| Jan 8, 2010
A gas leak prompted the evacuation of several homes and a hotel in Sacramento County Friday afternoon.
The leak happened near Channing Drive and Holiday Way in North Highlands after construction crews struck an underground gas pipe. Residents in the area...
| Jan 27, 2010
A shooting inside a South Sacramento Asian cuisine restaurant has left one man dead in what authorities are calling a "gang-related" situation.
Authorities with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department report a party of four were eating at the Pho Ga...
| Feb 2, 2010
A state program enacted to save a few dollars has led to the release of several hundred inmates from Sacramento County.
The Sacramento Bee reports up to 500 inmates may be released by Sacramento County at the end of this week due to a new state law...
| Feb 4, 2010
Mark Fulton is one of many fans of the Toyota Prius, despite the recent concerns over a braking malfunction in the 2010 models. He owns one of the 1.2 million Toyota Prius's sold in the U.S. since 2001. Fulton has four children and he says it's always...
| Feb 12, 2010
Citrus Heights Police say the body of an individual found in a Sacramento County park is that a 17-year-old female reported missing early Friday morning.
Around 1:30am Friday, police say they received a phone call from a concerned parent reporting...
| May 31, 2010
Two years after Vallejo, California, filed for bankruptcy protection, officials in nearby Antioch are also tossing around the 'B' word.
Antioch's leaders earlier this month said bankruptcy could be an option for the cash-strapped city of roughly 100,...
| Jun 17, 2010
The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors voted to restore more than 22-million-dollars to public safety today. Nearly 18 million of that will go to the Sheriff's Department. That means the sheriff is now dealing with losing 20 million dollars in funding...
| Jun 21, 2010
It seems the boycott bug is spreading. First Sacramento's City Council started the ball rolling by voting to boycott Arizona businesses over that State's new immigration law. Now, a Sacramento County man has started a "boycott Sacramento" website.
| Jul 2, 2010
| 5:21 PM
SACRAMENTO -- A state appellate court on Friday sided with Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's attempt to temporarily impose the federal minimum wage on tens of thousands of state workers.
It was not immediately clear how the ruling would affect...
| Feb 20, 2010
Authorities say a Sacramento County man beat his 83-year-old bedridden mother with a sword.
Police arrested 52-year-old Stanley Mumby Saturday morning, after receiving a complaint from a neighbor.
Authorities said the mother's injuries weren't life-...
| Feb 23, 2010
California's aging roadways are especially vulnerable to potholes. The holes occur when water seeps under the pavement, saturating the soil underneath, making portions of roadway vulnerable to sinking under the weight of cars.
Tire stores are busy this...