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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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California couple charged with strangling toddler to death

Rebecca Thomas, 34, and Taylor Montgomery-Gutzman, 23, were arrested in California last November on murder and child endangerment charges Thomas' two-year-old son Kash, who also has a twin brother, was found on October 13 bleeding from his mouth inside his family's California home Five-week investigation concluded toddler did not die of natural causes and resulted in arrests of Thomas and her boyfriend in November Sacramento County Child Protective Services files reveal that Thomas has a long history of child neglect and drug use, including during one of her pregnancies A mother-of-four from Northern California and her boyfriend have been charged with murder in the strangulation death of the woman's two-year-old son.

Reforming City Hall: New mayor kick-starts ethics revamp, but...

Eye sore: Eye on Sacramento fights council member's requests for its donors list Councilman Jay Schenirer backs off after group that has criticized City Hall threatens lawsuit. , 11.17.16.

Northern California couple charged with murder of toddler

The Sacramento Bee reports that Sacramento County Child Protective Services says the nearly 2-year-old Kash Thomas was found dead from strangulation and a burn was found underneath his foot. His mother, 34-year-old Rebecca Thomas , and her boyfriend, 23-year-old Taylor Montgomery-Gutzman, are charged with murder and scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.

Northern California couple charged with murder of toddler

The Sacramento Bee reports that Sacramento County Child Protective Services says the nearly 2-year-old Kash Thomas was found dead from strangulation and a burn was found underneath his foot. His mother, 34-year-old Rebecca Thomas, and her boyfriend, 23-year-old Taylor Montgomery-Gutzman, are charged with murder and scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.

Voluntary Evacuations in Place for Dry Creek in Rio Linda

Voluntary evacuations and a flood warning are in place for residents along Dry Creek in Rio Linda, according to the Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services. Any residents in the 100-year FEMA Dry Creek floodplain are advised to take precautions.

Divine secrets of the Ben Wa sisterhood

Were it not hot pink and lying prone in a woman's hand, I might worry about it being alive and venomous. "We're gonna have an icebreaker," Brenda Norberg is saying, conspiratorially, over the clamor of giggly chitchat.

Voluntary evacuations issued for residents along thea

The Sacramento County Department of Water Resources and the County Office of Emergency Services have issued a voluntary evacuation and flood warning for residents along the Cosumnes River. The river gauge at Michigan Bar is expected to reach flood stage this evening, according to the Sacramento OES.

2 killed in collision caused by wrong way car in Sacramento

Authorities say a fatal collision that closed all southbound lanes of an interstate in Sacramento Saturday morning was caused by a wrong way driver who was fleeing deputies. California Highway Patrol spokesman Michael Bradley tells the Sacramento Bee the crash killed two men riding a minivan that was being chased by Sacramento County Sheriff's Department deputies.

YONET arrests two on drug-trafficking charges

The Yolo County Narcotics Enforcement Team announced Friday the arrests of two suspects suspected of distributing methamphetamine into Yolo County and elsewhere in the Sacramento region. Lt. Paul Doroshov of the Davis Police Department, which oversees the anti-drug task force, said YONET agents served a search warrant Thursday at a home in the 4300 block of Loch Haven Way in North Highlands, reportedly recovering 10 pounds of methamphetamine, a firearm and thousands of dollars in U.S. currency.

SoCal storm has big impacts in Northern California

A torrent of wind and rain in Southern California had a ripple effect throughout the state, including at Cal OES in Sacramento County and flights out of Sacramento International Airport.

In Case of Emergency: What To Have in Your a Go Baga

Mandatory evacuations are lifted but many residents are still under a warning and should be ready to leave on short notice. After people left their homes without much more than the clothes on their backs earlier this week, officials are now recommending residents prepare a "go bag" for future emergencies.

California 50 mins ago 11:30 a.m.Storms already costing California highways $400 million

Almost three years to the day a state of emergency was declared in California for its historic drought, Gov. Jerry Brown issued two more emergency proclamations . This time, there's too much rain.

As Oroville spillway ruptures, Sacramento County officials plan ahead for bipolar weather patterns

The heavy rains that fattened Lake Oroville and punched a hole through an eroded auxiliary spillway, displacing more than 180,000 Butte County residents due to flooding risks - yeah, that may just be Mother Nature's opening act. With another storm brewing this week, California is experiencing the type of rainfall that hasn't been seen since its record drought began in 2011.

Rain Reveals Chaos in California

Things have not been going well for residents of the erstwhile Golden State, now that they've gotten the rain they wanted: Nearly 200,000 remain under evacuation orders Tuesday as California authorities work to repair an emergency spillway at the nation's tallest dam before more rain arrives on Thursday. In an unrelated incident in Sacramento County, residents from about 20 homes in the Tyler Island area south of Walnut Grove were ordered to evacuate Monday due to a compromised levee, reports the Sacramento Bee .

Hidahl joins connector JPA board

The Capital SouthEast Connector Joint Powers Authority has announced the appointment of El Dorado County Supervisor John Hidahl and Folsom City Council Member Steve Miklos to its board of directors. The Connector JPA was formed in December 2006 and includes Sacramento County, El Dorado County and the cities of Elk Grove, Folsom and Rancho Cordova.

San Joaquin Delta: Debris clutters waterway from Oakley to Pittsburg

An aerial photo shows the site plan for the Delta Coves development, a master-planned luxury waterfront custom-home community in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta area. The plan features 310 acres on Bethel Island.

Proposal would block release of police body camera footage showing...

Over the past two years, police departments up and down California have outfitted their patrol officers with body-worn cameras in an effort to boost community trust in law enforcement. At the same time, state lawmakers have tried and failed to pass a half-dozen major bills to address a range of issues including when officers turn the cameras on and off and when the public might see the video.

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