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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)

Zip Codes associated with sacramento, california: 95814 95815 95816 95817 95818 95819 95820 95821 95822 95823 95824 95825 95826 95827 95828 95829 95830 95831 95832 95833 95834 95835 95836 95837 95838 95841 95842 95843 95864
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Feel-Good Feels Du Jour: Northern California Woman Adopts 'Most Unadoptable' Shelter Dog

A woman from Galt, California in Sacramento County recently walked into an animal shelter there asking for "the oldest dog you have, and the one no one wants to adopt." The Today Show just did a feel-good segment on Melani Andrews, who just last week walked into Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento and took home 12-year-old Jake, a stray with terminal cancer and skin troubles shelter who a shelter spokesperson nonetheless says is a "good boy."

Dozens are suing to block Delta tunnels. Will it matter?

A sign on Highway 160 in the Delta protests the tunnels project. At least 57 area governments, environmental groups and others are suing to block the tunnels under California's Environmental Quality Act.

a man holds a sign: "Return our neighbors to their families

The call shook me. It was from our neighbors at Venetia Valley Elementary School, which is just across the street from the Osher Marin JCC, the Brandeis Marin day school and my synagogue, Congregation Rodef Shalom.

Trial to determine Vacaville man's mental competency

A jury trial is scheduled to get underway Tuesday for a Vacaville man accused of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old boy in October 2016 in a bathroom of the Savers thrift store in Vacaville. The jury is not deciding whether or not David A. Maggi, 31, grabbed the boy, forced him into a bathroom stall, ripped off the boy's pants and sexually assaulted him.

Police chase stolen car suspect in Sacramento County

Sacramento police said they are investigating a crash following the apprehension of a driver they say crashed a stolen car during a pursuit Sunday. Police said police observation devices triggered a stolen car alert at Meadowview Road and Detroit Boulevard in Sacramento.


Welcome to a special California primary edition of Essential Politics. We're tracking state politics and happenings in government on our regular Essential Politics news feed.

Sacramento Deputy Uses Dance to Give Back to the Community

Sacramento County Deputy Gen Saelee didn't let her full uniform stop her from busting a move at the California State Capitol on a hot afternoon, and it was all for a good cause. FOX40's Ty Steele caught the deputy line dancing during the 18th annual Walk for Wishes , an event that raises money to grant wishes for young people suffering from life threatening medical conditions.

Northern California officials sue over twin tunnels water project

Northern California cities and counties on Friday were leading a surge of lawsuits to try to block Gov. Jerry Brown's plans to build giant tunnels that would carry water from the north of the state far to the west and south. Sacramento County and other local governments, including Placer County water officials and the cities of Stockton and Antioch, all filed suit late this week objecting to Brown's plans for the $17 billion water project.

Family learns fate of Vacaville man missing since 1991

Family of a Vacaville man missing since 1991 learned earlier this week Charles Campbell, then 20, was dead, according to a Vacaville Police Department post on social media. A Sacramento County sheriff's investigator was looking into a cold case of a young man who was found dead in the Sacramento Delta region just a few weeks after Campbell went missing.

Sacramento County Sheriffa s Department Collects School Supplies for Kids in Need

"Whatever you can help us with, backpacks, small school supply items, then you can just drop it off in the basket," a deputy explained to customers entering Walmart. Ameenah Salaam came to the Walmart of Antelope Road Thursday morning to go back-to-school shopping for her son.

First Solar sells 40 megawatt Cuyama Solar Project to DESRI

San Luis Obispo-based First Solar announced the sale of its 40 megawatt Cuyama Solar Project to D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments, or DESRI, for an undisclosed amount. Construction of the project began on July 25 and is expected to be finished by the end of the year.

First to fall: Severely disabled renters feel the brunt of Sacramentoa s housing crisis

Both men were born with cerebral palsy and live off Supplemental Security Income, or SSI - a stipend that puts them under the federal poverty line. So far, they've managed to keep a roof over their heads by splitting the cost of rent.


This year's Sacramento County budget is $4 billion - $11 million a day. County Supervisor Sue Frost points out that we have only $88 million in reserve.

Ranch guessing: Can a black-run agriculture academy end Sacramento Countya s Boys Ranch curse?

Seven years after budget cuts forced its closure, a onetime detention camp for delinquent boys may finally find a second life as an agribusiness training academy for underserved youth. On July 25, the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors granted conceptual approval to a group that wants to launch the Carson Creek Ranch Food and Agriculture Center on a site currently occupied by the defunct Boys Ranch.

Police: Man Arrested After Attempting to Kidnap Young Boy at Downtown Sacramento Park

Andre Matthew is accused of attempting to grab a little boy who was with his dad at the time. It happened Tuesday evening at Fremont Park on Q Street.

Suspect Arrested in South Sacramento Auto Body Shop Homicide

The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department has arrested a suspect connected to Tuesday's homicide at an auto body shop. Wednesday morning, 47-year-old Cansio Santiago Ramirez was taken into custody for the murder of 37-year-old Arnulfo Soto.

Homicide ruled in man's death after body found on Sac levee

After a body was found on a Sacramento levee, investigators determined the man's death was a homicide, the Sacramento Police Department said Tuesday. The man's body was found after 6 p.m. Monday on a levee near Garden Highway and Natomas Park Drive.

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