College Student From Elk Grove Says Savings Vanished Over Fraudulent Zelle PaymentsHe's out nearly $5,000 and called Kurtis to investigate.
Modesto Family Escapes AfghanistanA Modesto family of nine is telling their story of survival after one of them didn't make it out of Afghanistan alive. A night at home hasn't felt this good, or more importantly, this safe in months.
Labor Leader Due In Court Friday For Tax Fraud, Embezzlement ChargesLabor leader Alma Hernandez resigned after she and her husband Jose Moscoso were named in the criminal complaint.
Suspect Arrested, Released And Killed During Valley Springs Home InvasionThe big city crime in the small community of Valley springs has neighbors reeling.
Supporters Rally Behind Sacramento Teacher Who Epressed Support For AntifaThe school board made an official decision to move forward with firing him.
Man Shot And Killed After Breaking Into Valley Springs HomeDetectives are investigating after an intruder was shot and killed after he broke into a Valley Springs home and started attacking people inside.
Parent's Response To Sac City Unified's Vaccine MandateThe Sacramento City Unified School District is now requiring students 12 and up to get the COVID-19 vaccine sooner than the statewide mandate would take effect.
Evening Weather - 10/13/21Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
Scope Of Thursday's Potential PSPS DowngradedThe number of potentially impacted PG&E customers was downgraded to 16,000.
Sonora Man Stands Behind His Wife After Alleged Murder-For-Hire PlotA Sonora nurse is pointing to the pandemic as the reason why she snapped and planned to hire a hitman to kill her husband. Her husband spoke with us about why he's standing behind his wife.
Stockton Masseuse Suspected Of Sexually Assaulting Women, Girls; Search On For More Possible VictimsDetectives are asking any other possible victims of a Stockton masseuse who allegedly sexually assaulted women and girls to come forward. Katie Johnston reports.
Wednesday Afternoon Forecast - Oct. 13, 2021The latest weather forecast.
Lunch Break: Deals Of The WeekOur produce man Michael Marks has the best deals in seasonal fruits and veggies.
US Capitol Christmas Tree Set To Be Harvested From NorCal ForestThe tree will be harvested on Oct. 24. From the Six Rivers National Forest.
Another Possible PG&E Power Shutoff LoomsAround 29,000 PG&E customers could see their power cut on Thursday as critical fire weather returns.
Sac City Unified Approves COVID-19 Vaccine MandateStudents and staff will soon be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine by Nov. 30.
Non-Serialized Guns, Pounds Of Drugs Seized After Detectives Serve Search Warrant In SheridanDeputies have arrested a man in Placer County after pounds of meth and other drugs - along with non-serialized guns - were allegedly found in his home. Katie Johnston reports.
Some Parts Of Sacramento Wake Up To Rain DropsLight rain fell early Wednesday morning.
Wednesday Weather Forecast - Oct. 13, 2021Find out what kind of weather we're expecting the rest of the week.
Judge: There's Enough Evidence To Try Sonora Nurse For Murder-For-Hire PlotA judge has determined that there is enough evidence to try Heidi Butler on the charge of trying to hire a hitman to kill her husband.
Two Mountain Lions Possibly Seen Prowling Near Natomas SchoolTwo mountain lions were reportedly spotted near Inderkum High School in the Natomas area of Sacramento on Tuesday.
Richie Valens, Jerry Garcia Among California Hall Of Fame InducteesThe latest inductees into the California Hall of Fame include an artist, two rock stars, and gay marriage trailblazers.
Sacramento City Council Applies For $35 Million In Funding For Hotel That Will House Homeless FamiliesOn Tuesday afternoon, the Sacramento City Council agreed to submit an application for $35 million in funding for the new Vista Nueva project in Natomas. There are a few things driving the price, most of which are real estate-related.
San Joaquin County Votes To Ban Vaccine PassportsToday, was step one for the Board of Supervisors. They are hoping to turn the vote against the passports from a resolution into an ordinance. Right now, they are looking into what authority that could have over public and private businesses, as well as cities.