Governor Declares Excess State Property Open For Homeless, But One Property Remains Behind Locked GatesGovernor Newsom referenced hundreds of state properties he wanted to immediately open for use as temporary shelters, but are they ready?
Paraglider Gets Trapped In Power Lines For Three Hours Before Being Safely RescuedA paraglider was safely rescued after a training flight gone wrong near the Yuba County airport Wednesday.
California's Solar Mandate May Not Require One On Every RoofWhen California finalized the nation's first sweeping rooftop solar mandate for new construction last year, advocates pictured a utopia of all homes being built with solar panels, turning the clunky panels into the new norm to help the state achieve carbon neutrality.
Man Accused Of Stealing Alcohol From Foresthill Market, Assaulting Employee ArrestedA 20-year-old Sacramento man has been arrested in connection to a Foresthill grocery store robbery on Feb. 3. 
Some Of Sacramento's Homeless Youth Say Cabins Geared Toward Them Provide Hope And ShelterTiny homes could be a big relief to a specific group of Sacramento's homeless population.
California Governor Seeks To Expand Involuntary TreatmentGov. Gavin Newsom wants to make it easier for the government to force psychiatric treatment for people with mental illness and expand statewide a still-developing test program that allows officials to more easily take control over those deemed unable to care for themselves.
FBI Investigating Suspicious Death Case Of 11-Year-Old Roman LopezIt's been more than five weeks since 11-year-old Roman Lopez was found dead in Placerville.
Masked Would-Be Robber Targets Student In Heart Of Sac State CampusPolice are warning students about an attempted robbery that was reported on the Sacramento State University campus Wednesday morning.
CDC: 12 Patients Being Tested For Coronavirus At Northern CA Hospitals; No New Cases ConfirmedThe CDC confirmed Wednesday there are 12 patients currently being tested for the coronavirus at Nothern California hospitals.
New Suspect In 1985 El Dorado Hills Murder Case Appears In Juvenile CourtThe man newly charged in a decades-old murder case made his first court appearance in El Dorado County on Wednesday. 
Mental Health, Homelessness At Forefront of Newsom's State of the StateNewsom said this is a crisis than can’t be solved overnight or even over the span of a year.