In a massive rebuke of President Trump’s policies toward women, immigrants and others, hundreds of thousands of citizens marched in cities worldwide Saturday to demand equal rights, seek solidarity and … Click to Continue »
It was metallic blue bike with a white banana seat that first made interim Police Chief Brian Louie want to be a cop. He was a sixth-grader in Stockton riding … Click to Continue »
20,000 participate in California's State Capitol during the day of activism to promote women's rights and human rights after the inauguration of President Donald Trump. … Click to Continue »
Twinkle Gorman lived up to her nickname, a sparkling dynamo with a bright smile – especially aboard a jumping horse. Since childhood, Twinkle loved riding and jumping horses, earning accolades … Click to Continue »
Thousands of people join the Women's March in Sacramento, in partnership with the Women's March in Washington, D.C., and one of hundreds of "sister marches" across the nation and the world to promote women's rights and human rights after the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Cailin Jessup cooks almost every day in the winter. She also journals, listens to podcasts and loses herself in other indoor activities that take her mind off the gloomy weather … Click to Continue »
California’s iconic Botts Dot, the bump that warns you’re drifting out of your lane, has reached the end of its road. After more than a half century of service, the … Click to Continue »
People gather around California to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump … Click to Continue »
Thousands of people are expected to attend the Women’s March on Sacramento on Saturday, a day after President Donald Trump was inaugurated. Organizers say the march will support women’s rights … Click to Continue »
Jurors convicted a Sacramento woman of two counts of murder along with robbery and weapons charges Thursday in the 2013 bludgeoning deaths of an elderly couple in their home at … Click to Continue »
The once-gritty warehouse district – known long ago as a perpetual flooding ground at the confluence of the Sacramento and American rivers – has seen a renaissance of significant proportions.
Those who came out for the Women’s March on Sacramento were a diverse group representing many facets of California. The marchers joined a day of activism to promote women’s rights … Click to Continue »
Deputies recovered a body and car Saturday that were submerged in the Sacramento River for nearly a week, according to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department. Nichele Johnson, 48, lost control … Click to Continue »
A surge of refugees to the Sacramento area has transformed San Juan Unified into the local epicenter for students from Afghanistan, Ukraine, Iraq and Syria. As a result, the district … Click to Continue »
People are gathering Saturday morning at Southside Park for the Women’s March on Sacramento, a day of activism to promote women’s rights and human rights after the inauguration of President … Click to Continue »
Bird preserve is festival focus The 10th annual Winter Bird Festival features tours of the Cosumnes River Preserve, educational presentations, wildlife shows, art displays, a wine walk and hands-on activities.
Caltrans employs a variety of devices and techniques to designate highway lane lines, including some that offer drivers subtle clues. Here are some old and new technologies, starting with the famous Botts Dot.
Sacramento City Unified School District Superintendent José Banda said Friday he is open to other education jobs, including another superintendency, after he leaves his post this summer. Banda, 60, plans … Click to Continue »
Q: Was the 2012 murder of James A. Angelonis ever solved? It was in Rancho Cordova. Zommy, Tacoma, Wash. A: No arrests have been reported in the fatal shootings of … Click to Continue »
David Baughman of Placerville has been appointed warden of California State Prison, Sacramento, in Folsom by Gov. Jerry Brown. The appointment was announced Friday. Baughman, 51, has been the prison’s … Click to Continue »
An estimated 20,000 people attended the Women's March on Sacramento, starting at Southside Park and ending at the California State Capitol. A diverse crowd gathered to promote women's rights and human rights on the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency.
Dalya Abdullah, a bilingual instructional assistant at Howe Avenue Elementary School in Arden Arcade, discusses her work with refugee students. … Click to Continue »
The National Weather Service has issued a high wind advisory for the Sacramento region from Saturday night through Sunday morning that could rival a fierce storm Wednesday that knocked out … Click to Continue »
Thousands are participating Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, in the Women’s March on Sacramento, a day of activism to promote women’s rights and human rights after the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
A dead body was found in a burning car early Saturday in an Antelope park, according to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department. Homicide detectives and arson investigators are examining the … Click to Continue »
Luis Bracamontes, a suspect in the killing of two deputies, insisted Friday that he is guilty and wants to be sentenced to death, then threatened to kill his lawyers during … Click to Continue »
About 100 people marched from Sacramento City College to the state Capitol Friday as part of a Sacramento protest against the inauguration of Donald Trump as president. Other groups left from three other locations to converge on the Capitol.
Two down and one to go – the third in a series of storms is expected to arrive late Saturday, bringing more wind and rain to the Sacramento area and … Click to Continue »
After President Donald Trump was inaugurated in Washington, D.C. on Friday, Black Lives Matter, Health Economics Life Liberty for All, Occupy Sacramento and other groups convened at the state Capitol to rally against the new administration, police brutality, homelessness and gentrification.
In a major boost for a proposed $400 million Indian casino in Elk Grove, the federal government has agreed to let the tribe acquire 36 acres of land in the … Click to Continue »