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Sacramento community honors boy who took 3 bullets for sister
Johnny Butler, 11 at the time,took three bullets for his 2-year-old sisterwhen abirthday celebration ended in violenceat Mama Marks Park in Del Paso Heights last April.
Girl pulled from American River, airlifted to hospital
The girl's family pulled her from the water to the shore near Hagan Community Park, according to the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District, which was called around 2:30 p.m.
PD: 'Several people' shot in Sacramento neighborhood
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —Sacramento police are investigating a shooting Sunday night involving "several" victims.The shooting occurred at 10:01 p.m. on 73rd Street and 17th Avenue, police said. Officers have set up a police presence on 79th Street and Lacam Circle.
Multiple People Injured in South Sacramento Shooting; Suspect at Large
SOUTH SACRAMENTO — Several people were injured in a shooting Sunday evening in South Sacramento.Officials told FOX40 at least one suspect is at large after the shooting at Lacam Circle and 79th Street, a residential area close to Power Inn Road.After hearing fireworks in the area, witnesses say they
Police: Officer seriously injured in Sacramento crash
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —A police officer was sent to the hospital with serious injuries after a two-vehicle crash in Sacramento on Saturday evening, authorities said.The collision happened at North 16th Street and Richards Boulevard, according to the Sacramento Police Department.AdvertisementNo o
Brother of Sacramento Kings forward killed outside of Indiana bar
Police said that an officer heard gunfire at around 5 a.m. and found Roger Randolph bleeding between two cars outside of Hop's Blues Room in Marion, which is about 60 miles (97 kilometers) northeast of Indianapolis. They said investigators don't know the circumstances surrounding the shooting, but t
9-vehicle crash closes southbound lanes of I-5 near Woodland
Nine vehicles, including a big rig, were involved in the crash near the Yolo bypass, according to the Woodland Fire Department, which responded to the crash at about 7 a.m.Two people suffered serious injuries and six sustained moderate injuries, according to the Woodland Fire Department. All were ho
Raccoon rescued from storm drain at Sacramento cemetery
In video shared with KCRA 3, Ben Nuckolls, who works with Gold Country Wildlife Rescue, is seen Saturday using a catchpole to pluck the trapped animal from the storm drain. Vegetable oil was poured on the animal beforehand to make it easier for him to pull out the raccoon, he said.
14-Year-Old Unconscious after Near Drowning in American River
RANCHO CORDOVA — A girl was pulled from the American River Sunday then flown to a local hospital.A 14-year-old girl went underwater at Hagan Community Park just before 2:30 p.m., according to Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Captain Adam Huckaby.Huckaby believes the girl was underwater for up to eight m
Here's the profile of 100 homeless people who moved from Sacramento streets to housing
They lived outdoors for an average of four years, but some of them were homeless for decades. Nearly 90 percent of them had physical disabilities. Sixty percent had mental illnesses.Yet, 100 people who enrolled in the city's controversial "triage" shelter in North Sacramento managed to transition to
Sacramento police: Suspect wanted in purse snatchings
Another woman was targeted Wednesday. Around 12:42 p.m. at a business on the 6600 block of Stockton Boulevard, the suspect grabbed an elderly woman's purse, causing her to to fall to the ground. Her head hit the asphalt and she was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.
Sacramento man gets 75 years to life in prison for 2014 murder of ex-girlfriend
For 10 years, Green and the victim had an off-and-on relationship and after five years with no contact they continued their relationship until she broke it off months later. On May 24, 2014 he entered the victim's home and shot her in the head in her bedroom.
Initiative to end limits on rent control headed for November ballot
Leticia Arce (center) chants in protest as a counter-protester shouts beside her (right) after a bill to repeal the Costa Hawkins Rental Housing Act did not pass at the State Capital in Sacramento, Calif., on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018.
The 'hotel' next door: Airbnb rentals face backlash in some Sacramento neighborhoods
It's not. For the past year, neighbors complain they have dealt with noise at times from pool parties, the comings and goings of groups of strangers at night and extra cars parked on the street.
Second Sacramento man files suit stemming from 'White Only' fort
"I find it odd that there was a fort at all -- aside from being wildly racist," said Corey Bennett, an attorney for the two workers.
Man arrested for stealing bikes on Sacramento State campus
LOCALPhoto: Sacramento State Police DepartmentMan arrested for stealing bikes on Sacramento State campusOfficers conducted a check of an illegal campsite and found a man who fit the description of the theft suspect on Thursday.A man was arrested after a series recent bike thefts occurred at Sacramen
Officials seek leads in 1991 slayings of Sacramento family
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) —Officials announced Friday they're offering a $50,000 reward to help find the killers responsible for the slayings nearly 30 years ago of a former California Department of Justice employee and her family.Former California DOJ employee Marcy Jacobs, 31; her husband Michael,
Two Separate Crashes in Woodland Shut Down I-5; Four People Injured
WOODLAND — Two separate collisions in the same area on I-5 in Woodland shut the freeway down Saturday morning.The first crash happened on southbound I-5 at 3:15 a.m. on the Vietnam Veteran’s Bridge.The Woodland Fire Department reported a corvette crashed into a trailer carrying hay and then caught f
Toxic mold found at West Sacramento fire station
Show TranscriptWest Sacramento firefighters are demanding the city take action to protect crews from the toxic mold that was discovered in the department’s newest station.AdvertisementThe firefighters allege there are multiple labor code and Cal/OSHA violations due to the mold.In response, the city
Sacramento to Get New $460M Courthouse at Downtown Railyards
DOWNTOWN SACRAMENTO -- The City of Sacramento is getting a new courthouse, one that Mayor Darrell Steinberg says is much needed.The $460 million to build it came from the state budget and not from the city. Steinberg said Thursday was a case where persistence paid off.The new 17-story building would