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When the woman made a promise to herself to skydive when she turned 85, she didn't know the jump would help her make history.
The Stanislaus Animal Services is offering free adoptions on 50 of it’s longest staying dogs.
The Public Policy Institute of California released results of a new study on how California’s feel about their government.
Big Oak Flat Road, which continues Highway 120 from the west leading into Yosemite National Park, reopened Friday.
Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, who is running for president, touched on a number of topics recently in a "Conversation with the Candidate" town hall event with New Hampshire voters.
A man with a history of DUIs convicted of driving onto a bike path and then fatally hitting a 76-year-old bicyclist while intoxicated has been sentenced to 16 years to life.
School officials in Sacramento celebrated the start of a new campus for Nicholas Elementary on Friday.
“Sports is simply life with the volume turned up,” said Barry Mano, founder of the National Association of Sports Officials. “We’ve become louder and brasher."
From Sac Pride to a Croatian Extravaganza and Modesto’s American Graffiti Festival, there’s a lot happening this weekend in Northern California.
Images show the stark contrast between 2023 and 2021, when water levels reached their lowest point in the state's 3-year drought.
Thunderstorms could impact some foothill locations too.
Research continues to prove that summer reading helps kids avoid the brain drain that often occurs during summer break.
KCRA 3 is celebrating the Class of 2023 and we want to give this year's graduates the recognition they deserve.
Some taxpayers are receiving notices that their taxes are due this month, KCRA 3 News has learned, despite the tax extension for most Californians because of the severe weather emergencies back in January.
Former President Donald Trump is facing 37 felony charges related to the mishandling of classified documents.
Lanes have since reopened.
The Holo Holo Music Festival previously was planned for Old Sacramento.
The Florida woman who shot her neighbor during an ongoing dispute was granted bond Friday morning.
A woman died after being struck by a vehicle while walking across Highway 99 in Sacramento on Wednesday night, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The Stanislaus County Library library will hold a rainbow story time at the Salida Library on Thursday, June 15, to celebrate Pride Month.
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