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  • 3 Hurt, 2 Pets Dead after House Fire in Rancho Cordova

    RANCHO CORDOVA — An early Monday morning house fire in Rancho Cordova took the lives of two family pets and injured three people, according to Sacramento Metro Fire officials. The fire broke out shortly after 3 a.m. at a home along La Rule Way near White Rock Road, according to officials. Three adults made it out of the home safely and were taken to the hospital for minor injuries, but a dog and a cat died inside, according to investigators. […]

  • California Capital Airshow Preview

    Aftershock Jet Fire Truck with Mark Smith It`s crunch time at Mather Airfield as the California Capital Airshow prepares to take flight. Some of the big attractions are getting settled on the ground and Karma got to check them out. Ret. Col & CCA Board Member, Bob Martinelli, talks about Mather museum & D-Day Benzing Barnstorming with Vicky Benzing F16 B29    

  • ROTC Instructor Takes Flight with Blue Angels

    RANCHO CORDOVA — Phil MaGreevy said he never in his wildest dreams imagined taking flight with the Blue Angels. MaGreevy was joined by two of his Cordova High School ROTC students. They watched from the ground, but they were with him in spirit. Even after 20 years in the Air Force, MaGreevy said his mind was on his students during the ride of a lifetime. “As I closed that canopy up because I was really thinking, ‘You guys are flying […]

  • Correctional Officers Earn Tips for a Good Cause

    RANCHO CORDOVA — Correctional officers from Vacaville, Rancho Cordova and Folsom came together Thursday morning for their “Tip a Cop” fundraiser at Perko’s in Rancho Cordova. While they earned their tips, the officers got a taste of the restaurant business, taking orders, delivering food, cleaning tables and selling merchandise.

  • Guide Dogs Embark on Training Adventure in Old Sacramento

    SACRAMENTO — Hundreds of paws padded aboard the excursion train in Old Sacramento Saturday morning. But, this was no sightseeing journey; these puppies were on a work trip. “There’s a lot of different surfaces there’s cobblestone, there’s wood, there’s the pier they can walk on,” Kathy Harwell of Elk Grove Guide Dogs explained. Aged eight weeks to 16 months, these dogs are in the first stages of training to be guide dogs. That means being prepared to stay focused in […]

  • Woman Killed in Fiery, Single-Car Crash in Folsom

    FOLSOM — Investigators are on the scene of a fatal crash in Folsom that left one woman dead. Around 2:15 a.m. Friday, the woman was driving a sedan in the area of E Bidwell Street and Oak Avenue Parkway when she lost control and crashed into a tree. Police said the car was fully engulfed in flames when they arrived to the scene. They do believe speed played a factor in this crash. The area surrounding the E Bidwell Street […]

  • Conference Brings Young Professionals from Sacramento Area Together

    SACRAMENTO — Hundreds of young professionals from across the region gathered in downtown Sacramento on Thursday for the Emerge Summit Young Professionals Conference. One of the many messages directed at those young men and women was to focus not only on their own success, but on the success of the people around them. “The goal of the Emerge event is to bring together the best and the brightest young professionals in the region to collaborate, to be inspired together, to […]

  • New Parking Lot at Sacramento International Causing Confusion for Travelers

    SACRAMENTO — Sacramento International Airport is expecting to serve a million more passengers than last year. More fliers means more drivers will be pulling up to SMF. To meet the demand, the airport opened a second economy parking lot called the West Economy Parking Lot. It offers the same $10-a-day rate as the East Lot but it works differently than any other lot at the airport. “It was irritating but nothing serious,” traveler Jack Carrell expressed. Unlike the other airport […]

  • As Firefighters Gain Ground on Country Fire, Some Residents Return

    COOL — As soon as the light came up Wednesday morning, Cathy Tobias took a walk around Greenwood. Walking around the area of Highway 193 through the evacuation zone, it was her first chance to take in the scope of the Country Fire, which sparked Tuesday afternoon. She was out of town when it all happened. “My phone was blowing up. ‘I think your house is on fire,'” she said. “I’m like, ‘No! It can’t be.'” Tobias’ home, where she’s […]

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