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Dr. D. Levi Harrison, an orthopedic surgeon and UC Davis Medical School graduate, visited his alma mater in August to talk to students about the role that fitness plays in medical education.
Hundreds of people toting their rolled-up mats gather in McKinley Park on Saturdays for yoga sessions. Storefront studios brag that they offer "hot" yoga. There even are "mommy and me" yoga classes out there.
The Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District responded to two fires in a little more than two hours at area preschools.
Starting today, rural homeowners will begin receiving bills of up to $150 to cover the wildlands fire prevention services offered by the state in their neighborhoods.
The goal of the Sutter Moms of Multiples program is to help the women carry their pregnancies to full term, if medically possible, so the babies are as healthy as possible when they are born.
Patrick Scott is no stranger to Eppie's Great Race. He helped organize the first race in 1974 and has participated in nearly 30 races since, having completed about 15 of them in the Ironman division kayaking, bicycling and running.
Friends, family members and car enthusiasts gathered at the California Automobile Museum on Wednesday morning to celebrate the birthdays of a Sacramento veteran and his ancient automobile.
As Rancho Murieta prepares to deal with the increase in population that typically accompanies its Fourth of July festivities, residents found themselves with some unwelcome guests the Canada geese that have settled on the shores of Lake C...
San Juan de Oriente may not be the ideal vacation spot for everybody, but it offers a rewarding experience if you are willing to live with residents in their homes, put up with a scarcity of running water and pack your own toilet paper for the t...
At first glance, you might think that the graduates gathered in the side room of Plates Cafe are nothing more than your typical high schoolers, desperately trying to pin on their caps and checking to see whether their family members have arrived...