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While Sacramento's children burn through their final weeks of summer freedom, school officials are urging parents to prepare for the school year by getting kindergartners and seventh-graders their proper immunizations.
By any standard, Dennis Felmley's death was a tragedy.
Jake Bath is an athlete first, and he is taking his skills to Paris in October to compete in a tournament as a member of the USA Under-18 Power Soccer Team.
As children rifled through barrels of books, swung balloon swords and smiled through the sparkle of rainbow-colored face paint, the Sacramento Public Library moved closer to its goal of 30,000 members in its summer reading program.
With an established medical practice, devoted patients and a Sutter Roseville Physician of the Year award, the decision to retire, pack up and dedicate a year of service to a developing country would be daunting.
In a one-time reversal of roles, ice cream trucks in Sacramento today will be chasing their customers down streets and around the grid.
A national animal rights group from the Bay Area on Thursday sued the State Fair and the University of California Board of Regents over the confinement of pregnant and nursing pigs in a livestock exhibit.
Sacramento experts and community leaders will host a dialogue Saturday about mental health, becoming one of the first 10 cities to join the national conversation on mental health, an initiative President Barack Obama called for in early June.
The 20-year-old man arrested in connection with the pocketknife stabbing death of 51-year-old Robert Earl Vickney Jr. at a weekend party in Rocklin may have been acting in self-defense, authorities said Tuesday.
The Chan House Project is about $260,000 away from transforming the 100-year-old structure at 917 Sutter St. into the Howard Sr. and Mabel Chan Museum, a place to commemorate the history and contributions of Chinese and other Asian immigrants in...