid-term elections.
Police: Parolee Leads Officers On Chase, Damages Property In Roseville A 25-year-old parolee was arrested in Roseville early Monday morning after leading police on a short chase and damaging property, officers said.
Male, Female, Nonbinary Licenses Offered Starting January 1California driver's licenses and identification cards will have three gender options starting January 1.
Placerville Man Accused Of Attempted Murder After Shooting Girlfriend In BackA Placerville man is under arrest facing an attempted murder charge after detectives say he shot his girlfriend in the back.
Bill That Would Allow Later Last Call In California Revived After Gov. Brown VetoThe push to allow bars in some California cities to extend their “last call” to 4 a.m. is being revived.
Cinder The Bear, Who Was Burned In Wildfire Then Treated At Tahoe Nonprofit, Killed By HunterA bear cub found badly burned in a massive 2014 Washington state wildfire has been killed by a hunter.
Yemeni Mother Wins Visa Fight To See Her Dying Son At Oakland HospitalShaima Swileh will get on the earliest available flight out of Egypt, said Basim Elkarra, the executive director of CAIR's Sacramento Valley chapter.
Several Dogs Die After Fire At South Sacramento HomeA fire at a house that claimed the lives of multiple dogs in south Sacramento Tuesday morning is under investigation.
Former Sacramento Kings Player Kenny Thomas Buys $2K Of Toys For Underprivileged KidsFormer Sacramento Kings player Kenny Thomas is hitting the toy aisle this holiday season for children in need.
'There's Nothing I Could've Done': Carjacker Pulls Gun On Woman, Later Shot By DeputiesOfficials recovered a loaded semi-automatic handgun from the suspect and said he had a weapon holster on his waistband. A woman he was with was detained for questioning.
While Online Sales Soar, Brick And Mortar Stores Say Holiday Business Is BoomingJust a week before Christmas, the holiday shopping season is in full swing. While online sales are booming, some local stores say business is better than ever.
Holiday Shopping Hours From Christmas Eve To New Year's DaySpecial hours for local malls during the holidays.
Lodi Police Bust Second Honey Oil Lab In A Week, 11 ArrestedLodi Police arrested 11 suspects for manufacturing controlled substances Wednesday after investigating a building in the 1000 block of Black Diamond Way.
Fatal Crash Claims Two Lives On Riego Road At Highway 99 Two people are dead after a multi-car crash on Riego Road in Sutter County Monday, CHP confirms.
Turlock Middle School Mourns Student Killed By DUI SuspectStudents and faculty are turning to each other for emotional support after a 14-year-old student is killed in a deadly crash.
Family Blames Travel Ban Is Keeping Mother From Seeing Dying 2-Year-Old A Stockton family is blaming President Trump's travel ban for keeping a mother from seeing her gravely ill two-year-old son.
Police: Suspect Shot, Killed In Natomas Was A Parolee-At-Large From Prison SystemThe suspect in a shoplifting and carjacking incident in Elk Grove over the weekend was shot and killed by Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department deputies Monday afternoon.
Gov. Brown Names Longtime DMV Employee As Agency's Acting DirectorCalifornia's troubled department of motor vehicles will get a new leader Dec. 31.