Sacramento Non-Profit Aims To Help Single Moms During HolidaysThe holidays, while happy, can also be a struggle. That's why non-profit Single Mom Strong kicked off the season putting single parents and their families first.
Firefighter Contain Structure Fire In Sacramento With Two Burn VictimsTwo people were burned in a structure fire on 41st Street, the Sacramento Fire Department said Friday night.
Black Lives Matter Mural In Sacramento Defaced; Hate Crime PossibleDetectives are investigating the vandalism of a Midtown Sacramento Black Lives Matter mural as a possible bias or hate crime.
Former California Union Leader Alma Hernandez Booked On Tax, Embezzlement ChargesThe former executive director of California's largest labor union was booked into jail Friday after she and her husband had their first court appearance on charges including tax fraud, embezzlement, perjury and failure to pay unemployment insurance taxes.
Sacramento To Celebrate Opening Of McKinley Park UpgradesPart of McKinley Park that has been closed for over a year is finally set to reopen on Friday with some new additions.
Sacramento Pays $11M To Settle 2018 Crosswalk Crash That Killed Woman Walking With GrandsonSacramento has paid $11 million to settle a lawsuit after a car hit a boy and killed his grandmother in 2018, one of the city's largest such payouts.
All Lanes Back Open After Police Activity Diverted Traffic Off Business 80 At Exposition BoulevardTraffic on both northbound and southbound was diverted off of Business 80 at Exposition Boulevard due to police activity Friday morning.
Supply Chain Issues Seep Into Sacramento-Area Small BusinessesThe region is seeing epic port congestion, supply shortages, a serious lack of truck drivers, and a price hike for both businesses and the consumer.
Aftershock Sets Record, Bringing In $30 Million To Sacramento EconomyAfter a two-year-long hiatus, the Aftershock Music Festival returned this year to Discovery Park bringing in a record-setting 145,000 fans.
California Ranked 3rd In New Study On 'Safest' States During COVID-19; Data Highlights Blue And Red State DivideA new study has ranked California as one of the safest states during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Man Taken To Hospital After Shooting In South NatomasA man has been taken to the hospital after a shooting in South Natomas early Thursday morning.
Sacramento City Unified School District Votes To Make COVID-19 Vaccine Mandatory For All Students, Staff weThe Sacramento City Unified School District is now requiring students 12 and up to get the COVID-19 vaccine sooner than the statewide mandate would take effect.
Salvation Army Urges More Sacramento Families To Sign Up For Holiday Gift-Giving ProgramThe Salvation Army says it can accommodate around 1,500 more Sacramento area families in need in its holiday assistance program.
California Bullet Train's Latest Woe: Will It Be High Speed?A new and fundamental debate has emerged in the battle over California's high-speed rail project that could again significantly downgrade the troubled effort: Should the trains even be high speed when the system launches?
Mel Rapton Honda Selling Dealership To New Ownership GroupA family-run business that's been in Sacramento for nearly 60-years is coming to an end. After nearly six decades, the owner of Mel Rapton Honda says she's ready to kick the tires on retirement.