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A man was taken to an area hospital early today after inhaling smoke during a fast-moving apartment fire.
With passersby looking on, construction workers on Monday oh-so-carefully lowered 11-foot concrete letters onto the ground in front of the gates to Cal Expo.
Sacramento's hotels are steadily recovering from the recession, but that doesn't mean it's back to business as usual.
Copper crooks, beware: Sacramento is trying to pull the plug on wire theft.
Copper thieves, beware: The city of Sacramento is trying to pull the plug on wire theft.
Former board members of the Newcastle Fire Protection District wasted taxpayer money by neglecting repairs at a damaged fire station, resulting in needless spending on temporary housing for firefighters and on a costly special election, accordin...
Banished long ago from the inside of bars and restaurants, smokers also could lose the ability to light up on patios at many restaurants and bars in Sacramento.
Firefighters contained a 237-acre grass fire west of Roseville on Thursday that was fed by dry conditions and wind gusts. The fire burned along PFE Road between Watt Avenue and Walerga Road in Placer County. At 2:20 p.m., the California Depa...
Faced with losing its volunteer coordinator and a move to a new location, the Sacramento chapter of the Veterans History Project has arrived at a crossroads.
Loaves & Fishes, a Sacramento homeless shelter and advocacy organization, celebrated its 30th anniversary Wednesday with a parade that featured representatives from nonprofit organizations, homeless children and adults from all walks of life...