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A Sacramento man was stabbed and killed while trying to break up a fight in the Arden area on Wednesday.
Award-winning Sacramento chef Evan Elsberry loves to host themed wine dinners. They’re his way of socializing, since he “lives at the restaurant,” he says.
The case of a 7-month-old baby and his father murdered more than six years ago is in the hands of a Sacramento jury.
Duane Lomax told the 911 operator he thought he saw the woman pull a gun on him during their late-night argument in a Wendy's parking lot on Watt Avenue.
St. Patrick's Day falls on Monday, March 17, but it's not too early to start celebrating your inner Irish.
This recipe was developed by celebrity dietician and author Ashley Koff for Almond Breeze.
A daily series, Connect! Unite! Act! seeks to create face-to-face networks in each congressional district.
The Ose family of Sacramento will grant $1,000 awards to selected graduating seniors at 21 public high schools this spring, part of a 10-year commitment to recognize students who perform community service.
Friends and family of missing musician Broughty Cole form a circle during a candlelight memorial /vigil at Miller Park Tuesday.
Over the past two years, as California has shifted responsibility for tens of thousands of convicted felons from state prisons to county jails and probation rolls, law enforcement officials across the state have stepped up the debate on the merits of punishment vs. rehabilitation – and where the balance lies between public safety and second ... (more)
That pain motorists have been feeling at gas pumps in recent weeks is real, and AAA on Tuesday released the hard numbers as evidence.
An electrically powered skateboard called a 'Zboard' during a press event near the State Capitol in Sacramento, Calif, on Tuesday, March 11, 2014.
A police pursuit with speeds topping 100 mph and beginning near the State Capitol covered nearly 90 miles before it ended early Tuesday morning with the suspect's arrest in Richmond, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Ronyn Paredes, 14, has the flag fly on his face as he and other members of the MCROTC at Kennedy High School put flags away during a windy Thursday afternoon on Dec. 19, 2013 in Sacramento.
Wildlife officials said they will consider a plan to move millions of hatchery-raised salmon by tanker trucks to the ocean if the Sacramento River and its tributaries prove inhospitable due to the drought.
Searchers on the Sacramento River have found a body in the water close to the park where a missing man's car was found last week.