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Located at the confluence of the Sacramento River and the American River in California's expansive Central Valley, Sacramento grew fast due to the protection of Sutter's Fort. During the California Gold Rush, Sacramento was a major distribution point, a commercial and agricultural center, and a terminus for wagon trains, stagecoaches, riverboats, the telegraph, the Pony Express, and the First Transcontinental Railroad.

Population: 486189
Local Newspapers: Sacramento Bee
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings (NBA)
Local Colleges: Sacramento State (California State University Sacramento)

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Sacramento County News
News Minute: Here is the latest California news from The Associated Press at 9:03 a.m. PDT

The Sacramento County Coroner has identified a woman and her nephew whose bodies were found in different locations, but whose deaths might be connected. The Sacramento Bee reports that 54-year-old Linda Jeanette Zachmeyer was found stabbed to death in her apartment Tuesday morning by a friend who was concerned when she failed to show up for work.

Man charged over 1978 murder of British tourists dies

Silas Duane Boston, of California, had been charged with first-degree maritime murder over the 1978 deaths of Britons Christopher Farmer and Peta Frampton A man awaiting trial over the murder of two British tourists on his boat nearly four decades ago has died. A man awaiting trial over the murder of two British tourists on his boat nearly four decades ago has died.

Sheriff's Department: Man committed suicide aftera

A man committed suicide after stabbing his aunt to death inside her Sacramento apartment Tuesday, according to Tony Turnbull of the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department. At approximately 8:30 a.m., deputies received reports of a woman who was stabbed to death.

3 Suspects Climb onto South Sacramento Roof After Police Pursuit

The Sacramento County sheriffs arrested three suspects early Tuesday morning after a chase that started in the Arden-Arcade area near Cal Expo. The suspects traveled on Capital City Freeway to Highway 99 where they got off on 47th Avenue.

a I have nightmaresa : Black man beaten by officer for jaywalking filing federal suit

The man repeatedly punched by a Sacramento, California police officer during a questionable jaywalking stop alleges he was abused in the Sacramento County Main Jail during his subsequent arrest. In a lengthy interview, Nandi Cain Jr. said that the arresting police officer and Sacramento County sheriff's deputies painfully restrained him, forcibly stripped him as part of an unwarranted psychiatric hold and called him disparaging obscenities.

True-crime writer Michelle McNamara's relentless search for the Golden State Killer

True-crime writer Michelle McNamara was obsessed with finding the man who terrorized California for a decade until her own death last year; husband Patton Oswalt reveals the driving force behind her mission to unmask a killer "She blogged about unsolved murders and missing persons. She was a beautiful writer," true-crime journalist Billy Jensen says of Michelle McNamara.

Suspects Arrested in Valentinea s Day Shooting

Dan Martin, 21, and Allen Pina, 20, have been booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail following their involvement in the West Stockton Boulevard shooting, according to the Sacramento Police Department. Two groups of people were seen arguing in the Golden Corral before gunfire rang out Feb. 14. Members between the two groups began shooting at one another, stirring up panic in the packed room.

Jeffrey Zahniser, SCOE's 2018 Teacher of the Year

Sacramento, CA- Culinary Arts instructor Jeffrey Zahniser walked into school today fully prepared to teach his students another lesson about the art of cooking. But he wasn't expecting a surprise visit from Sacramento County Superintendent of Schools David W. Gordon congratulating him as the Sacramento County Office of Education 2018 Teacher of the Year.

Sacramento police release more video from beating of suspected jaywalker

The Sacramento Police Department released additional videos Thursday of an incident last week in which a patrol officer punched a man in the face multiple times. The new videos show an alternately silent and upset Nandi Cain.

CA: RT Wants Residents to Tell Them What They Want from Light Rail, Buses

April 20--As Regional Transit plots its future, Sacramento County residents are being invited to take a survey on what they would like to see in a bus and light-rail system. RT officials have said the Sacramento region's changes in the 30 years since the routes were established have made the system -- still largely focused on serving downtown -- less effective.

Donations help Sacramento County youth who age out of foster system

Hundreds of towels, toiletries and luggage were collected to help foster children who have aged out of the system. These items help the youth make the transition to living on their own easier.

California treasurer: Lawsuit didn't harm rail bond sale

California's state treasurer says ongoing legal challenges didn't harm the sale of nearly $1.25 billion in high-speed rail bonds. He says there was wide participation by different sectors of the bond-buying market.

California sells $1.2 billion of bonds to finance construction of bullet train in the Central Valley

A viaduct is being built in Fresno County as part of California's high-speed rail project. The California treasurer sold $1.2 billion in bonds Thursday to help finance construction of high-speed rail in the Central Valley, a significant development after years of delays in tapping the bonds that taxpayers approved in 2008.

Rio Vista names new police chief

Dan Dailey, a 40-year law enforcement veteran, was named by Rio Vista City Manager Rob Hickey as the city's new police chief Wednesday. Hickey, in a press release, said Dailey brings a wealth of leadership, experience and management expertise to the city and will be instrumental in ensuring it will have one of the best-trained and motivated police departments in Northern California.

Transgender man sues hospital for discrimination

A transgender man filed suit Wednesday against Dignity Health, the state's largest private hospital chain, for canceling his hysterectomy operation after learning of his gender identity. When his lawyer told him of the hospital's decision a day before the scheduled surgery in August, "I just fell to the floor, just crying and crying," Evan Minton of Orangevale said in an interview.

Friends, Family Pay Tribute to 11-Year-Old Killed in Woodland Crash

Friends and family gathered for a memorial they never thought they would have to attend on Wednesday - a tribute to a young man who lost his life as the result of a crash on Interstate 5. He was killed last week in Woodland when the Ford he was riding in with three others was rear-ended about two miles north of the Sacramento County line. Investigators say the car that hit them couldn't slow down in time when southbound traffic suddenly came to a stop.

A gangstera s life: As task force works to steer Sacramento kids out...

Mayor Kevin Johnson finally realizes gang prevention strategy several years after young mother's death inspired him Sacramento city and county leaders will team up to redirect at-risk youth toward positive alternatives. , 09.24.15.

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