The actor spoke at a Sacramento Press Club fundraiser on the anniversary of his swearing-in ceremony when he won the 2003 gubernatorial recall election.
Solano County residents address their concerns about California Forever and its purchase of land in their community.
The 92nd annual California Capitol Tree Lighting Ceremony was rescheduled to a virtual event amid "cease-fire in Gaza" protests.
Sacramento County Sheriff's Office recovered thousands of dollars worth of stolen merchandise through a sting operation known as 'Operation Bad Elf.'
The county Board of Supervisors is bringing in a third-party group to review the expansion plans.
The state's natural resources secretary and other state leaders joined thousands of leaders from across the world to work on addressing climate change.
DA Thien Ho says the city's inaction on encampments endangers the public's health. Mayor Darrell Steinberg says the city and county have been working to open more shelters and housing opportunities for the unhoused and the DA is putting on a "show" with his accusations.
A 34-year-old man died after having a medical emergency inside of the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.
An underwater structure near Walnut Grove that is designed to keep endangered salmon on their natural path and prevent them from taking a wrong turn along the Sacramento River is up and running.
A third party will be brought in to review Sacramento County’s expansion plans for the county’s main jail as the project sits on pause - something Decarcerate Sacramento has been working toward for more than a year.
FOX40.... first to report these new details about a proposal whose estimated cost has ballooned to a controversial $925 million.
Decarcerate Sacramento Founder Liz Blum joined Sonseeahray Tonsall on FOX40 News at 11am... right after her group presented their latest jail opposition letter to the county board of supervisors.
Instacart Trends Executive Laurentia Romaniuk discusses how Instacart is making it easier for FSA and HSA users to shop.
One person died at the Golden 1 Center during the first quarter of a Sacramento Kings vs. New Orleans Pelicans basketball game.
Scott Smith, also known as a national serial tagger called 'Acer', is behind bars at Sacramento County Jail and is expected to serve a one-year sentence in addition to $50,000 in restitution for damages caused.