Two Survive Fiery Emergency Landing At Mather FieldA pilot and his passenger escaped unharmed Thursday when their private jet made an emergency landing at Sacramento's Mather Airport and caught fire.
Parolee Dies In Back Of Sacramento Police WagonA man on parole died in a Sacramento police wagon that was taking him to jail, the Sacramento Police Department said.
Sacramento Police Identify Suspect In Bizarre Road Rage IncidentPolice have identified the man allegedly behind a road rage incident on a busy Sacramento street Monday, according to CBS13.
State Auditors Say California Underreports Hate CrimesCalifornia is underreporting hate crimes to the FBI, state lawmakers and the public because local law enforcement agencies lack adequate policies and training, state auditors said Thursday.
California May Expand Gun Violence Restraining Order LawCalifornia lawmakers took steps Monday to let school employees ask judges to temporarily strip gun rights from potentially dangerous people in the wake of a mass school shooting in Texas.
Sacramento Sheriff's Police Dog Stabbed During ArrestSacramento authorities say a police dog is recovering after being stabbed in the head multiple times while trying to apprehend a suspect in Carmichael.
California Law Limits Talk Of Immigration Status In CourtGov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation aimed at protecting people living in the country illegally from having their immigration status disclosed in open court.
Recycling Industry Reeling From Tough New China StandardsA warning for consumers: if you're not careful, what you toss in the recycling bin could end up in a landfill instead.
Legislators Push For Processing Of Thousands Of Untested Rape KitsAssemblyman David Chiu, D-San Francisco, and Sen. Connie Leyva, D-Chino, Tuesday emphasized the importance of two pieces of legislation that aim to tackle a backlog of untested rape kits in California.
George Deukmejian, Ex-Governor Of California, DiesTwo-term California governor George Deukmejian, whose anti-spending credo earned him the nickname "The Iron Duke," died Tuesday of natural causes, a former chief of staff said. He was 89.
Autopsy By Coroner Sheds Light On Sacramento Police KillingAn official autopsy released Tuesday says an unarmed black man was shot seven times, not eight as concluded by an independent doctor hired by the man's family.
Sacramento Noise-Metal Band Celebrates New Album In SFSacramento noise-metal outfit Will Haven plays a special San Francisco show Thursday to celebrate the recent release of its first new album in seven years.