Two Injured After Light Rail Train And Car Collision In SacramentoTwo people were transported to the hospital after a train and car collision at Sproule Avenue and N. 12th Street in Sacramento, according to police. 
Mexican Man Who Said He’s A Trump Supporter Convicted Of Voter Fraud In CaliforniaA jury found a Mexican national who assumed an American's identity to vote in five federal elections guilty of voter fraud and identity theft.
Mayors Steinberg And Cabaldon To Announce Significant River Cats PartnershipThe Sacramento River Cats will be joined by West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon and Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg Friday evening at Raley Field to announce a partnership with an expanded focus on the greater Sacramento community.
NTSB To Investigate Sacramento Light Rail Train Crash That Left 27 People HurtAuthorities are investigating a crash that injured 27 people when Sacramento light rail commuter train struck a maintenance train.
27 Injured In Sacramento Train Collision, Derailment; 13 Transported to HospitalsAccording to Sacramento Regional Transit, a test train and a two-car passenger train collided on the tracks.
City Redevelopment Plans Could Cost Long-Time Businessman His StoreA long-time Sacramento businessman is protesting plans to build a controversial new road.
Hornet Drive Ramp Expected To Open In Time For First Day Of SchoolCaltrans expects to be completed with the Highway 50 Sac State ramp by Monday, just in time for the start of the new school year. 
Shots Fired Into South Sacramento Home Narrowly Miss Family InsideAn investigation is underway in after shots were fired into a south Sacramento home early Thursday morning.
Intoxicated Sacramento Woman Charged After Allegedly Biting, Kicking Officers At Airport A 31-year-old Sacramento woman was arrested and charged with assault Sunday after an incident at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport.
Vaccine Critic Cited After Pushing Sen. Richard Pan Near California State CapitolPolice have cited an anti-vaccine advocate for assaulting Senator Richard Pan in Sacramento in an incident all caught on video.
Sacramento To Turn Back On Red Light CamerasThe Sacramento County Supervisors have approved a two-year contract to turn 25 red light cameras back on.