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Police: Man Arrested After Suspected Street Race In Elk Grove
One of the cars would not pull over for the officer, police say, prompting a chase that lasted until Bruceville Road and Machado Ranch Drive. There, the driver got out but was later found hiding in a park and arrested.
Community Steps in to Remodel Coast Guard Member’s Sacramento Home
The house was finished just in time. Trevino and his wife, Ariel, are expecting their second child within a week.
Man pleads guilty to murder, sexual assault of Sacramento girl
Juan Rivera, 25, will be sentenced to lifein prison without the possibility of parole in August in Jadianna Larsen's murder, the DA's office said.
Sacramento police release autopsy for man’s in-custody death
The cause of death for Brandon Smith, who was in his 30s, was "methamphetamine intoxication" on June 6, according tothe autopsy done by the Sacramento County Coroner’s Office. The autopsy also found an "apparent plastic 'baggie'" in Smith's stomach. The baggie was "disrupted" and "no additional fore
Sacramento Kings pick Marvin Bagley III in NBA Draft
Basketball runs in Bagely’s family. His grandfather, Joe Caldwell, was a two-time NBA All Star. Caldwell’s number is retired at Arizona State,NBA.com reports.
CA ballot measure aims to help cities like Sacramento with rent control
Debate continued Thursday in Sacramento on a statewide measure on the November ballot -- the Affordable Housing Act. The measure aims to repeal California's Costa Hawkins Law that was passed in 1995 and prevents local communities from enacting rent control policies.
18-Year-Old Arrested After 2 Pedestrians Hurt In Citrus Heights Crash
Vinnie Sterio, 18, was arrested Monday night after police say he lost control of his vehicle and ran over two pedestrians, including a driver who was rear-ended during a suspected street race.
This fast-food chain is giving out free milkshakes to celebrate summer solstice on Thursday
With Sacramento-area temperatures expected to reach the upper 90s on the first day of summer, one fast-food chain with a pair of regional restaurants is handing out free milkshakes.Wayback Burgerswill give out free 12-ounce black-and-white shakes (vanilla bean ice cream, milk, vanilla syrup and Hers
Toxicology report: Man died in Sacramento police custody due to methamphetamine intoxication
An apparent "plastic baggie" was identified in Smith's stomach. There was no internal torso or intracranial trauma, as well as no evidence of neck compression or asphyxia, police added.
Elk Grove Sixth Graders Help Set Up Water Bottle Filling Stations
It’s part of their National Geographic-inspired geo-inquiry way of learning, where students ask questions, collect data and create a story that drives an action.
Suspect Pleads Guilty in Jadianna Larsen Murder Case
Juan Rivera, who was 25 at the time of the crime, pled guilty to murdering Jadianna and the special circumstance he committed the murder while engaged in committing a lewd or lascivious act on her.
City Council approves $5 million loan for affordable housing project
The Elk Grove City Council on June 13 voted 4-0 to adopt a resolution approving a $5 million conditional loan commitment for the proposed, 95-unit Gardens at Quail Run affordable housing project. Council Member Steve Detrick was absent from the meeting.This $24 million project, which would be locate
Why a ‘grown-up version of Ikea’ might take the place of Elk Grove’s Toys R Us
If you're looking to spruce up your living room or home office, Scandinavian Designs may soon offer an alternative to Ikea and other furniture retailers in the area.According to a report from Sacramento Business Journal, the Petaluma-based company won the bid for the 8507 Bond Road Toys R Us/Babies
Protesters rally in Elk Grove over child separation border policy
Several residents of Heritage Park in Sacramento spent Tuesday afternoon protesting the Trump administration's child separation border policy.They started their group, Rescue Brigade of Grandparents, on Monday, June 18."Most, or all of us, are of a certain generation," Bob Maxim, the group's spokesm
AP News - Net neutrality backers fume as California bill watered down
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California legislation that was billed as one of the nation's most aggressive efforts to revive net neutrality was watered down during a tense legislative hearing Wednesday, leading the author to repudiate what he called a "mutilated" bill.
News Flash: Suisun police make 2 arrests linked to deadly November shooting
SUISUN CITY — Police arrested a Fairfield man and an Elk Grove man Tuesday in connection to the November shooting death of a Suisun City man in the parking lot of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen on the 1200 block of Anderson Drive.Information developed by the Suisun City Police Department Investigations D
Monday accident claims life of driver
The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office identified the man as Collins Manago, 34, of Suisun City.
PD: Driver charged with DUI of marijuana in deadly Sacramento crash
The bicyclist, whose identity was not released, was taken to a hospital in critical condition, officers said. He was pronounced dead Tuesday morning.
Alaska Airlines announces new nonstop service from Sacramento to Kona - West Hawaii Today
KAILUA-KONA — Alaska Airlines will commence new, nonstop service between Sacramento, California, and Kailua-Kona starting later this year.
California advances biggest US change to police use of force
Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, is congratulated by Pastor Les Simmons after her bill to limit police use of deadly force was approved by the Senate Public Safety Committee, Tuesday, June 19, 2018, in... more