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A judge sentenced two men who robbed a Cal Expo food vendor of more than $200,000 during the California State Fair four years ago to prison terms Friday, though one walked free after the sentencing because he’d served his time in jail awai...
Allen Campbell is a disabled former U.S. Marine pilot who, as a civilian working in Africa, helped rescue nuns and orphans during the Rwandan genocide of 1994.
As California continues climbing out of the recession, we look at three sectors vital to the Sacramento region: development, real estate and autos. In the second of a three-part series of conversations with local experts on the region’s ro...
Fears of an Ebola outbreak in the United States hit home Tuesday as health officials announced that a patient at a Sacramento hospital was being tested for the virus that has killed an estimated 1,200 people in west Africa.
A group of Sacramento-area buyers has aquired 555 Capitol Mall, including two office towers and a parking garage across L Street from the city’s planned sports and entertainment complex.
Home price gains and sales volume have shrunk in the Sacramento region after a dramatic two-year turnaround, DataQuick reported.
A new crop of midrise buildings with retail on the ground floor and housing above is rising in Sacramento’s midtown and downtown areas.
Most of a prime block of Q Street in downtown Sacramento was purchased by a Philadelphia-area business owner Friday.
Real estate agents competing for commissions in Sacramento are increasingly using a device common in movie theater lobbies: the coming soon sign.
A local development firm released a proposed rendering Tuesday of a mixed-use project it plans to build at 21th and L streets with a Whole Foods market on the ground floor and 140 apartments above it.