Officers Involved In Stephon Clark Shooting To Return To Active DutyThe officers involved in the shooting of Stephon Clark will return to full, active duty. 
Police Arrest Felony Assault Suspect Barricaded In Southeast Sacramento HomePolice said the suspect was safely taken into custody around 5:40 p.m. 
Sacramento Police Officer Seen On Video Pointing Gun At Driver During Traffic StopThe Sacramento Police department confirmed the incident happened last year on the city's north side but declined further comment.
City To Pay $2.4 Million To Stephon Clark's Children, Court Documents SayCourt filings revealed Thursday that the city of Sacramento agreed to pay Stephon Clark's children $2.4 million.
Raley's On Folsom Boulevard Opens Police Post Inside StoreA local grocery store is teaming up with law enforcement to address safety concerns in their neighborhood. 
Sacramento Police Change Policy For Reporting Racial ProfilingA new police policy on racial profiling is emerging for Sacramento.
37-Year-Old Man Fatally Shot Near Seavey CircleSacramento police say a 37-year-old was shot and killed in the area of 5th Street and Seavey Circle Friday night.
Police Release Video From In-Custody Death Of Golden 1 Center Trespassing SuspectPolice released surveillance footage of the Golden 1 Center security officers tackling a trespassing suspect at the beginning of July. 
Man Convicted Of Assaulting A Police Officer Faces Up To 35 Years33-year-old Artavious Coleman faces up to 35 years in prison after being convicted Thursday of assaulting a police officer, resisting a police officer with force, making criminal threats, and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
South Sacramento Traffic Stop Leads To Seizure of Handguns, Drugs And CashA recent South Sacramento traffic stop ended with an arrest made as officers seized three pounds of marijuana, codeine syrup, a handgun and large amounts of cash.
Scammers Using Tara O'Sullivan's Death To Create Fraudulent GoFundMe PagesFraudulent GoFundMe pages are popping up, targeting people who want to donate in honor of fallen officer Tara O’Sullivan.