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When the Opening Ceremony officially kicks off the Summer Olympics today, six athletes with Sacramento-area roots will be among the more than 500 competitors for the United States in London.
She would buy 5-gallon buckets of vanilla ice cream and consume the entire container, drizzled in chocolate sauce, in less than a week. Bowl after bowl, quart after quart, she felt powerless to stop herself from opening the freezer and digging i...
There's not a lot that can keep Paul William Walden from getting behind the wheel. Three arrests for driving under the influence in the last decade didn't stop him. A suspended driver's license didn't do it.
With opening ceremonies for the London Olympics in less than two weeks, The Bee set out to talk with some of the area's young athletes about the upcoming Games.
Carole Jane Sturgis was the kind of neighbor you would want, a quiet 79-year-old widow who cared for neighbors' pets when they were away and walked down the street each day to feed stray cats.
Bleeding hands and sore muscles are the norm but CrossFit, launched from Santa Cruz a dozen years ago, is being sold to the masses on the notion that they, too, can do things they never dreamed possible.
Sheriff's detectives have identified three suspects in the drive-by shooting of a 3-year-old boy killed Wednesday night.
Detectives have identified three suspects in the drive-by shooting of 3-year-old boy killed Wednesday night.
Officials and volunteers are searching for a 60-year-old man who went missing Saturday evening east of Placerville.
Kim Conley was in fifth place, more than 20 meters behind third-place runner Julia Lucas with less than 200 remaining, in the 5,000-meter final at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in Eugene, Ore., last week.