Sure, Troy Carlson sells toys, artwork and collectibles at his G. Willikers and Stage Nine stores in Old Sacramento, but Carlson also builds and tours public exhibits that for the first time last year grossed more revenue than his retail ventures.
Formerly homeless people will graduate Thursday in Sacramento from The Salvation Army Del Oro divison’s first culinary class. The program teaches food fundamentals, cooking, presentation and kitchen management.
Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the rafting season along the American River. This year’s storms have left the river flowing fast and cold, and Sacramento public safety officials are concerned about drownings.
Q: There was a boy who lived in Antelope whose father was in law enforcement. He killed his next-door neighbor and attempted to burn her body. His name may have been Michael Rogers. What happened with that case?