Here are the 2017 Book of Dream wishers and what they need
For 30 years, Sacramento Bee readers have been helping meet community needs. Here’s a list of wishes published in 2017. Donations are being accepted through Jan. 12, 2018. Go to sacbee.com/bookofdreams.
Sacramento Bee readers have provided joy, and relief, during the holiday season the past three decades through generous donations to the Book of Dreams. 2017 marks 30 years that the Book of Dreams has been helping people in our community.
Book of Dreams has been helping people in our community for nearly 30 years. Each year during the holidays, the Sacramento Bee publishes stories of people and nonprofits in need. The dreams can be simple, such as cribs for children, a bike for a
Large clouds of black smoke rose from the Stoll Fire in Tehama County, California, on June 23, while evacuations orders were in place for surrounding areas. Cal Fire reported that some residential and commercial buildings were destroyed or damaged.
Sacramento Sheriff Department Spokesman Shaun Hampton discusses the ongoing investigation into a homicide in South Sacramento that occurred early Sunday morning. The homicide was reported by a friend of the victim.
Linda Reza got a voice message from her stepdaughter Erika Rocha after she was sent to the California Institution for Women prison in Chino. Eleven days later, she learned of her daughter’s death 55 seconds into a voicemail.
It took three days for California prison officials to tell Takis Kalatzakis that his son had been beaten and strangled to death by his cellmate at Salinas Valley State Prison. He found out through a telegram, dropped at his house in San Jose.