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During much of his lifetime, prolific American artist Norman Rockwell was shunned by art critics for portraying idealized images of American life. While he gained some recognition for his later work, which focused on more serious subjects such...
On the night of June 12, a sleek gray whale jumped more than 12 feet out of the water off Baja and smashed into a 50-foot sailboat heading toward Northern California.
Peter and Mary Steinert rolled up to the Sacramento Zoo's Twilight Thursdays car show in their newly restored 1956 Nash Ambassador Custom. They had never heard of the series of car shows until recently.
This week marks the start of the Tower Records Project, the Center for Sacramento History's fundraising campaign for the Tower collection.
It might typically be a rare sight for a team to cheer on the opposition, but this wheelchair softball game was about camaraderie and fun, not competition.
Hundreds of skin cancer studies have made it clear: The sun can kill.
At 10 a.m. Wednesday, three riders set off from the corner of Second and J streets in Old Sacramento, their horses treading the same route that the riders of the Pony Express used a century and a half ago.