• Luke and Caroline Bryan adopt 18-year-old rescue dog after seeing photos online By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2019

    LUKE AND CAROLINE BRYAN ADOPT 18-YEAR-OLD RESCUE DOG AFTER SEEING PHOTOS ONLINE

    Rescue shelter staff thought 18-year-old Poochie would never have a forever home again.

  • Man who's made crosses after tragedies makes 'toughest' ones in Aurora, his hometown By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2019

    MAN WHO'S MADE CROSSES AFTER TRAGEDIES MAKES 'TOUGHEST' ONES IN AURORA, HIS HOMETOWN

    Aurora resident Greg Zanis' 26,275 crosses have been seen at nearly every national tragedy since Columbine. Now, five more stand in...

  • CHP asks drivers to stay home amid snowstorms By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    CHP ASKS DRIVERS TO STAY HOME AMID SNOWSTORMS

    The California Highway Patrol in Placerville is warning drivers Saturday that Highway 50 is backed up with eight- to 10-hour delays...

  • Chicago police release 2 men questioned in 'Empire' star's attack case By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    CHICAGO POLICE RELEASE 2 MEN QUESTIONED IN 'EMPIRE' STAR'S ATTACK CASE

    Chicago police have released two Nigerian brothers previously arrested on suspicion of assaulting "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett.

  • Traffic moves slow on Hwy. 50 through Sierra By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    TRAFFIC MOVES SLOW ON HWY. 50 THROUGH SIERRA

    Drivers were moving slowly as they traveled up Highway 50 in the Sierra on Friday.

    Travel
  • Traffic is moving again on I-80 in Sierra after closure By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    TRAFFIC IS MOVING AGAIN ON I-80 IN SIERRA AFTER CLOSURE

    Interstate 80 in the Sierra reopened Friday evening after being closed since Thursday night.

  • Attorney: Process behind census question 'rotten' By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    ATTORNEY: PROCESS BEHIND CENSUS QUESTION 'ROTTEN'

    The process behind Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross' decision to ask about people's citizenship status on the 2020 U.S. census was "rotten...

    U.S.
  • Judge bars sanctuary city criteria for law enforcement grants By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    JUDGE BARS SANCTUARY CITY CRITERIA FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT GRANTS

    A federal judge on Friday permanently blocked the Trump administration from imposing conditions that police departments cooperate with...

  • Retired firefighter hires caregiver to help with rare disease By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    RETIRED FIREFIGHTER HIRES CAREGIVER TO HELP WITH RARE DISEASE

    Frank Blaisdell is a retired firefighter who was diagnosed with the chronic autoimmune neuromuscular disease, Myasthenia.

  • Showered with love: 2 women hope to bring showers for Lodi's homeless By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    SHOWERED WITH LOVE: 2 WOMEN HOPE TO BRING SHOWERS FOR LODI'S HOMELESS

    Two San Joaquin County women hope to bring showers to the homeless population in Lodi by having a shower shuttle service.

  • Carjacked UPS driver praised for helping police during chase By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    CARJACKED UPS DRIVER PRAISED FOR HELPING POLICE DURING CHASE

    San Jose's police chief is praising a UPS driver who was taken hostage by two armed carjackers.

  • Marysville PD: Man accused of hate crime after throwing hot coffee at clerk By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    MARYSVILLE PD: MAN ACCUSED OF HATE CRIME AFTER THROWING HOT COFFEE AT CLERK

    A man was arrested on multiple charges, including a hate crime, after throwing hot coffee at a store clerk, Marysville police said...

  • Flooding keeps Highway 20 closed in Colusa County By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    FLOODING KEEPS HIGHWAY 20 CLOSED IN COLUSA COUNTY

    There's no estimate for when it might reopen

  • Hwy. 50 in Sierra reopens after snowslide forces closure By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    HWY. 50 IN SIERRA REOPENS AFTER SNOWSLIDE FORCES CLOSURE

    Highway 50 in the Sierra reopened Friday evening after being closed for more than two hours, officials said.

  • I-80 reopens in Sierra after being closed since Thursday night By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    I-80 REOPENS IN SIERRA AFTER BEING CLOSED SINCE THURSDAY NIGHT

    Interstate 80 in the Sierra reopened Friday evening after being closed since Thursday night.

  • CHP: Snowslide closes Hwy. 50 in Sierra By KCRA   -   Feb 16, 2019

    CHP: SNOWSLIDE CLOSES HWY. 50 IN SIERRA

    A snowslide prompted officials to close Highway 50 in the Sierra Friday afternoon, officials said.

  • PD: Marysville man assaults clerk because he is Muslim By KCRA   -   Feb 15, 2019

    PD: MARYSVILLE MAN ASSAULTS CLERK BECAUSE HE IS MUSLIM

    A man was arrested on multiple charges, including a hate crime, after throwing hot coffee at a store clerk, Marysville police said...

  • Rain and low snow for the weekend By KCRA   -   Feb 15, 2019

    RAIN AND LOW SNOW FOR THE WEEKEND

    Saturday and Sunday will bring on and off showers to the Valley. Heavy snow will continue in the Sierra. Snow levels might be down...

  • Gov. Newsom responds to emergency declaration to fund border wall By KCRA   -   Feb 15, 2019

    GOV. NEWSOM RESPONDS TO EMERGENCY DECLARATION TO FUND BORDER WALL

    Gov. Gavin Newsom responded Friday to President Donald Trump's emergency declaration to fund a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border.

    U.S., Donald Trump
  • Active shooter reported in Illinois By KCRA   -   Feb 15, 2019

    ACTIVE SHOOTER REPORTED IN ILLINOIS

    Police are responding to a reported shooting in Illinois.