The bondsman has been criminally charged with a number of weapons violations for taking guns instead of money from arrestees who were looking to get out of jail.
As the young students entered a lecture hall inside the sprawling UC Davis Medical Center recently, one after another paused in the doorway and let out an enthusiastic, Ooooh.
In response to persistent cases of illegal dumping, city officials are proposing a series of tougher enforcement measures to combat what has been described as a serious quality-of-life issue.
Defendants argued the 1,700 marijuana plants seized by authorities were for medicinal use.
The social networking site for neighbors provides opportunity for community-building and crime prevention, police say.
The Sutter Resource Library re-opens Wednesday.
Soon after 110,000 households in Sacramento received a robocall Sunday afternoon from a political group extolling the benefits of a new downtown arena, the campaigns seeking to force a vote on the arena project called foul.
Sacramento city officials and arts groups agree that the Community Center Theater could use some upgrading. The 2,400-seat facility across L Street from the Capitol hasn’t had a significant renovation since opening its doors nearly 40 years ago.
Deputy District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert leveled the charge at a candidates forum Tuesday night against California Deputy Attorney General Maggy Krell, who denied the allegation.
A Sacramento County jury today found a 49-year-old man guilty of molesting three young children over a nearly five-year period.