Nearly $50,000 In Bull Semen Stolen From Turlock TruckThe bulls’ highly valued semen is collected two to three times a week and shipped to farms in California and across the world for the purpose of impregnating cattle.
Snowboarder Who Caused Avalanche At Sugar Bowl Insists He Did Nothing WrongThe video went viral, but what Christian Mares didn’t expect was for his survival skills to catch the attention of resort owners and law enforcement.
A Look Back At the Obituaries From December 2015This month's list features a Nobel Prize winner (Alfred Gilman), a two-time near-Supreme Court Justice (Arlin Adams), and a high-flying luchador (Lizmark).
Year In Review: The Top 100 News Stories Of 2015 On CBS Sacramento, 25-1As the new year approaches, we’re taking a look back at the most popular stories on CBS Sacramento in 2015.
Year In Review: The Top 100 News Stories Of 2015 On CBS Sacramento, 50-26As the new year approaches, we’re taking a look back at the most popular stories on CBS Sacramento in 2015.
Year In Review: The Top 100 News Stories Of 2015 On CBS Sacramento, 75-51As the new year approaches, we’re taking a look back at the most popular stories on CBS Sacramento in 2015.
Stockton Shopping Center With Small Businesses Drawing Big CrowdsA Stockton shopping center is drawing big crowds and it's primarily made up of small businesses.
Year In Review: The Top 10 News Stories Of February 2015 On CBS SacramentoA look back on the Top 10 stories of February 2015 on CBSSacramento.com
Drug Trial Brings Hope Of Slowing Spread Of Alzheimer's DiseaseThe reach of the disease is staggering according to the Alzheimer’s Association, which says more than 5 million people in the United States have the disease.
A Grinch, Flintstones, And 911 Pocket Dialing: Bizarre Thefts In And Around SacramentoThere are plenty of criminals lurking in the Sacramento area waiting to strike. While some thieves carry out their acts without a trace, others' clumsiness or bad luck lands them behind bars. Here are just a few memorable incidents in our region.
How Can You Spot The Right Dog For You, And How Can You Get It To Obey?Whether you’re walking 30 dogs at once or one dog, the human needs to be in control. Sometimes that’s easier said than done.
Field Of Dashed Dreams: How Sacramento Tried To Lure The Raiders And Athletics To TownLong before the Sacramento River Cats were a hit, developers swung for the fences where jackrabbits now roam on an expansive lot north of Sleep Train Arena.
Nextdoor Helped Community Organize In Wake Of Fast-Moving Valley FireThe startup was put to the test in a small town in Lake County. During the Valley Fire this summer, telephone lines went up in flames. But people still had the web.
Sacramento State Student Recovering From Tapeworm In His BrainHis brain is still recovering after doctors performed a surgery for a diagnosis no one would have expected.
20 Years Later, Refrigerator Lady's Murder Still Baffles San Joaquin County InvestigatorsThey had a wide approximate age, between 29 and 41 years old, and they could tell she died from blunt force trauma to the head.