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  • Though Sacramento Isn’t on the List, Local Activists Prepare to Help if ICE Comes to the Area

    SACRAMENTO – Local advocates are preparing to support those living in the country illegally if Immigration and Customs Enforcement takes action in Sacramento. Sacramento is not on the list of cities supposedly being targeted in the ICE raids, but advocates want to be prepared just in case. So, they spent  Sunday giving advice to people who have entered the country without legal permission. At Sunday morning services across Sacramento, sermons shift focus from lessons on the Bible— to lessons on […]

  • Sacramento Police Investigating Deadly Shooting in North Sacramento

    SACRAMENTO — The Sacramento Police Department is searching for the person who shot and killed a man at a park in Del Paso Heights Friday night. Authorities responded to the shooting at Hagginwood Park on Marysville Boulevard around 9:13 p.m. “Shots went off people started ducking, running and hiding for cover. All that type of stuff. By the time we look up, unfortunately he was one of the people hit and he passed,” Londell Marshall said. Marshall described the victim […]

  • Concow Couple Lifts Neighbors’ Spirits after Camp Fire With Home-Cooked Meals

    CONCOW — Every night at supper time, you’ll find Teri Rubiolo dishing out a message. “People need to know they’re loved and cared about,” Rubiolo said. “It’s that simple.” A warm meal for anyone in Concow who needs it. “I absolutely love Jesus and he set the example when he had compassion and fed the multitudes. So I just want to try and follow in his footsteps the best I can,” she said. Roughly three years ago, she and her […]

  • Long Before Her World Cup Fame, Megan Rapinoe Played for Elk Grove

    FOLSOM — Before she could dribble her way to a World Cup title, Megan Rapinoe got her “kickoff” in Elk Grove. “She was one of those people that, you know, as a parent you wish that was your daughter,” said soccer coach Danny Cruz. The U.S. women’s national soccer team co-captain played for coach Cruz in high school on the Elk Grove Pride youth league. He handpicked Megan and her twin sister, Rachael, after his team played them in their […]

  • Police Use of Force Bill Heads to Newsom’s Desk

    SACRAMENTO (AP) — A bill that sets new standards for when police can use deadly force is awaiting Governor Gavin Newsom’s signature. Assembly Bill 392 passed the Senate with a 34-3 vote. It previously cleared the Assembly 67-0. The bill was introduced in the aftermath of the 2018 death of Stephon Clark, who was unarmed when he was fatally shot by Sacramento police officers in his grandmother’s back yard. Officers were in the neighborhood investigating reports of a man breaking […]

  • SoCal Earthquakes Renewed Interest in Early Warning App. Is It Coming to Sacramento?

    SACRAMENTO — Moments before you even feel an earthquake, ShakeAlert is designed to give you a warning. “We have seismometers out in the field that detect ground motion. Those devices pick up the moving ground really quickly, send information to a processing center that makes the decision on whether to issue a ‘ShakeAlert,’” ShakeAlert communications coordinator Robert de Groot said. The mobile app, run by the US Geological Survey, is in development to be rolled out across the West Coast […]

  • DNA Being Used in Growing Number of Cases

    SACRAMENTO — The Golden State Killer, the NorCal Rapist and now another man, Mark Manteuffel, are all behind bars thanks to genetic genealogy. “These are horrific crimes that families have waited decades for (answers),” said Sacramento District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert. “It’s changing the world. It’s probably the single greatest advancement since the time of fingerprints.” In all these cases, investigators used DNA left at crime scenes to match it with someone in the suspect’s family tree. Those people voluntarily […]

  • Queen Sheba Reopens after Someone Set Fire to the Beloved Broadway Restaurant

    SACRAMENTO — Contractors worked all weekend to get the outside of Queen Sheba ready for customers. Chowing down on her favorite meal, Jaeda Barnes couldn’t be happier that Queen Sheba was back open Monday. “I’m here like, honestly, three or four times a week,” Barnes said. The treasured Sacramento restaurant was forced to shut down after investigators say someone intentionally set it on fire last week. “That really hurt my heart,” Barnes told FOX40. Newly released surveillance footage shows the […]

  • Man Dies after Neighbor Pulls Him From South Sacramento Apartment Fire

    SOUTH SACRAMENTO — A man is dead after an early morning apartment fire in South Sacramento. It happened at an apartment complex near the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard and 43rd Avenue. “My son woke up and said, ‘Dad, I smell smoke,’” Gilbert told FOX40. Gilbert rushed outside of his South Sacramento apartment Sunday morning to find the unit above his in flames. He said all he could think of was his neighbors’ safety. “Life comes first,” he […]

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