Moms for Liberty suing Yolo County library, claiming free speech violations at forums
“They not only allow their ideological allies to disrupt speakers whose views they reject, they actively censor speech with which they disagree.”
‘It’s OK to have feelings’: Trauma therapist available to Elk Grove police officers responding to 911 calls
ELK GROVE, Calif. — The Elk Grove Police Department is working on normalizing mental health challenges among its own officers, making sure that staff members who answer 911 calls have access to help themselves. Officers see and deal with a lot on the job, so for the first time,...
Navigating the AI Revolution: Balancing Technological Advancements with Ethical Considerations
As artificial intelligence (AI) ushers in a new era of technological advancement, its influence permeates every aspect of modern life. The emergence of AI-driven personal assistants, capable of adapting to our individual preferences and needs, marks a significant shift in our daily routines. These smart devices streamline our schedules and influence a broad spectrum of choices, from shopping to entertainment, reflecting the profound impact of AI on personal convenience.
Fan dies during Pelicans-Kings game after suffering 'medical emergency'
A fan, believed to be in his 30s, died during the Sacramento Kings’ game on Monday night after suffering from a medical emergency, the team confirmed.
Davis City Invites Proposals for Community Park Restroom Revitalization Project
The City of Davis is requesting proposals for the Community Park Restroom Revitalization Design project, CIP No. ET0025. The project involves the demolition and replacement of the current restroom facility with a new prefabricated building, along with related improvements. The city has set aside around $800,000 for this project.
Worrisome crime trend seen across California, U.S.: Theft from mailboxes with stolen postal keys
The Rocklin Police Department is issuing a warning to the community regarding an uptick in mail theft, particularly from United States Postal Service cluster mailboxes. The department highlighted the nationwide increase in mail theft, attributed to the theft of mailbox keys from letter carriers and the manufacturing of counterfeit keys.
Spectator dies after 'medical emergency' during Sacramento Kings and New Orleans Pelicans game
(CNN) — A spectator died during an NBA game between the Sacramento Kings and the New Orleans Pelicans at Golden 1 Center on Monday, the Kings announced. In a statement sent to CNN, the Kings said that a fan had a “medical emergency” during the first quarter, after which EMS administered CPR.
Amid planned protests, Gov. Newsom won't hold public Capitol Christmas tree lighting ceremony
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — With multiple protests planned near the state Capitol, Gov. Gavin Newsom has decided to not hold the annual public Christmas tree lighting live and in person as originally planned on Tuesday. Instead, the ceremony will be held remotely, and Newsom's office will provide a recording and...
Ukulele star Jake Shimabukuro is ready to rock in Sacramento
From New York to Japan, Jake Shimabukuro has entertained audiences worldwide and is now bringing his unique style of playing ukulele to Sacramento. The Hawaii-born star is headlining his "Christmas in Hawaii" tour at the Crest Theatre on Dec. 18. The ukulele phenom appeared on KCRA 3 on Tuesday and...
Why Barbie director Greta Gerwig wanted to be a nun and what she plans to do next time she's back home in Sacramento
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Barbie movie heads home to MAX streaming next week and Greta Gerwig will likely head home for the holidays to Sacramento. "I want to go to the Sacramento Railroad Museum because my kid is going to really love it," she told me on the ABC10 Morning News. "I can't wait to bring him there."
Big third quarter lifts Roseville over Casa Roble
Roseville High’s varsity boys’ basketball team is off to a 5-1 start to the season and the third quarters of games is a big reason why. In the team’s last three games, all wins, they’ve outscored their opponent 82-33, including Monday night on the road at Casa Roble during an 81-69 victory. Roseville held a 28-19 scoring advantage in the third quarter, while the Tigers only held a three-point advantage in the other three quarters.
Times of San Diego Editor Highlights Leader Jones’s ‘Effective’ Leadership for California
SACRAMENTO – A recent Times of San Diego opinion piece touts Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) for his effectiveness in Sacramento as the Senate Minority Leader. The piece explains Jones leads his caucus as the “loyal opposition” with a focus on bipartisanship to make meaningful change as well as participating in the governance process of the state. Read the piece here.
Fan dies during Kings-Pelicans NBA game in Sacramento after suffering 'medical emergency'
A spectator that suffered a 'medical emergency' during a Sacramento Kings game against the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday died at the arena.
Kings Loss to Pelicans Raises Major Concern Going Forward
The Sacramento Kings might be in trouble if changes are not made soon.
Local Holiday Entertainment: 'Georgiana and Kitty: Christmas at Pemberley' at Capital Stage
'Georgiana and Kitty: Christmas at Pemberley' is a holiday show that caters to Jane Austen fans, continuing the Bennet-Darcy story from 'Pride and Prejudice'. The story is set during Christmas and is produced by Capital Stage. The plot revolves around Georgiana Darcy, a pianist, and Kitty Bennet, the youngest Bennet sister, as they navigate love and family during the holiday season.
SacRT Police bring on rescue Labrador as bomb-sniffing dog
(FOX40.COM) — From wandering the streets of Merced County, to narrowly dodging being put down, Blue had a journey before joining the Sacramento Regional Transit Police Department as a service employee. The two-year-old chocolate Labrador retriever is now wearing badge number 596 after joining the agency as the explosive devices detector on trains, at stations […]
CSU faculty strikes at several campuses
California State University faculty members are going on strike to demand better pay and more parental leave. Faculty members started its series of four one-day strikes on Monday. Driving the news: Strikes are going on at Cal Poly Pomona, San Francisco State, Cal State Los Angeles and Sacramento State. This...
School bus catches fire in Sacramento, occupants safely evacuated
An occupied yellow school bus was safely evacuated after it caught fire in Sacramento on Tuesday, according to the fire department. The incident happened on southbound Interstate 5 at the Arena Boulevard onramp, and involved a Woodland Joint Unified School District bus. Officials said the bus pulled off I-5 after...
Women’s Business Center to select winners for City-funded entrepreneur pitch competition at this Dec. 12 event
The California Capital Women’s Business Center on Dec. 12 will select winners for its “Small Business Showcase Pitch Competition,” in which Sacramento entrepreneurs and businesses will compete for cash prizes. The program is funded in part through the City of Sacramento’s Innovation Grant program. Three winners...
Elk Grove Police Department Implements Officer Wellness Program with In-House Trauma Therapist
Discover how the Elk Grove Police Department is prioritizing mental health with a new wellness program. With an in-house trauma therapist available daily, officers are encouraged to seek help and address the emotional toll of their challenging work, normalizing mental health conversations in law enforcement.