Garrett Temple of the Sacramento Kings talks about why he has been raising his fist over the past couple of months following the playing of the National Anthem. He said he wanted to "honor our people" during Black History Month. Temple said he was
A film titled '"Gay ceremony marks opening of a huge bridge" shows a large crowd gathered to witness the opening of Tower Bridge over the Sacramento River on Dec. 18, 1935. California Governor Frank Merriam (1934-1939) presides over the ceremony.
On June 6, 1944, the United States and its allies stormed the Normandy beaches, overcoming entrenched Germany opposition and ultimately establishing a position from which to launch a final conquest of the European continent and end the war.
This is one in a series of videos looking back at big stories in Sacramento-area history. This one took place on May 2, 1967, when two dozen armed members of the Black Panther Party entered the state Capitol and 10 made their way to the back of th
This is one in a series of videos looking back at big stories in Sacramento-area history. This one took place on April 28, 1973, when a five-hour series of devastating explosions rip through a bomb-laden freight train near Roseville like a slow-mo
Here's an edited version of Library of Congress footage of the aftermath of the San Francisco earthquake of April 18, 1906. The 8.3 magnitude earthquake struck at 5:12 a.m. and was centered along the San Andreas Fault, which slices through coastal
Last year the Historic City Cemetery’s rose garden was in danger of being dismantled but public outcry put a halt to it. A year later, in 2017, the garden is a splendid sight in springtime. The rose garden's curator, Anita Clevenger, talks about