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As more Sacramento homes slip into foreclosure, scores of house "flippers" have swooped in to buy properties at rock-bottom prices and sell them for quick profits.
Sacramentans struggling to keep their homes increasingly are suing their lenders for fraud, even though judges rarely rule in their favor.
This is the fallout of the housing bust: enough vacant dwellings in the Sacramento region to harbor every El Dorado County resident or to shelter all the state's homeless on a typical night.
Local government leaders across California are hurriedly shifting redevelopment agency properties and money into city coffers ahead of a possible state move to abolish redevelopment and redistribute unspent funds.
Police said Saturday that they don't know why someone gunned down two men frail from heart attacks and advancing years as they slowly ambled through a quiet Elk Grove neighborhood during their daily afternoon walk.
In a neighborhood flush with short sales and foreclosures, Patrick and Linda Rossitto are trying to sell the old-fashioned way.
Mortgage defaults are not just a problem of the poor. Sacramento's wealthiest residents are defaulting on their recent home loans at least as often as everyone else.
At the end of the month, Julia Noto is losing her Child Protective Services job as a nurse going into homes with babies, most with mothers who used drugs during pregnancy.
Lynn Frank, the embattled head of the Sacramento County agency that oversees Child Protective Services, announced Tuesday that she is resigning.
Lynn Frank, the embattled head of the Sacramento County agency that oversees Child Protective Services, announced this afternoon that she is resigning. Her resignation comes on the eve of the release of a report from the county grand jury that...