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‘Moment I’ve been waiting for’: Sacramento R&B singer Yelly comes home for ‘mini tour’ stop
Yelly is headlining a show on her “mini tour” Sept. 30 in Sacramento.
Sacramento Thai restaurant reopens after cockroach infestation, latest report says
In an interview with The Bee, the co-owner of the family-run restaurant offered her “sincere apologies” to the community.
Woman with pepper spray threatens football game in Sacramento County
(FOX40.COM) — Deputies are arriving at Foothill High School after reports of a woman threatening people with a gun came in on Saturday afternoon, sheriff’s officials said. Authorities said the call came in around 1:45 p.m. Officials added that the woman with the pepper spray has been detained. It is unclear at this time whether […]
Breakfast restaurant in Sacramento will add new location, expand menu. Here’s where
Roosters Breakfast and Mimosas is adding a second location in Sacramento.
Felon rams patrol vehicle during chase with Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputies
(FOX40.COM) — A short pursuit through the Arden-Arcade area on Saturday afternoon resulted in the arrest of felon, according to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office. At around noon, deputies responded to 1508 Hood Rd. to serve a felony warrant to Carl Trent Harris, 40, for parole violation, according to the sheriff’s. Harris fled from deputies […]
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
3 men dead, another in critical condition following shooting, stabbing at Roseville home
Roseville police are investigating the stabbing and shooting deaths of three men Saturday morning. When officers arrived at the apartment in the 1600 block of Eldridge Avenue about 2:30 a.m. they also found a fourth man with a “severe laceration” to his neck, Roseville police deputy chief Joe Adams said during a press conference Saturday afternoon.
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.
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.
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.
This Week's 3 Most Expensive Houses Around Sacramento!
Sacramento, California is known for its beautiful real estate properties, and recently, three of the most expensive properties in the area were sold. Let's take a closer look at these impressive homes and their unique features.
Sacramento Radio Icon Pat Martin Retires after 33-Year Career Due to Health Reasons
Pat Martin, a familiar name in Sacramento's rock radio industry, is retiring after more than three decades on air. Martin confirmed on Friday that his 33-year tenure at 98 Rock is the longest in city’s history.
Sacramento's Raceway Park closing its doors for good
SACRAMENTO - It's a sad day for racers at Sacramento's Raceway Park. This weekend is the final Governor's Cup at the track as the owners say they're closing down for good. The Governor's Cup has been going on for 53 years. Sacramento Raceway Park officials say this will be the last big event. Owners say it's time to move on, and that's hitting the community hard. More than 200 cars will be on the track this weekend, the most they've ever had. Saturday is the official race, but over the next few weeks, there will be a few smaller races.
Ask Joe: Carson City walkaway inmate's murder trial gets underway in Sacramento
Reno, NEV — A Nevada prison inmate who walked away from a prison work camp in 2021 is now on trial for the murder of a Sacramento man. Jonathon Autry's trial began Thursday, September 21st after a day of jury selection. Autry walked away from the the Stewart Conservation...
Downtown Sacramento "nuisance" liquor store has liquor license suspended for serving minors
SACRAMENTO -- A liquor store that's been at the center of chaos in downtown Sacramento had its liquor license suspended and now has 180 days to sell or transfer the license to another owner.Rodney's Cigar and Liquor Store has "No Alcohol Sales Sorry!" sign on its front window, accompanied by an official notice from Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) that the store's liquor license has been suspended until further notice.A spokesperson for ABC confirmed to CBS13 that the suspension followed a Minor Decoy Program operation, finding that the store sold alcohol to minors three times from 2022 to 2023.The license is suspended...
Sacramento man pays $20K a month to keep street crime free
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — This week has brought a flurry of developments in California’s homeless crisis, from the Sacramento County District Attorney suing the city of Sacramento for failing to keep streets safe, to California cities and counties asking the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene. The news prompted Sacramento...