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  • 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...
  • Tentative NBA Deal Reached: Kings Fans Ready For Season Opener

    Tentative NBA Deal Reached: Kings Fans Ready For Season Opener
    “It’s exciting that the freeze is over because we usually get a lot of business every night from the Kings games and lately it’s been pretty dead,” said Sacramento Kings fan, Jessica Calta.   FOX40 caught up with Calta, and her...
  • OC Pastor, Soccer Coach Pleads Not Guilty on Child Sex Charges

    OC Pastor, Soccer Coach Pleads Not Guilty on Child Sex Charges
    WESTMINSTER, Calif (KTLA) -- A church pastor and part time soccer coach has pleaded not guilty to charges of molesting an 8-year-old girl and possessing thousands of images of child pornography. Christopher Raymond Olague, 39, of Westminster was a pastor...
  • Chargers seek another banner year

    The boys' and girls' basketball teams at Edison, Fountain Valley and Marina begin their respective 2011-12 seasons this week in tournament and nonleague play. Below is a capsule look at the three schools. * Edison Girls' Team Head coach: Dan Wiley...
  • Inductees in California's Hall of Fame

    Inductees in California's Hall of Fame
    "I think what made it special tonight was the kids," Ervin "Magic" Johnson said. "This is just going to be icing on the cake. When those kids are hollering your name, they never saw me play basketball." Johnson is talking about kids outside the Memorial...
  • Parking-For-Arena Trade Gets First Yes From Sacramento City Council

    Parking-For-Arena Trade Gets First Yes From Sacramento City Council
    With two dissenting, the Sacramento City Council voted Tuesday to explore a plan that would have the City sell rights to its parking places to get seed money for a new Arena. Councilmembers Sandy Sheedy and Darrel Fong were the "nays." The City...
  • Connecticut NAACP considering legal action against state redistricting panel over its all-white membership

    Connecticut NAACP considering legal action against state redistricting panel over its all-white membership
    The head of the Connecticut NAACP calls it “astonishing and heart breaking” that the legislative committee deciding on how this state’s political boundaries should be redrawn doesn’t have a single minority member. The absence of...
  • Microsoft's $6 billion whoopsie

    Microsoft's $6 billion whoopsie
    Some business deals just don't work out -- and sometimes they really don't work out. Microsoft spent $6.3 billion in cash buying online display advertising company aQuantive in 2007. On Monday, the company wrote off almost the entire value of the...
  • AEG Backs Out Of Sacramento Rail Yard Arena Plan

    AEG Backs Out Of Sacramento Rail Yard Arena Plan
    Mayor Kevin Johnson said Tuesday that entertainment conglomerate AEG has officially withdrawn its participation and money from efforts to build a sports and entertainment complex at the downtown Sacramento rail yard site. "At the end of the day, they did...