The flow of gas has been stopped at a gas-line break in south Sacramento and traffic control at Center Parkway and Cosumnes River Boulevard has been lifted.
Power was cut to 92 Sacramento Municipal Utility District customers Tuesday morning after a vehicle smashed into a utility pole in Arden Arcade.
Sacramento County will reopen a financial fraud unit in January after reports of scams against the elderly have gone up dramatically since Adult Protective Services eliminated the unit several years ago.
The Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op is offering a two-hour cooking class Thursday titled “The Thrill of the Grill,” with instructor Dionisio Esperas demonstrating how to prepare dishes such as grilled flat iron steak with onions and baby back ribs with chipotle blackberry barbecue sauce.
Chief Deputy Milo Fitch, who led the Sacramento County Sheriff Department’s rehabilitation efforts, will retire next month.
The on and off ramps on Highway 50 northbound to La Riviera Drive and Watt Avenue will be closed on Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m for paving, according to a press release from the Sacramento County Department of Transportation. Delays of 10 to 15 minutes are expected.
Concerned about an increase in the number of insects and birds testing positive for West Nile virus this summer, the local mosquito abatement district is once again using planes to spray pesticides over parts of the Sacramento region.
Weekend construction caused heavy traffic on Interstate 80 in the Natomas area Saturday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Sacramento residents calling the city’s 311 Call Center on Friday night could encounter longer-than-expected hold times or a busy signal as the result of a phone system upgrade.
Study documents benefits to new moms and their children.
Go indoors, close windows and doors and make sure pets have shelter for overhead spraying of insectide for West Nile virus tonight and Thursday night