Many Sacramento Area Businesses Will Keep Mask Requirements Despite Relaxed CDC GuidelinesThe CDC announced new freedoms to not wear a mask as long as you are fully vaccinated, but after more than a year of restrictions, many businesses won't be getting rid of their rules anytime soon.
Sacramento Police Release Video Of Violent Encounter With Officers But Decline InterviewThe Sacramento Police Department released recorded statements along with body camera video of a violent encounter that saw a father help officers detain his son.
High School Senior With Terminal Cancer Helps Raise Money For Others Battling IllnessesA Sacramento high school senior diagnosed with terminal cancer is using her uncertain future to spread happiness.
Person Killed In Crash On Highway 50 Near 59th Street In SacramentoAuthorities say a person has died after a crash involving multiple vehicles along Highway 50 in Sacramento early Wednesday afternoon.
Man Accused Of Stealing Sailboat And Getting It Stuck Under Tower BridgeIt’s a splash and dash. A man is under arrest, accused of boosting a large sailboat on the Sacramento River.
Fire Burns Multiple Mobile Homes In SacramentoSome Sacramento residents lost everything in a mobile home fire that quickly to four residences.
VIDEO: Man Steals Sailboat, Gets Stuck On Tower BridgeA man is facing charges after authorities say he stole a sailboat but couldn’t navigate under the Tower Bridge.
Weekly Capitol Mall Farmers Market Set To Return On June 16Downtown Sacramento’s farmers market is coming back.
Sacramento's Tower Cafe Appears Set To Reopen In JulyA beloved Sacramento institution appears set to reopen after being closed for over a year.
VIDEO: Crews Battle Broken Natural Gas Line Fire Under Road In SacramentoFire took over a homeless encampment along Tangerine Road in South Sacramento on Monday, and to make matters worse, it damaged a nearby natural gas line, compromising the nearby community.
NWS Sacramento Says It's Odd To See Back-To-Back Weekends Of Red Flag Warnings In Early May“We’re seeing our fuels, which are things like the grasses and things that can burn, are at record level dryness,” said Eric Kurth, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service Sacramento. “We’re seeing more of what we expect to see in June or maybe early July.”