Sgt. Nicole Gee Of Sacramento To Be Awarded Congressional Gold Medal PosthumouslyThe Senate on Wednesday unanimously passed a bill that would award the Congressional Gold Medal to 13 US service members killed in a terrorist attack outside Kabul's airport—among them is Sgt. Gee of Sacramento.
'A Marine's Marine': Family, Friends Remember Hometown Hero Marine Sgt. Nicole GeeThe life of Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee—who was killed while helping to evacuate thousands in Afghanistan last month—was celebrated in a memorial service in Roseville on Saturday. Family and friends spoke out about Gee's life and said she died doing what she loved.
Memorial Service For Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee: What You Need To KnowThe memorial service for fallen U.S. Marine Sgt. Nicole Gee will be streamed live at 11 a.m. Saturday, here on CBSSacramento.com.
Thousands Of Afghan Refugees Flee Kabul, Hundreds Land In SacramentoCalifornia is projected to take in more Afghan families—all fleeing the dangerous situation in Kabul—than any other state.
'Violence Was Going On Everywhere': Chaos Corners Sacramento Family In KabulThe violence surrounding the Kabul airport is now forcing a Sacramento mother to hunker down with her four children as she desperately tries to get home to her husband.
Amid Deadly Terror Attack In Kabul, Sacramento Families Scramble To Bring Relatives To USSacramento business owner Ahmad Samir shared a snapshot of nine family passports. They are all members of his family stuck in Afghanistan, desperate to leave Taliban-controlled Kabul.
Sacramento Mother Pleads For Help From Kabul AirportA Sacramento family, including a mother and her four children, were desperately pleading for help to get out of Afghanistan. They have been stuck in Kabul since the Taliban takeover.