Young Women Make History Among Boy ScoutsSome young women in the Sacramento area made history Saturday, as they were among the first girls in the country to become Eagle Scouts.
Long Waits For Folsom Lake Super BloomIf you were thinking of seeing the super bloom at Folsom Lake this weekend, be prepared to wait in a long line to get in.
'Coffee With A Cop' Event Welcomes BLM ProtestersOrganizers say it was a chance for the public to sit down with law enforcement officials for a one-on-one.
Driver Seriously Hurt In Fairfield Crash That Caused Power OutagePower has since been restored.
Man Charged With 5th DUI After Crash In West SacramentoA speeding driver who rear-ended a parked car in West Sacramento and left a man hospitalized with severe injuries was charged with his fifth DUI, police said on Saturday.
Changes to 'Good Conduct Credits' Could Put Inmates In Front of Parole Board SoonerChanges from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation could make it faster for people in prison to be released. The move has sparked conversation and controversy across the state.
Scott Peterson's Sister-In-Law Says She Has Evidence That Exonerates HimIt's another surprising twist in a case that has captivated the country for nearly two decades.
Evening Weather - 5/1/21Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
Arrest Made In Deadly Placerville Hit-And-RunThe collision happened on the night of April 23.
5 Hurt In Crash In Sacramento CountyThree children were among those injured.
Thousands Of California Inmates Eligible For Earlier ReleaseTens of thousands of California inmates, including violent and repeat felons, will be given the opportunity to leave prison earlier as the state aims to further trim the population of what once was the nation’s largest state correctional system.
Unbelievable Ending To Exhausting Search As At-Risk Man Is Found Safe In Sacramento CountyA man with late-stage dementia is back with his family after 48 hours of intense searching in Sacramento County.
Sacramento's Burger Patch ExpandsWhile many restaurants have struggled to stay alive during the pandemic, one Sacramento restaurant is expanding.
Security Guard Rescues Man Who Jumped From Second Story Of Burning BuildingFirefighters say one person was rushed to the hospital after a large fire tore through an apartment complex in Del Paso Heights early Friday morning.
Oroville Pair Followed Redding Woman Home From Casino, Violently Robbed Her, Sheriff SaysDeputies say a pair allegedly followed a Northern California casino winner home, then violently robbed her.
Power Restored After Car Crashed Into Fairfield Power PolePower has been fully restored, according to PG&E. Vanden road will be closed until around 8 a.m. Saturday due to still-downed power lines.
Homeless Fire In Sacramento Sparks Safety ConcernsNeighbors say drugs, fights and flames are plaguing their Sacramento neighborhood.
Parents Outraged At False Positive Tests That Left Rocklin Students In QuarantineParents in Placer County are demanding answers after false-positive test results from the state's troubled COVID-19 lab left students in quarantine for weeks.
Evening Weather - 4/30/21It's going to be a hot one!
Sac City Unified Parents Threaten To Sue School Board For Immediate Full-Time ReturnA group of Sacramento City Unified parents are threatening to sue the district's school board if students don't return full-time before the end of the school year.
Drop In Inmate Hand Crews As Cal Fire Hires 1,400 More FirefightersRetired firefighter Frank Moore has been around fires for decades. With the Campo Fire still burning in Calaveras County and widespread drought conditions, he worries we’re in a race against the clock with Cal Fire still in the middle of its hiring season.
Anderson Court Apartment Fire In Del Paso HeightsFirefighters say one person has been rushed to the hospital after a large fire tore through an apartment complex in Del Paso Heights early Friday morning.
Sacramento Pools, Water Parks Gear Up For Summer ReturnSummertime temperatures are already sneaking into the forecast, and that has people planning for pool season.
Prospective Tenants Being Charged $40 Fee To View Orangevale ApartmentsAn Orangevale renter said he was required to pay a $40 application fee, just to view an apartment. He says he doesn't think he should have to put down money just to see an apartment.