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  • Sutterville Elementary Kids Raise Big Money to Help Homeless

    SACRAMENTO- Sutterville Elementary Students have raised close to $12,000 to help the homeless. It started out as an activity to teach 5th and 6th graders how to write business letters and turned into a worthy charity lesson. About 200 5th and 6th graders wrote letters to local businesses asking for $100 to help their cause. The initial goal was to reach out raise $2,000 but the community responded with an outpouring. The final total was over $11,800. The students recently […]

  • First Ever Olive Oil Competition Coming to State Fair

    Olive oil producers will soon have the opportunity to put their skills to the test in the first ever extra virgin olive oil competition coming to the California State Fair this summer. Producers will get to showcase oils in more than 15 different classes and divisions. Author and olive oil sommelier Orietta Gianjorio shares details about the competition and how to register. Deadline for submissions is April 1.

  • Building Excitement for New Kings Documentary

    Long Live the Kings! The story of how Sacramento fought to save the beloved basketball team will live on with the release of a documentary capturing this story, “Playing to Win: A Relentless Pursuit to Save a Team.”  The trailer is online now, and the film is expected to be released in the spring. Director Rusty Prevatt talks about the film and some never before seen footage featured.

  • Sweet Treats for Your Sweetie

    Who doesn’t have a sweet tooth when it comes to Valentine’s Day and you can’t go wrong with a box of candy. The Candy Club is offering a special Valentine’s Day box that features yummy throwbacks like Pop Rocks, sour lips and cinnamon jelly beans. Order by Feb. 9 and your sweetheart will get it in time for that special day of love. Paul, Bethany and Mae had a blast trying all the candy fun – can you guess which […]

  • Professional Bull Riders in Sacramento this Weekend

    Gary Gelfand overcomes his fear of bull riding with a little help from rider Ryan Dirteater. The Professional Bull Riders is in town this weekend at Sleep Train Arena. You can catch all the action Friday at 8 p.m. and Saturday at 6:50 p.m. Tickets start at $15.

  • The Danny Oliver Foundation Working to Bridge the Gap in Communities

    The Danny Oliver Foundation is underway and aims to help improve relations between police and communities here in Sacramento. The foundation was started by Susan Oliver, widow of slain Sacramento Sheriff Deputy Danny Oliver with hopes of turning tragedy into a positive by building an organization that will provide training, education and outreach opportunities. You can help the foundation reach its goals by making a donation.

  • WWE Road to Wrestlemania 31

    Wrestlemania 31 is coming to northern California March 29 at the San Jose Convention Center – which means Sacramento fans have a chance to get up close and personal with their favorite all-stars. Thousands of fans attended WWE Live at Sleep Train Arena where the excitement is building for the big day. It’s a big deal. Photojournalist Emmanuel Chin hung with devoted wrestling followers and got a glimpse at the momentum and spoke with a few of the WWE superstars. […]

  • WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter Stops by to talk Wrestlemania Axxess

    WWE fans are you ready to get up close and personal with your wrestling heroes? Wrestlemania Axxess is the biggest fan event of the year and it’s coming to the San Jose Convention Center March 26.  WWE legend and ambassador Sgt. Slaughter sat on the big red couch with Paul Robins and Bethany Crouch to talk about the big event and his history with WWE.

  • Don’t Mess With WWE’s Legend Sgt. Slaughter

    When WWE Ambassador and legend Sgt. Slaughter demands no rain, he means no rain. Unfortunately, Darren Peck found out the hard the way what happens when you don’t obey orders.