Recent Articles
  • Chipping Away at Childhood Cancer Charity Golf Tournament

    Gary Gelfand gives us a preview of The 16th Annual Chipping Away at Childhood Cancer Charity Golf Tournament going on in Lincoln.

  • Rainbow Loom: The Latest Craft Sensation

    Rainbow Loom: The Latest Craft Sensation

    First there were slap bracelets, then Silly Bandz, now the newest tween accessory obsession is the Rainbow Loom. Bethany Crouch learns how to weave some of the friendship bracelets, key rings, and hair accessories that are included in the Rainbow loom with the help of 10-year-old Lauren Bernard and her friend Alex Lehman.    

  • Where Does the Sierra Nevada Begin?

    In today’s “Know Your Neighbor” Darren Peck discusses the exact spot where the Sierra Nevada begins.

  • California Death Penalty Ruling

    Paul Robins talks to FOX40 Legal Analyst Ken Rosenfeld. They discuss yesterday’s ruling by a federal judge in Orange County, who declared the death penalty “unconstitutional” in the state of California.

  • Where Does the Sierra Nevada Begin?

    In today’s “Know Your Neighbor” Darren Peck discusses the exact spot where the Sierra Nevada begins.

  • California Death Penalty Ruling

    Paul Robins talks to FOX40 Legal Analyst Ken Rosenfeld. They discuss yesterday’s ruling by a federal judge in Orange County, who declared the death penalty “unconstitutional” in the state of California.

  • Women Bloggers Making Multi-Million Dollar Impact

    While mainstream media remains male-dominated, when it comes to the digital side, women are doing big things. In the last 10 years, women bloggers have become a multi-million dollar voice, using their opinions to influence everything from politics to social issues to parenting trends to food and fashion. Sacramento boasts a growing community of women bloggers, many who’ve gained national recognition and turned their blogs into paying gigs. ‘There have been a lot of Sacramento blogs that have become much […]

  • Urban Development in Sacramento

    The downtown arena is sure to change the city’s landscape, and encourage a more metropolitan look to Sacramento’s architecture. Contributing writer Anita Chabria for Sactown Magazine wrote about 3 different designs in the works for Sacramento estimated to open over the next couple of years. She speaks with Paul Robins about the overall big picture.

  • Ford Dealerships Hiring Local Mechanic Students

    Students at Universal Technical Institute may have a leg up in the job search thanks to area Ford dealerships. Representatives from 15 dealerships scouted potential employees. Erick Rucker met with a few to hear about their prospects.