Crowds Celebrate July 4th Across Sacramento Region As State Eases Out Of PandemicThe bombastic bright colors of fireworks for the Fourth of July can make anyone feel like a kid again.
Front Street Shelter Waives Pet Reclamation Fees For 1 Year As Surge Of Lost Animals Expected After Fourth Of JulyThe Front Street Animal Shelter said it is waiving fees to reclaim pets for an entire year as it anticipates a large number of lost animals following the Fourth of July weekend.
Electric Scooter Rider Fatally Struck By 2 Vehicles On Business 80A 21-year-old Sacramento man riding an electric scooter on Business 80 died after being struck by multiple vehicles early Saturday, the California Highway Patrol said.
Diocese Of Sacramento Welcomes Back Parishioners For Services At Full CapacityThe Catholic Church is now holding services at full capacity. After more than a year of pandemic restrictions, the Diocese of Sacramento put out the call this Sunday for its parishioners to come back.
Illegal Fireworks Task Force Begins Patrolling Sacramento Neighborhoods Ahead Of Fourth Of JulySacramento's new illegal fireworks task force is now patrolling neighborhoods looking to seize dangerous items on city streets.
Child Care Providers March In Sacramento Pushing Gov. Newsom For Higher PayHundreds of child care providers in Sacramento marched Thursday outside the California State Capitol demanding higher wages, a topic that appears to be the final sticking point in budget negotiations between lawmakers and Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Texas-Based Photographer Captures Sacramento Couple's Proposal, Calls On Twitter To Track Them DownFrom Texas to Sacramento with love. A Texas-based photographer made it her mission to track down a Sacramento couple after capturing their engagement in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Paratransit: New Rental Car Service For People With Disabilities In SacramentoMany rental companies sold off their cars during the pandemic since no one was renting them. For people living with disabilities, there is a little-known option to rent a car in Sacramento.
Events Around Sacramento Celebrate First Nationally Recognized JuneteenthThere were calls for not only action but reflection, bringing both joy and determination in the fight for progress.
Sacramentans Notice Earthy-Tasting Tap Water Sooner Than NormalSmelly, earthy-tasting tap water is taking over the Sacramento region.
Californians Fete First Federally Recognized Juneteenth With Street Parades, FestivalsCalifornians across the state, including in Sacramento, celebrated the first federally recognized Juneteenth this weekend.
Record-Breaking Temperatures Posted Around Sacramento Region FridayMultiple areas around the Sacramento region posted record-high temperatures on Friday.
Steinberg, 10 Other U.S. Mayors Commit To Develop Reparations Pilot ProjectsEleven U.S. mayors, including Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, have pledged to pay reparations for slavery to a small group of Black residents in their cities, saying their aim is to set an example for the federal government on how a nationwide program could work.
'Major Puzzle Piece To The Future Of Our City': New Medical School And Trauma Center To Be Built At Sleep Train Arena SiteA medical school’s battle to build is bringing new jobs to Sacramento.
Sacramentans Brace For Excessive Heat With Triple Digit Temps Expected This WeekAs the region is hit by another heatwave, people were hitting Sacramento area pools to stay cool, but health officials are warning of the dangers of high heat.