Sacramento Man Traveling To LAX Mistakenly Ends Up Flying To DallasInstead of a quick trip to Southern California, a man flying from Sacramento International Airport got an unexpected flight to the Lone Star State.
Sheriff's Deputy's 3rd Alleged Flashlight Beating Costs Sacramento County $200KSacramento County has agreed to pay $200,000 to settle an excessive-force complaint that alleges a suspect was needlessly beaten by a deputy wielding a flashlight. This is the third such settlement in eight years.
Singer Takes Knee During Anthem Performance At Kings GameA singer who lives in the Bay Area stirred up quite a buzz Monday night when she took a knee as she sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" during the inaugural Sacramento Kings game at the new Golden 1 Center.
Groups Push To Merge Sacramento With Bay Area To Create 'Mega Region'With Bay Area traffic extending to Sacramento and the Central Valley corridor, its no surprise that several economic groups are pushing to rename this area the “Bay Area-Sacramento Mega Region.”
California Child Credit Freeze Legislation Signed Into LawCalifornia parents now have a new tool to protect kids from identity theft thanks to a new law just signed on Friday by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Pie-Wielding Man Faces Felony Charge For Hitting Sacramento MayorA man who hit Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson in the face with a pie is expected to be formally charged with felony assault on Friday.
Sacramento Mayor Attacked By Pie-Wielding Man At Charity EventA man smacked Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson in the face with a pie at a charity dinner, and an official says the former NBA star went on the defensive.
Woman Faked Suicide To Avoid Prison Sentence, Sacramento Prosecutors SayProsecutors say a Sacramento County woman feigned suicide to avoid a prison sentence.
Woman Begins Historic Sacramento-To-San Francisco Bay SwimA veteran long-distance swimmer began her attempt to be the first person to swim non-stop from Sacramento to the San Francisco Bay early Friday.
Rape Statute Of Limitations Bill Clears State SenateGov. Jerry Brown will decide whether to eliminate California's 10-year time limit to bring rape and child molestation charges after several women were precluded from bringing cases against actor Bill Cosby.
Westbound I-80 In Sacramento Down To 1 Lane This WeekendDrivers are being urged to avoid Interstate 80 in Sacramento this weekend to avoid long delays.
Rape Kit Reporting Bill Fails In State SenateA bill to strengthen rape kit reporting requirements for police departments has failed to advance in the California Senate.

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