Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig announces murder and attempted murder charges Monday at Yolo County District Attorney's Office in Woodland against Robert William Hodges, 32, of West Sacramento in the deaths of his three children and an attack on Hodges' wife.
Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig said Robert Hodges' alleged killing of his three children, Kelvin, 11, Julie, 9. and Lucas, 7 months, constituted a capital crime, but he said he had not decided whether to pursue the death penalty. In this video, Hodges is shown at his arraignment Monday, September 18, 2017. NO AUDIO
James Nelson, severely burned and disfigured after Citrus Heights police officers took him down and pinned him to hot summer blacktop following an incident at a KFC restaurant on June 23, was ordered released from Sacramento County custody pending an Oct. 6 hearing on a parole violation connected to the incident.
An estimated 300 people gathered in the parking lot of Southport Elementary School on Thursday night to remember three young children, two of them students at the school, who were found dead in their home Wednesday night.
William Planer appears in Sacramento Superior Court on Tuesday, September 12, 2017 in Sacramento. Planer was arraigned on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon connected to the melee at the State Capitol in June 2016. He will return to court on September 28. Planer is a suspected neo-Nazi accused of being involved in the violent clash at the Capitol last year that left at least 14 injured, faced a Sacramento judge Tuesday on assault charges in the case.
The Sacramento Police Department says a man ran into the William J. Kinney Police Facility fenced parking lot on Marysville Boulevard Monday night, September 11, 2017, later crashing into a neighboring driveway and attacking a nearby resident.
A Coast Guard crew rescued a couple trapped in a cave at Mussel Rock Beach in Daly City in the Bay Area on Monday, September 11, 2017. The people reported the cave was accessible by foot during low tide, but due to the woman's injury, they were unable to make it back before high tide came in, the Coast Guard said. They received unspecified medical attention at the scene, the Mercury News reported, but were said to otherwise be all right.
The driver of a pickup truck died Saturday morning, September 9, 2017, after traveling the wrong way on Interstate 5 and crashing into a big rig, Sacramento Fire Department officials said. In this video, firefighters deal with flames from the horrific crash.