• Bed Bath & Beyond closes stores and raises $1 billion to stave off bankruptcy By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    BED BATH & BEYOND CLOSES STORES AND RAISES $1 BILLION TO STAVE OFF BANKRUPTCY

    The company said Tuesday it raised $1 billion through an offering of preferred stock and warrants in a last-ditch effort to stave off...

  • Pedestrian hit, killed by Union Pacific train in Sacramento County By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    PEDESTRIAN HIT, KILLED BY UNION PACIFIC TRAIN IN SACRAMENTO COUNTY

    A pedestrian was struck and killed by a train in North Highlands on Tuesday, Union Pacific Railroad said.

  • More than 20K SMUD customers without power in Sacramento By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    MORE THAN 20K SMUD CUSTOMERS WITHOUT POWER IN SACRAMENTO

    More than 20,000 SMUD customers are without power in Sacramento on Tuesday, according to the utility's outage map.

  • Investigan muerte de menor de 3 años en Sacramento By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    INVESTIGAN MUERTE DE MENOR DE 3 AÑOS EN SACRAMENTO

    Los autoridades se encuentran investigando la muerte de un menor de 3 años el martes en Sacramento.

  • Proyecto de ley de California revocaría la prohibición del 'lowriding' en todo el estado By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    PROYECTO DE LEY DE CALIFORNIA REVOCARÍA LA PROHIBICIÓN DEL 'LOWRIDING' EN TODO EL ESTADO

    El Proyecto de Ley 436 de la Asamblea haría legal el 'lowriding' en ciudades de todo el estado.

  • Cómo hablar con una persona real para ayuda con tu Reembolso Tributario Para La Clase Media By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    CÓMO HABLAR CON UNA PERSONA REAL PARA AYUDA CON TU REEMBOLSO TRIBUTARIO PARA LA CLASE MEDIA

    Sí, es posible hablar con un humano para resolver su problema con el reembolso de impuestos de la Clase Media de California.

  • Lack of health care, work hazards among CA farmworker's health challenges, study shows By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    LACK OF HEALTH CARE, WORK HAZARDS AMONG CA FARMWORKER'S HEALTH CHALLENGES, STUDY SHOWS

    A new study published by UC Merced is looking at discrepancies in care and highlights the health challenges California's farmworkers...

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  • Proposed East Wheatland Expressway could ease congestion by popular pumpkin patch By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    PROPOSED EAST WHEATLAND EXPRESSWAY COULD EASE CONGESTION BY POPULAR PUMPKIN PATCH

    A community meeting is set for Tuesday evening in Wheatland to discuss a proposal aimed at reducing congestion, providing more emergency...

  • Police investigate death of 3-year-old in Sacramento By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    POLICE INVESTIGATE DEATH OF 3-YEAR-OLD IN SACRAMENTO

    Officers are investigating the death of a 3-year-old child on Tuesday in Sacramento.

  • Here's how to speak to a real person on the Middle Class Tax Refund customer support line By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    HERE'S HOW TO SPEAK TO A REAL PERSON ON THE MIDDLE CLASS TAX REFUND CUSTOMER SUPPORT LINE

    Yes, it is possible to speak to a real, live person to sort out your issue with California's Middle Class Tax Refund.

  • Prison for woman who admitted statutory rape of young boys By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    PRISON FOR WOMAN WHO ADMITTED STATUTORY RAPE OF YOUNG BOYS

    A 35-year-old Northern California woman pleaded guilty to the statutory rape of teenage boys and will serve nearly eight years in state...

  • Elk Grove police search for suspect who ran from stolen vehicle By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    ELK GROVE POLICE SEARCH FOR SUSPECT WHO RAN FROM STOLEN VEHICLE

    A heavy police presence has been reported in Elk Grove on Tuesday morning as offices search for a suspect who ran from a stolen vehicle,...

  • Early morning fire heavily damages Sam's Hof Brau restaurant in Sacramento County By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    EARLY MORNING FIRE HEAVILY DAMAGES SAM'S HOF BRAU RESTAURANT IN SACRAMENTO COUNTY

    An early morning fire heavily damaged a popular Sacramento County restaurant Tuesday morning.

  • KCRA Today: Top stories to start your day for Feb. 7 By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    KCRA TODAY: TOP STORIES TO START YOUR DAY FOR FEB. 7

    Here you'll find what you missed overnight, what's happening throughout the day, the forecast and how your commute is shaping up.

  • Increasing clouds today. Subtle changes ahead across Northern California late week By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    INCREASING CLOUDS TODAY. SUBTLE CHANGES AHEAD ACROSS NORTHERN CALIFORNIA LATE WEEK

    Clouds and mild

  • Stockton native Brandon Leake makes a comeback on America's Got Talent All Stars competition By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    STOCKTON NATIVE BRANDON LEAKE MAKES A COMEBACK ON AMERICA'S GOT TALENT ALL STARS COMPETITION

    Stockton native Brandon Leake took his spoken-word form of poetry to make another appearance on America's Got Talent.

  • Hearing on homelessness, housing leaves state lawmakers with more questions than answers By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    HEARING ON HOMELESSNESS, HOUSING LEAVES STATE LAWMAKERS WITH MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS

    California lawmakers on Monday kicked off the first of what's expected to be several oversight hearings this year on the state's growing...

  • California bill would repeal ban on lowriding across state By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    CALIFORNIA BILL WOULD REPEAL BAN ON LOWRIDING ACROSS STATE

    A proposal to appeal a ban on lowrider cruising in California was introduced at the state Capitol on Monday. Assembly Bill 436 would...

  • 'They're feeling so afraid': Sacramento man worried for family in Turkey following earthquake By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    'THEY'RE FEELING SO AFRAID': SACRAMENTO MAN WORRIED FOR FAMILY IN TURKEY FOLLOWING EARTHQUAKE

    A Turkish man who now lives and works in Sacramento said he is worried about his family in Turkey, following a devastating earthquake...

  • Stockton residents call for more police patrols, security after recent homicides By KCRA   -   Feb 8, 2023

    STOCKTON RESIDENTS CALL FOR MORE POLICE PATROLS, SECURITY AFTER RECENT HOMICIDES

    Stockton residents on the edge, call for more security in wake of recent shootings