Inaugural Poet Amanda Gorman's Sacramento Grandmother Not Surprised By SuccessAmanda Gorman's stirring performance at Wednesday's inauguration has been praised for meeting the moment. Her grandmother, who lives in Sacramento, isn't surprised by her success.
Groups Of Inauguration Day Protesters At California State Capitol Met With Show Of ForcePolice in Sacramento on Wednesday were monitoring protests happening around the California State Capitol on President Joe Biden’s inauguration day. 
COVID Surge: Stay-At-Home Order Lifted For Greater Sacramento RegionIn a surprising turn after state health officials indicated no major changes in ICU capacity across California, the stay-at-home order was lifted for the Greater Sacramento region Tuesday.
Video Shows Rescue of Paragliding Santa Claus Caught in Power Lines Near SacramentoA paraglider dressed as Santa Claus was rescued after being caught in power lines in Rio Linda on Sunday.
Sacramento Police Investigate Fatal Black Friday Shooting at Arden Fair MallPolice in Sacramento on Friday night responded to a shooting at Arden Fair Mall that left one person dead and a second person critically injured, according to authorities.
California Man Sentenced To 20 Years For DUI Meth Fatal Crash That Killed Father Of 3A 41-year-old Northern California man convicted of causing a fatal accident while under the influence of methamphetamine at Lake Tahoe last summer has been sentenced to six to 20 years in prison.
VIDEO: Trump Protester Seen Climbing On CHP Vehicle, Falling To Ground As It Takes OffAt least one protester could be seen falling and hitting the ground hard after climbing on a California Highway Patrol vehicle in the protest outside President Donald Trump’s visit to Sacramento on Monday.
Victims Of Golden State Killer Get Their Day In Court To Tell Stories Of Trauma, Terror, PainNearly three dozen survivors and family members of victims will confront Joseph James DeAngela, the police officer who eventually became known as the Golden State Killer, before he is sentenced to life in prison.
Tenants Face Imminent Evictions If State Lawmakers Don't Act QuicklyThe clock is running out on eviction protections for tenants in California, with the current statewide moratorium set to expire on August 14th.
Rule Change Allows CA Lawmakers At Risk For COVID-19 To Vote Without Being PresentThe California Assembly changed its rules on Monday to let lawmakers at high risk for the coronavirus vote on bills without being present in the chamber.
Man Pulled From Path Of BART Train Grateful To His RescuerThe man at the center of a heart-stopping close call at the Coliseum BART station following the Oakland Raiders game on Sunday is speaking out.