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Glitzy, glamorous ballroom dancing is ubiquitous these days.
At 5-foot-2 with braces, 13-year-old Justin Colvin doesn't look like a two-time national champion of much of anything.
In today's economy, paid internships at large firms are difficult for college students to come by, much less high school students.
Carnivorous plants are luring more than just insects these days; they're attracting excited young people to gardening.
Blessed this year with a few days of cool breeze amid the usually scorching July days, the California State Fair has see high attendance.
Every night at sundown, hundreds of Muslim people gather at the Sacramento Area League of Associated Muslims Center for iftar, the evening meal that breaks their daily fast during the holy month of Ramadan.
This week, residents of east Sacramento awoke to a newly painted array of anti-smoking murals right next to Mercy General Hospital.
By the end of 2014, the city of Rancho Cordova aspires to be home to the largest Veterans Village in Sacramento County, and potentially the largest of its kind in the state of California.
Thursdays are Art Days at the school within Shriners Hospitals for Children Northern California.
The firing of yoga instructor Alice Van Ness because she glared at a Facebook employee texting while in a half-moon yoga pose has Sacramento yoga teachers dumbfounded.