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  • At Least Four Businesses Destroyed in South Sacramento Strip Mall Fire

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO — An early morning fire tore through a South Sacramento shopping complex Friday, destroying four businesses. Shocked and heartbroken… we’ve heard that a few times this morning from the small business owners whose places burned down. Kevin’s Nails, Legends hair salon, Master Dry Cleaners, and a trucking company were in the strip mall on East Parkway & Florin @FOX40 pic.twitter.com/59v4Da0bbB — Karma Dickerson (@karmadfox40) May 25, 2018 Firefighters arrived at the building around 2 a.m. near East Parkway […]

  • Stockton Mayor Talks Successes, Challenges in State of the City Address

    STOCKTON — In his second state of the city address, Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs laid out a vision and plan for the city’s present and future. He began his speech celebrating what he’s proud of in Stockton. “Just the sheer amount of work we’ve done in the last 18 months —  from the programs we’re launching, from the basic guaranteed income demonstration, to Advance Peace, to the Stockton Scholars scholarship,” he said. “I’m starting to really feel this energy like things […]

  • Authorities Investigating Armed Break-In at Home Depot in Turlock

    TURLOCK — The gunshots and burglary that led to a mess at a Turlock Home Depot lasted only minutes. Around 4:20 a.m. Wednesday an employee called 911 reporting someone was trying to break into the store. Soon after, that the suspects had gotten inside. “While we were on the phone with the dispatcher the original caller said they could hear shots being fired from within the store,” Sgt. Russell Holeman, Turlock Police Department said. The two masked men in dark […]

  • Safety Changes Come to El Centro Road in Natomas, Too Late for One Family

    NATOMAS — Jamari Moore was just 15 years old when he was hit and left to die while riding his bike in Natomas last summer. “I just wish he had a little more time,” Jamari’s mother, Niesha Harris, told FOX40. “A lot more time actually.” El Centro Road, where Moore died, is often the fastest way for Harris to get where she’s going. Since August, she’s gone to great lengths to avoid it. “I can’t even explain the pain and […]

  • With Voting Changes, Sacramento County Expects Bigger Turnout

    The deadline to register to vote is May 21 at midnight. Click here for more information. SACRAMENTO — The June primary election is less than three weeks away, but voting is already underway in Sacramento County — and there are some major changes for voters. If you live in Sacramento County, you probably have already noticed one of them. You should have already received a ballot in the mail whether you asked for one or not. The county says a […]

  • Davis Community Paints Streets With Pride For Annual Celebration

    DAVIS —  In the dark hours of the morning, a bright spectrum of was lighting up the streets of Davis. Rainbows are filling downtown crosswalks, a hard to miss reminder of the celebration to come this weekend. “We’ve gotten so many positive events on Facebook. People saying how happy it does make them they’re getting excited for the event Sunday,” Tracy Tomasky, Davis Phoenix Coalition said. The people with the paint cans are with the Davis Phoenix Coalition — LGBTQ advocates […]

  • DA: 10 Kids Were Strangled, Shot With Crossbow, Waterboarded

    FAIRFIELD — The 10 children rescued from a filthy, abusive Fairfield home were strangled, punched, shot with crossbows and subjected to waterboarding by their father and their mother did nothing to stop it, prosecutors said. The details of alleged abuse were included in a motion to increase the bail of Ina Rogers, 31, who was charged with nine counts of felony child abuse Wednesday in Solano Superior Court. As the 30-year-old arrived at the courtroom, a trio of hecklers shouted profanity […]

  • East Area Rapist Suspect Appears in Court Without Wheelchair

    SACRAMENTO — The accused East Area Rapist’s entrance into court Monday morning was the most notable part of an otherwise brief hearing. Despite a crush of cameras, there were no photographs of Joseph DeAngelo in court, just a sketch of the first time the public has seen him on his own two feet. It is notable because he previously came to court in a wheelchair, appearing weak despite neighbors describing him as strong and active. On Monday, DeAngelo shuffled into the detention […]

  • Volunteers Step Up to Transform South Sacramento Community Center

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO — A top to bottom transformation is underway at Mack Road Valley Hi Community Center. It is all courtesy of Keller Williams Realty employees, who participated in their annual Day of Service Thursday. “We’re putting in a soccer field. We’ve got a shipping container to make into a bike workshop,” said Margaret Camparan of Keller Williams Elk Grove. In all, it’s an $11,000 upgrade for the South Sacramento center, but the end result could be priceless. “It allows kids […]