Sacramento police officers on Saturday shot a knife-wielding man aboard a light rail train near 13th and R streets about 9:17 p.m.
The phone lines at the citys Department of Utilities have been jammed this morning with residents seeking to take advantage of a cash for grass program.
News that a winning Powerball ticket was sold at a gas station near McClellan Park raised eyebrows throughout the Sacramento region over the weekend. But the fact that no one stepped forward Monday to claim the $60 million jackpot came as no surprise to lottery experts.
A water main break at a Rancho Cordova mobile home park Sunday morning forced residents to go without water for more than 24 hours.
Both people shot and killed by officers in separate incidents have been identified Monday by the Sacramento County Coroner’s office.
Jockeying for a share of housing construction as the market rebounds, cities and counties in the Sacramento region are revising their affordable housing requirements to reduce the burden on builders.
The Sacramento City Council has authorized an additional $2.2 million loan for construction of senior apartments in the Curtis Park Village subdivision.
Sacramento County Child Protective Services continues to make mistakes in cases that end up in death or near death, according to an independent report presented to supervisors Tuesday.
Mayor Kevin Johnson is about to turn 48 years old and last played in an NBA game 14 years ago. That’s good enough for Vice President Joe Biden.
A Sacramento man has been sentenced in to 17 1/2 years in prison for his role in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine.
Hundreds of Sacramento County employees walked off the job Tuesday to protest contract negotiations during a Board of Supervisors meeting.
Speakers and residents at a West Sacramento community forum Sunday night called for greater law enforcement accountability and an end to a controversial anti-gang injunction that the citys Latinos say is discriminatory.
Aquelin Talamantes will be arraigned on new charges in Yolo Superior Court on Tuesday.
Heres a look at noteworthy events throughout the Sacramento region that should be on your radar this year.
Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and musician Yo-Yo Ma will be among those addressing local audiences in the 2014-15 Sacramento Speakers Series at the Community Center Theater, 1301 L St.
The Sacramento County Employees’ Retirement System had an investment return of 16.5 percent last year, more than double its long-term assumed rate of 7.5 percent, according to a report presented to the system’s board.