Judge won't toss suit by strawberry industry against UC Davis over plant research
A judge has declined to toss out a lawsuit by the strawberry industry accusing UC Davis of walking away from a critically-needed plant-breeding program thats created new varieties of the fruit for decades.
Mary Delany, associate dean in UC Davis College of Ag, right and Garry Pearson, Principal Superintendent of Agriculture look at one of the 1500 strawberry cultivar mothers from the 1930's-today that are grown at UC Davis Monday August 4, 2014 in Davis, Cailf.
‘Roaming rapist’ trial gets underway in Sacramento
The trial of a man accused of being the “Roaming Rapist,” who attacked 10 women from 1998 to 2003, opened Wednesday in Sacramento Superior Court.
Dereck Jermaine Sanders
Cameron Park man flashed anger prior to killing wife, victim’s brother says
Years before Rachel Winkler was fatally stabbed with scissors in her Cameron Park home, husband Todd Winkler violently flashed his anger by throttling her by the neck while at a bar in San Diego, Rachel Winkler’s younger brother testified Wednesday.
An El Dorado County murder trial was abruptly interrupted Tuesday morning when the defendant, Todd Winkler, left, erupted, screaming at the deputy district attorney Lisette Suder during her opening statements on Tuesday September 23, 2014 in Placerville.
Subject of Sacramento police chase and barricade identified
Sacramento police have identified the parolee who holed up in his apartment with his children while officers tried to negotiate his surrender.
Deon E. Hampton
Parents fight gun club across from Rancho Cordova Waldorf-inspired school
The $6 million Sacramento Gun Club with an indoor shooting range, VIP lounge, coffee bar and retail sales in Rancho Cordova is about two months from its grand opening.
TBD Festival partners aim to build community
Michael Lyon arrested on drug, violating probation charges
Michael Lyon, the disgraced former head of Lyon Real Estate, was arrested Wednesday on felony drug possession and eavesdropping charges, according to online booking records from the Sacramento County jail.
Michael Lyon, the disgraced former head of Lyon Real Estate, was arrested Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, on felony drug possession and eavesdropping charges, according to online booking records from the Sacramento County jail.