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  • Stolen Fire Engine Leads to Wild Pursuit Through Five Counties

    Rio Linda — A Sacramento Metropolitan Fire engine was stolen Saturday afternoon and the driver led multiple law enforcement agencies on a wild chase through five counties as the fire engine traveled north on Highway 65. #Engine111 was recovered after traveling about 2 hours from #RioLinda in #Sacramento County to #YankeeHill in #ButteCounty — Metro Fire of Sacramento (@metrofirepio) July 15, 2018 Earlier in the day, Metro Fire responded to a vegetation fire in the Rio Linda area. The fire […]

  • Woman Found Shot, Killed Near Intersection in South Sacramento

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO — A male near the intersection of Florin Road and Stockton Boulevard flagged down a Highway Patrol vehicle on Sunday to notify them that a female had been shot and was unresponsive in a vehicle in South Sacramento. Just before 1 a.m. Sunday morning, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department was notified by CHP about the dark-colored sedan and immediately responded along with the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department. Deputies Investigate Homicide in South Sacramento County pic.twitter.com/PBnpJRMzeM — Sacramento Sheriff […]

  • Fair Oaks Vegetation Fire Along American River

    FAIR OAKS — A vegetation fire has broken out along the American River in Fair Oaks in an area with difficult access for fire crews. The fire near 3851 River Drive started Saturday evening. The cause is currently unknown. A helicopter, Copter1, is being used to drop water on the fire as crews make their way down the difficult path. Fire engines along with a bulldozer are being coordinate to fight the blaze. Metro Fire says that crews are making […]

  • Family of Bears Breaks Into Home, Trashes Kitchen

    SOUTH LAKE TAHOE – Fire crews responded to a condominium in South Lake Tahoe after the resident called to report a Mama Bear and her three cubs had broken in. These omnivores hibernate during the winter and the females will usually give birth (without waking up) mid-winter in their dens, according to National Geographic. Cubs live with their mothers for up to three years. This mama bear was just trying to provide. Fire Crews used sirens and air horns to […]

  • Deputies Investigate Homicide in South Sacramento

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO — Sacramento County sheriff deputies responded to a homicide call around 4 a.m. Sunday after a body was discovered in a home in South Sacramento near 47th Avenue. A section of the 6300 block of Burns Way was taped off by law enforcement as they continued to investigate. “Oh, I was coming home from church, go that way to my house and I just seen that,” said Mark Tabarez. One male victim was found deceased inside the home. […]

  • Stabbing Victim Stabs His Attacker in Alleged Retaliation Effort

    PLACERVILLE – A stabbing victim allegedly waited for his attacker to be released from jail then stabbed his attacker in a possible retaliation effort on Sunday in Placerville. Christopher Weise stabbed Ruben Archuleta at the intersection of Main and Sacramento streets, according to Placerville police. Weise was stabbed by 52-year-old Archuleta on May 18, in the Stage Coach Alley near Main Street.  Archuleta was booked into the El Dorado County jail for assault with a deadly weapon and Weise was […]

  • Pride: Sacramento Crowds March for LGBTQ Rights Amid Election Season

    SACRAMENTO – The Sacramento Pride festival and parade took place Sunday and thousands of people came equipped with flags, signs and were decked out in rainbow clothing from head to toe. Though rainbow flags and supportive signs were waving all morning during the parade, for LGBTQ folks, celebrating Pride month isn’t just about the flags and rainbows. It’s about connecting to others in the community, supporting each other and, most importantly, it’s about love and making sure that love is […]

  • 2nd Annual Black Women’s March Focused on the Question: Can I Live?

    SACRAMENTO — The 2nd annual Black Women’s March took place Saturday at the State Capitol. This year’s theme: #CANILIVE. The march, that kicked off at Crocker Park and ended at the Capitol, was put on by Black Women United (BWU); a non-profit organization that is “dedicated to the education, protection and advancement of Black women.” The event featured guest speakers like MC Lyte along with other prominent figures in the community such as Valerie Spencer, Jamilah Lemieux and Pleshette Robertson. These […]

  • Suspects Arrested for Stealing Premium Baseball Gloves After Being Pulled Over for Fake Registration Tags

    VACAVILLE – Two men from Sacramento were arrested last week after allegedly stealing $2,805 worth of high-end baseball gloves from Dick’s Sporting Goods. The suspects were originally spotted due to a very “cleverly” designed registration sticker. The Vacaville Police Department states an officer around the Premium Outlets noticed a vehicle with what seemed to be forged registration tags. The vehicle tried to escape into a nearby parking lot but was eventually pulled over for a traffic enforcement stop. The driver, […]