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13-year-old dies from severe peanut allergy reaction

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - It's a tragedy that's being felt from Sacramento, Calif. to Slingerlands, N.Y. A 13-year-old girl has died after suffering a serious peanut allergy reaction, leading her parents into a crusade, determined to make sure everyone learns from it. Full story

Smoke over Sacramento region prompts air quality concerns

Winds have pushed the smoke from the Aspen Fire, in the Sierra National Forrest, to the Sacramento region, causing a haze over the valley and concerns over air quality.It prompted local air officials to issue a health caution for the entire Valley air basin, including San Joaquin and Stanislaus coun Full story

Silicon Valley Restaurant Grades: Looking at SD, Sacramento

An advisory group of restaurant owners, health professionals and consumers took steps toward recommending a grading system to implement in Santa Clara County. Full story

NorCal wildfire forces some evacuations

Crews are battling a wildfire in the Six Rivers National Forest in Northern California that has forced some residents of the nearby community of Orleans to evacuate.    Orleans is located in Humboldt County about 300 miles northwest of Sacramento.    Forest spokeswoman Julie Ranieri said on Tuesday Full story

Sacramento cardroom robbed at gunpoint

A janitor cleaning the Limelight Card Room on Alhambra Boulevard was robbed at gunpoint Monday morning. Full story

Sacramento police saturate streets around Cal Expo

Sacramento police saturated the area around Cal Expo Saturday night, conducting a traffic safety operation on the last weekend of the California State Fair. Full story

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Delta breeze, sunshine expected for final weekend of July

Officers: 2 homes with same owner burglarized, 2 arrested

PBT: Tyreke Evans says he’d have no problem coming off the bench for the Pelicans

Police: Man turns violent after refusing to pay cab fee

World championship boxing returns to Sacramento

Sacramento police enforce pot greenhouse law

SMUD: Power restored to south Sacramento customers

"We Were in Hiding": Mom of Double Murder Suspect

Mail-order marijuana? Postal inspectors link operation to Sac region

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  Uh oh! Monorail passengers stranded at state fair

Passengers aboard a monorail at the California State Fair in Sacramento were stranded Wednesday when the ride lost power. Firefighters helped get them down.

  Lounge pulls art featuring past governors’ lovers

An artist says her paintings featuring the wives, lovers or muses for California governors were removed from a lounge near Sacramento because the business was afraid the collection would upset female lobbyists. KCRA’s Claire Doan reports.

  Baby taken from parents who sought second opinion

Anna and Alex Nikolayev have been reunited with their 5-month-old son Sammy, who was taken from them by police and Child Protective Services after they removed him from a hospital against medical advice. NBC’s Tamron Hall reports.

  Cop charged with rape while on duty

A Sacramento, Calif., police officer allegedly kidnapped or sexually assaulted six victims, some more than once, while on duty and in uniform. KCRA's Richard Sharp reports.

  Can Sacramento ban medi-juana dispensaries?

California’s Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether communities, like Sacramento, can prohibit marijuana facilities after the 1996 voter-approved law legalizing pot for medicinal uses in in the Golden State.

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