Serial Rapist Set To Be Released In Sacramento Later This MonthThe victim of a violent serial rapist was forced to relive her nightmare after finding out the man who attacked her will be released from prison later this month.
Sacramento Hires Company To Exterminate Rats At Future Home Of Fire StationThe city of Sacramento said it began exterminating more than a hundred rats after discovering an infestation in a vacant lot where a new fire station is slated to go.
Sacramento Man Faces 20 Year Prison Sentence After Punching Court Security Officer In FaceA man was indicted by a federal grand jury today for assaulting a court security officer outside of the United States Federal Courthouse in Sacramento, announced the district attorney's office.
Man, 26, Facing Homicide Charge After Fatal Hit-And-Run In SacramentoA 26-year-old man is now under arrest after investigators found he allegedly hit and killed someone on purpose with his car.
Thieves Ransack Midtown Sacramento Home That Caught FireA Midtown Sacramento fire victim says crooks ransacked her torched home.
Skin Cream Altered With Mercury Puts Woman In ComaSacramento County said this is the first reported case of "methylmercury" poisoning of this type linked to skin cream in the United States.
Overcoming Series Of Medical Setbacks, Sacramento Woman Is Determined To Hike Camino De SantiagoA series of setbacks is not stopping a Sacramento woman who is determined to take a strenuous trip through Spain this month.
Hotels May Be Banned From Giving Guests Small Bottle Of Shampoo, Soap, LotionCalifornia's proposal to ban hotels from giving out small plastic bottles of soap, shampoo, conditioner and lotion faced a tough challenge on Monday but did ultimately pass the full Assembly. The bill now goes to Governor Newsom to sign or veto.
Landlords Could Be Required To Give More Notice When Raising RentCalifornia could require landlords to give tenants more notice if they plan to raise the rent.
Tainted Skin Cream Imported From Mexico Leaves Sacramento Woman In Semi-Comatose StateHealth officials say a Sacramento woman has been left in a semi-comatose state after using a tainted skin cream product.
Front Street Animal Shelter To Be Open 7 Days A WeekFront Street Animal Shelter will soon be open seven days a week.
Governor To Decide If Businesses Selling DMV Appointments Are 'Innovative' Or 'Predatory'Wait times at DMV offices statewide are down to an average of 20 minutes for people with appointments; however, getting an appointment at a field office can be a challenge.
Will Governor Newsom Sign Bill Requiring Full-Day Kindergarten Statewide?California may need to spend hundreds of millions of dollars in order to offer full-day kindergarten in every school district in the state.
Gov. Newsom Signs Bill Banning Schools From Suspending Students For 'Willful Defiance'Governor Newsom signed the bill into law Monday. It will go into effect July 1, 2020.
Developers Argue Too Much Red Tape In Way Of Affordable HousingThe city of Sacramento says there isn't enough affordable housing, but two developers argue too much red tape is getting in the way.