Woman escapes Sacramento house fire, suspicious fire investigation underway
SACRAMENTO - A suspicious fire investigation is underway in Sacramento after a woman and her dog made it out of a house fire overnight. The Sacramento Fire Department said the house fire was on the 2300 block of Grove Avenue in the Old North Sacramento area.The first crews to arrive found heavy fire coming from the front of the house.Firefighters said the woman escaped the house with burns on her hands and crews rescued her dog from inside the home. The fire is suspicious, the fire department said, and investigators will be looking into the cause.
Sierra Blizzard Update: Foothills see snow as Sierra pummeled by blizzard
Several feet of snow have fallen in the Sierra as of Saturday morning and there are still feet to go. A Blizzard Warning continues through Sunday morning.
Sacramento County Mar 01 Weekly Crime Report: 37 Incidents and 73 Crime Stories
Sacramento County Mar 01 Weekly Crime Report: 37 Incidents and 73 Crime Stories. During the last week, Sacramento County experienced a total of 37 reported crime cases. The most common type of crime was Arrests, accounting for more than half of the total cases, with 19 incidents. This was followed by Theft and Burglary, with 7 and 6 cases respectively. Assault cases were relatively lower, with only 2 reported incidents. Vandalism, Other types of crime, and Shooting were the least common, each with only 1 reported case. These figures indicate a concerning prevalence of Arrests in the place, which might suggest an active law enforcement presence. However, the occurrence of various other crimes, including Theft and Burglary, underscores the need for continued vigilance among residents and proactive measures from local authorities.
SoCal man one of four sentenced in Sacramento area ‘bust-out’ scam
(FOX40.COM) — A Southern California man has been sentenced to nearly two years in prison after an FBI investigation found he and three other Korean nationals were responsible for a “check-kiting bust out” scam that led to a loss of over $200,000 to various banks throughout the Sacramento area. According to the Department of Justice, […]
Judge declares mistrial in Northern California’s first fentanyl-murder trial. Here’s why
Placer County District Attorney Morgan Gire said prosecutors are ready to move forward as quickly as possible in a way that reduces harm to the victim’s family.
Woman dies after crashing vehicle into tree in Sacramento County, officials say
NORTH HIGHLANDS, Calif. — A woman died early Friday morning after she crashed into a tree head-on in Sacramento County, officials said. The crash happened around 1:30 a.m. along Hemlock Street near Finsbury Avenue off of Madison Avenue, the California Highway Patrol said. Officers learned that the woman was speeding on Hemlock when, for unknown reasons, she turned left and slammed into a tree.
2 hospitalized after shooting in Sacramento, police say
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Two people have been hospitalized with apparent gunshot wounds following a shooting in Sacramento’s East Del Paso Heights area Friday night, police said. Police said officers responded after 9:45 p.m. to reports of a shooting in the 2100 block of Grand Avenue. Police located the...
Convicted rapist sentenced to 54 years to life by Sacramento judge
A man that was convicted of rape and attempted sexual assault was sentenced to 54 years to life by a Sacramento judge. Defendant Sentenced for Rape, Assault to Commit Sexual Assault. The Honorable James Arguelles sentenced Erick Brandon to 54 years to life in prison. On November 8, 2023, a...
Sacramento, CA Residents: Your Future Puppies Best Friend Awaits!
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around sacramento.
West Sacramento Mar 02 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, West Sacramento witnessed a total of 30 reported crime cases. The most prevalent category was 'Other' with 13 cases, accounting for approximately 43% of the total crimes. This was followed by 'Theft' with 7 cases, 'Assault' with 5 cases, 'Vandalism' with 3 cases, and 'Burglary' with 2 cases. The high number of 'Other' cases suggests a variety of crimes not specifically categorized, indicating a broad spectrum of criminal activity in the place. The significant number of thefts and assaults also raises concern about the safety and security of personal property and individuals, respectively. The lower number of cases related to vandalism and burglary, while still noteworthy, suggests these are less common crimes in the area. These statistics underline the need for increased vigilance and proactive measures to ensure public safety in West Sacramento.
Handel's Ice Cream in Natomas temporarily closed after fire damage
Handel's Ice Cream in Natomas is temporarily closed, according to a post on their Instagram page. The post says the reason for the closure is an intentional fire that was set in front of the store. An employee told KCRA 3 Handel's will likely be closed for a week.
Snow level lowers into the Foothills for Saturday
The snow level dropped considerably Friday night, leaving some Foothills communities with snow to start Saturday. Meteorologist Heather Waldman has details on how much snow will fall at different elevations this weekend.
Want a cup of joe from Mexico? Columbia? Sacramento’s newest coffee shop has you covered
“We would like to be remembered,” the co-owner told The Sacramento Bee.
Carmichael, March 04 High School 🏐 Game Notice
The Woodcreek High School volleyball team will have a game with Jesuit High School on March 04, 2024, 19:00:01 CST. ALWAYS WANTED TO DUNK LIKE A TOTAL BADASS, OR DEVELOP ROCK-SOLID WORK ETHIC....
Protest calling for ceasefire in Gaza shuts down Sacramento's Tower Bridge
The protest was held in the downtown Sacramento area and shut down the Tower Bridge for some time Saturday.