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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
He was hit with a Taser and died. Now his family wants answers from the CHP

Foothill farms resident Christopher Murphy was Tasered, hog-tied and handcuffed by CHP officers last December after a crash on Interstate 5. He died minutes later. After a year of questions, his family Thursday will file a federal lawsuit against the California Highway Patrol to push for answers.

Woman tied to California deputy's fatal shooting sentenced

A woman has pleaded no contest to evading police and illegally driving a vehicle during a vehicle theft investigation where a deputy was killed. Sacramento County District Attorney's spokeswoman Shelly Orio said Thursday that Priscilla Prendez was sentenced Wednesday to three years and eight months in state prison.

It's another rainy day in NorCal; See how long it will last

It's another soggy, rainy day in Northern California on Thursday, with plenty of puddling on Sacramento-area roads for the morning commute. Heavy rain is expected to remain in the Sacramento region through the morning hours and until about noon, which is when the thick band of wet weather slides south.

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Since they received the federal IV-E Waiver in October 2014, Sacramento County Child Protective Services, or CPS, has transformed their agency, investing more resources into supportive care and early intervention. These changes and impressive results have received little publicity but are changing the lives of Sacramento's children in foster care.

Escape to Canada

I avoid making furtive movements as the two women holding machine guns eye me curiously. There's a tall one and a short one, both dressed in crisp gray shirts, black slacks and bullet-proof vests, the snouts of their rifles pointing downward as they guard entry into the country.

Murderer released on parole won't return to Tuolumne County

Marsha Coons, 58, was walking on North Washington Street at about 10:30 a.m. when she ran into an "old friend," a former Union Democrat reporter and Tuolumne County Probation Officer, Amy Lindblom, who wrote multiple articles surrounding the murder of Coons' daughter Jennifer, just 21 when she was shot in the heart by Kristopher Lee McDaniel. "She said, 'hi Marsha, I've been trying to get a hold of you.'

Editorial: On gas tax initiative, attorney general tries to deceive voters

California has a long-history of election meddling by state attorneys general who try to put a thumb on the scale before voters weigh in on ballot measures. Now Xavier Becerra is using his entire fist to squash attempts to repeal the state's new 12-cent-a-gallon gas tax increase and $25 to $175 boost in annual vehicle registration fees.

Body found in lake near Tahoe with rope, anchor tied to legs

Sheriff's deputies are investigating after they found the body of a man in a lake near Lake Tahoe with a rope and anchor tied around his legs. The El Dorado County Sheriff's Office said Wednesday the body pulled from Fallen Leaf Lake has been sent to the Sacramento County Coroner's Office for a forensic autopsy.

Good Samaritan's legs severed by allegedly drunk driver

A good Samaritan was hit by a DUI driver Sunday when he stopped to help a woman whose car broke down. He lost both legs and is in hospital.

Will California be ready?

I have no idea. I too have been hearing mixed reports. If you ask the state, everything is on track.

Sac County Approves a Scattereda Approach to Housing for Homeless

County supervisors heard a proposal Tuesday that would include around 15 location for homeless to be housed and receive services. In March, supervisors approved a plan to create a 75-person bed facility for temporary housing for homeless.

End in Sight for Years-Long Road Construction Project Along Hazel Avenue

A construction zone in Sacramento County has been infuriating drivers for years, but the county says it's in the home stretch and is asking drivers to remain patient. For the last several years, Sacramento County has been working to widen Hazel Avenue, between Highway 50 and Madison Avenue, from four to six lanes.

Why Do Those Who Experience Sexual Harassment, Assault Wait to Speak Up?

For the twice elected and twice removed former Alabama Supreme Court justice now vying for a seat in the U.S. Senate, Christmas isn't the only thing coming in December. But other kinds of judgment seem to be coming for the Republican much quicker now that a fifth woman has stepped forward to say he sexually harassed or assaulted her when she was 16. Judgment for the accusers has been almost immediate, with Moore and his backers vilifying them, saying if their stories are true why did they hold onto them for decades? "We are far more inclined to doubt a survivor than to turn around and look to the perpetrator and say 'why did you do this?'" said Julie Bornhoeft.

Man found guilty of murder of mom, baby in Livermore DUI crash

After just one full day of deliberations, a jury found the man accused of killing a mother and her baby girl in a DUI crash guilty of second-degree murder on Monday. Brian Jones, 39, fatally struck Esperanza Morales Rodriguez, 46, and her 14-month-old daughter Yulida Perez-Morales on May 2, 2015, on the 900 block of Murietta Boulevard in Livermore with his new 2014 Corvette.

Two teens found safe in Sacramento

A report from the Lake County Sheriff's Office said 18-year-old Jacob Young and a 15-year-old female juvenile were found safe by the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office. The two were last seen by their families on October 31 and had been in the Middletown area.

Man sought in motel owner slaying arrested in California

Authorities say a man being sought in the murder of an elderly Pittsburgh-area motel owner during an attempted robbery last year has been arrested in California. Allegheny County police say 61-year-old Derrick Gallaway was taken into custody without incident before dawn Monday in a hospital facility in Sacramento.

Pothole repairs back in Sacramento County ahead of storm season

WEBVTT NATALI ASK THOSE WHO LIVE ANDWORK IN SACRAMENTO COUNTY ABOUTWHAT IT IS LIKE TO DRIVE ON THEROADS HERE DAY OR NIGHT, AND YOUWILL HEAR A LOT ABOUT POTHOLES.>> THEY ARE EVERYWHERE YOU GO.THEY ARE HUGE.>> EVER SINCE THE RAINS LASTYEAR, IT HAS BEEN GETTING WORSEAND WORSE.NATALIE: THOSE POTHOLES WILL BETHE TARGET OF THE SACRAMENTOCOUNTY DEPARTMENT OFTRANSPORTATION CREWS DOINGREPAIRS IN THE ARDEN/ARCADEAREA.>> THEY ARE THAT BIG?>> POTHOLES ARE ALWAYSFRUSTRATING.NATALI THE COUNTY PERFORMEDTHESE SO-CALLED POTHOLE SWEEPSTO IDENTIFY AND REPAIR ROADWAYCAVITIES TWICE A YEAR.ONCE EACH SPRING, AND ONCE NOWAHEAD OF WINTER TO PREPARE THEROADS FOR STORM SEASON.[LAUGHTER]>> THAT WOULD BE GREAT.THAT WOULD BE PERFECT.NATALIE: WITH HUNDREDS OF COUNTYAND UNINCORPORATED ROADS, THEY Ask those who live and work in Sacramento County about what it's like to drive on the roads there, and hey're everywhere you ... (more)

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