World's Strongest Man Tough Enough To Stand Against PandemicA true test of physical and mental strength is able to stand the test of the pandemic. The World's Strongest Man competition is making a comeback in Sacramento June 15-20.
Body Of Man Who Disappeared After Jumping Into Sacramento River From Houseboat Found Near AirportThe body of a man who went missing after jumping from a disabled houseboat into the Sacramento River on Wednesday night was found this weekend in the water near Sacramento International Airport, officials said on Sunday.
Private Pool Rentals: Hosts Turn Splash into Cash As Swimply App Expands To SacramentoYou've heard of vacation rentals but what about paying to take a dip in a stranger's pool? An app that was started two years ago is expanding into the Sacramento area giving you a chance to use someone else's pool – as if it was your own.
'It's Phenomenal': Custom Bikes Help Kids With Limited MobilityNorthern California's Shriners Hospital for Children has a BikeFit program helping patients with limited movement. Each bike is custom-made to fit the patients' individual needs and abilities.
'Like Some Sea Creature From The Deep': Vampire Fish Making Comeback To American RiverA strange underwater creature known as the vampire fish is making a comeback to the American River.
San Juan Unified To Return To Traditional 5-Day Schedule For 2021-22 School YearSan Juan Unified will return to a traditional 5-day-a-week, full-day schedule when students return from summer break, the district said in a letter to families Thursday.
The Cost Of Defensible Space: Growing Problem Arising From Downed TreesA growing problem in California is what to do with all the logs, clippings and brush associated with clearing defensible space or downed dangerous trees.
Israel, Hamas Conflict Hits Close To Home For Some SacramentansAs the conflict continues between Israel and Hamas, the violence hits home for several people in the Sacramento region whose families are caught in the crossfire.
Combatting COVID: More Sacramento Area School Districts Launch Vaccination Sites On CampusesMore and more Sacramento area school districts are signing on to help vaccinate younger teens, in an effort to boost numbers on the way to herd immunity.
Local Leaders Rally In Sacramento For Police DisinvestmentA coalition of local leaders held a rally Tuesday demanding change to the City of Sacramento's budget. Their target is the police department.
Protesters March In Sacramento In Support Of Palestinians Amid Israeli ConflictProtesters marched in downtown Sacramento Friday in support of Palestinians amid a deadly flare-up of violence with Israel.