The Sacramento Sheriff's Department said they are assisting Sacramento Police with an officer-involved shooting in the 200 block of Redwood Avenue. (6/19/19)

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Reports Of Officer-Involved ShootingThe Sacramento Sheriff's Department said they are assisting Sacramento Police with an officer-involved shooting in the 200 block of Redwood Avenue. (6/19/19)
Body Camera Footage Released From 2017 Controversial ArrestRocklin Police Officer Brad Alford was accused of using excessive force after hitting a DUI suspect with his baton. He was acquitted by a jury in May. (6/19/19)
Cause Of Solano County Brush Fire Under InvestigationFirefighters contained the vegetation fire to 7 acres Wednesday evening. (6/19/19)
Solano County Brush Fire ContainedFirefighters say the four-alarm vegetation fire in Solano County was contained to seven acres Wednesday evening.  (6/19/19)
Dimple Records Closing After 45 YearsA sign of the times. Dimple Records, a staple in the greater Sacramento area, is closing up shop.  (6/18/19)
Behind The Scenes Of Unpredictable House Fires with Sac MetroBehind The Scenes Of Unpredictable House Fires with Sac Metro
6-Year-Old Killed In Suspected DUI CrashThe CHP said reckless driving by someone believed to have been drunk led to the death of a 6-year-old child Tuesday night. (6/19/19)
Yuba City Shooting Suspect And Mother Brought Back To Sutter CountyThe man accused of killing two people in Yuba City is back in Northern California after getting arrested in Los Angeles Saturday. (6/19/19)
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Plumas County Woman Arrested For The Assisted Suicide Of Her DaughterA 67-year-old was arrested after reportedly assisting in her daughter's death in Plumas County Tuesday. (6/19/19)
Fire Burning In Unincorporated Solano CountyA two-alarm vegetation fire is burning in unincorporated Solano County near Winters, according to firefighters. (6/19/19)
Jewelry Store Owner Helps Return Stolen $30,000 Wedding Ring To Owner In AuburnA jewelry store owner in Auburn is being credited for leading police to a stolen wedding ring worth tens of thousands of dollars. Curtis Silva reports.
Six-Month Long Construction Project Starting On Interstate 80 In SacramentoConstruction will start Monday, June 24 on a 13-mile stretch of Interstate 80 in Sacramento and will last until December. Curtis Silva reports.
Jump Bikes Expanding In SacramentoGet ready to see a lot more red in Sacramento as JUMP bikes get ready to double their fleet. (6/18/19)
Homeless Working Together To Pick Up TrashNow that homeless camps are permitted in the area of the American River, some say the problem is growing, but it's actually the homeless community working to clean it up. (6/18/19)
County Revokes Motel's License Over Code ViolationsReports of bed bugs, mold, and constant calls for service from deputies prompted the county to take drastic action. (6/18/19)
Family: Pilot Killed In Lake Tulloch Crash Had 'Passion For Flying'The plane struck nearby power lines and crashed, sinking more than 100 feet below the surface. (6/18/19)
PG&E Wildfire PayoutNorthern California communities struggling to rebuild after devastating wildfires in the last several years are hoping a $1 billion settlement will fund the future. (6/18/19)
Newsom Announces Executive Order Apologizing To Native AmericansGov. 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)
Detectives Crack Highway 70 Shooting CaseYuba County Sheriff's deputies shared new details about how they tracked down the suspects in a deadly road rage shooting last month. (6/18/19)
Cars Vandalized At California Conservation Corp Parking LotMembers of the California Conservation Corps came back from completing community service to find their cars vandalized in the agency parking lot. (6/18/19)
Camp Fire Debris Turned Into ArtFrom the ashes to the art gallery, items pulled from homes ravaged by the Camp Fire have a new home as part of a Sacramento art exhibit. (6/18/19)
Good Samaritans Rescue Abandoned HorseA malnourished horse in Stanislaus County is now under 24-hour veterinary care after a father and son found it abandoned at a park in Grayson. (6/18/19)
Verbal Settlement Reached In Stephon Clark LawsuitThe family of Stephon Clark has reached a tentative agreement on a settlement with the City of Sacramento. (6/18/19)
Cal Fire Unveils News Mascot 'Captain Cal'Move over Smokey The Bear... there's a new firefighting mascot in California. (6/18/19)
Committe Passes Ordinance Requiring Panic Buttons At HotelsHotels in Sacramento may soon be required to provide housekeepers with panic buttons. (6/18/19)
President Trump Kicking Off Re-Election Campaign In FloridaPresident Trump is formally kicking off his 2020 bid for re-election with a massive campaign rally in Orlando Tuesday. (6/18/19)
Crash Causes Backups On Eastbound I-80 In NatomasAn overturned vehicle on eastbound Interstate 80 just east of Truxel is blocking three lanes, causing a major back up on the freeway.  (6/18/19)
East Area Rapist Case Wins International Investigation AwardCracking open the East Area Rapist investigation was named the top DNA case in the world. (6/18/19)

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