| Nov 17, 2011
While violence erupted in New York City on the anniversary of the Occupy movement, protests were more reserved in Sacramento, at least during daylight hours.
Several hundred protestors gathered at Ceasar Chavez Park two months ago to protest...
| Nov 25, 2011
| 1:45 PM
A man who was found dead outside of his McKinley Park home early Friday died of cirrhosis of the liver, an autopsy revealed.
Don Mankunas, 59, of the 3700 block of South Hermitage Avenue, was found lying face down by a female tenant outside of the...
| May 12, 2011
Sacramento's Park and Recreation Department is looking to cut $4 million from it's budget meaning summer camps and sports leagues for kids will go away. In the last four years, 65% of it's budget has been slashed and half its workers have been laid off....
| Jun 10, 2011
| 8:22 AM
Vive tu vida! Get Up! Get Moving!
Saturday, June 18
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
2210 W. Pershing Road
Find ways to make movement a daily part of your life.
Dance, learn a new sport, take a walk with your family or friends. Even if...
| Jun 10, 2011
| 5:41 PM
Sacramento County Animal Control says the 200 birds found dumped in East Sacramento were caged their entire lives. Caged until their owner decided to dump them at the corner of H Street and Alhambra Boulevard last week.
“They are most assuredly out...
| Jun 11, 2011
| 8:17 PM
Four people were killed and at least 9 wounded in overnight shootings on Chicago's South and West Sides.
The violence began about 9:24 p.m. in the Lawndale neighborhood when a 19-year-old was fatally shot in the 1400 block of South Trumbull Avenue.
| Jul 20, 2011
| 11:58 AM
2000 W. 34th Street - McKinley Park
| Dec 20, 2008
SACRAMENTO - Seventy percent of voter's approved Jessica's Law two years ago because they wanted to keep kids safe from known sex offenders.
But a new report says the law that prohibits sex offenders from living near schools and parks may have just...
| Dec 1, 2009
| 1:24 PM
Ann Robinson will always be an educator at heart.
Last summer, however, she had to ask herself a question all too familiar to people with long careers that come to an unexpected end: "Now what am I going to do?"
Robinson, 64, became a statistic of the...
| Jun 26, 2009
For Chinese and Chinese-Americans, the word "jia" is not lost in translation. Loosely interpreted, it means family or home, even homeland.
For the Chinese who worked the railroad yards in Chicago in the 1870s and those arriving in the periodic waves of...
| Jul 12, 2009
Board Detroit's Ovation yacht for a cruise featuring food, dancing and entertainment. The Latin band Grupo Escobar will provide the dance beats, so throw back a mojito and get down. Admission includes tasty Cuban food, plus a...
| Sep 19, 2004
Here's a number that arguably is the most talked about among Americans: property value.
Whether we are buying, selling or holding, it seems we want to keep close tabs on the worth of our homes -- and our neighbors' -- and how much they've appreciated....