As protesters take to the streets nationwide over police shootings of unarmed black men, the Elk Grove Police Department has settled a case in which the police officer admitted he was trying to kill a white suspect who was lying, hands cuffed, in the back of a police car.
Rosebud, the English bulldog who gained a following during the years that she traversed William Land Park with her late master, Jack Peyton, was in the spotlight again Thursday as a bench was dedicated to the popular duo.
A mistake by the city of Sacramento in laws regarding liquor stores in Oak Park sparked more than a year of debate about how many bottle shops are too many in a gentrifying area still plagued by poverty and crime.
Version 2.0 of Sacramento’s legendary Saddle Rock restaurant opens on L Street on Wednesday. Saddle Rock bears the name of the original establishment that shuttered in 1995 after nearly 150 years in business.
The death of Edward Currie has been ruled an accidental overdose, according to the coroner. He died of cocaine intoxication. Currie, a sports star and good student in high school, had a history of drug arrests and probation violation.
The city of Sacramento received 142 applications after just a four-week recruitment period for $1.5 million in innovation grants that Mayor Kevin Johnson and the City Council hope will provide a catalyst for the growth of technology startups in the region.
Little Ethan Dean is granted a wish, things get loud at the Democratic convention, luxury apartments give up their new secrets, Loretta Sanchez seems unhappy, along with other politics. Oh, and Sacramento Bee reporters do some hot-weather cookie cooking.
A big data and marketing firm has counted up the number of independent coffee shops, thrift stores, record stores, microbreweries and tattoo parlors in Sacramento and declared the city a hipster hotbed.
The local pastor who drew widespread criticism for praising the Orlando gay nightclub massacre has attracted more than 200 people this week to his Sacramento area conference, which offers high teas for women, laser tag, miniature golf and “soul-winning” neighborhood forays to convert residents.
Luxury home sales in the North Lake Tahoe and Truckee areas took off in the first half of 2016, more than doubling numbers reported in the first six months of 2015, according to the regional office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
Cat lovers gather to show more than 150 cats of 40 different breeds at the Poppy State Cat Club's cat show at Placer County Fairgrounds & Event Center July 30, 2016. Music: "Carefree" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Cat lovers gather at Poppy State Cat Club cat show
Watch law enforcement swarm scene of Natomas truck stop shooting
Watch Rosebud the bulldog help dedicate bench for her late owner