Ten people were shot – one fatally – in four separate locations over a 26-hour period in Sacramento, authorities said Sunday.
Preliminary exterior designs for a new Citrus Heights City Hall will be presented during a community meeting Wednesday. The presentation follows up on a February meeting attended by about 80 people, who discussed design elements they considered important in a new building. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Citrus Heights Community Center, 6300 Fountain Square Drive.
The Midtown Business Association is hosting a spring mixer and open house Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at its new office, 919 20th St., between I and J streets. Attendees can mingle with business and property owners while sampling hors d’oeuvres and drinks from various midtown establishments. Admission is $10. Association members and a guest may attend for free.
I am considering moving from Cary, N.C., to Sacramento this summer. I don’t have to move now, but my question is this: Should I stay put and wait this drought out, or should I forget about it and come on out? – Robert Phillips, Cary, N.C.
Among the nine University of California undergraduate campuses, UC Davis charges the highest student fees, largely to support its emerging Division I athletics program and amenities like a state-of-the-art recreation center and upgraded coffeehouse.
Three people were taken to area hospitals Saturday night after a shooting at a south Sacramento apartment complex, Sacramento police report.
The letter was enticing: You’ve “won” a $3.9 million sweepstakes prize. To collect it, all that’s required is depositing an enclosed $3,900 check to cover so-called “processing fees.” But consumer experts say the letter - as well as pitches that arrive by phone, email or social media - are just another classic scam intended to fleece consumers of their money. A look at sweepstakes scams, as well as the Better Business Burea’s Top 10 consumer frauds for last year.
Here are this week's business events in the Sacramento region.
Sacramento police are investigating a shooting late Friday night that left two men wounded and another man dead.
Sacramento County sheriff’s deputies are investigating a drive-by shooting in the Fruitridge area that sent three people to the hospital Friday evening.
An Illinois man was sentenced Friday in federal court to 15 years and eight months in prison for orchestrating a marijuana distribution operation from Sacramento.
The kids caught a break 25-to-life instead of no-parole terms for their special-circumstance murder convictions. Even the DA said he thought Alexander Marquis Lewis and LaQuwon Warr could be rehabilitated and made eligible for future freedom, when theyll still be in their early 40s.