Solano County CHP Officer Helps Free Baby Deer Whose Head Was Stuck In FenceA CHP officer recently helped a young critter that was stuck in a dangerous spot. 
Gas Station Manager Who Accidentally Sold 69 Cent Gas Raises More Than $24K On GoFundMeA GoFundMe page for the Rancho Cordova gas station manager fired earlier this month for accidentally selling 69-cent gas has raised more than $24,000, much of which will allegedly go toward repaying his former boss.
Oak Park Juneteenth Block Party Leaves Community Hopeful, EnergizedIn Sacramento's Oak Park a Juneteenth Block Party shutdown multiple city blocks for local vendors, food, and music to commemorate the federal holiday.
City Of Davis Launches New Efforts To Recycle Items Left Behind By Students For SummerIt's that time of year when college students are leaving school for the summer, but it's what they leave behind that's causing concern.
El Dorado County Fair Makes A Return After Being Cancelled For Two YearsThe fair started on June 16 and ends on June 19.
'An Honest Mistake': Rancho Cordova Gas Station Manager Fired For Selling 69 Cent Gas Receives Outpouring Of SupportAs of Thursday night, John Szczecina’s family’s GoFundMe account had received more than 800 donations for a total nearing the $20,000 figure listed as the goal.
Fund To Pay For Gas Station Clerk's Pricey Mistake Receives Thousands In DonationsA gas station clerk who was fired after accidentally setting the pumps to sell gas for 69 cents a gallon instead of $6.99 is well on his way to paying for his $20,000 mistake. 
'The Future Really Is In Our Hands': Sacramento Mayor Steinberg Announces New Regional Sports ComplexWhen Councilwoman Mai Vang came to Mayor Steinberg with a game plan to purchase 102 acres of federal land in south Sacramento and expand it to a regional sports complex, the city went for it.
Sacramento 1 Of 5 Cities To Win 2022 Water Conservation ChallengeThose who live in Sacramento can now be entered into contests to win prizes, including a water bill rebate.
Local Comedians Host Free Show In Support Of Mental Health AwarenessHealing through humor. It's tough these days for some to find laughter, but on Wednesday night, they did. Comedians are coming together with punchlines and a purpose to tackle mental health challenges.
Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Sacramento Kid With Down Syndrome Lives Out Dream Of Being A UPS DriverDrew Bausman loves UPS, and his mom says it’s because UPS delivers joy, which is fitting.
WATCH: 5-Year-Old Manteca T-Ball Player's Walk-Up Dance Goes Viral On TikTokA five-year-old Manteca little league player is going viral with his walk-up dance.
Mother Hailed A Hero After Children Survive Major Crash On Highway 99A mother is being touted as a hero after a near-deadly car crash on Highway 99 near Crows Landing Road over the weekend. 
Elk Grove Boy’s Lost Buzz Lightyear Toy Found On Flight Thousands Of Miles Away, Airline Creates Magical ReunionA two-year-old boy in Elk Grove and his favorite action figure are back together again after an unexpected adventure left them separated by thousands of miles.
Kimpton Sawyer Named One Of World's Top 500 HotelsThe Kimpton Sawyer Hotel in Downtown Sacramento has been named one of the top 500 hotels in the world by Travel + Leisure magazine readers. 
Why Does The Sun Make Us Happy?If you've been in a better mood over the past week, you might want to look towards to sky to say thanks.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Sees 'Brighter Days' Ahead Amid PandemicGov. Gavin Newsom delivered his State of the State address from Dodger Stadium, one of the country's largest vaccination sites, Tuesday evening.
Modesto Woman On Mission To Fulfill Dad's Dying WishA Modesto woman has been on a mission to fulfill her dad's dying wish, while he battles COVID-19.
Whitney High School's Broadcasting Program Takes National Top HonorsWhitney High School's broadcasting program recently received many awards for its student-produced newscasts and projects.
Philadelphia Teen Weighing College Options After Receiving Over 20 Acceptance Letters, More Than $1 Million In ScholarshipsDespite a very challenging end to her high school career, a Philadelphia senior is celebrating after she is accepted to 20 colleges and awarded $1 million in scholarships! CBS3’s Natasha Brown introduces us to Shanya Robinson-Owens.