Multiple vehicles involved in major Fair Oaks accidentMarlee Ginter was live on the scene with the latest.
Could mushrooms cure depression?A new study at Johns Hopkins University is experimenting with psilocybin, the compound found in mushrooms, in treating depression and anxiety.
Will the teachers’ strike result in an extended school year?As the third day of the strike continues, and with no end in sight, the school year may need to be extended to meet minimum education requirements.
Local couple stranded in Colombia after heart attackA couple from Tuolumne County have found themselves stranded in Colombia after one of them suffered a heart attack while on vacation.
6 injured in crash on Hazel Ave in Fair OaksSix people have been sent to hospital in a crash involving four cars on Hazel Avenue in Fair Oaks.
Frustration of homeless camps in downtown SacramentoGrowing frustration with homeless encampments has led many to complain, saying the city isn’t doing enough to address the problem.
Landslide operation on Highway 50 continuesAn operation to break up loose rocks to prevent landslides continues along Highway 50.
Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins dies at 50The band, who planned to headline this year’s Aftershock festival, are mourning the loss.
Governor Newsom Appoints California’s First Openly Transgender JudgeAndi Mudryk, California’s first openly transgender judge, has been appointed by Governor Newsom.
New bill would prioritize crude oil production in CaliforniaA new effort in California to bring down the cost of gas would prioritize oil production in California.
MPs urge farmers to protect their equipment with ‘Smartwater CSI’With farm equipment theft on the rise, law enforcement is urging farmers to use new technologies to track stolen equipment.
Grass Valley FiresSeveral small fires broke out in Grass Valley on Friday, however, crews were able to quickly bring things under control.
The neighborhood center offers a free camp for children during the strikeA neighborhood center offers free lesson sessions for out-of-school children during the teachers’ strike.
Third day of teacher strike with no end in sightSac City Unified teachers are on strike for the third straight day with no end in sight.
Shooting Leads to Deadlock in Natomas, Suspect Still WantedSWAT teams and police surrounded a South Natomas apartment building as a search ensued for the suspect in a shooting. The suspect is still wanted.
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Could the City of Sacramento’s unified strike lead to an extended school year?Friday marks the third day of the Sacramento City Unified School District strike — and as we head into the weekend, there’s no end in sight. But could missed school days have a ripple effect on families even after the strike is over?
Q&A: What is the United States doing to protect Americans from cyberattacks?Businesses across the country are beefing up their cybersecurity as they prepare for a possible cyberattack as President Biden warns Russia could attack the United States
Free day camp for children opens as Sacramento teachers’ strike continuesAs Sacramento City teachers hit the picket lines for a third day on Friday, families rushed to find daycare for their students and found one at a free day camp for children in the kindergarten to 12th grade.
Get answers: Is hot weather contributing to rising crime?Daylight saving time can impact criminal activity, and spring and fall crime patterns may reflect these impacts.
SWAT presence descends on South Natomas after a man is shot deadThe victim was reportedly in stable condition after being shot. We spoke with a local resident about what happened.
Friday was the last day of hearing to determine if Scott Peterson will get a new trialThe hearing took place in San Mateo County.
Ongoing shooting investigation in South NatomasSeveral police units were on site.