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Something historic happened in the early hours of Tuesday, March 11, 2014. The president of the United States was a guest on "Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis," a highly occasional semi-fake talk show that lives on the website ...
Edith-Adele Bellmer, who grew up with strong ties to Sacramento history in her family’s grand Heilbron House mansion, died Feb. 22 at 95, her family said.
William Hauck, a prominent figure at the state Capitol for decades and a longtime California State University trustee, died Friday after an eight-month battle with brain cancer, friend Rick Brandsma said. He was 73.
Nesting is a word predominately used to describe female behavior prior to giving birth. It can be defined by behaviors such as: getting the house in order, setting up the nursery and creating an ambience in the household to prepare for the arriv...
Rosmarie Blood, a professional dog breeder and judge who was president of the Sacramento Kennel Club, died Feb. 21 of congestive heart failure, her family said. She was 89.
The Rev. Richard A. Evers, a visionary pastor who took his ministry outdoors as the founder of a Sacramento drive-in church, died March 2 of health complications related to a fall, his family said. He was 82.
Long before Corvo shook up the landscape with "Dishonored," Garrett was showing how stealth was done in the "Thief" series. Capable of pick pocketing people like a pro and finding ways into houses and castles to steal valuabl...
The Smithsonian Channel is rebroadcasting a documentary about Korean War hero Maj. Kurt Chew-Een Lee, who grew up in Sacramento to be the first Asian-American officer in the Marine Corps.
Maj. Kurt Chew-Een Lee, who grew up in Sacramento to become the first Asian American officer in the U.S. Marine Corps and a decorated Korean War hero, has died at 88.
While Artem Anisimov has found another level of play, the Blue Jackets are still trying to find how to keep the pressure on as they chase a playoff spot.