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Located at the confluence of the Sacramento River and the American River in California's expansive Central Valley, Sacramento grew fast due to the protection of Sutter's Fort. During the California Gold Rush, Sacramento was a major distribution point, a commercial and agricultural center, and a terminus for wagon trains, stagecoaches, riverboats, the telegraph, the Pony Express, and the First Transcontinental Railroad.

Population: 486189
Local Newspapers: Sacramento Bee
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings (NBA)
Local Colleges: Sacramento State (California State University Sacramento)

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After 15 years in prison, father is freed because of questionable evidence in shaken baby case

Prosecution experts said that based on new scientific views, the evidence didn't clearly rule out an accident in the case of Zavion Johnson, right, shown in court with his legal team Friday. Prosecution experts said that based on new scientific views, the evidence didn't clearly rule out an accident in the case of Zavion Johnson, right, shown in court with his legal team Friday.

Man Free after Serving 15 Years for Baby Killing

His lawyer says 34-year-old Zavion Johnson was released Saturday from the Sacramento County jail, where he was sent while his case was heard. A judge on Friday set aside his conviction and 25-years-to-life sentence.

Sacramento shaking baby conviction set aside

A Sacramento man is set to walk out of prison after 15 years, after a judge on Friday set aside his life sentence for shaking his 4-month-old daughter to death in 2001. Sacramento County Superior Court Judge James Arguelles set Zavion Johnson's second-degree murder conviction aside amid questions over the medical experts' testimony that convicted him.

Fighting cancer on her own: Local patient in limbo after Sutter Medical Group drops Medi-Cal

Related stories: Die of omission: California lawsuit accuses physicians of misleading terminal woman who sought aid-in-dying medication Bay Area grandmother supported passage of law she was unable to access. , 08.03.17.

Which Counties Produce the Court's Civil Docket (Part 1)?

Last week, we completed our review of the government's winning percentage in civil cases between 1994 and the present. This week, we're beginning a new subject which trial courts accounted for the Court's civil and criminal dockets? First up: the civil docket for the years 1994 through 1998.

Recycling in the dumps

Every day, Californians pay an extra nickel for their favorite canned or bottled drinks, with the money earmarked to support the state's landmark recycling program. If they return the bottle or can, they get five cents back.

Rewriting the new year

It was afternoon on the final day of the Miss Hmong California pageant, and contestant No. 4 got a tough question during the Q&A round.

Hindu Priest, 3 Others Stand Trial for Murder of Ashok Kumar

Sacramento County prosecutors say four things are at the heart of a murder case against four people bound by business and romance and since August 2016 by the planned killing of Ashok Kumar. The people allege that Kumar -- who was known to bring home the till from his store -- was robbed, beaten and strangled in his home as part of a plot planned by his own wife, Rohini.

Man Arrested in Child Death Investigation

According to the charges, 29-year-old Frederic McDonald had "care and custody" of 2-year-old Gabby Doe when she died. Investigators are still trying to figure out exactly how she died, but they believe McDonald is responsible.

At the CPCSD: New GM Jill Ritzman on the job

As the new Cameron Park Community Services District general manager, Jill Ritzman said she aspires to build community partnerships and looks forward to the challenge of bringing continuity to the district. In the coming weeks Ritzman, 57, plans to meet with residents and local community groups to solicit and share ideas about what lies ahead for the district.

Deputies search for multiple people accused of attempted robbery

Deputies are searching for multiple suspects accused of attempting to rob a Rite Aid in Carmichael and leading officers on a pursuit into Citrus Heights, the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office said. Officers located the car at Marinvale and Van Maren abandoned.

Deputies search for multiple people accused of robbery

Deputies are searching for multiple suspects accused of robbing a Rite Aid in Carmichael and leading officers on a pursuit into Citrus Heights, the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office said. Deputies received a call about a robbery at the Rite Aid on Manzanita Avenue, deputies said.

Caught on Camera: Amazon contractor poops in front of Sacramento home

SACRAMENTO, CA - It was all caught on camera: A contracted Amazon driver making deliveries in a Sacramento County neighborhood delivered a different kind of package in the gutter outside a house. Amazon customer Nemy Bautista shared video with KCRA of the woman stepping outside the U-Haul van on the passenger side, making sure the coast was clear, and defecating in front of his house.

Yes, those are mushrooms. No, dona t eat them.

These mystery mushrooms sprouted in the East Sacramento backyard of Rebecca Hamilton. She worried if they were safe around her puppy.

Five Men Sought in Convenience Store Robberies

The robberies began Nov. 21 and have continued through Nov. 29 in both the northern and southern parts of the county. According to the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, the suspects rob the clerk at gun point - demanding cash and cigarettes.

Two ATM Skimming Suspects Arrested after Hundreds of Golden 1 Accounts Compromised

Two men are now facing federal conspiracy charges for using a deep insertion skimmer connected to ATMs to record and steal card numbers and account information from more than 800 Golden 1 Credit Union customers. Luis Gaina and Ricardo Gabriele-Plage, both from Venezuela, were eventually caught and arrested.

Sacramento to Adopt Controversial a Advance Peacea Program

The City of Sacramento is about to sign a contract with Advance Peace, agreeing to pay half of its operating cost -- $1.5 million. "Participants are all individuals that are suspected at being at the center of cyclical and retaliatory gun violence," Advance Peace CEO DeVone Boggan said.

Special Delivery: Amazon contractor caught pooping in California homeowner's gutter

A homeowner in Sacramento County, California, is down in the dumps after catching an Amazon delivery contractor leaving an unexpected package outside his home. Nemy Bautista told KTXL TV that he came home to what he originally thought was dog poop on his property.

Attorney, Former Sacramento County Sheriff Weigh in on Kate Steinle Verdict

A two-and-a-half year wait for justice leaves Kate Steinle's family grappling with a not guilty verdict in her death and those in the political and legal systems analyzing what the verdict means for those who made her murder case a litmus test in the illegal immigration debate. Everyone from President Trump to the Sacramento County sheriff pointed to this case as a reason for stricter immigration policy, but jurors didn't even get to hear testimony about the killer's deportations.

Cracks found on Oroville Dam spillway, 3 other NorCal stories

Photo shows the main spillway at Oroville Dam on Nov. 30, 2017, about a month after the reconstruction project's completion deadline. The Department of Water Resources and contractor Kiewit said hairline cracks in the Oroville Dam's primary spillway do not threaten the integrity of the main chute.

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