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Light Rail service in the Sacramento area was disrupted Wednesday morning following the discovery of a suspicious package near Watt Ave. and Interstate 80. Sacramento Regional Transit police were called to the scene just before 8 a.m. and located the
A popular area for runners and joggers in Modesto has been the scene of two recent sexual assaults, police say. Two reports of a individual in his late teens fondling women were ... Friday 8th February, 2013 email@example.com UC Davis chemistry
Then President Barack Obama sent out a request that Americans honor the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. by participating in the National Day of Service timed to his federal holiday. If that wasn't enough to get people to roll up their sleeves, the
Is that what we want, emergency vehicles blocked from providing quick aid to residents in trouble?...Trains have been trundling through the urban area for eons, crossing streets, forcing commuters and even emergency vehicles to stop and wait.
It's run by two sisters, Sacramento State graduates Lisa and Laura Allen, who like to hit the clubs themselves, and whose father, Bill, happens to own a bus company with a vehicle available for what amounts to an experimental niche transit service. "
California's capital city is unlikely to experience a devastating hurricane, and it doesn't rely on subway systems to keep its economy moving the way New York does. But, aside from New Orleans, Sacramento has the greatest flood risk of any major
Sacramento County, working in partnership with the state Department of Transportation, on Tuesday launched a two-year, $22.5 million Watt interchange remake. Officials say it will turn one of the region's busiest commute sites into one of the most
The jury voted 9-3 that the bus struck Joyce Ann Jacobs while she was in a crosswalk at 6:25 p.m. on Jan. 9, 2008. The outcome of the case hinged on whether the 49-year-old woman was inside the lines of the crosswalk when she was hit by the out-of-
Yolo programs help the jobless, work to avert layoffs Published: Monday, Sep...The programs, which operate out of Yolo County's One-Stop Career Centers in West Sacramento and Woodland, help employees facing layoffs get back on track with retraining,
Two years after unprecedented bus and rail cuts, Sacramento Regional Transit officials say finances have brightened enough to allow them to launch the first in a series of incremental service increases over the next five years. Starting Tuesday night,