Sacramento News Headlines
- Plan for Traffic Delays to Sacramento International Airport
Sacramento International Airport is urging customers to plan ahead for possible traffic delays caused by the Caltrans construction project on US Highway 50, which takes place April 22-June 25.
- Christian Brothers H.S Wins 2014 Moot Court Competition
The student attorneys raised some serious civil rights questions in court. Did authorities violate a student's rights after accusing her of vandalism and searching her backpack?
- Arrest in Isleton Murder
Jeffrey Reimche, 49, of Isleton was arrested and booked into the Sacramento County Jail on a charge of murder.
- Victim Stabbed to Death in Isleton
When deputies arrived, they determined the disturbance was between two known persons which resulted in one subject stabbing the other during the altercation
- More Pain at the Pump as Prices Continue to Push Higher
Average retail gasoline prices in Sacramento have risen 5.7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.94/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 720 gas outlets in Sacramento.
- Harvard Law Professor to Lecture on Affordable Care Act
Charles Fried, the Harvard Law School professor known for his expertise on liberty and the limits of power, will speak in Davis and Sacramento as the UC Davis School of Medicine's 2014 Nelson Lecturer in the Humanities
- Juvenile Arrested for Murdering Two People
A male juvenile has been arrested in connection with the shooting and murder of two people; a male and female, in a parking lot off of Howe Avenue.
- Lexus GS 450 Hybrid: Expect Great Performance
Step lightly on the accelerator and this hybrid responds immediately. Tramp down on it and be ready for a power surge from this classy midsize luxury sedan.
- Secondary Conditions Worsen Disability
A person with a disability often has more to deal with than just his or her disability.
- 18 Year Old Killed in Sampson Boulevard Shooting
Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputies responded to the 5600 block of Sampson Boulevard just after midnight (April 12, 2014) to find an 18 year old male victim had been shot. The victim was pronounced deceased at the scene.
- Fire Prevention Fee Billing Begins Third Year
As the State's Fire Prevention Fee continues to be implemented, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) is providing property owners multiple resources
- Sacramento Ranks 17th in Most Energy Star Buildings
SAN FRANCISCO - The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the sixth annual list of the top 25 U.S. metropolitan areas with the most ENERGY STAR certified buildings.
- Island of Lemurs: Madagascar at IMAX
Island of Lemurs: Madagascar An IMAX 3D Experience is now playing at the Esquire IMAX Theatre in Sacramento
- 2 Dead Following Howe Avenue Shooting Report
Just after midnight (April 10, 2014), the Sacramento Sheriff's Department received numerous calls regarding people hearing multiple gunshots fired near the 2000 block of Howe Avenue
- Report: Feds Fail to Report Agricultural Illness and Injuries
Federal agencies responsible for tracking workplace hazards fail to report 77 percent of the injuries and illnesses of U.S. agricultural workers and farmers, new research from UC Davis has found
- Autism: Sounding the Alarm Premiere in Sacramento
On Tuesday, April 29, the UC Davis MIND Institute hosts the Northern California premiere screening of "Sounding the Alarm," a film that gives viewers a look at the profound changes that take place in the lives of 12 American families after their children receive an autism diagnosis.
- Sacramento Area Home Prices Update
Sacramento Area Realtor, Julie Jalone of MagnumOne Realty in Roseville, writes about a recent Trulia review of Sacramento home values.
- Gas Prices Higher Than Year Ago
Average retail gasoline prices in Sacramento have risen 2.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.87/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 720 gas outlets in Sacramento
- California Returning Millions to Business Owners
This spring thousands of business owners throughout California are receiving a welcome surprise in their mailbox. Rather than a notice of a new tax, fee or audit, they're getting a check from the State Board of Equalization.
- Smooth Ride and Comfort: Infiniti QX80
Infiniti has a weird habit of frequently renaming its vehicles. The luxury division of Nissan decided on new names for much of its 2014 lineup. Strange!
- Legless Man Considers Himself Lucky
When I first interviewed John Tartaglio years ago, he had just been on The Opray Winfrey Show. He went on to appear on her show two more times. Soon, he will appear on the Fox News show Hannity as the first person
- Lowe's $18 Million Hazardous Waste Settlement
Inspections revealed that Lowe's was routinely and systematically sending hazardous wastes to local landfills throughout California that were not permitted to receive those wastes
- American River Parkway Foundation Spring Clean Up
This Saturday April 5, the American River Parkway Foundation will be holding its 2014 "Spring Clean Up" from 9 am to 12 noon.
- 16 Year Old Wanted for Murder of Brother's Girlfriend
16-year-old Antoine Weber is wanted for homicide. Police believe he shot and fatally injured his brother's girlfriend, Nichole Duarte, aged 19.
- Distressed Housing Market Shrinking
Sacramento area realtor, Julie Jalone of MagnumOne Realty in Roseville, writes about the shrinking distressed housing market in California and where prices are headed.
- 30 Year Old Killed in Shooting on Little Oak Lane
At approximately 10:30PM last night, April 1, 2014, the Sacramento Sheriff's Communications Center received multiple callers reporting a shooting in the 4900 block of Little Oak Lane.
- Phone App to Help Detect Psychosis
Sacramento-area youth in the early stages of serious mental illness can receive a new smartphone app that helps them detect early warning signs of psychosis, through a one-year, $588,000
- 2014 Sacramento Music Festival May 23-26
Get ready to move your feet and dance in the streets morning, noon and night when the 2014 Sacramento Music Festival & Jubilee returns over Memorial Day Weekend, May 23-26!
- Epidemiology of Autism Lecture April 9th
The lecture will be held on Wednesday, April 9 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the MIND Institute auditorium, 2825 50th St. in Sacramento. The event is free and open to the public.
- Atypical Development In Siblings of Children with Autism
Atypical development can be detected as early as 12 months of age among the siblings of children with autism spectrum disorder, a study published by researchers
- Autism Research and Treatment Updates Lecture
Internationally respected autism researchers Sally J. Rogers and Judy Van de Water will provide updates on clinical and research advances in autism spectrum disorder on Wednesday, April 16
- 2 Killed as Teens Evade Police at over 100mph
On April 2, 2014 at approximately 0630 hours, Placer County Sheriff's Deputies were in pursuit of a white Ford 150 that was traveling on westbound I-80, with the suspects driving erratically and at speeds in excess of 100 mph.
- Months of Traffic Headaches on Highway 50 Expected
Expect significant traffic delays later in April through June when Caltrans commences construction on US Highway 50 south of downtown, between 18th and 24th Streets
- The Forest Foundation Hires New Executive Director
The Forest Foundation announces hiring its new Executive Director, Lindsay VanLaningham, to lead the foundation and work to advance its mission of educating Californians about
- Sacramento County Fair Seeks Entertainers of All Ages
The 2014 Sacramento County Fair is now accepting applications for entertainers of all ages interested in performing at the 2014 Fair.
- Gas Prices Move Higher...Again
Average retail gasoline prices in Sacramento have risen 3.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.85/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 720 gas outlets in Sacramento
- Serial Rapist Investigation Continues
Sacramento Sheriff Sexual Assault Detectives will continue to follow up on over 200 leads in the serial rape series along the Madison Avenue / Interstate 80 corridor which began in September 2013.
- Classic Sports Car: Nissan 370Z
As my wife and I walk toward the parking lot after visiting a local restaurant, I notice a man hovering over my car, which happens to be the very attractive 2014 Nissan 370Z NISMO.
- 22 Year Old Arrested in Violent Assault on Auburn Boulevard
Detectives arrested Kenneth Chandler Anderson, 22, and booked him into the Sacramento County Main Jail on four felony and one misdemeanor charges related to the brutal attack
- CHP Shoot Gun Wielding Suspect
At approximately 11:30PM last night, March 27th, the California Highway Patrol reported they had been involved in an officer-involved shooting within the County jurisdiction while investigating a possible auto theft