Gov. Gavin Newsom formally apologized Tuesday and pushed the state to reckon with California's dark history of violence, mistreatment and neglect of Native Americans, saying it amounted to genocide. (6/18/19)
Deputies Warn Lake Tahoe Tourists About Cornering Bears For PhotosLaw enforcement officials in the Lake Tahoe area would like tourists to remember the saying “don’t poke the bear.” Katie Johnston reports.
'Midtown Made' Block PartyTomorrow is the "Third Thursday Midtown Made" block party.
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Lunch Break: Live From the California State FairOur produce man Michael Marks always has the best deals in seasonal fruits and veggies.
Bomb Squad Training In West SacramentoRiver City High School is the scene of a regional bomb squad training.
Man Suspected In Several Tracy Area Vehicle Thefts ArrestedAuthorities say a wanted felon arrested In Tracy on Tuesday is suspected in several recent vehicle thefts.
RAW: Fire At Building On Freeport BoulevardFirefighters are battling flames at a building in south Sacramento.
Deputies Rescue Kitten Left Behind By Momma Cat Who Ran From Controlled Burn In Suisun CityA little kitten who was left behind by its momma running away from a controlled burn has a new home thanks to the quick work of some deputies. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Who Worked As Youth Sports Coach In Solano County Charged With Dozens Of Counts Of Child MolestationA former Solano County youth sports coach faces 32 felony charges related to child molestation.
Snow Melt Is Filling Up Lake TahoeThe lake level has risen dramatically, leading to a shortage of available beaches.
Push To Keep Workers Safe As Temperatures Climb In CaliforniaLawmakers are pushing for new legislation to keep people safe at work.
Active Shooter Training Happening In WheatlandIt will be happening between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.
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Morning Forecast - July 17, 2019Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this week.
Sacramento's Rocket ManMany people have forgotten that Sacramento played a critical role in putting a man on the moon 50 years ago. Some of the rockets used in the Apollo program were built and tested in the region. (7/16/19)
Officials Warning Thrill Seekers To Heed Danger SignsA 17-year-old girl was injured jumping from the Ponderosa Bridge. (7/16/19)
Avoiding "The Big One"Multiple quakes hit across California on Tuesday. All of them were a 3.5 magnitude or greater. But one area is significantly safer than the rest of the state. (7/16/19)
Gated Community Debates Free Speech After Residents Fly Trump Flags In 4th Of July ParadeThe Rancho Murieta community is considering changing the rules for political signs after the board says it received complaints. (7/16/19)
Pool Expert Gives Tips To Prevent ElectrocutionMiller said if you’re not sure if your lights are hooked up correctly, be sure to cut the circuit until you can get it checked out. (7/16/19)
4.3 Quake Shakes Northern CaliforniaThe quake was felt by some Stockton residents Tuesday afternoon. (7/16/19)
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Dies At 99John Paul Stevens, the bow-tied, independent-thinking, Republican-nominated justice who unexpectedly emerged as the Supreme Court's leading liberal, died Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, after suffering a stroke Monday. He was 99.
Evening Forecast - July 17, 2019Temperatures are dropping as we head into the weekend.
Mom Arrested After Shots Fired In Sacramento Apartment ComplexPolice released a mugshot of the woman they say fired shots inside an apartment on La Riviera Drive while her three kids were inside. She’s been identified as Kathy Miller. (7/16/19)
Parents Of Girl Electrocuted Speak Out. McKenzie Kinley, a nine-year-old girl originally from Loomis, was in a residential pool on Sunday when a light in the pool somehow malfunctioned. (7/16/19)
Young Girl Electrocuted In Swimming PoolCitrus Heights police said a little girl, just shy of her tenth birthday, died after she was apparently electrocuted when a pool light malfunctioned. (7/16/19)
Woman Arrested After Firing ShotsA large law enforcement presence is at an apartment complex after deputies heard shots fired Tuesday morning. (7/16/19)
Bay Area Quake Felt In StocktonAn earthquake with a preliminary 4.3 magnitude has rattled parts of the San Francisco Bay Area. There are no immediate reports of damage. (7/16/19)
7/16/19 PM Digi-CastGetting cooler for the end of the week!
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