'Occupy Oakland' Turns ViolentCiting violence and filthy conditions, Oakland Police closed down Occupy Oakland Monday night, resulting in several protester arrests. The situation has remained tense since then.
President Obama In San FranciscoSeveral hundred demonstrators tried to give President Barack Obama a rowdy, San Francisco-style greeting but were corralled far away behind police barricades when his motorcade arrived at a downtown hotel for a fundraising stop.
Ski Resorts Making Snow!With the ski season just around the corner, Boreal sent these photos of their recent snowmaking operations.
Dalene Carlson Murder CaseStockton Police have arrested Jason Gilley for the murder of Dalene Carlson after her body was found near Escalon on Monday, October 17, 2011.
Sacramento Area Haunted SpotsAuthor Dennis William Hauck has made a career of finding haunted locations all over the world. He’s written “Haunted Places: The National Directory” and others focusing on the supernatural world.
Loomis BearsLoomis resident Jim Paclik shot these photos of a mother black bear and three bear cubs.
Cold Case: Father And Son KilledSacramento County Sheriff's deputies have arrested a suspect in the 2007 murders of a father and his baby.
Remembering Al DavisThe Oakland Raiders say longtime owner and Hall of Famer Al Davis has died. He was 82. Davis was one of the most important figures in NFL history. He is best known as a rebel who established a team whose silver-and-black colors and pirate logo symbolized his attitude toward authority, both on the field and off.
Occupy SacramentoProtesters gathered Thursday in Cesar Chavez Park in Sacramento for Occupy Sacramento.
Terminal B ArtworkSee some of the artwork on display at the new Terminal B.
October Storm!It's only October 5, but it looks like Winter!
Central Terminal BSee photos from the new Terminal B at Sacramento International Airport.
San Francisco To Russia On A Sea-DooSacramento resident Steve Moll and his team rode their Sea-Doos from San Francisco to Russia for a new reality show "Dangerous Waters".
Taylor Swift In Sacramento
Sacramento Tweets The Screamer IncidentLocal residents turned to Twitter when they found the ride known as the "Screamer" had fallen down. Here are some of their tweets.
Bay Bridge ExpansionThe Bay Bridge's East Span is the longest self-anchored suspension span in the world. The new bridge segment is scheduled to open in 2013.
Tea Party Express Kicks Off Fifth TourThe Tea Party Express kicked off its fifth annual national tour Saturday with a rally in California's wine country before heading east through 19 states.
Sugarland At Raley FieldThe country band Sugarland played before a big crowd at Raley Field in West Sacramento on Aug. 25.
RV Sparks Blaze Near Yosemite National ParkAn RV fire spread to nearby vegetation just outside of Yosemite National Park.
Gas Tanker Fire In LincolnA three-mile square area of the Placer County town of Lincoln was evacuated after a rail car carrying propane caught fire.
Fiery Crash Shuts Down Part Of Highway 99 In CeresA big rig accident at southbound Highway 99 and Hatch Road closed lanes in both directions of the highway near Ceres this afternoon, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Yosemite: Beautiful and DangerousYosemite National Park rugged beauty is considered by many as one of the most beautiful destinations in North America. But it's also dangerous.
Dave Bender's Dog Days of SummerSummer is here in full swing. Share pictures of your dog cooling off, and Dave Bender might show it on air!