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Stan Lee, 91, is a living comic book legend, creating the likes of Spider-Man, Hulk, Iron Man and the X-Men.
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The airline said Monday it'll begin flying next year from Dallas to Boston; Oakland and San Jose, Calif.; Portland, Ore.; and Panama City Beach, Fla.
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Officers responded to a domestic violence call around 11 a.m. on the 100 block Seavey Circle in South Sacramento.
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A young mother is in jail after allegedly leaving her toddler alone in a car parked outside a supermarket, according to Sacramento police.
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A police detective is investigating the mysterious disappearance of a Sacramento musician whose car was found abandoned near the Sacramento Marina.
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Mecha Godzilla, one of the impressive cosplay creations spotted during Wizard World Sacramento Comic Con and Best of Show winner during the convention's cosplay contest alongside a pair of Predator costumes.
With thousands of people flocking to the Sacramento Comic Con, shops and restaurants around the Sacramento Convention Center said they are seeing a spike in business.
Though they share the same climate, Granite Bay residents use almost twice as much water per person as Sacramento residents, state data show.
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."
In this photo taken Friday March 7, 2014, Eric Henry gases up his car in Sacramento, Calif.
A California lawmaker has introduced legislation to regulate the state's free-wheeling medical marijuana industry — the farmers that grow the drug, the hundreds of storefront shops that sell it and especially the doctors who write recommendations allowing people to use it.
Despite urgent calls for water conservation amid one of California's worst droughts, more than 255,000 homeowners and businesses across the state can still use all the water they want without paying higher bills.
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.