Family, friends remember Sacramento musician whose body was found Tuesday in river
Update: Police confirm body found in Sacramento River is that of missing musician
A coroners autopsy will determine how Broughty Cole, 28, died. However, Sacramento police spokesman Officer Doug Morse said that so far in the investigation, there is nothing suspicious about the condition of the body.
Broughty Cole is pictured on a poster.
Ask Sacto 911 crime Q&A: Was anyone arrested in 2010 shooting deaths at Wilton barn dance?
In 2010, two high school teens were shot and killed at a barn dance in Wilton by two individuals who were not identified. Did they ever find the shooter or shooters?
Marcos Breton: Sacramento millennials buck the stereotype
In contrast to the reputation of disaffected techno-geeks who rarely look up from their handheld electronic devices, it seems millennials in Sacramento really do care about their community and being connected.
Realignment key issue in Sacramento district attorney’s race
In severe drought plan, California salmon may be moved by truck
On Monday, state and federal wildlife officials announced a plan to move hatchery-raised salmon by truck in the event the states ongoing drought makes the Sacramento River and its tributaries inhospitable for the fish.
Cramer Fish Sciences Fisheries Biologist Bill Beckett, left, California Department of Fish and Wildlife Scientific Aid Shawn Cox, and US Fish and Wildlife Service Hydrologist Craig Anderson test the water velocity and streambed permeability on the American River near River Bend Park in Rancho Cordova on Friday, January 17, 2014. Dams upstream keep gravel from naturally washing downstream, so - as part of a large project - 6,000 tons of gravel were added to the river bed to provide a better habitat for spawning chinook salmon. Recently, low water levels have left some of the salmon nesting areas (called redds) have been left high and dry. Today, biologists surveyed the American River to try to learn how many salmon eggs have been killed by low water levels. They sampled salmon redds (nests) for water quality, and the permeability of the river bed.
Dave Johnson of West Sacramento, accompanied by Karen Laudenschlager, holds his salmon which he caught in the Sacramento River on 2012 opening day of fishing season. Experts on Thursday said the projected salmon run this year should be enough to produce a good fishing season.
Sharon Olson of Roseville holds up her 16-pound salmon which she caught in the Sacramento River south of the American River.
Olson was among the first to catch a salmon early this morning.
Monday, July 16, 2012.
Steven Wood of Folsom fishes for salmon in the American River below Nimbus Dam on Jan. 11. Amid a drought, the California Fish and Game Commission requested that anglers stop fishing in the river until April 30. People wading in rivers can trample nests of eggs needed to sustain threatened fish.
Questions remain as loved ones mourn two Placerville women found dead after house fire
Investigators say it could be days or weeks before they understand exactly what led to the deaths of two women in their Placerville home last week, but they indicated Tuesday that they are not searching for suspects.
Firefighters located two women in the burning house, who were pronounced dead at the scene.
Carolyn Sue Hague