Dog Left To Die For Being Different Finally Finds Couple Who Loves Him For Who He IsPaw My PetsNewsBreak Contributor
She was 4 when she was taken 30 years ago. She was just riding her bike to a friend's houseAnthony's CornerNewsBreak Contributor
Two shot, one killed by gang members who mistakenly believed rival gang was moving in on their turfGolden Gate MediaNewsBreak Contributor
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Weekly Safety Report: Bomb Threats and Fentanyl Bust in Davis, California
Multiple bomb threats were made in Davis, California, targeting homes and school sites of Davis Joint Unified School District employees. The Davis Police Department responded to the threats and deemed the locations safe after investigation. Additionally, a fentanyl bust in Davis resulted in the arrest of two individuals and the seizure of 1,000 fentanyl pills.
Sacramento Pizza Businessman Raises Alarm over Counterfeit Cash Transactions
A local businessman from Sacramento has raised concerns about rising instances of counterfeit cash transactions at his pizza restaurants. This includes numerous Little Caesars outlets, which have seen an increase in customers trying to pay with fake $50 notes.
Davis' Delicious Seven: Unmissable Pizza Stores in Town
This article presents a tour of seven exceptional pizza joints in Davis. Have you had the chance to taste their offerings yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Bomb threat targets schools, staff
In the early hours of Sept. 20, the Davis Police Department received an anonymous bomb threat via email which directly threatened multiple school campuses, including Davis High. Two Davis Joint Unified School District employees were also threatened, and their home addresses were included in the email. The Davis Vanguard, a...
‘Faith, food and traditions:’ This festival brings Greek culture to Sacramento-area church
Here’s what you can taste, experience and explore at the annual “Weekend in Greece.”
Sacramento Valley Crimestoppers looking for eight wanted individuals, September 22, 2023
The Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers are looking for 8 wanted individuals. If you have information that leads to their arrest you may receive a cash reward in some cases. You can remain anonymous. Call (800) 222-7463 or (916) 443-HELP. For more information visit their website or follow them on Facebook.
These Sacramento, CA based puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Sacramento.
1987 Murder Case Solved in California Using New DNA Technology; Oregon Man Arrested
In Solano County, California, new DNA technology has helped solve a murder case from 1987. A significant breakthrough came when Fred Cain III was arrested at his home in Central Point, Oregon. The Solano County District Attorney announced the arrest, which was connected to the 1987 death of a six-year-old boy.
Weekly Safety Report: Homicide Suspect Arrested, Warrant Arrest, and CDCR Honors Correctional Officers in Elk Grove, California
This week in Elk Grove, California, there were three notable incidents. A homicide suspect wanted in connection with a September 5th homicide in Sacramento was arrested in Elk Grove on September 19th. In another incident, a woman named Tammy Dahlquist was arrested on Bond Road on September 20th on multiple warrants. Lastly, three correctional officers from High Desert State Prison were honored for their bravery during the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation's Medal of Valor Ceremony.
South Sacramento Man Paralyzed in Tragic Case of Mistaken Identity Shooting
Johnny Martinez has been paralyzed by a mistaken identity shooting in South Sacramento. Suspected gang members, Fernando Zambrano and Luis Camarillo, have been arrested. The victim's family has started a GoFundMe to offset medical expenses and home modifications.
Get Ready for Some Kind Of Party: A Free Musical Extravaganza in Sacramento
Get ready, music lovers! A day of rhythm, beats, and euphoria is fast approaching. HippieLifeEnt presents Some Kind Of Party, a musical extravaganza that promises to be nothing short of spectacular. Picture this: the sun shining, a gentle breeze, and a vibrant atmosphere filled with like-minded souls. This isn't just a party, it's an unforgettable musical journey.
'10 out of 10': Annual Sacramento Farm-to-Fork Festival wraps up
People say they’re brought back year by year for the “vibes,” the community coming together and “the food. Definitely the food.”
Woman arrested for suspected DUI after wrong-way crash on Highway 50 in Sacramento
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A woman was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after a wrong-way crash on Highway 50 in Sacramento. California Highway Patrol said the crash happened around 2:30 a.m. Friday on eastbound Highway 50, east of 5th Street. The 27-year-old driver of a Nissan SUV was driving westbound in the eastbound lanes and collided with a Honda sedan driving the correct way.
Breakfast restaurant in Sacramento will add new location, expand menu. Here’s where
Roosters Breakfast and Mimosas is adding a second location in Sacramento.
Calif. sheriff's office K-9 sniffs out 23 pounds of meth during traffic stop
SONOMA, Calif. — A Sonoma County Sheriff's Office K-9 led his deputy to 23 pounds of meth during a Wednesday traffic stop, resulting in one arrest, authorities said. The suspect, Enrique Sanchez-Arias, 33, of Vacaville, was booked into the Sonoma County jail on suspicion of felony possession and transportation of a controlled substance, according to the Sheriff's Office news release.
Weekly Safety Report: Double Murder-Suicide, Mistaken Identity Shooting, and More Impact Sacramento
This week in Sacramento, California, there were several incidents that impacted the safety of the community. These incidents included a double murder-suicide at an apartment complex, a mistaken identity shooting resulting in a serious spinal injury, a man who made suicidal statements and was later found dead, a prison guard facing re-trial in a cover-up case, a shooting that left one person injured, and the arrest of a suspect in a deadly shooting.
Northern California Expecting Pleasant Weekend, Rain Arrival by Monday
The first weekend of fall paints a pleasant specter, promising below-average temperatures for Northern California. With the average temperatures hovering in the 80s, a lighter haze and small amounts of smoke have been spotted, leading to moderate air quality. However, go up in elevation, and the picture is much brighter with healthier air quality. Rising rays of Saturday morning are complemented with cool temperatures, making way for warmer temperatures striding through the 70s, topping off in the valley near 80 degrees.
First bomb cyclone of season brings rain to California next week, forecasters warn
The first major atmospheric river of the season could arrive in parts of California next week, according to weather forecasters and observers. "The Pacific Northwest and far Northern California could see their first significant storm of the year early next week as a potential bomb cyclone drives a strong atmospheric river into the region," wrote Colin McCarthy, a weather observer. "Details will change, but widespread rainfall of 1-3" appears possible across western Oregon and Washington. The Bay Area and Sacramento may have a shot at some light rain as the cold front weakens over NorCal. Great news for fire season in the Pacific Northwest!"
My View: Further Illustration Provided about the Challenges for Davis to Dig Out of Housing Crisis
Davis, CA – In Thursday’s Vanguard, I published a commentary that we need denser projects, but I also argued that because of Measure J, getting density will be difficult. I found the response by Eileen Samitz to be worth illuminating as I think it backs up my main point, but also illustrates additional challenges.
Investigation Initiated after SCUSD Employee's Video of Student Altercation Emerges
An investigation is underway involving an employee of Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) after a video emerged online that showed him pushing a student. The video showed the man, a staff member at Umoja International Academy Campus, forcibly interacting with a group of students, twice pushing one to the ground.