Recent Articles
  • Police: 1 killed, 2 injured after shooting in North Sacramento near Arcade Boulevard

    SACRAMENTO — The Sacramento Police Department is investigating a deadly shooting at home in the area of Sonoma and Crandall avenues, near Arcade Boulevard. Police said the shooting happened around 11:20 p.m. Sunday. One woman was killed. Two men were also shot but are expected to survive. The three victims lived at the home where the shooting occurred. At this time, police have not released any information about a suspect or motive. This is a developing story.  The three victims […]

  • Police: Wanted driver barricaded in car in Rancho Cordova

    RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. (KTXL) — Police say the man that barricaded himself inside a vehicle in Rancho Cordova after an early morning chase Tuesday has been taken into custody. Sacramento police spokesman Karl Chan told FOX40 that a “routine” traffic stop at Meadowview Road and Freeport Boulevard shortly before 2:30 a.m. turned into a pursuit that lasted about half an hour before ending at a gas station near Sunrise Boulevard and Douglas Road. The Sacramento Sheriff’s Office took over the […]

  • Muslim group donates time to provide Christmas Eve meals to homeless at Loaves & Fishes

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — As the number of people in need of a helping hand in Sacramento seems to grow, so does many people’s commitment to helping. “I think it’s really important to give back to the community that raised me as best I can,” volunteer Danyal Iqbal said. This is Iqbal’s sixth year donating time to Loaves and Fishes on Christmas Eve. It’s the seventh year overall for the group he volunteers with, American Muslim Voices, who has committed […]

  • Salvation Army gives holiday gifts to 2,000 local families

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — The Salvation Army of Sacramento held its annual holiday distribution event Monday, giving gifts to 2,000 families. Cal Expo was in organized chaos as families pulled up at their assigned time to receive presents picked specifically for their children. “The name of that child is on the card, so they’ll go out and buy for Johnny, who’s 8 years old, or Suzy, who’s 9 years old. So it does make it really personal,” said Salvation Army […]

  • Move America Forward sending hundreds of care packages to armed service members

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — Girl Scout cookies, Cup Noodles and Halloween candy are being sent half-way around the world, and all of it is being sent to members of the armed services in Iraq and Afghanistan. “You know, these guys are eating an MRE or two a day. They don’t have hot food,” Scott Raab with Move America Forward told FOX40. “The whole idea of a care package is a little pick-me-up.” MREs are basically non-perishable bags of food full […]

  • Lathrop law enforcement spreads holiday cheer with big shopping event

    LATHROP, Calif. (KTXL) — Santa still wore red but the Christmas spirit was blue Wednesday at a Lathrop Target store. Dozens of Lathrop law enforcement partnered up with San Joaquin County School District students to bring a little Christmas joy early this year for their annual Blue Santa event. “The kids are kind of a little shy,” said Lathrop Police Chief Ryan Bierdermann. “They’re not used to being around cops, it can be a little intimidating sometimes.  The whole point […]

  • Volunteers donate time to Salvation Army holiday assistance program

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — The season of giving is upon us, and dozens of volunteers helped give thousands of people help toward a happy holiday Tuesday morning. “As early as October, the list was filled,” Salvation Army Lt. Larry Carmichael said. “So the need is growing, sadly. The cost of living keeps going up and up.” The Salvation Army’s holiday assistance program has already given out around 2,000 care packages throughout Sacramento County. Monday, they’ll distribute another 2,000. “The criteria […]

  • Deputies: Orangevale burglary suspect shot by homeowner

    ORANGEVALE, Calif. (KTXL) — Authorities are investigating a burglary attempt and a shooting on Santa Juanita Avenue in Orangevale. Shortly before 4 a.m. Thursday, a man called authorities to report a burglary attempt at his home. The man told authorities he confronted the burglar and shot him. The man said the burglar ran to a car and the car fled the scene. Soon after, Roseville police located a man riding in a car on Sierra College Boulevard who had a […]

  • Council approves spending for new beds for homeless

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — As the rain comes down and the temperatures turn colder, the Sacramento City Council approved spending for new homeless shelters. “Everything around this issue of homelessness, this life and death issue, takes far too long,” Mayor Darrell Steinberg said Tuesday evening as spending of about $22.5 million in private and state funds for 500 shelter beds was approved. “We have the plans and now we have to move with greater speed and urgency to actually get […]

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.