Sacramento News Headlines
- Influences of Cognitive Abilities in Old Age Study
Early life experiences, such as childhood socioeconomic status and literacy, may have greater influence on the risk of cognitive impairment late in life than such demographic characteristics
- Border Crisis and Illegal Immigration in America
Congressman McClintock recently delivered the following remarks on the House floor regarding the United States Border Crisis.
- California Limits Full Contact Football for Students
Governor Jerry Brown signed into law AB2127 which limits, but does not eliminate full contact football practices for middle and high school students
- 4 Sentenced in North Sacramento Murder Case
Herbert Alvarez, Arlonzo Banks,Darnell Williams, and Abdul Tanko were sentenced to prison for their roles in the 2011 murder of Rashad Alexander in north Sacramento.
- 2 Arrests in Tierra Way Murder
Deonte Lindel Upchurch, 25, and Matthew Brownwood, 31, were arrested yesterday afternoon and booked into the Sacramento County Jail on murder and robbery charges.
- Sunday Night Murder on Tierra Way
At approximately 9:40PM Sunday night (July 20, 2014), the Sacramento Sheriff's Deputies responded to the 7400 block of Tierra Way after receiving multiple calls of a male being shot during an altercation
- Exercise and Ice Cream August 6th & 7th
What's more fun than eating homemade ice cream on a hot summer day or night in Sacramento?
- Traumatic Brain Injury Was Devastating
Four days after getting his driver's license at age 16 in 1975, Todd Bode was coaxed into joining his big brother on a road trip. The hook was that Bode would be allowed to drive.
- Sacramento Gas Prices: Find the Lowest Price
Average retail gasoline prices in Sacramento have fallen 4.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.94/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 720 gas outlets in Sacramento
- Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Offers Solid Value
Although the 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander went through a much-needed redesign this year, note that the Sport model only made minor changes.
- Family of 5: Saving Big on TV, Internet and Phones
Recently, we decided to reevaluate our Comcast and AT&T services due to the combination of poor customer service and pricing issues.
- California Sales Tax Rates Heat Map
SACRAMENTO - George Runner announced a new Board of Equalization heat map showing varying sales tax rates across California.
- Down Syndrome: Common Antibiotic May Offer Hope
Researchers from UC Davis School of Medicine and Shriners Hospitals for Children - Northern California have identified a group of cells in the brain that they say plays an important role in the abnormal neuron development in Down syndrome.
- Pet Services in South Sac Courtesy of BAAT Mobile
Newly wrapped in spectacular graphics, the Bradshaw Animal Assistance Team (BAAT) mobile community outreach trailer will bring no-cost vaccination, microchipping, and wellness
- Governor Brown Signs AB1964 Gun Law
Governor Jerry Brown signed AB1964, legislation that will close a loophole that has allowed gun dealers to skirt California law and sell handguns without safety features
- Open Medical Marijuana Market says Attorney General Candidate
Ron Gold, challenging Kamala Harris in the November election for Attorney General has taken the side of medical marijuana vendors against the City of Los Angeles
- 3rd Arrest in Fulton Avenue Murder Case
James Wallace, 28, was arrested and booked into the Sacramento County Jail earlier today on a charge of attempted murder
- Gem Faire in Sacramento Aug. 15-17
Gem Faire, West Coast's Premier Jewelry & Bead Show, will be in Sacramento Aug. 15-17, 2014 at Scottish Rite Center
- Sacramento County Board of Education Elects New Officers
New officers were elected at the July 15, 2014, meeting of the Sacramento County Board of Education.
- California Drought: Emergency Water Regulation Approved
Drought Watch: In response to the ongoing severe drought, on Tuesday the State Water Resources Control Board approved an emergency regulation to ensure water agencies, their customers and state residents increase water conservation
- Hercules starring "The Rock" Dwayne Johnson opens July 24
Hercules starring "The Rock", Dwayne Johnson opens at 7 p.m. on July 24 at the Esquire IMAX Theatre.
- Sacramento Real Estate Market Slowing Down
Sacramento area Realtor, Julie Jalone of MagnumOne Realty in Roseville, writes about the slowdown in the housing market and how buyers and sellers are negotiating
- 2 Arrested in Killing of 20 Year Old
Tana Dania, 23, and Frank Eugene Jackson, 19, were arrested and booked into the Sacramento County Jail for murder charges
- Race for the Arts in Sacramento this August
Get a pledge or give a pledge. Grab your running shoes, friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors and take part in the 16th annual Race for the Arts
- 19 Year Old Jailed in Baby's Death
Guyland Washington, 19, was booked into the Sacramento County Jail following the death of his girlfriend's baby.
- 7 Years to Life in Torture Case
Sofronski Brookins who was convicted of aggravated mayhem, torture and a domestic violence was sentenced to 7 years to life in prison.
- Falling Gas Prices Coming Soon?
The last two weeks have seen some large drops in oil prices and gasoline spot prices- a very exciting thing to see in the middle of the summer driving season
- 20 Year Old Killed in Shooting on Fulton Avenue
When deputies arrived, a 20-year old male shooting victim was found in the parking lot and pronounced deceased at the scene.
- Let Them Eat Cake at The Grand Ballroom
The Sacramento Self-Help Housing non-profit organization is proud to present the 12th Annual "Let Them Eat Cake" fundraising event
- Sacramento Duo Arrested in Roseville Theft Case
Shafeeq Jamal Purdy, age 32 and Christopher Darnell Ross, age 20 , both of Sacramento, were arrested on suspicion of grand theft, conspiracy, and possession of burglar's tools
- Lexus RX 350 Not Just for Women
It's not difficult to understand why the Lexus RX has been popular for so long. It's always possessed a very stylish, classy exterior look that particularly appeals to women.
- California State Fair's Sacramento Museums Showcase
For the first time ever, the Sacramento Association of Museums (SAM) will offer an interactive and fun booth at the California State Fair (July 11-27, 2014)
- MIND Institute Neurodevelopmental Disorders Conference August 8th
The UC Davis MIND Institute holds the annual Summer Institute on Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Research to Practice on Friday, Aug. 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
- Violent Crime: Plea Bargaining Not a Good Idea?
A UC Davis study comparing violent misdemeanor convictions with their original criminal charges has found that subsequent violent crimes could be prevented if criminal charges were reduced less
- Woman Stabbed to Death in Sacramento
On Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at 7:50 a.m., the Sacramento Police Department responded to a report of a shooting near 24th St and Meadowview Road.
- 6 Plead in Insurance Fraud and ID Theft
District Attorney Jan Scully announced that Felisha Blackmon, Aaron Bonner, Darryl Cartwright, Bonita Clayborn, David Ludd and Atlakea Scott all pled no contest to felony charges of insurance fraud and personal identification theft.
- 24 Year Prison Sentence Handed Down in Manslaughter Case
Deandree Johnson was sentenced to 24 years in state prison after he pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter, assault, theft and robbery of an inhabited dwelling.
- Legalize Marijuana: Republican Candidate Endorses Idea
Ron Gold, last man standing to challenge Kamala Harris in November for the office of Attorney General of California, has boldly gone where few Republicans, except the most Libertarian, have gone
- Sacramento Kings Leadership Additions
The Sacramento Kings recently announced four leadership additions to the business operations staff
- Sickle Cell Drug Passes Early Phase Trial
A potentially groundbreaking investigational drug designed to treat the painful vaso-occlusive crises that are the hallmark of sickle cell disease has been found to be safe