How seaweed could make cows less stinky and more environmentally friendly
Early indications of a UC Davis animal science study show feeding dairy cows seaweed may reduce methane emissions caused by their farting, pooping and burping, university researcher Ermias Kebreab announced Thursday, May 24.
Sunday, October 29, 2017, is the last day of business for King’s Restaurant, the West Sacramento dim sum eatery with roots dating to 1960. For decades, the restaurant at 1500 W. Capitol Ave. was overseen by China native Chew Lam. Longtime employee
A once busy regional shopping mall saw its chain stores close in the recession. Now city officials are talking about tearing it down and redeveloping the site with housing. The manager wants to lease to local businesses.
There were over 500 entries in The Sacramento Bee’s 2017 Thanksgiving turkey poster decorating contest. The winning families received cash prizes for their entries, which also appeared in the newspaper on Dec. 6. Thanks to everyone who entered!
Along the River Walk in West Sacramento, “Subtile” is a shimmering and towering sculpture above the Sacramento River. The $500,000 piece was created by Czech artist Federico Diaz. It’s the emerging artist’s first outdoor public art piece.
Speaking publicly for the first time since she discovered her daughters’ bodies in her ex-husband’s car on December 31 in West Sacramento, Amy Hunter says law enforcement didn’t take the warning signs seriously enough.