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Ronny Ward III, 23, was formally arraigned Tuesday afternoon in Sacramento on a felony charge of driving under the influence causing great bodily injury in the April 8 crash that critically injured a 31-year-old Rio Linda woman and led to the death of her prematurely born child.

For the first time, a temporary fishing ban is coming to the lake at Elk Grove Regional Park.

Casting call! South Carolina is the backdrop for a new Netflix series, and a casting company is looking for extras.

Can you believe we're more than halfway through April? Which means that by my calculations, the kids have less than 8 weeks of school left! I don't know what this business is with time flying by so fast, but I really do need to locate that 'pause' button soon. Hope you all ha ...

Two cases of measles have been confirmed in a Sacramento County family that recently traveled internationally, Sacramento County public health officials confirmed Tuesday.

From making it easier to reach students in remote situations to injecting more creativity into the typical school trip, there are many different ways for you to incorporate video conferencing into your lesson plan.

An El Dorado Hills man was arrested Monday after several construction workers were handcuffed and robbed by someone claiming to be an ICE agent.

Two brothers who said they helped Jussie Smollett stage a racist and homophobic attack against himself are suing the "Empire" actor's attorneys for defamation.

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About 77 Atascadero State Hospital patients are without toilets or running water after a sewer line break last week. Employees at the California psychiatric facility worry about health conditions and safety.

Three men were injured in a shooting following a large fight in a parking lot near West Lane and Knickerbocker Drive on Monday night, Stockton police said.

Dylan Sadowy’s third-period hat trick powered the Toledo Walleye to the second round of the Kelly Cup Playoffs for the fourth time in five years, as the visitors earned a 4-1 victory that completed a 4-2 series win over the Fort Wayne Komets on Tuesday at the Memorial Coliseum.

Lexington County Council representative Darrell Hudson wants to change the number of homes built on one acre of land. Currently it's 12 houses. He wants it to be four.

Lexington police say a local cemetery was vandalized, and they are looking for the public's help to find out what happened.

State representatives are reacting to teachers saying they may leave the classroom on May 1st for a 'day of reflection' about education policy in the state.

The Amber Alert was canceled Tuesday afternoon after Justin Robertson and Ethan Robertson were found, the Idaho State Police said.

After more than a year since the city of Sacramento and the University of California, Davis announced plans to develop Aggie Square near Oak Park, preliminary designs for the 25-acre project have been released.

New details in a shooting in Orangeburg that left a Benedict College student dead and a Claflin student wounded.

California could become one of the first states to outlaw racial discrimination because of hairstyles - such as braids and dreadlocks - in a move aimed at challenging long-held standards of professionalism in the workplace.

Jacob Schneider and Jacob Hourmouzus, both 17, died on April 1 after rescuing a dog that fell into a canal.

The Toledo Mud Hens fell 11-9 in extra innings to the Charlotte Knights Tuesday evening at BB&T Ballpark.

Police say the man is accused of going into women's bathrooms on campus and trying to touch women.

"A school without paper is like a school without kids — what good is it?" the grandfather said.

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is asking for the public's help to find a South Carolina teenager who's been missing for a year.

The parents of the two teens who were fatally electrocuted in a Dixon canal at the start of April filed complaints Tuesday seeking damages from the Solano Irrigation District, which owns and operates the canal.

The CDC is reminding consumers to make sure they're handling ground beef safely and cooking it thoroughly.