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Recent Articles
  • Salvation Army Culinary Arts Program

    Olivia is at the Salvation Army tasting food and getting a look at their Culinary Arts Program. The Salvation Army of Sacramento’s Culinary Arts Training Program, a program that welcomes people who have struggled with homelessness and substance abuse, and gives them a unique opportunity.  Through this program, they develop kitchen skills to support meaningful employment in local hospitality industries while instilling professionalism, confidence and dignity. Each 16-week course includes 384 hours of class and lab instruction, which includes a National Restaurant Association ServSafe Certificate upon passing the […]

  • 3D Candies at the Sacramento Chocolate Salon

    Mae is in the kitchen with the owners and chocolatiers at 3D Candies.  3D Candies will be participating in the Sacramento Chocolate Salon Sacramento CHOCOLATE SALON January 27, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Citizen Hotel in downtown Sacramento.

  • AP Classes: Is Your Child Ready for Them?

    According to The College Board, more than 2.8 million students take Advanced Placement exams every year in 38 different subjects. Starting in January, students can sign up for fall courses. So, why should a parent encourage their child to take an AP course? Key Reasons: The college admission advantage The opportunity to save time and money in college. Completing AP courses and exams distinguishes students in the college application process and admission officers like students who show initiative to learn […]

  • Victim in Critical Condition after Two Shot in Stockton

    STOCKTON — Two victims were hospitalized Tuesday night after they were shot in Stockton. Officers arrived at the shooting scene in the area of West Lane and East Alpine Avenue around 6:45 p.m., according to Stockton police Officer Joe Silva. The two shooting victims were located and transported to local hospitals. Silva reports one was in critical condition. No suspects have been identified, according to Silva. Stay with FOX40 for more updates on this shooting investigation.

  • Stockton Shooting Victim Hospitalized; Police Search for Suspect

    STOCKTON — A Stockton shooting victim was hospitalized Tuesday. The Stockton Police Department reports the shooting occurred at 4:14 p.m. in the area of North Baker and West Elm streets near American Legion Park. One man was shot. He was alert and breathing when he was taken to a local hospital, according to the police department. No one has been detained in connection to the shooting. Stay with FOX40 for more updates.

  • Healthy Food Tips from FITeats

    Eric is in the kitchen with Don Arnold, CEO of FITeats, getting a look at their strawberry protein pancakes along with some other healthy meals they serve in our area. FITeats is a local delivery/pick up service that makes it easy to to eat healthier with pre-made food. Tips for Healthy Eating 1. Plan ahead and commit to meal prep. Spending more time on meal prep is linked to better dietary habits, like eating more fruits and vegetables. Not only […]

  • Falling Prices Discount Store Attracting Bargain Hunters

    Olivia is out in Carmichael checking out the newest discount store in our area. The Falling Prices website  describes the store as “a new concept in discount retail where prices in the store fall each day until everything sells.  Each Tuesday the store opens with new inventory and by the end of the day Saturday it will all be gone.  New product is then brought in and the process starts all over again.”

  • Mental Wellness Month: How to Avoid Job Burnout

    Mae is in the studio with some tips on how to spot the symptoms of job burnout and also how to avoid it.

  • Sacramento Police Investigate Shooting in Jack in the Box Parking Lot

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO — Two people were shot in South Sacramento Monday night and the suspect has not been found. Evidence markers dotted the Jack in the Box parking lot on Elder Creek and Power Inn roads as the Sacramento Police Department investigated the shooting. The adult victims went to the hospital before they could be assessed at the scene by medical personnel, according to police. They sustained non-life threatening gunshot wounds. Two people have been shot at this scene along […]