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  • California Veterans Invited to Receive Free Health Care Services

    California Veterans Invited to Receive Free Health Care Services
    California Veterans will have the opportunity to receive free eye exams, glasses and assessments for diabetes from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday. The health services will be offered at the California State Military Museum in Old Sacramento. Mayor Kevin...
  • Sacramento Mayor Johnson Declares Victory

    Sacramento Mayor Johnson Declares Victory
    Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson declared victory Tuesday night at his election night party. Here's how the percentages break down, with all precincts reporting in. Kevin Johnson*: 58.04% Jonathan Rewers: 23.84% Leonard Padilla: 13.62% Richard Jones:...
  • Sacramento Mayoral Candidate Endorsed by Serial Killer

    Sacramento Mayoral Candidate Endorsed by Serial Killer
    Sacramento bounty hunter Leonard Padilla says convicted serial killer Wesley Shermantine is endorsing him in this year's mayoral race. "When you have a guy on death row endorsing you, you have to be somewhat proud of that," Padilla told FOX40....
  • Luis Palau Brings Christian Festival To Sacramento

    Luis Palau Brings Christian Festival To Sacramento
    Popular evangelist Luis Palao hopes to make a big splash with a free two day Christian oriented festival at Cal Expo.  The 77-year-old preacher is known as the Spanish speaking Billy Graham, even though he's been a naturalized U.S. citizen since he...
  • More than 80 Police and Fire Jobs Cut in Sacramento

    More than 80 Police and Fire Jobs Cut in Sacramento
    Eighty-four police and firefighter jobs were cut Tuesday night after the Sacramento City Council approved a new budget. The need for cuts came out of a $16 million budget gap. Mayor Kevin Johnson and Vice Mayor Angelique Ashby say the content of the...
  • Sacramento to Receive $15 Million from Department of Transportation

    Sacramento to Receive $15 Million from Department of Transportation
    Sacramento will receive $15 million in funds from the Department of Transportation, which will be matched by $15 million in local funds, to revive the Sacramento Valley Station at the Railyards, according to a statement from Mayor Kevin Johnson on...
  • VP Biden Swings By Sacramento, Talks to Local Politicians

    VP Biden Swings By Sacramento, Talks to Local Politicians
    Vice President Joe Biden visited Sacramento Tuesday, holding a fundraiser for President Obama’s election campaign. The exclusive event was held at the downtown Sutter Club, where prices for a ticket were said to be $500. People without a ticket...
  • Tower Records Archive Project Kicks Off

    Tower Records Archive Project Kicks Off
    For more than 40 years, Tower Records was a gathering place, a cultural icon and an international music retailer. Now, six years after they closed their record stores, there is an effort to preserve the history of Tower Records. The company was...
  • Nonprofit to help foster kids called 'Charlie's Dinosaur,' after slain Powell boys

    Nonprofit to help foster kids called 'Charlie's Dinosaur,' after slain Powell boys
    It's a simple drawing done by a little boy, a dinosaur outlined in black with a red tongue sticking out and the name Charlie written across the top. But this poster drawn by one of Josh Powell's murdered sons has become a symbol of so much more. Now,...
  • Sacramento's K Street Open to Cars Again

    Sacramento's K Street Open to Cars Again
    Workers are putting the finishing touches on downtown Sacramento’s K Street, getting it ready for automobile traffic for the first time in over 40 years.  It was closed to traffic in 1969 when concrete sculptures and water features were installed,...
  • Downtown K Street Now Open To Vehicle Traffic

    Downtown K Street Now Open To Vehicle Traffic
    Mayor Kevin Johnson was the first person to legally drive down K Street at a ceremony Saturday that officially opened the area to more than just foot traffic.   The mayor and other city officials paraded down the street in vintage cars, which is...
  • Mayor Johnson Releases Statement on NBA Lockout Developments

    In a statement sent to FOX40, Mayor Kevin Johnson seemed optimistic about the resolution of the NBA lockout. The statement reads: "It is often darkest before dawn. We have seen similar patterns of negotiations in past lock-outs. I remain hopeful...