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Full-body spandex, pointed plastic ears and sheathed Samurai swords were standard garb at Sacramento's inaugural Wizard World Comic Con Saturday, where thousands gathered to pay tribute to their favorite science fiction and comic book characters.
This NOAA satellite shows a broad area of low pressure off the coast of British Columbia.
Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian, R-San Luis Obispo, during session in the Assembly chambers in Sacramento, Calif.
In-state businesses shipped merchandise valued at $12.87 billion in January, up just 2 percent from $12.61 billion in January 2013, according to an analysis of Friday’s U.S. Commerce Department figures by Beacon Economics, a consulting firm with offices in the Bay Area and Los Angeles.
The driver who caused a deadly car collision in Land Park last month was high on drugs and driving at "excessive speeds," Sacramento police allege.
Sacramento soul standout and recent "Voice" contestant James Cavern will be there.
In a panel discussion Friday during the State of the Region forum are, from left, Ashil Abhat from Bank of America, Meg Arnold of SARTA, Steve Currall of UC Davis, CSUS President Alexander Gonzalez and Trish Rodriguez of Kaiser Permanente.
In another sign of the hypercompetitive local grocery market, The Fresh Market Inc. announced Thursday it is closing all three of its Sacramento-area stores, as well as a fourth location in Houston, Texas.
Police in Sacramento are investigating a possible failed attempt to steal the Golden Spike from the California State Railroad Museum.
It stars, from left, Dan Sattel, Renee Mercer, Jason Hammond, Analise Langford, Scott Martin and Patricia Glass.
In some of his most aggressive remarks to date about the Democratic incumbent, Kashkari said Brown's political legacy is "the destruction of the middle class of California."
During the next several weeks, the California Senate Committee on Energy, Utilities and Communications will consider legislation requiring all handheld mobile devices sold in the state to include a "kill switch."
The American River is flowing higher through Sacramento today, part of a federal effort to help young salmon at risk during the drought.
People too busy to get to Ash Wednesday church services this week were able to get their Ashes to Go.
One state lawmaker reported receiving four bricks as a gift. Sacramento's Sloat Higgins Jensen & Associates lobbying firm has now lost three prominent clients it billed $636,000 last year as revelations surfaced that founder Kevin Sloat would pay a record-breaking $133,500 fine for giving prohibited campaign contributions to California officials.