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‘I Need You to Come Home:’ Missing Sacramento Girl’s Family Speaks Out  KTXL FOX 40 Sacramento

SACRAMENTO -- A Sacramento mother is hoping the public can help her find her missing 14-year-old daughter. Marissa Araiza went missing exactly one week ...

Laguna Creek High student fatally shot | News  Elk Grove Citizen

A Laguna Creek High School senior was fatally shot in a front yard near the Elk Grove border during the early morning of June 23. The gunman remains at large.

History Happened Here | Lifestyle  Elk Grove Citizen

A number of longtime employees of Elk Grove Unified School District (EGUSD) are retiring, and this is the last day for some of them. Many of them made history ...

Elk Grove Residents Say Cockroaches are Crawling Up Pipes Into Homes  KTXL FOX 40 Sacramento

ELK GROVE -- In Elk Grove, one neighborhood is complaining about an infestation of cockroaches. Neighbors claim work on a local sewer line is forcing the ...

The heart of a soldier | News  Elk Grove Citizen

Carlos Lopez Jr.'s story is one of strength, pride and passion amid severe anguish that his loved ones weren't aware about.

Here’s The High School Football Teams To Watch This Week  CBS Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It's week one of high school football, and the teams continue to perfect their game before conference games start. Here are the ...

Matthew Trammel, reality TV muralist - 15 Minutes - Opinions - July 19, 2018  Sacramento News & Review

By James Raia. From Laguna Creek High to Gordon Ramsey's 24 Hours To Hell & Back. Published on July 19, 2018 as 15 Minutes in the Opinions section of the ...

Laguna Creek High School Student Report Feb. 16 | Lifestyle  Elk Grove Citizen

Activities: Laguna began the second semester very excited to be halfway done with the year. We held PBIS Donut Day where any student who was nominated ...

Elk Grove woman dies from fall in Berkeley  Elk Grove Citizen

An Elk Grove woman suffered fatal injuries after she fell from a third-story balcony in Berkeley during the early morning of April 16.

A lifelong passion to educate | News  Elk Grove Citizen

The Elk Grove school district announced their 2018 Teachers of the Year last month when their prize patrol of officials surprised the honorees.

Football Practice Starts Up Under Heat Advisory  CBS Sacramento

Most of the Valley is under a heat advisory this week. But all across Sacramento County, high school football teams are back on the field practicing in triple digit ...

Three area players make Optimist All Star volleyball team  Elk Grove Citizen

The 21st Annual Optimist High School Boys' Volleyball All Star games are set for June 3. They will be held at Capital Christian High School, 9470 Micron ...

Athletic program on the upswing at Laguna Creek  Elk Grove Citizen

In the four years since Vince Boncor arrived on the scene at Laguna Creek High School, the softball program has grown to one of the best in the Metro ...

Laguna Creek football players kneel during Nat'l Anthem  Elk Grove Citizen

A photo of 12 Laguna Creek football players kneeling during the playing of the National Anthem prior to Friday's game against Placer has been sent via Twitter.

Sacramento's Malik Pope will begin NBA dream with Los Angeles Lakers KXTV

San Diego State forward Malik Pope has had a bumpy path to the NBA, but his first professional opportunity has finally arrived.

Ussery replaces Clonce at Laguna Creek | Sports  Elk Grove Citizen

Jon Ussery was visiting his beloved State of Nebraska, taking in the College World Series, spending time with former Franklin High School cornerback Lamar ...

Election '18: Claytor to challenge Bera for congressional seat  Elk Grove Citizen

Reginald Claytor, an aerospace mechanical worker from south Sacramento, will challenge Rep. Ami Bera, D-Elk Grove, in this June's 7th congressional district ...

Laguna Creek Football Players, Coaches Kneel for National Anthem  FOX40

LAGUNA -- As the words penned by Francis Scott Key drifted across the stadium at Cosumnes River College, some of the high schoolers on the field stood tall ...

A warrior's walk | Lifestyle  Elk Grove Citizen

Laguna Creek High School graduate Carlos Lopez Jr.'s life will soon be honored on the silver screen via a movie he produced and starred in prior to his ...

Concussion protocols & new technology help keeps students safe  KCRA Sacramento

Elk Grove Unified High School District has added athletic trainers at every high school to help keeps students safe and healthy during sports activities.

The essence of the stage | Lifestyle  Elk Grove Citizen

Anne-Marie Pringle of Elk Grove recently won a top award for helping her theater students represent the essence of educational musical theater.

Organization of the Year: Courageous Connection | Lifestyle  Elk Grove Citizen

We've got so many foster youth in Elk Grove, I'd love to see our community step up and do more. Sure they're great foster parents out there, but there are.

Laguna Creek tennis drops NorCal team opener | Sports  Elk Grove Citizen

Just two days removed from the high of winning the Sac-Joaquin Section's Division II team tennis championships, Laguna Creek dropped its opening match in ...

Lost opportunity: Laguna Creek blows chance to grab third place in the Metro  Elk Grove Citizen

Third place, by themselves, was on the line Monday night at Laguna Creek High School. The Cardinals' girls team was riding high in Metro Conference play at ...

Trivia champ | Lifestyle  Elk Grove Citizen

Did you ever think you were such a trivia whiz that you would be the perfect contestant on Jeopardy?

Laguna grabs homecoming win over Valley | Sports  Elk Grove Citizen

After a 0-3 preseason, Laguna Creek High School was eager to start off their Metro League campaign Friday night against Valley High School. Last year, the ...

Laguna Creek softball rising in DVC | Sports  Elk Grove Citizen

Vince Boncore commutes daily from Placerville to Elk Grove for practices and games. The drive is more than an hour, pending traffic.

Coming homeLaguna Creek High valedictorian, Harvard student shares his story  Elk Grove Citizen

Lloyd Chen knew he wanted to attend Harvard University from a very young age.

On Campus | Sports  Elk Grove Citizen

Boys Tennis. The Laguna Creek High School boy's tennis team had their year-end banquet during the evening on Monday, May 23, in the LCHS MP room.

On the rise again | News  Elk Grove Citizen

Harriet Eddy Middle School was in the eye of a storm last year.

Art Exposed: Alejandra Calderon  Comstock's Magazine

When Alejandra Calderon narrowly escaped failing her ceramics class as a fine arts major at Sacramento State, she never imagined that seven years later she ...

Notebook: Former LC, Kings, Dallas Cowboys' cheerleader to run clinic  Elk Grove Citizen

What is a football or basketball game without its cheerleaders? They are a staple to the culture of these sports and essential in the life of any high school.

Stephon Clark: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Stephan Clark was holding only his cellphone when he was fatally shot on the night of Sunday, March 18, 2018 after officers mistook the cell phone for a gun.

The orange beasts are coming to town | News  Elk Grove Citizen

The Elk Grove Giant Pumpkin Festival, one of the city's most popular annual, community events, will be held at Elk Grove Regional Park on Oct. 7-8 from 10 a.m. ...

Eagle Court of Honor for Scouts Kevin Brase, Gino Tylenda  Elk Grove Citizen

Among the 2016 graduates at Laguna Creek High School will be two new Eagle Scouts, Gino James Tylenda and Kevin Gregory Brase.

Monterey Trail principal passionate about staying in the Delta League  Elk Grove Citizen

My high school principal was a nice guy but always grumpy. I wish I had Erik Swanson as my principal back then (way back then). Five months into his job.

Man gets 40 years for Elk Grove murder | News  Elk Grove Citizen

A Sacramento Superior Court judge sentenced a 25-year-old man on Nov. 7 to 40 years to life in state prison for murdering a man in Elk Grove two years ago.

You better have an empty stomach | News  Elk Grove Citizen

This is a competition that frankly isn't that pleasant to watch. Food intake at a high rate of speed generally results in messy faces and clothing along with food all.

Elk Grove Teens Given Sobering Assembly On DUI  CBS Local

ELK GROVE (CBS13) – Laguna Creek High School's gym was transformed into a court of law Friday morning, giving teenagers a lesson on the consequences ...

Fremont School Named State Finalist in Samsung STEAM Contest

Fremont, CA - The winning California school will receive $25000 in technology and advance to the national competition.

Calif. Teen Gets Full-Ride Scholarships to 9 Top Universities  NBC Southern California

A California teen who has overcome a lifetime of hardships received nearly $3 million from nine elite universities bidding to have him as part of their freshman ...

The sky is the limit for Pope in his senior season  Daily Aztec

A big question coming into San Diego State's 2017-18 men's basketball season was how good senior forward Malik Pope would be. After Pope led his Aztecs to ...

Where are they Now: Isaiah Ross | Sports  Elk Grove Citizen

Later this month when the Sacramento Mountain Lions open their initial training camp in the upstart United Football League, one familiar name will be on the ...

Milgrim given CO football job on permanent basis  Elk Grove Citizen

Don't blame Derick Milgrim if he doesn't remember much about the 2014 high school football season.

New editor named at the Calaveras Enterprise | Calaveras County's Most Trusted News Source |  Calaveras Enterprise

Sean Thomas, who has covered a range of subjects for the Enterprise as a reporter, has been named editor of the newspaper.

Sacramento's Devontae Booker drafted by Broncos in 4th round

Devontae Booker's NFL dream is now a reality, and he's headed to the mile-high city.

Insight: Sacramento Council Tackles Policing / Police Chief Daniel Hahn / PolitiFact California On 'Paid Protesters' / Jazz Days Festival  Capital Public Radio News

CapRadio's Ezra David Romero recaps City Council meeting on policing. Police Chief Daniel Hahn shares his plans to move the department forward. PolitiFact ...

All the athletes who joined Kaepernick's national anthem protest  SB Nation

After President Donald Trump attacked NFL players protesting during the national anthem on Friday and subsequently told his followers on Twitter to boycott the ...

Insight: Political Junkie / Sac City School Budget Cuts / CalFire Update / Climate Change And Agriculture  Capital Public Radio News

Bruce Palmer prepares to tow a truck scorched by the Delta Fire on Interstate 5 in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest near Shasta Lake on Thursday, Sept.

Insight: School Budget Crisis / Chenin Blanc Revival / STARS Gala Honors Navy Commander  Capital Public Radio News

The teacher's union responds to the Sacramento school budget crisis. Julia Mitric tells us about the revival of chenin blanc. The San Juan Education Foundation ...

News - California State University, Sacramento  Sacramento State University

Hear from Junyao Peng and Richard Cionco (mp3) play mp3 Hear Junyao Peng play Liszt: Feux Follets” (mp3) Laguna Creek High School graduate Junyao ...

Pilot program focuses on pre-apprenticeships  EdSource Today

Nine California high schools have been selected for a pilot program that will introduce students to pre-apprenticeships in the construction trades while also ...

Joey Chestnut wins pumpkin pie-eating championship | Lifestyle  Elk Grove Citizen

Joey Chestnut, the world's top-ranked competitive eater, did not disappoint the large crowd that assembled to watch him compete in the World Pumpkin ...

Insight: Racial Disparities In Sacramento's Neighborhoods / Dissect Podcast Launches Season Three / 'American In Paris' Takes Stage  Capital Public Radio News

Sociologist Jesus Hernandez on how decades-old policy segregated Sacramento's neighborhoods. Dissect creator Cole Cuchna on the podcast's third season.

Insight: Pamela Lopez On We Said Enough / Fair Political Practices Commission's AdWATCH / PolitiFact California / Armenian Food Festival  Capital Public Radio News

Pamela Lopez discusses sexual harassment. FPPC Chair Alice Germond tells us how the agency enforces election rules. PolitiFact California reporter Chris ...

Insight: Politifact CA Checks John Cox / Republican Strategist Cassandra Pye On Her Life And Career / Kushman By The Bottle / The Big Sing  Capital Public Radio News

Politifact California reporter Chris Nichols tells us about his latest fact checks. Cassandra Pye on her life as an African-American woman in Sacramento.

Insight: Cal Fire Update / News Network On Mendocino Complex And Carr Fires / Capital Dance Project Previews New Show  Capital Public Radio News

Cal Fire Deputy Communications Director Mike Mohler updates us on the wildfires burning throughout Northern California, including the Mendocino Complex ...

Insight: Gold Medalist Maddie Bowman / Remembering the Life of Lauren McCullough  Capital Public Radio News

On Today's Insight, Beth Ruyak interviews Gold Medalist Maddie Bowman, a halfpipe skier from Tahoe. Plus hear more of Beth's Sochi Adventures. Also, new ...

Insight: Mental Health Care For Black Communities / Creative Edge Partnership / Young Actor Miller Traum / Tiny Desk Contest  Capital Public Radio News

How mental health care could benefit black communities affected by violence. The Creative Edge partnership aims to strengthen the region's creative economy.

Insight: Political Junkie / Solutions To Sacramento's Social Inequities / Documentary Explores ALS / Fiddler Galen Fraser Performs  Capital Public Radio News

The Political Junkie recaps primary elections and looks ahead to the Singapore Summit. Dr. Jesus Hernandez discusses solutions to Sacramento's social ...

Notebook: Sypkens uses his basketball experiences to teach younger players  Elk Grove Citizen

Ryan Sypkens cringes, belts out a loud, “Awww.” He doesn't want to talk about the Sac-Joaquin Section championship game in 2009 when he and the Franklin ...

Cosumnes Oaks: Summer distractions aplenty | Sports  Elk Grove Citizen

Just 54 days before the season opener, Ryan Gomes was dismissed as head coach of the Cosumnes Oaks High School football team.

Insight: Six Months Since Stephon Clark / Linda Ronstadt / Book Of Mormon Sing Along  Capital Public Radio News

We look at Sacramento six months after the shooting of Stephon Clark by police with CapRadio Senior Editor Nick Miller. Linda Ronstadt tells us about her life ...

Insight: Capitol Chat With Ben Bradford / Eppie's Great Race's Final Run / Carolee Carmello Previews Music Circus' 'Gypsy' / Honyock Performs  Capital Public Radio News

State Government Reporter Ben Bradford tells us about the future of the three Californias plan. We talk about the final run of Eppie's Great Race. Actress Carolee ...

Insight: Earthquake Update / YosemiteLand Preview / Eduardo Carrillo At The Crocker / Comedian Turner Sparks  Capital Public Radio News

Eduardo Carrillo's best-known work, "Testament of the Holy Spirit," was painted in Midtown Sacramento in 1971 and will be hanging in the Crocker Art Museum ...

Notebook: Dragmire signs with Blue Jays, Vina to SDSU  Elk Grove Citizen

Brady Dragmire took the money from the Toronto Blue Jays and the prospects of a professional baseball career over a collegiate life in Reno, Nevada.

Cosumnes Oaks: Two-team race for SVC title  Elk Grove Citizen

As Cosumnes Oaks High School football begins its fifth varsity season, there is plenty of optimism brewing around the south Elk Grove campus.

Insight: Political Junkie / BBC Look-Ahead / Yuba City Teacher Misconduct Investigation / KVIE Documentary 'Redefining Prosperity'  Capital Public Radio News

James Comey's first interview since being fired as FBI director. France and Britain join U.S. airstrikes on Syria. The latest on the Yuba City teacher under ...

Sneakers and art seekers  Elk Grove Citizen

The arts and sneaker culture bond has gone hand-in-hand for quite a while now.

Insight: Capitol Chat On SB 827 / 'Three Revolutions' In Transportation / Painter Gregory Kondos Turns 95 / Greek Guitarist Performs  Capital Public Radio News

CapRadio's Randol White explains the death of a controversial housing bill. Transportation expert Dan Sperling shares his new book. Painter Gregory Kondos ...

'The Donner Party' Musical Retells American History  Capital Public Radio News

Erick Rockwell and Margaret Rose of the Sacramento Theatre Company talk about the newest production titled.

Insight: McKinley Village Vote / Adelante High School Prom / Misner & Smith  Capital Public Radio News

The Sacramento City Council approved the McKinley Village Project with a 6-3 vote. Insight recaps the discussion and controversy surrounding the development ...

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg Launches Plan To Hire Youth, Grow Businesses  Capital Public Radio News

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg launched a massive partnership Tuesday intended to build up work experience for area youth and diversify businesses.

Hi-Fructose Captures The Original Styles And Backgrounds Of Artists At Crocker Musuem  Capital Public Radio News

UPDATE 07/13/17: There will be a Founding Editors In Conversation event Saturday, July 15 at the Crocker Art Museum.

Bob And Molly Ringwald Join Insight For Double Segment  Capital Public Radio News

Singer and Golden Globe-nominated actress Molly Ringwald is coming "home" to Northern California for "An Evening with Molly Ringwald," a show at the new ...

Colfax High's Retirement Send Off For Teacher Is 'Wizard Of Oz' Production  Capital Public Radio News

Colfax High Drama Teacher John Deaderick is on the yellow brick road toward retirement. He's on Insight to talk about the school's final production. He brought ...

California's Chief Justice Comments On Tensions Between Public, Law Enforcement  Capital Public Radio News

The chief justice of the California Supreme Court says she recognizes racial tensions between the public and law enforcement remain high.

Insight: UC Davis Chancellor Gary May Takes Over / Kushman By The Bottle: Not All Malbec Wines Are Created Equal / So Much Light: Damien Verrett Shares Tracks From "Oh, Yuck"  Capital Public Radio News

New UC Davis Chancellor Gary May discusses his plans for the university. Wine expert Rick Kushman explains why all Malbec wines aren't created equal.

The Hunchback Of Notre Dame Makes Debut At Music Circus  Capital Public Radio News

Glenn Casale, director of the Music Circus production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, joins Insight Wednesday to talk about the Northern California premiere ...

Week-Long Mural Festival Comes To Sacramento  Capital Public Radio News

For a little over a week artists from Sacramento and around the world are taking over walls in alleys and on streets and transforming boring concrete structures ...

Refugee Resettlement In Sacramento  Capital Public Radio News

Sacramento is among top U.S. destinations for Middle Eastern refugees, with more expected to come as the fallout of wars in Afghanistan and Iraq –and the ...

From Art Hotel To Art Street, The Evolution Of Sacramento's Culture Scene  Capital Public Radio News

The creative minds behind the Art Hotel in Downtown Sacramento are back with a sequel: Art Street. Members from M5 Arts talk about the process of putting this ...

Sacramento Bee Reporter Jeremy White Ends Three Years Of Political Reporting  Capital Public Radio News

Jeremy White will finish his third year of political reporting for the Sacramento Bee for a foreign correspondent position in Cambodia. He talks about some of his ...

What's The Story Behind The Massive Bee Die-Off In Fresno County?  Capital Public Radio News

A big bee kill just before almond pollination in Fresno County has county ag officials scrambling to find the cause. Beekeepers impacted say this shouldn't have ...

'The Santaland Diaries' Of An Elf At Macy's Comes To Capital Stage  Capital Public Radio News

Capital Stage has a unique take on David Sedaris' comedy writing. Benjamin Ismail stars as a Christmas elf at Macy's in “The Santaland Diaries.” He joins ...

Kevin Johnson: A Retrospective On Eight Years As Sacramento Mayor  Capital Public Radio News

Following a tumultuous 8 years in office, Kevin Johnson stepped down as Sacramento Mayor. Capital Public Radio's Bob Moffit joins the Sacramento News ...

Local Photography Show Christens The New Russ Solomon Gallery At Sacramento City College  Capital Public Radio News

CapRadio's multi-media producer Andrew Nixon, with photographer Kevin Fiscus and photo instructor Randy Allen, join Insight to talk about Sacramento City ...

Stockton Record Columnist Examines Case Against Ex-Mayor Anthony Silva  Capital Public Radio News

Insight gives an update from Stockton on the arrest of former Mayor Anthony Silva, who is facing a slew of charges for taking funds from the Boys and Girls Club ...

The Placer County Wine Comeback  Capital Public Radio News

Wine grapes have been growing in Placer County since James Marshall discovered gold. It wasn't until Prohibition in the 1920's that Placer lost its status as one ...

Insight: State of The City / Kyle Rasmussen / Ask Joey / Sound Advice  Capital Public Radio News

What was on Mayor Kevin Johnson's agenda besides the arena? Analysis of his State of the City address. Twenty years ago, Bear Valley skiier Kyle Rasmussen ...

The Art of Jose Di Gregorio  Capital Public Radio News

Jose Di Gregorio talks with Insight about the upcoming art fair in Miami Beach called Art Basel. He will be traveling to Florida to participate in a group show ...

Sacramento Ballet Dancers Keep Moving With New Performance  Capital Public Radio News

Sacramento Ballet dancers have been furloughed for the remainder of the season and its final performance canceled. But some of the dancers are organizing a ...

Parts Of Merced River Closed For Fishing  Capital Public Radio News

There's no fishing on a stretch of the Merced River. An official from the Department of Fish and Wildlife talks about the closure.

"Swan Lake" Returns To Sacramento Ballet  Capital Public Radio News

Swan Lake hasn't been staged by the Sacramento Ballet for 15 years, but it's coming back March 26 to March 29.

Sea Lions Along California Coast Sickened By Toxic Algae  Capital Public Radio News

We continue to learn more about how blooms of toxic algae along the California coast this year have affected sea lions. Two scientists join Insight to discuss a ...

Sausalito Center Helps Rescue Sick Sea Lion Pups  Capital Public Radio News

Hundreds of sea lion pups have been rescued along the California coast this year. Insight talks with the director of The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito.

Insight: Community Center Theater Renovation / Catch The Dream / Le Kelton / Sound Advice  Capital Public Radio News

Community Center Theater Renovation A community open house is scheduled for Wednesday, April 16 where the city will provide an update on proposed ...

Mountain Lions Visit Georgetown Yard  Capital Public Radio News

A Georgetown homeowner, Tami Sutton, captured a photo of four mountain lions on a home surveillance camera last week. She set up the camera after learning ...

The Many Efforts To Legalize Physician-Assisted Death  Capital Public Radio News

This undated file photo provided by the Maynard family shows Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old terminally ill woman who moved to Oregon and took lethal ...

State Government Reporter Ben Bradford Recaps Gov. Brown's New Budget  Capital Public Radio News

Gov. Jerry Brown announced a $122.2 billion budget for 2017. State government reporter Ben Bradford joins Insight to give a more detailed understanding of ...

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