4,000+ Sac State Students Miss School’s COVID-19 Vaccination Proof DeadlineMore than 4,000 Sacramento State students have not met the school’s new COVID-19 vaccine certification deadline, officials say.
Monster Jam Set To Return To Sacramento In January 2022Monster Jam is coming back to the Golden 1 Center come 2022.
Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg Tests Positive For COVIDSacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg on Saturday announced he tested positive for COVID-19 this week.
20 Years Later: Sacramento Chaplain Who Served At Ground Zero Says She Was 'Born To Do It'As flights across the country were grounded on September 11, a local chaplain boarded a military cargo plane bound for New York, to help counsel first responders at ground zero.
Watch: Lightning, Thunderstorms Seen All Over Valley OvernightThunderstorms rolled over Northern California overnight Thursday into Friday, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a Red Flag Warning.
Friends and Family Mourn Land Park Woman Killed In Her Own HomeIt was a goodbye no one was prepared for as hundreds of Land Park community members gathered for a memorial Thursday in honor of their neighbor and friend Kate Tibbitts, who was killed inside her home.
Sacramento's Farm-To-Fork Festival Returns After Pandemic HiatusOne of Sacramento’s most popular events is back after a year-long pandemic hiatus.
Sacramento Woman Comes Face To Face With Burglar During Brazen Break-InA Sacramento woman was working from home last week when she got an unwelcomed visitor at her door. It was a brazen break-in in broad daylight she'll never forget.
20 Years Later: Sacramento Firefighter Recalls Search For Survivors On 9/11When planes hit the World Trade Center nearly 20 years ago this week, thousands of people ran from Manhattan to escape the collapse. But first responders, including a Sacramento firefighter, ran toward the danger to search for survivors.
New Efforts Made To Protect American River Parkway From FiresOn Wednesday, Sacramento County supervisors approved spending more money to prevent blazes from breaking out—and the funding even includes purchasing some new eyes in the sky.
September Sizzle: Are Sacramento Summers Getting Hotter and Longer?No matter how ready some may be for fall, Sacramento is feeling the heat this week with triple-digit temperatures in September.