Sacramento Loaves & Fishes Facing Bottled Water Shortage For HomelessTemperatures were in the mid-90s on Thursday and will go even higher this weekend. Loaves and Fishes says it needs the public’s health to prevent deaths from dehydration.
Clippers' Matt Barnes Asks For Help On Social Media To Find Sacramento Aunt's MurdererLos Angeles Clipper Matt Barnes sent out a plea to find the suspected killer of his aunt, Tanganyika Hoover through social media.
Sacramento Mom Fears Her Teen's Murder May Never Be SolvedThe moments leading up to 15-year-old Darron Lee, Jr.’s murder are a mystery his mother fears may never be solved.
California Prostitutes Win Victim CompensationCalifornia officials have voted to allow prostitutes to receive money from a victim compensation fund if they have been raped or beaten.
Court Date Set For Man Facing Revenge Porn Charges A San Diego man allegedly operated a revenge porn website so that he could extort money from victims.
California Prostitutes May Gain Victim Compensation If Attacked By Pimp Or JohnUnder the current system, those harmed in violent crimes can be paid for medical costs and related expenses, but prostitutes are excluded because their activities are illegal.
Sacramento Police Detain Person Of Interest Possible Homicide Near Crocker Art MuseumPolice received a call about a man down at around 7 p.m. on Wednesday night. When they arrived, they found a man in his 40s unresponsive.
Teenager Killed By Vehicle In SacramentoIt happened around Center Parkway and Mack Road at around 8 p.m. The teen wasn't in a crosswalk and the driver did not see her in time.
Sacramento Area Filipino Community Pitches In To Help Typhoon VictimsThe Filipino community here in Sacramento is organizing relief efforts to help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
Gun Groups Consider Recalls Of State Lawmakers Gun owners' groups are considering recall campaigns against five Democratic state lawmakers, including Assembly Speaker John Perez.
California Prisons To Change Pepper Spray Rules California prison officials said Wednesday that they will change the rules for using pepper spray on mentally ill inmates, as a federal judge considers whether current practices violate inmates' civil rights.