Q&Answers: UC Davis Scientist Talks Biden Administration's Wildfire Prevention PlanThe Biden Administration is expanding efforts to prevent wildfires. The $50B plan will be used for things like controlled burns and clearing forests. A UC Davis scientist joined us to discuss the plan.
Getting Answers: Reducing The Wildfire RiskA wildfire crisis in the west: That is how the US government is describing the fire risk in western states.
Natomas Unified Moves Forward With Plan To Buy Part Of Sleep train Arena SiteUnder the agreement, which was unanimously approved by the school board Wednesday, the district would buy 12 acres to potentially build a new school.
Sacramento Detectives Make Arrest In May 2021 Homicide Of WomanPolice have made an arrest in the death of Michelle Benavidez, a 29-year-old woman whose body was found near a Sacramento light rail station last year.
RAW: Driver Crashes On Business 80 While Trying To Weave Through TrafficNew video shows the moments a driver crashed on the Capital City Freeway while trying to weave through traffic.
Thursday Noon Forecast - 1/20/22How strong will the winds get in our area? Jordan Segundo illustrates with a garbage can prediction.
Natomas Man Targeted By Gas ThievesA man came out of his apartment to find that thieves had drilled into his gas tank, removing the gas. A letter was left on the dashboard that read: "Tank is damaged do not drive."
California Ships Millions Of N95 Masks To SchoolsIn the Sacramento Unified School District, each teacher is getting 20 masks. Doctors say the tighter-fitting masks might take some time to get used to. They urge that students go outside to get fresh air as needed.
Omicron Variant Surging In All 50 StatesHealth official say Omicron is affecting people nationwide as it quickly spreads. According to a new study, there's a lower rate of infection who those who've had COVID but haven't been vaccinated than those who've been vaccinated by never had COVID. Still, health officials urge people to get up to date on their vaccinations.
Suspect Shot And Killed By Police At BART SFO StationPolice say the suspect had two guns when he was confronted by the officers. They tried to de-escalate the situation, but featuring for their lives, shot the man. A bystander was also shot in the leg. No word on that person's condition.
Thursday Morning Forecast - 1/20/22John Dabkovich delivers your out-the-door weather this morning for the Sacramento region.
Pedestrian Hit And Killed Near ElvertaThe CHP says a man was walking along Elverta Road near 16th Street when he was hit by car. He was taken to the hospital to be treated for his injuries but later died.
Truck Crashes Into Power Pole In Arden AreaThe truck was driving on Watt Avenue in the area of Hyde Way when the truck hit the pole and continued into a fence. About 1,200 people are in the dark.
Panicked Pup Finally Rescued After Months RunningIt looked like a daunting, never-ending task as a frightened puppy lost in the wilderness refused to come to rescuers.
Unmasked Crowd At High School Basketball Game Sparks School District InvestigationIt’s a game-time decision for the Yuba City Unified School District: whether to change the rules on who can attend indoor sporting events.
Retired Police Sergeant Accused In DUI Crash That Injured WomanAn alleged drunk driver who caused a violent Tuolumne County crash was a retired police sergeant.
Viral Challenge Goes Wrong In LodiMultiple Lodi High School students were sent to the hospital after participating in a social media trend called the "One Chip Challenge," the school's principal confirmed Wednesday.
Concerns Grow Over Demand Of Covid-19 Home TestsCalifornians are rushing to get theirs but can the US Postal Service keep up with demand?
Evening Forecast - 1/19/22Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
Getting Answers: What Is Campus Of Hope?Could a one-stop concept solve homelessness in Placer County?
Call Kurtis: Kitten Dies In Kitty LitterA Sacramento family blames the death of their kitten on a bucket of kitty litter. They want to warn others about the dangers of the bucket’s flip-top lid.
Emergency Medical Workers Voice Concerns Over Long ER Wait Times At Capitol HearingFirst responders at the California State Capitol on Wednesday blasted hours-long wait times to transfer patients to emergency rooms.
Sacramento City Unified Appoints New Race And Equity LiaisonThe district has created a new position to combat racism at all of its campuses.
Natomas Unified To Vote On Plan To Buy Portion Of Sleep Train Arena SiteThe district is voting on a $6 million plan to buy a portion of the site.

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