News Picks

Editorial picks featuring general news of interest to the broad community: state, politics, breaking news, crime, accidents, etc.

Tahoe Truckee Outdoor
2 dead in Lake Tahoe boating accident

2 dead in Lake Tahoe boating accident

19 foot Glastron boat.A couple was killed when their boat crashed into a pier near Meeks Bay early Sunday morning. North Tahoe Fire and El Dorado County Sheriff Department received the report of a boat crash at 1:40am.There were people sleeping on the...

Tags: |

Sacramento Magazine
Beer Me, The Dollar Wise Gourmet

The best lately.

HealthyCal.org
Many Young Men Now Have Insurance, But Will They See a Doctor?

Aug 4, 2014

By Amy DePaul

Twenty-one-year-old Albert is a self-described transient who picks up odd jobs whenever possible. On this day in mid-July, he’s waiting to be picked up for day labor in Santa Ana.

Albert has a black spot on his foot that he knows could signal diabetes, an illness that runs in his family and forced...

Tags: | |

HealthyCal.org
Covered Ca sees 4.2% average rate hike in 2015

Aug 4, 2014

By Daniel Weintraub

In the first full year under the federal Affordable Care Act, California led the nation – embracing the new law eagerly, implementing it quickly, and providing relatively robust choice with low premiums through a web site that, most of the time, actually worked.

There was nothing in Thursday’s announcement about the early...

Tags: | |

HealthyCal.org
Aging’s Staunch Ally in The City of Angels

Aug 4, 2014

By Matt Perry Inside a bureaucratic jungle, Laura Trejo always finds room to roar. When Trejo sat in the midst of a panel of experts during the recent launch of a new state senate committee on aging, she spoke plainly yet firmly. During her 10-minute lecture, simmering tension escalated into barely controlled fury.

The post...

Tags: | | |

HealthyCal.org
California Health Report TV – episode 1

Aug 4, 2014

In this inaugural episode we bring you stories from around the state of people who are improving their own health and the health of their communities.

The implementation of the Affordable Care Act is dramatically changing our healthcare system. But research shows that where you live is more closely connected to your health than doctors...

Tags: | |

FOX40
Teen Jogger Assaulted, Suspect on the Loose

Aug 3, 2014
Teen Jogger Assaulted, Suspect on the Loose

CORDELIA—

Fairfield Police are looking for a man who assaulted a 16-year-old jogger on a trail in Cordelia.

The girl was running on the American Canyon Green Trail near Oakbrook Drive in Cordeila when the man approached her from behind …


FOX40
Flash Flood Warning After Cracks Found in Dam

Aug 3, 2014
Flash Flood Warning After Cracks Found in Dam

BreakingNewsTWAIN HARTE-

A flash flood warning has been issued because of the possibility of a dam failure in Tuolumne County. The warning is in effect until almost 11 p.m. Sunday night.

Sunday morning, the operator of the Twain Harte Dam …


FOX40
Locals Revved Up for Modesto Grand Prix

Aug 2, 2014
Locals Revved Up for Modesto Grand Prix

MODESTO-

Downtown Modesto was transformed into a Go Kart speedway this weekend.

The first racers of the inaugural Modesto Grand Prix took to the starting line Saturday morning.

More than 400 racers of all ages from 28 countries showed off …


Downtown Plaza demolition for new Sacramento arena begins Friday; crew will wear purple hard hats

-
Jul 31, 2014
Downtown Plaza demolition for new Sacramento arena begins Friday; crew will wear purple hard hats

A collection of posts about the Sacramento Kings proposed downtown arena.

Stay connected to Sacramento Connect

Follow Sacramento Connect on Twitter  Find Sacramento Connect on Facebook  Sign up for the Sacramento Connect Newsletter

Advertisement

Categories

Advertisement



Newest Partners