• Incentivación de la vacuna contra el COVID-19: Quién los ofrece y cómo reclamarlos By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    INCENTIVACIÓN DE LA VACUNA CONTRA EL COVID-19: QUIÉN LOS OFRECE Y CÓMO RECLAMARLOS

    Mientras California continúa incentivando a residentes para que se vacunen antes del 15 de junio, más compañías públicas y privadas...

  • 13-year-old sells candles to help Hughson mother diagnosed with lung cancer By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    13-YEAR-OLD SELLS CANDLES TO HELP HUGHSON MOTHER DIAGNOSED WITH LUNG CANCER

    A teenage boy in Hughson is selling candles to help raise money for a woman diagnosed with lung cancer.

  • COVID-19 vaccine incentives: Who's giving them and how you can claim them By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    COVID-19 VACCINE INCENTIVES: WHO'S GIVING THEM AND HOW YOU CAN CLAIM THEM

    From pharmacies and grocery stores to tech companies and dating apps

    Tech
  • 'Happier by far': Dr. Darrick Lawson of Healing Touch Chiropractic on being your authentic self By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    'HAPPIER BY FAR': DR. DARRICK LAWSON OF HEALING TOUCH CHIROPRACTIC ON BEING YOUR AUTHENTIC SELF

    "Am I a better gay business owner than a closeted one, absolutely," he said.

  • Sacramento group ‘Black Men Run' encourages active lifestyles among community By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    SACRAMENTO GROUP ‘BLACK MEN RUN' ENCOURAGES ACTIVE LIFESTYLES AMONG COMMUNITY

    "People have a certain fear about running. It's not always the easiest thing to do. It challenges you in ways that you may not want...

    Running
  • Sacramento is the 16th worst city for dog attacks on U.S. postal workers By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    SACRAMENTO IS THE 16TH WORST CITY FOR DOG ATTACKS ON U.S. POSTAL WORKERS

    Twenty-two employees were attacked in 2020 alone.

    U.S.
  • Increased flow releases from New Melones Dam means more hazardous conditions on Stanislaus River By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    INCREASED FLOW RELEASES FROM NEW MELONES DAM MEANS MORE HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS ON STANISLAUS RIVER

    The Stanislaus River is seeing faster, colder and more unpredictable conditions as the Bureau of Reclamation announced increasing flow...

  • Crews start transporting concrete pieces to fix Hwy. 99 By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    CREWS START TRANSPORTING CONCRETE PIECES TO FIX HWY. 99

    This is the largest road closure in the region's history, according to Caltrans.

  • 'This is where I'm going to die': Lobster diver describes being swallowed by humpback whale By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    'THIS IS WHERE I'M GOING TO DIE': LOBSTER DIVER DESCRIBES BEING SWALLOWED BY HUMPBACK WHALE

    The man was taken to an area hospital, but amazingly suffered few injuries, mainly soft tissue damage.

  • Crews battle 3-alarm vegetation fire in Fairfield By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    CREWS BATTLE 3-ALARM VEGETATION FIRE IN FAIRFIELD

    Crews are battling a three-alarm vegetation fire in Fairfield on Friday afternoon, according to the fire department.

  • Amtrak offers new $299 Eurail-style travel pass By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    AMTRAK OFFERS NEW $299 EURAIL-STYLE TRAVEL PASS

    The deal is available until June 22, and you have up to 120 days from purchase to start using the pass.

    Style, Travel
  • Modesto police officer arrested on domestic violence charges, department says By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    MODESTO POLICE OFFICER ARRESTED ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHARGES, DEPARTMENT SAYS

    A Modesto Police Department officer was arrested on domestic violence charges, the department announced Friday.

  • Nice Weekend By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    NICE WEEKEND

    Saturday will be mostly sunny with highs near 90.

  • Gov. Newsom to lift pandemic executive orders By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    GOV. NEWSOM TO LIFT PANDEMIC EXECUTIVE ORDERS

    Ahead of California fully reopening the economy June 15, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Friday that he intends to lift executive orders...

    Economy
  • Gavin Newsom sides with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in border debate with Kamala Harris By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    GAVIN NEWSOM SIDES WITH ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ IN BORDER DEBATE WITH KAMALA HARRIS

    "As it relates to her comments, we only say this: We believe - I certainly believe - right for people to seek asylum in a safe way,...

  • California governor pledges consistent workplace mask rules By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR PLEDGES CONSISTENT WORKPLACE MASK RULES

    Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday that he's confident his workplace regulators will soon fall in line with California's plan to drop virtually...

  • California Capitol to reopen for visitors next week By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    CALIFORNIA CAPITOL TO REOPEN FOR VISITORS NEXT WEEK

    The California Capitol will reopen to the public starting next week, legislative leaders announced Friday.

  • Report: California encourages rebuilding in fire-prone areas By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    REPORT: CALIFORNIA ENCOURAGES REBUILDING IN FIRE-PRONE AREAS

    California state and local officials are encouraging rebuilding in areas destroyed by wildfires at a time when people should be redirected...

  • Sacramento director Deon Taylor's new film 'The House Next Door: Meet the Blacks 2' hits theaters By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    SACRAMENTO DIRECTOR DEON TAYLOR'S NEW FILM 'THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR: MEET THE BLACKS 2' HITS THEATERS

    "I don't know how we finished the movie," Taylor said about shooting it with several comedians. "Because there were too many nights...

  • Here's a full rundown of this year's Pulitzer Prize winners By KCRA   -   Jun 12, 2021

    HERE'S A FULL RUNDOWN OF THIS YEAR'S PULITZER PRIZE WINNERS

    The best work in journalism and the arts was recognized during a remote ceremony.

    Art