Butte County Officials Urging Families To Give DNA Samples In Effort To Identify RemainsThe Butte County Sheriff Department is harnessing the power of DNA in an effort to quickly identify human remains.
Burn Victims Escape Camp Fire But Have A Long Road To RecoveryAs the fast-moving Camp Fire ripped through neighborhoods in Butte County destroying everything in its path, only a small number of burn victims made it out alive. 
Animal Activists Target Dairy Farmers, Claiming Farms Mistreat Young Calves“We’ve been told that they are planning something or that they could be planning something, so to be vigilant.”
CHP Gives Holiday Travel Driving Tips In Wet WeatherRain is on the way and it’s just in time for one of the busiest travel days in the country.
Iconic Midtown Church Getting A Shiny New RoofSaint John's Lutheran Chuch has stood on the corner of 17th and L Street for more than a century. 
Crews Prep For Potential Mudslides, Flooding In Butte CountyAs much of Northern California prepares for the first big rainfall of the season, crews working in Paradise and Butte County are taking extra precautions. 
Call Kurtis Investigates: Grandma's Photos Vanish From The CloudA Roseville grandma is devastated, saying Verizon erased precious pictures of her family which she stored on the cloud.
Police Investigating 4 Reports Of Mountain Lion Sightings In RosevillePolice are investigating reports of a mountain lion sighting in Roseville recently. 
Police: Suspects Pay For Puppy With Counterfeit Money, Steal Owner's WalletCitrus Heights police said two suspects went to a victims house over the weekend to buy a puppy but walked away with the victim's wallet.
Firefighters Given Help To Cope With Devastation Of Camp FireFirefighters are the heroes on the front lines of major fires. The job can affect a firefighter’s mental health.
Rebuilding Paradise: Evacuees Return Home To Find Devastation, MiraclesRob Harrison was one of many evacuees allowed to return to Paradise for the first time Tuesday.  
San Joaquin County Crews Clear Leaves, Prepare For Heavy RainCrews with the San Joaquin County Public Works department are working around the community to make sure the expected rain that is moving into the area doesn’t cause a problem in neighborhoods.
Butte County DA Releases Dash Camera Footage From Officer-Involved Shooting The Butte County District Attorney's Office released dashcam footage from last week's deadly officer-involved shooting in the Camp Fire Evacuation Area. 
Sacramento Deadly Deputies Shooting Ruled As JustifiedThe DA's office on Tuesday released results of its review of the 2017 shooting of 32-year-old Mikel McIntyre.
Butte County Residents Get Free Admission To Crocker Art MuseumThe Crocker Art Museum is offering free admission to all Butte County residents affected by the Camp Fire.
Hoppy Brewing Company's Old Sacramento Location Is Now OpenHoppy's Railyard Kitchen & Hopgarden at the Old Sacramento Waterfront opened Tuesday.
Flickr Will Start Deleting Some Photos Unless You PayEarlier this month, Flickr announced it would allow members to only store 1,000 photos on its site, unless that member paid a yearly subscription fee. The fee would be $50.
Man, 56, Found Shot Dead In Hood Home; Suspect ArrestedA 33-year-old man has been arrested after a man was found shot dead in the small community of Hood Monday night.
Interior Secretary Zinke Blames 'Environmental Radicals' For Camp FireInterior Secretary Ryan Zinke blamed "environmental radicals" for the deadly wildfires in California, saying after he toured the damage from the Camp Fire that environmentalists stop forest management practices that could have prevented the fires.
PETA Protesters Gather Outside Opening Of New SeaQuest Aquarium In FolsomAn animal rights activist group is protesting the opening of a new interactive aquarium in Folsom, pushing for more scrutiny about its operations.
Investigation Into Hawaii Hospital Escape Wrapping UpThe Hawaii attorney general's office is wrapping up an investigation into the escape of man committed to a psychiatric hospital after being found not guilty by reason of insanity of a woman's 1979 killing.
Containment Of Camp Fire Up To 70 Percent As Rains ApproachFire officials say firefighters have gained ground against a Northern California wildfire that killed at least 79 people.
Suspect Caught, No One Hurt After Officer-Involved Shooting In West SacramentoPolice say no one was hurt after an officer-involved shooting in West Sacramento Tuesday morning.
PETA Supporters Expected To Protest Opening Of New Folsom AquariumA popular aquarium with locations nationwide is opening in Folsom, but not without controversy.
Officials Race To Find Remains Of Camp Fire Victims Before Rain Hits Northern CaliforniaIt’s a daunting task as hundreds of search crews from the National Guard, to coroner investigators, firefighters, and anthropologists rush to find the remains of wildfire victims. 
Sacramento Breweries Create New IPA For Camp Fire Relief FundSurvivors of the Camp Fire are still in need, as many of them have been left with nothing. Now several companies around the country are brewing up a solution: they’ll get to work on a new IPA and give the proceeds to those in need.
A Budding Sacramento Housing Solution Sparks Out Of Illegal Grow HousesSacramento may turn some addresses caught with illegal marijuana grows into affordable housing.
Sacramento Sheriff Investigating Homicide In HoodThe Sacramento Sheriff's Department is investigating a homicide that occurred Monday night near 4th Street and Hood Franklin Road in Hood. 
Trying To Detox From The Smoke? Experts Say Get Out Of Town And Stay HydratedThe best way to detox from this choking smoke? Officials say it's best to get away from the smoke altogether. 
Thanksgiving Day Travel May Be Wrecked By Much-Needed RainThe thick, unhealthy smoke in the air is going to be washed away by rain due to hit our area the day before Thanksgiving.