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Investigators say it could be days or weeks before they understand exactly what led to the deaths of two women in their Placerville home last week, but they indicated Tuesday that they are not searching for suspects.
Low water levels at Folsom Lake have presented metal detecting enthusiasts with a chance to unearth coins, trinkets and other objects that haven’t seen the light of day for decades.
News that a winning Powerball ticket was sold at a gas station near McClellan Park raised eyebrows throughout the Sacramento region over the weekend. But the fact that no one stepped forward Monday to claim the $60 million jackpot came as no sur...
The Placer County teen who survived a fall down a hillside in the Foresthill area Tuesday afternoon is home resting with relatively minor injuries, his family said Wednesday.
The do-it-all midtown haunt Bows & Arrows will reopen with a tighter focus as Witch Room sometime in March.
Orangevale resident Tom Nelson is national player in a sport almost nobody knows about. That’s all about to change as competitive arm wrestling joins the ranks of crab fishing, gold mining, lumberjacking, house flipping, auto restoring, pa...
Sacramento has a Vogue Cleaners, an Ella and had a Cosmopolitan Cabaret, but the question of the week is: Does the capital city have style?
When it comes to being a runway model, walking is more than putting one foot in front of the other.
As the Olympic Games play out 6,600 miles away, many of the athletes’ longtime supporters, coaches and competitors living in the Lake Tahoe region watch with a sense of pride.
Coders, designers, programmers and dreamers of all ages stayed indoors over the rainy weekend to participate in a 30-hour development marathon aimed at kick-starting creative technology and product ideas that can bring Sacramento a little closer...