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  • Police Investigate After Man Found Dead on S Street

     SACRAMENTO — Officials are investigating a homicide that occurred in downtown Sacramento. A passerby discovered a man who they believed had been stabbed death in a planter on a sidewalk on S Street near 13th Street around 1:58 p.m. Saturday. According to the Sacramento Police Department, it is unknown what may have caused the man’s fatal injuries. The victim is described as a white male who is possibly homeless. There is no information available on the suspect or the incidents […]

  • Sac PD Searching for Suspect in Shooting Outside Downtown Liquor Store

     SACRAMENTO — The Sacramento Police Department is investigating a shooting that happened outside a downtown liquor store. The shooting happened at Rodney’s Liquor Store on J Street around 10:48 a.m. One man was shot. He was found in an alleyway south of J Street and transported to the hospital in serious condition. Authorities say the shooting happened after an altercation began in the store and continued outside the store. When officers arrived, witnesses pointed them to a nearby alley where […]

  • Sacramento Police Arrest Man Suspected of Spray Painting Swastikas on Church

    SACRAMENTO — Police in Sacramento have arrested a man suspected of spray painting swastikas on the exterior of a midtown church. Officers responded to the St. Francis of Assisi Parish on 26th and K streets to find the symbols painted onto the walls on Saturday. Surveillance cameras were faced the opposite direction. Investigators say 23-year-old Nico Traversie was identified as the suspect. By the time investigators zeroed in on Traversie, police say he’d already been arrested for a separate vandalism incident. […]

  • Athletes Run, Spectators Sit Through the Heat at US Track and Field Championships

    SACRAMENTO — A major outdoor event kicks off on the day people are least likely to want to be outdoors. The USA Track and Field Championships began Thursday at Sac State, what’s expected to be the hottest day of the year so far. However, if spectators stay home that could be bad news for the future of track and field events locally. The type of elite athletes competing at the U.S. track and field championships don’t seem to be the […]

  • School Bus Drops Natomas 5-Year-Old Off at Wrong School

    NATOMAS — For a 5-year-old, there’s nothing like the magic of the first day of school — even summer school. But her day took a turn. Myah Fisher’s school bus had picked her up from Bannon Creek Elementary in Natomas and was supposed to drop her off at her after school program. “They dropped me off at Hight. I was supposed to go to Herron,” Myah said. So there she was with another little boy dropped off in front of […]

  • Confrontation with Shoplifters at Citrus Heights AM/PM Caught on Video

    CITRUS HEIGHTS — An intense confrontation with some alleged shoplifters at a Citrus Heights AM/PM store is going viral. Store clerks say a man and woman were shoplifting and became belligerent when they were confronted. When clerks tried to intervene, one of the shoplifters shoved him. Video posted by Georgia LeeAnn on Facebook that captures the confrontation has been shared more than 2,700 times in less than 24 hours. Clerks say no one was hurt. The store and witnesses say […]

  • Cordova Shooting Center Could be Shutting Down

    RANCHO CORDOVA — The Cordova Shooting Center is in danger of closing and the NRA Members’ Council is calling on members to show support. For nearly 40 years, outdoor shooting has been available to the public at the Cordova Shooting Center. The facility is owned by the Cordova Recreation and Parks District and operated by Marksmanship Consultants. The president of Marksmanship Consultants, Pat Glaze, has been notified that his lease, ending June 2018, will not be renewed. This comes after […]

  • Family, Supporters of Sacramento Man Killed by Chico Police Gather at State Capitol

    SACRAMENTO — Family and supporters of Desmond Phillips gathered Friday afternoon on the west steps of the California State Capitol. Phillips, 25, was shot and killed by Chico Police on March 17. Philips’ family says he suffered from PTSD, memory loss and seizures after he was injured in an encounter with Sacramento Police officers in 2016. Phillips’s brother told FOX40 in March that he was having an “episode” in his father’s Chico’s apartment when an ambulance was called. Philips was […]

  • Auburn Police Arrest Teenage Suspect in Stabbing Homicide

    AUBURN — A suspect is in custody after a deadly stabbing in Auburn Friday morning. At 6:25 a.m. Auburn officers responded to Railhead Park, at the corner of Pacific Avenue and Sacramento Street, for a report of an injured transient man. The victim, identified as 62-year-old Steven Shelton, was transported to a local hospital where he later died from his stab wounds. Authorities arrested 19-year-old Timothy Mason for the homicide. Auburn police believe Mason acted alone. Police say there were […]