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Sacramento-based Sutter Health will ‘Cough-Up’ $30 Million to Settle Fraud Claims
SACRAMENTO – Sacramento-based Sutter Health has agreed to cough-up $30 million to settle alleged Medicare fraud, according to a statement by the U.S. Justice Dept. Friday. Sutter Health LLC and affiliated entities, Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation, Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation, Sutter Gould M
High-Speed Chase Through North Sacramento Ends In Crash
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A man was taken away in a stretcher after leading officers on a high-speed chase through the North Sacramento area that ended in a crash. According to Sacramento police, the chase began overnight into Friday when the driver refused to pull over for an unspecified traffic violati
Man arrested after Granite Bay woman catches him burglarizing her home
A Granite Bay woman was met with a surprise when she arrived home just after 11 p.m. on April 5. Her suitcases were strewn on the side of the roadway near her driveway. Upon noticing her trash cans had also been moved, a Placer County Sheriff’s Office news release said, the homeowner looked inside a
Border-wall funding looks like it won’t divert $310 million in Southern California military construction
Military bases at Seal Beach, Camp Pendleton and Fort Irwin appear safe from having a combined $310 million in construction funds diverted to build President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall.
Prep track: Vikings put up solid times, marks
FAIRFIELD — The Vanden High track teams split their efforts last week, earning four top-10 finishes in the prestigious Arcadia Invitational while the Vikings boys took third and the girls 11th in the Thunder Invitational at Rocklin High.
Foundation hopes to plant cherry trees along Sacramento Riverfront
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) — As cherry blossoms bloom at Southside Park in Midtown, the Sacramento Tree Foundation is working to brighten up the Riverfront with more of the trees, hoping to attract visitors.
Baseball Diamond Made For People With Disabilities Reopens In South Sacramento
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A popular spot for America’s favorite pastime is back open for a new season after undergoing a few repairs. It’s not any baseball field, but one specially made for those with disabilities.
Sacramento Homeless Camp Fire Sends One To Hospital
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento firefighters say one person is being treated after a fire broke out at a homeless camp. This happened along the American River Parkway. Sacramento Fire says it’s relatively early in the season for a vegetation fire.
A day after strike, Sacramento City Unified teachers union offers to meet with district
One day after a teachers strike alleging unfair labor practices by the Sacramento City Unified School District, and the district’s call for a “cease-fire,” the teachers union sent a letter chiding the district but suggesting they meet at the end of the month.
Roseville police warn of curb painting scam
ROSEVILLE, Calif. — Roseville Police are warning people in the area about a curb painting scam. The police department posted a photo of an official-looking notice a local resident found on their door. The notice was bright yellow and said home address numbers were going to be professionally painted
Years of bad rules led to California’s unfixable housing mess
SACRAMENTO – Whenever I write about complex public-policy problems, I hear from readers who ask something like this: “OK, wise guy, if you’re so smart then tell me how we fix the problem.” Unfortunately, there aren’t many vexing issues that can be resolved in an 850-word column or a 50-word email re
Signal 100 | When a liar derails the train
Sadly, most of us have someone in their lives who is a train wreck, that self-destructive, impossible-to-stop force that careens off the rails and crashes in spectacular fashion. There certainly have been crimes more heinous, evil and tragic. But of all the cases The Mighty Signal has covered in its
Police Find Juvenile Responsible For Threat Against Arden Fair Mall
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police say they have found the juvenile believed to be responsible for the threat against Arden Fair Mall. A recent post made on social media threatened there were be a shooting at the mall on Wednesday. Sacramento police investigated the threat and stepped up patrols, but the m
Quarry Park Adventures opens (again) in Rocklin, aiming to put early ‘challenges’ in the past
After months of inactivity, Quarry Park Adventures in Rocklin reopened Friday, as the city and the park’s new operator attempt to shake off past controversies to ensure the multimillion-dollar zip-line and rock-climbing amusement park succeeds.
Dozens come together in Rancho Cordova to raise money for ‘comfort RV’
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. (KCRA) — Dozens came together at Hagan Community Park in Rancho Cordova on Saturday to raise money for a comfort RV. Sacramento County chaplains are raising money for the comfort RV, where families can have privacy as they cope with loss.
Bicyclist injured after being hit by car near Sacramento bus station
One person was injured Friday night after a vehicle hit a biker across the street from the Greyhound bus station on Richards Boulevard. A motorist was traveling westbound at 8:16 p.m. when a bicyclist crossed against the light in front of the vehicle, said Sacramento Police Department Sgt. Jeremy Sc
Free Access to National Parks
Roseville, CA- A national treasure. Established in the early part of the 20th century, the U.S. National Park System encompasses some 84 million acres of breathtaking scenery, wildlife and historical sites.
'Greg Brady' visits KCRA ahead of Asparagus Festival
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) — Barry Williams, known for his role as Greg Brady on the Brady Bunch, speaks about his iconic role and his upcoming visit to Stockton.
Newsom Outlines California’s Plan To Deal With Destructive Wildfires
SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) – California Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday unveiled a report detailing his administration’s ideas for dealing with destructive wildfires in the future and the possibility of massive PG&E rate hikes to cover the utility’s liability.
Top Sacramento news: Islamic center evacuated; warrants lead to pounds of meth, heroin, more
Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Sacramento. Body found this morning confirmed to be that of missing tow truck driver. The Sacramento County Coroner says a body found today at Garcia Bend is that of missing tow truck driver Shalvinesh Sharma.