KCRA 3 Weather meteorologist Dirk Verdoorn looks at the impact the monsoon will have on the Sierra and how long the heat will last in the Valley.
Questioning will take place behind closed doors Wednesday because the special grand jury proceedings are secret.
American Airlines has agreed to buy up to 20 Overture supersonic jets made by Boom in North Carolina.
A 12-year-old ready to play in the Little League World Series suffered a severe head injury when he fell off the top bunk of a bed early Monday morning.
The summer shakedown is underway in orchards all over Central California. Almonds, the Valley’s most valuable crop, are now in season.
A suspect has been hospitalized after being shot by Tulare police near I St. and E. Tulare Ave on Tuesday afternoon.
In 2010, the Clovis community mourned alongside the Piercy family after Army Staff Sgt. Brian Piercy was killed in the Afghanistan war. Now, Brian’s twin brother, Eric, has been paralyzed in a pool accident.
Construction Underway on Stanislaus State’s New Child Development Center
Adam and Kevin Bradley have become well-known in Hughson and the surrounding areas for their success with the barbecue restaurant Slick Fork.
If you needed another reason to not touch a dead bird, then the Stanislaus County Health Services Agency has one for you.
As stadiums will soon be filled with Friday night lights and prep football action, parents and fans will be paying a little more to enjoy the game.
Over the last four years, our community has faced many issues: our budget crisis, water quality concerns, dilapidated roads, hostile workplace lawsuits, a global pandemic, and our growing homeless and housing-insecure population.
SALINAS – Jurors in the Kristin Smart murder trial heard more from human remains detection dog handlers Tuesday, the last day of testimony before a five-day scheduled break in the trial. Adella Morris and Wayne Bahrons’, human remains detection dog handlers who assisted law enforcement in a search of Paul Flores’ Cal Poly dorm in June 1996, took the stand on Tuesday, both as expert witnesses. Morris began where she left off Monday, taking questions as part of cross-examination by Paul Flores’ attorney, Robert Sanger, and questions submitted by jurors. One of the questions focused on the specificity of the trained dog’s detection skills. The question centered on there being many rooms in the dorms, so “isn’t it inevitable that someone had a cut finger or something in one of the rooms? Why didn’t the dogs alert to any of the rooms.” Morris answered this inquiry by saying that she did not know what happened in all of the dorm rooms. In later questioning, Adella reassured the court that her dog, Cholla, who identified the target scent of human remains in Paul’s dorm room, was “very clear” about the
The Haggin Oaks Golf Complex sits next to a large homeless encampment, and representatives say that members have been robbed in the past.
Unlike last summer, homes in Sacramento are selling for 2% under the asking price in 2022.
A Sacramento State student assisted 10 servicemen by treating them after they were hit by a lightning strike.
“We’ve been recognized in a lot of different ways. We appreciate it, but I feel we just did the right thing.”
Check out this happy reunion as Gary the golden doodle welcomes home his dad from a 7-month deployment!
The prototype fabric that came out of the research is set to generate 2.34 watts of electricity per square meter.
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney was ousted from her House seat by Trump-backed Harriet Hageman and voting is still wrapping up in Alaska. Here are six takeaways from Tuesday’s contests.
Fairfield’s police chief announced Tuesday that she plans to retire by the end of the year, citing her being diagnosed with cancer.