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Man arrested on arson charges after setting fire to apartment closet in North Highlands
A suspect was arrested on arson charges Monday after Sacramento Metro Fire personnel responded to an apartment fire in North Highlands, according to Metro Fire. Victor Jerome Lee, 43, of Sacramento County, was arrested near the scene of the fire after being identified by witnesses as the person who
Utilities to cover power lines, expand weather monitoring
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California utilities plan to insulate power lines, increase inspections and build new weather stations in areas at high risk for wildfires in an effort to combat increasingly destructive blazes.
Man killed after leaving his car and walking into I-5 traffic after crash, CHP says
A man was killed when he exited his vehicle and walked into traffic after crashing into the Interstate 5 median divider early Sunday, California Highway Patrol officials said. Just after 1 a.m., CHP officers responded to a call and arrived to find a man fatally injured in the No. 3 lane of northboun
Sacramento State alum Ryan Coogler is a finalist for Time Person of the Year
The latest honor for Sacramento State alum Ryan Coogler is a big one. The “Black Panther” director has been announced as one of the 10 finalists for Time Person of the Year, the magazine announced Monday morning.
Modoc County man found guilty of murder in death of sheriff's deputy
A 49-year-old Modoc County man has been convicted by a Sacramento County jury of first-degree murder in the 2016 shooting death of Modoc County sheriff's deputy Jack Hopkins, a Superior Court spokeswoman confirmed Monday.
Protesters demand closure of school where teen with autism was restrained, later died
A small group of former students, advocates and parents gathered in front of the California Department of Education Monday to demand the closure of a school where a teen with autism stopped breathing and later died after being restrained by staff.
Five takeaways from the Indiana Pacers’ win over the Sacramento Kings
The Indiana Pacers are now 16-10 on the season following their 107-97 home win over the Sacramento Kings on Friday. They have now won three consecutive games and will have the opportunity to make it four when they face the Washington Wizards without John Wall on Monday. They continued their impressi
Hometown Reporter Says Goodbye to Viewers in Sacramento
Hometown reporter Frances Wang is leaving KXTV, the station she grew up watching. She made the announcement on Friday on Facebook. “It’s been a dream come true and now a dream fulfilled…it’s now time for me to pursue a new dream. My time at ABC10 has come to an end and so has my time here in my home
1th place for spelling: Sacramento street sign baffles residents
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A street sign in Sacramento has residents scratching their heads. The sign at the corner of L Street and 32nd Street has a slight error, the Sacramento Bee reported.
4 Potential robbers flee Sacramento jeweler after store owner tackles gunman
Sacramento police are currently investigating an attempted robbery on a Sacramento jeweler. The incident occurred on December 6 when four suspects went into Berilian Jewelers, located on the 8200 block of Bruceville Road.
Thank you, Sheriff Jones. You’ve given us 3 valuable gifts
This is what happens when an arrogant government official inspires the people to rise up against him. First, the official tells the public how honorable he is because he says so. Then he recruits allies who posit themselves as “neutral” observers when they are nothing of the kind. Then the governmen
Suspect arrested in connection with series of North Sacramento heists
A man was arrested Friday night in connection with a slew of heists that have occurred in North Sacramento over the last two months following another robbery in the area Friday night, police said.
Sacramento: 5 Newest Homes To Hit The Market
SACRAMENTO, CA — On the hunt for a new house nearby, but getting tired of looking through the same old real-estate listings every time you search online? Never fear! To keep you in the game, we've compiled the latest batch of five new listings nearby.
What to expect from each game as four Sacramento-area teams play in CIF State finals
By any measure, this has been a banner season on the regional high school football front. A record four area programs will cap their seasons in CIF State championship games, starting Friday at Cerritos College in Norwalk when the region’s top two teams will be pulling for each other, and concluding
Sacramento police nab suspect in string of armed robberies
Sacramento police said Saturday they arrested a 24-year-old man in connection with a series of armed robberies in north Sacramento. Keyzshawn Braxton was arrested Friday night on suspicion of five counts of robbery, according to a news release from the Sacramento Police Department.
Davis man who killed his 14-month old son in 1994 denied parole, DA says
Manuel Bermudez, who killed his 14-month old son in 1994, was denied parole after a hearing Thursday, according to the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office. Bermudez, now 48, was a Davis resident at the time of the murder.
This Sacramento intersection wins 1th place for spelling
It’s easy to miss, but a sign on the corner of L Street and 32nd Street contains a minor error. The sign, which is directly across from the Sutter Imaging center in East Sacramento, should read “32nd,” but instead reads “32st,” prompting a trending post titled “Thirty-seconst Street?” to appear on S
School Where Student With Autism Died Violated State Regulations, Officials Say
A school in California where a student on the autism spectrum died last week after being physically restrained violated several state regulations, according to findings from a preliminary investigation by the state's Department of Education.
Butte County Musicians Celebrate First Responders, Honor Their Community
SACRAMENTO -- Global Winter Wonderland at Cal Expo honored Sacramento first responders by allowing them free entrance to enjoy the holidays with family. For the first time, the festival hosted "First Responder Appreciation Night."
Jesuits name 11 Sacramento priests accused of sexual abuse
Eleven priests who served in Sacramento over the last 50 years were among a list of priests with credible sexual abuse allegations against children, the Catholic Jesuit West province released on Friday.