Recent Articles
  • National Guard Helping with Wildfire Prevention in Foothills

    AUBURN — It’s rough, grueling work through dense and rugged terrain. “All day long, whether in rain, heat, snow, this is what they’ll be doing for the next year,” Cal Fire Forest Management Task Force Battalion Chief Chris Paulus said. “The motivation these folks have is just … I’ve never seen it.” Twenty soldiers from the California National Guard have been called in to help prevent wildfires in Placer County by clearing fuel breaks. “The poler will be holding a […]

  • Rite Aid Pharmacy Robbery in Auburn Leads to Manhunt

    AUBURN — Three suspects are accused of robbing the Rite Aid off Grass Valley Highway Saturday afternoon. By text and phone calls, neighbors near Summit Street in Auburn learned of a man on the loose who was considered dangerous. “The phone rang and it was the police department saying, ‘Get inside your house and lock it up,'” said neighbor Randy Cox. Police said the suspects threatened a Rite Aid pharmacist, telling him they had a gun before taking off with […]

  • Sutter Medical Center Sees Baby Boom Among Nurses

    SACRAMENTO — Sleeping bundles of joy and baby bumps are common in the labor and delivery unit at Sutter Medical Center. Most days, the nurses there are tasked with helping new mothers deliver and care for their babies. Fourteen nurses have either become new moms or will be by the end of the year. “When you work in labor and delivery, you love babies and you see a lot of babies and you have a lot of babies,” nurse Audrey […]

  • Family of Slain North Natomas Librarian Pushes for More Security at Local Libraries

    SACRAMENTO — Nearly four month’s after his wife’s murder, a local man is making it his mission to try to prevent the same thing from happening to another family. The pain of Kelly Clark’s loss has not gotten any easier. “It is hard. It is hard because I feel that I perhaps didn’t do enough,” Clark told FOX40. His wife, Amber, was shot to death in her car outside of the North Natomas Library in December. She worked there as […]

  • Married Business Owners Missing after Tow Truck Plunges into Sacramento River

    SACRAMENTO — Crews had to stop recovery efforts after a tow truck went into the Sacramento River Tuesday because of dangerous river conditions. Employees from Justin’s Towing have not found any sign of their bosses, Shalvin and Roselyn Sharma. The husband and wife tow truck team has been missing since Tuesday night. “This is the last known spot for the GPS that was binging is off this bridge,” said Emilio, a Justin’s Towing driver. The tow truck and a semitruck […]

  • Double Homicide Investigation Underway in North Sacramento County

    NORTH SACRAMENTO COUNTY — The search is on for whoever shot and killed two men in north Sacramento County Saturday night. The shooting happened near the intersection of Elkhorn and Andrea boulevards, close to a busy shopping center. Investigators say it all started with some kind of argument involving the victims and at least one other person. “We don’t know what that argument was about. We don’t have a motive just yet nor have we identified any suspects or suspect […]

  • Off-Duty CHP Officer Helps Save Driver From Burning Truck Involved in Highway 99 Crash

    WOODLAND — As an officer with California Highway Patrol Officer Guillermo Hernandez is in the profession of protection. “Just always been the kind of guy who wants to help out,” Hernandez said. And, Friday morning, he proved he deserves his badge — and a whole lot of gratitude. “Just on my way home from work, after the graveyard shift, and saw an accident on the side of the road,” Hernandez remembered. Multiple cars were involved in a crash on Highway […]

  • Federal Bump Stock Ban Takes Effect

    SACRAMENTO — The federal ban on bump stocks, a device that allows semi-automatic guns to fire at a more rapid rate, went into effect on Tuesday. Bump stocks have been banned in California for years, but the federal ban means harsher penalties. “I’m sitting there with 22,000 fans enjoying life and then all of a sudden a war zone breaks out,” Lisa Fine, a survivor of the Route 91 Harvest festival mass shooting in Las Vegas, told FOX40. The terror […]

  • CHP: Teen Driver Hits, Kills Two Women During Their Morning Walk in Carmichael

    CARMICHAEL — Two 72-year-old women were out for their morning walk in Carmichael Friday morning when a car hit them. The women were on the shoulder of Arden Way near McClaren Drive when the car veered out of the main lane, striking and killing them. One of the victims has been identified as Peggy McClendon. The other woman’s name has not yet been released by the coroner’s office. “Two mothers are gone, sisters gone, grandmothers gone,” said friend and neighbor […]

Notice: you are using an outdated browser. Microsoft does not recommend using IE as your default browser. Some features on this website, like video and images, might not work properly. For the best experience, please upgrade your browser.