Californians urged to conserve energy during heat wave in order to prevent blackoutsCalifornians are being asked to save energy on Wednesday to avoid power outages.
Demolition work is now well underway at the Sacramento Kings' old arenaWhat name do you call the old home of the Sacramento Kings? Many fans stubbornly called it ARCO Arena even after the name changed in 2011 to Power Balance Pavilion.
Why was the man accused of dismembering a senior released early from prison?The Placer County District Attorney is asking why the man arrested for killing and dismembering a 77-year-old woman had been released early from prison despite being denied parole twice.
Family pleads for tips amid 3rd day of searching for missing teenHeartache and hope for family and friends of a Truckee teenager now missing for three full days. The family is asking for more help tracking her down.
Folsom native killed in lightning strike near White House remembered for 'unwavering positivity'The devastation of a thunderstorm in Washington D.C. is being felt in California.
CDC expected to ease Covid-19 recommendations, including for schools, as soon as this weekThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to update its guidance for Covid-19 control in the community, including in schools, in the coming days, according to sources familiar with the plan.
Man dies in Rancho Police custody shortly before being booked— The Sacramento County Sheriff's Office opened an in-custody death investigation after a man died in the Rancho Cordova Police Department's custody.
2 people found dead in Siskiyou County driveway along McKinney Fire pathAuthorities say two people have been found dead in an area burned by the McKinney Fire in Siskiyou County.
Gov. Newsom declares monkeypox state of emergency in CaliforniaCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday declared a state of emergency in response to the monkeypox outbreak.
School, Staff Charged In Death Of Autistic ChildA private school in Northern California and three of its staffers have been charged for involuntary manslaughter in the 2018 death of a 13-year-old autistic student, who died after being restrained for almost two hours for allegedly spitting at a classmate.
California Toddler Among 2 Children Now Diagnosed With Monkeypox In USTwo children have been diagnosed with monkeypox in the U.S., health officials said Friday.
Fairfield Man, 76, Arrested In Connection To 2 Cold Case Murders Dating Back DecadesDetectives say a 76-year-old Fairfield man has been arrested in connection to two cold case homicides in Northern California that date back decades ago.
FCC Cracking Down On ‘Auto Warranty’ RobocallsUS telecom providers will now be required to block millions of illegal robocalls a day advertising extended vehicle warranties, the Federal Communications Commission said Thursday, taking aim at a group of individuals accused of sending more than 8 billion such messages since 2018.
MBTA Apologizes After Piece Of Orange Line Train Sparks Fire On BridgeA loose piece of metal sparked a frightening fire on an MBTA Orange Line train on a bridge over the Mystic River Thursday morning, forcing about 200 riders to evacuate. One jumped into the water.
‘Lets Go Brandon’ Mistakenly Stamped On Hundreds Of Official Tax Letters In CaliforniaA California resident is demanding answers after she and hundreds of others received an official tax letter in the mail stamped with “Lets Go Brandon.”
Megan Rapinoe Urges Freedom For Brittney Griner At The ESPYS: 'For Me, The Most Striking Thing Is That BG's Not Here'Soccer player Megan Rapinoe admonished her fellow athletes for not doing enough to speak out and encouraged them to support detained WNBA star Brittney Griner at The ESPYS on Wednesday night.
Cal Fire Winning Battle Against Wildfires…So FarCal Fire has put out hundreds of incidents so far this year with no mega fires breaking out, but how have they been able to do it?
Reps. Rashida Tlaib, Andy Levin Arrested In Abortion Rights Protest In Front Of US Supreme CourtMichigan Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Andy Levin were among 17 Democratic members of Congress arrested by Capitol Police on Tuesday afternoon as part of an abortion rights protest in front of the Supreme Court.
Charges: Man lit his camper on fire, defaced own garage to appear targeted due to Trump flagA Brooklyn Center man faces federal charges after he lit his own camper on fire to make it look like a politically-motivated crime, and then allegedly filed several fraudulent insurance claims.
Goodbye Heinz Field: Ketchup bottles and signage removed to make way for Acrisure StadiumHeinz Field signage began coming down at the newly-named Acrisure Stadium.
Former Mayor Bill de Blasio drops out of congressional raceFormer Mayor Bill de Blasio is putting an end to his congressional bid.
Verdicts Reached In Federal Trial Of 3 Ex-Officers Charged In George Floyd's DeathVerdicts have been reached in the federal trial of three former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd’s death.
NH Couple Fights Off Hatchet-Wielding Stranger Who Burst Into Bedroom, Asked 'How Do You Want To Die?'Police say a New Hampshire couple fought off a hatchet-wielding stranger after he burst into their bedroom while they were sleeping.
'3 Seconds, 30 Bullets': Minneapolis Gang Member Predicts Dangerous Summer In WCCO ExclusiveGang member "John" forecasts a dangerous summer, with gangs using auto sears to convert weapons into mini-machine guns, with an unmistakable sound that slices through the silence, rapid fire, multiple rounds letting loose with the single squeeze of a trigger.
Explosion In Westminster: Major Evacuation Underway, Townhomes On Fire, Sheridan Boulevard Shut DownAn explosion and fire at a townhome complex in Westminster forced the evacuation of four buildings. It is unclear how many people, if any, were injured.
Pa. Supreme Court Picks New Map Of U.S. House DistrictsPennsylvania’s highest court broke a partisan deadlock Wednesday over a new map of congressional districts.
Minneapolis Gang Member Sheds Light On Turf Wars: 'Death Keeps It Going'"You see a [Dodge Challenger SRT] Hellcat running at the gas station, you still got it in the back of your mind that there’s a guy out there that will give you $60,000 right now for that Hellcat. That $60,000 going to run all the good thoughts that you had because you’re broke," John said.
Woman Crashes Into 2 Homes In North HighlandsAuthorities are trying to figure out what caused a woman to crash her car into two homes in North Highlands late Thursday night.
Twin Cities Couple Trying To Find Good Samaritan After She Helped Pregnant Woman In Scary SituationA stranger's fast thinking helped a pregnant woman in a scary situation. Now the Twin Cities couple is trying to find the drive-by good Samaritan.