• Over a million Girl Scout cookies arrive in West Sacramento By KCRA   -   Feb 18, 2018

    OVER A MILLION GIRL SCOUT COOKIES ARRIVE IN WEST SACRAMENTO

    The popular cookies distributed to area troops at Raley Field

  • Months-long construction on R Street impacting businesses By KCRA   -   Feb 18, 2018

    MONTHS-LONG CONSTRUCTION ON R STREET IMPACTING BUSINESSES

    New phase of construction closes down R Street parking garage

  • Hundreds of Sacramento kids see ‘Black Panther' for free By KCRA   -   Feb 18, 2018

    HUNDREDS OF SACRAMENTO KIDS SEE ‘BLACK PANTHER' FOR FREE

    Around 200 children from the Sacramento area watched “Black Panther” for free Saturday in Natomas.

  • Colder changes bringing wind ans Sierra snow By KCRA   -   Feb 18, 2018

    COLDER CHANGES BRINGING WIND ANS SIERRA SNOW

    KCRA 3 Weather meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn Tracks the timing for the coldest temperatures and the Sierra snow.

  • Yelp 3 Spot: Best upscale eats in NorCal By KCRA   -   Feb 18, 2018

    YELP 3 SPOT: BEST UPSCALE EATS IN NORCAL

    Looking for a night out to remember at an upscale eatery? Check out these 5 suggestions from Yelp Sacramento:

  • Lincoln police make arrest after man caught on security camera, police say By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    LINCOLN POLICE MAKE ARREST AFTER MAN CAUGHT ON SECURITY CAMERA, POLICE SAY

    A woman's home security camera helped alert police to the man.

  • Hundreds of Girl Scouts pick up cookies at Raley Field By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    HUNDREDS OF GIRL SCOUTS PICK UP COOKIES AT RALEY FIELD

    Hundreds of Girl Scouts in the Sacramento area retrieve cookies to begin selling them.

  • Why this Modesto teen's day as a police officer was ‘epic' By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    WHY THIS MODESTO TEEN'S DAY AS A POLICE OFFICER WAS ‘EPIC'

    A Modesto high school student recently diagnosed with cancer was made a police officer for the day.

  • Temporary road closure in Elk Grove at busy intersection By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE IN ELK GROVE AT BUSY INTERSECTION

    Construction at the intersection of Bradshaw and Sheldon road could affect your weekend travel plans.

    Travel
  • Disney says 'Black Panther' is raking it in By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    DISNEY SAYS 'BLACK PANTHER' IS RAKING IT IN

    The Walt Disney Co. estimated Saturday the Marvel Comics superhero movie earned $75.8 million domestically for its opening Friday,...

    Industry
  • Deirdre's Diary: Adam Rippon is 'winning' the Olympics By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    DEIRDRE'S DIARY: ADAM RIPPON IS 'WINNING' THE OLYMPICS

    Adam Rippon is winning the Olympics... I'm calling it now.

    Olympics
  • Sen. Dianne Feinstein announces bill to raise age minimum to buy rifle to 21 By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    SEN. DIANNE FEINSTEIN ANNOUNCES BILL TO RAISE AGE MINIMUM TO BUY RIFLE TO 21

    Two days after an AR-15 rifle was used to kill 17 people and wound 15 more at a high school in Parkland, Fla., Sen. Dianne Feinstein...

  • State investigated after Flordia school shooting suspect cut himself By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    STATE INVESTIGATED AFTER FLORDIA SCHOOL SHOOTING SUSPECT CUT HIMSELF

    According to a report, Nikolas Cruz posted a video on Snapchat showing him cutting his arms in 2016.

  • Security camera tip leads to arrest in Lincoln neighborhood By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    SECURITY CAMERA TIP LEADS TO ARREST IN LINCOLN NEIGHBORHOOD

    A woman's home security camera helped alert police to the man

  • Senator calls for $1B for development toward universal flu vaccine By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    SENATOR CALLS FOR $1B FOR DEVELOPMENT TOWARD UNIVERSAL FLU VACCINE

    Sen. Richard Blumenthal says the amount awarded to researchers in 2017 was "a pittance" compared to what's needed.

  • Facebook forges ahead with kids app despite expert criticism By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    FACEBOOK FORGES AHEAD WITH KIDS APP DESPITE EXPERT CRITICISM

    A report this week pointed out that more than half of a safety advisory board that developed the app had financial ties to Facebook.

  • 2018 Winter Olympics: What happened while you were sleeping By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    2018 WINTER OLYMPICS: WHAT HAPPENED WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING

    These are the highlights as events continue in PyeongChang.

    Olympics
  • 'Is this a kind of mistake?' Snowboarder Ester Ledecka wins Alpine gold By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    'IS THIS A KIND OF MISTAKE?' SNOWBOARDER ESTER LEDECKA WINS ALPINE GOLD

    A part-time ski racer, part-time snowboarder stunned the field to win a gold medal in the women's Olympic super-G by 0.01 seconds.

    Olympics
  • Police release sketch of man accused of killing retired CHP sergeant By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    POLICE RELEASE SKETCH OF MAN ACCUSED OF KILLING RETIRED CHP SERGEANT

    The son of a retired California Highway Patrol officer who died trying to break up a robbery is making a public plea one year later...

  • Daffodil Hill may reopen early due to dry weather By KCRA   -   Feb 17, 2018

    DAFFODIL HILL MAY REOPEN EARLY DUE TO DRY WEATHER

    A drier season might lead to the early opening of Daffodil Hill for its 77th season.