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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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Yvette Felarca arrested, charged with inciting a riot

Veteran activist and Berkeley school teacher Yvette Felarca has been charged with assault, participating in a riot and inciting a riot for her actions in a faceoff between white nationalist groups and counter-protestors in Sacramento last year, prosecutors said Thursday. Felarca, 47, who teaches at Martin Luther King Middle School in Berkeley and is also known as Yvonne Felarca, was arrested in Southern California on Tuesday night, the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office said.

Who Killed Robin Brooks? DNA Technology Helps Paint Portrait of Killer

Cold case investigators said Robin Brooks was raped and stabbed to death inside her apartment in the Rosemont area of Sacramento County more than 37 years ago. Detectives have a full DNA profile of the suspected killer from his blood, but the case is still unsolved after all these years.

Unstable foundation: Union leader says he was fired for starting...

Jim Landberg, president of Local 146 Sacramento County California Employees SHRA, says the public housing agency fired him from his maintenance position after he started a union investigation into SHRA's practices. Weeks after a Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency employee claimed she was terminated for whistleblowing, another longtime agency employee is stepping forward with the same accusation.

Third disgrace: Sacramento Islamic organization reveals third area hate crime in June

Just days after two area mosques were vandalized last month , the local chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations was also targeted, SN&R learned this week. The incident happened June 28. According to Basim Elkarra, executive director of CAIR-Sacramento Valley, his organization received a FedEx package.

Anti-fascist leader arrested after California Capitol brawl

In this Nov. 19. 2014 file photo Yvette Felarca, an alumni of the University of California Berkeley and member of the group By Any Means Necessary, claps and yells as a vote is taken to raise tuition during a meeting of the University of California Board of Regents in San Francisco. The Sacramento County District Attorney's office said Wednesday, July 19, 2017, that Felarca was arrested Tuesday on charges of assault and inciting and participating in a riot stemming from a brawl during a protest at the state Capitol last year.

Anti-fascist leader arrested after California Capitol brawl

In this Nov. 19. 2014 file photo Yvette Felarca, an alumni of the University of California Berkeley and member of the group By Any Means Necessary, claps and yells as a vote is taken to raise tuition during a meeting of the University of California Board of Regents in San Francisco. The Sacramento County District Attorney's office said Wednesday, July 19, 2017, that Felarca was arrested Tuesday on charges of assault and inciting and participating in a riot stemming from a brawl during a protest at the state Capitol last year.

Anti-fascist leader arrested after California Capitol brawl

California authorities announced Wednesday that they arrested a prominent San Francisco Bay Area anti-fascist leader on charges stemming from a state Capitol brawl last year between white nationalist groups and counter-protesters . Yvonne C. Felarca, 47, was arrested Tuesday in Los Angeles on charges of inciting and participating in a riot and assault likely to cause great bodily injury, the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office said.

California governor signs Sacramento County casino compact

Gov. Jerry Brown announced Wednesday he has signed a tribal-state gaming compact with the Wilton Rancheria tribe. The tribe wants to build a casino resort in the Sacramento suburb of Elk Grove.

Prosecutors Charge 2 in California White Nationalist Rally

California authorities announced charges Tuesday against two people after a violent melee during a white nationalist group's rally outside the California state Capitol building last year, a number that falls far short of the 101 people the California Highway Patrol recommended charging. The Sacramento County District Attorney's Office said other arrests are expected, but prosecutors rejected numerous other charges the highway patrol sought after its eight-month investigation.

Flood risk begins to ease along California rivers after six-month surge in water levels

A car is submerged along Green Valley Road near Folsom Dam in Folsom, Calif., on Jan. 11. For the first time in 193 days, no federally monitored rivers in California or Nevada are flooding or at risk of flooding, according to climate scientists. From Jan. 4 to July 15, at least one California or Nevada river fed by the Sierra Nevada was at, or above flood monitoring stage, following an historically wet winter.

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Cruising with booze

By the end of the night I'll be charmed by the Sacramento River's new booze cruise, but things start sour when a middle-aged woman asks about food options at the bar and a nearby bro offers her a "hot dog on a stick." It's 8:30 p.m. on a Friday, and Sacramento's Hornblower river cruise boat is unmooring, mixing drinks and amping up the '90s rap in anticipation of the 90-minute Rock the Yacht cruise.

Sacramento Deputy Released from Hospital After Shot to Face

Authorities say a Sacramento County transit deputy who was shot in the face at a light-rail station last month has been released from the hospital. Sacramento County Sheriff's Department spokesman Sgt.

Point of shame: Sacramentoa s unsheltered homeless population explodes by 110 percent

Ryan Loofbourrow stepped behind the slender podium placed in front of the Quinn Cottages building on North A Street in downtown Sacramento, the heart of the homelessness crisis his agency is charged with ending. Several feet away, under an already warm sun, someone tried to get the applause going, banging thick palms together like rocks.

Where Do the California Supreme Court's Civil Cases Originate (Part 5)?

For the past two weeks, we've been reviewing the originating jurisdictions not the first trial court, but the first authority, whether agency, council or board for the California Supreme Court's civil docket between 1994 and 2016. Today, we've reached 2006.

Republican business executive and Marine veteran challenges Rep. Ami Bera in Northern California race

Republican business executive Andrew Grant is challenging Rep. Ami Bera in a Northern California congressional swing district. Business executive and Marine Corps veteran Andrew Grant is challenging Rep. Ami Bera for a Northern California congressional seat coveted by both parties.

Sacramento County Inmate Dies in Custody

An inmate at the Sacramento County Main Jail died in custody, hours after his arrest, the Sheriff's Department said. The inmate's identity was not released, but deputies say he was a 43-year-old man booked on domestic violence charges Wednesday.

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