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Shoppers have mixed feelings about Thanksgiving day shopping

Shoppers have mixed feelings about Thanksgiving day shopping

Consumer have mixed feelings about Thanksgiving day shopping, according to a study by the shopper loyalty company, LoyaltyOne... Read More

Soap antimicrobial may damage liver and raise cancer risk, mouse study shows

Soap antimicrobial may damage liver and raise cancer risk, mouse study shows

The study found that triclosan disrupted liver integrity and compromised liver function in mice... Read More

Expanding California’s water supply: You can’t store what isn’t there

Expanding California’s water supply: You can’t store what isn’t there

California’s approval of a $7.5 billion water bond has bolstered prospects for expanding reservoirs and groundwater storage, but the drought-prone state can effectively use no more than a 15 percent increase in surface water storage capacity because of lack of water to fill it, according to a new analysis released Nov. 20... Read More

Renderings of the new Sacramento criminal courthouse

Renderings of the new Sacramento criminal courthouse

 The budget to build a New Sacramento Criminal Courthouse has been reduced to $300 million from it's original budget of $552 million five years ago. ... Read More

Obama's immigration plan brings relief to local families

Obama's immigration plan brings relief to local families


President Obama will announce executive action on immigration in a primetime address on Thursday. His remarks are eagerly anticipated by millions across the country, including families here in Sacramento.

Gloria Casillas came to the United States 10 years ago where she met her husband and had a 6-year-old son who is an American citizen. While waiting for immigration reform, her biggest fear was getting deported and separated from her son.

The president's impending executive action brought relief because it meant she would be able to drive and work legally in the country. But she felt for
those who may not qualify for the protection.

Sacramento police: Wounded man's death was drug related


A man was shot and killed in a south Sacramento apartment complex Monday night.

Sacramento police arrived at the parking lot of the complex in the 7300 block of 29th Street around 9:10 p.m. and found the 18-year-old man with a gunshot wound. Police said despite lifesaving efforts, the man was declared dead at the scene.

No other information about the victim was available.

Police said the investigation into what lead to the man's death is ongoing. Investigators believe the shooting is drug-related.

Anyone with information about the case was urged to call Crime Alert at (916) 443-HELP (4357) or text in a tip to 274637 (CRIMES). Enter SACTIP followed by the tip information. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.


Two women arrested in South Sac fatal stabbing

Two women arrested in South Sac fatal stabbing


Sacramento Sheriff homicide detectives arrested two women Monday related to a fatal stabbing of a 35-year-old man in south Sacramento on Sunday, Nov. 16, according to the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department Facebook page.

Monica Njoku, 44 and Taiish Immonique Simon, 38, were booked in the Sacramento County Main Jail for homicide charges that happened within the 8100 block of Stevenson Avenue according to the Facebook post. Deputies are searching for a third victim who fled the scene.