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Arden mall shuts down early due to fights


SACRAMENTO - The day after Christmas is the second busiest shopping day of the year. But, Arden Fair Mall shut down early when fights broke out Friday evening.

Two fights broke out within two hours of each other. The first one happened in the food court around 4 p.m. and expanded, Mall Security Director Steve Reed said. The second fight broke out around 6 p.m.

Fortunately, there was a large amount of law enforcement at the mall because it was the day after Christmas.

Mall security and police had to break up the fight that involved 20 or more people.

"We kind of funneled them downstairs. More fights broke out," Reed said. "We hope to be proactive; so, we just shut down the mall. In the meantime, a planter box fell down which someone determined to be shots fired. We had to quell that type of thing.

Kaiser Permanente hospitals in Sacramento and Roseville earn prestigious cancer care accreditation

Kaiser Permanente hospitals in Sacramento and Roseville earn prestigious cancer care accreditation

The Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons has granted Three-Year Accreditation with commendation to the cancer programs at the Kaiser Permanente hospitals in Sacramento and Roseville.

The medical centers have been designated as Comprehensive Community Cancer Programs by The Commission on Cancer (CoC).

To earn voluntary (CoC) accreditation, a cancer program must meet or exceed 34 CoC quality care standards, be evaluated every three years through a survey process, and maintain levels of excellence in the delivery of comprehensive patient-centered care. Three-Year Accreditation with commendation is only awarded to a facility that exceeds standard requirements at the time of its triennial survey. 

Central Valley commute patterns signal regional shift

Central Valley commute patterns signal regional shift

STOCKTON — Over the past 35 years, the northern San Joaquin Valley, including San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Merced counties, has become increasingly tied to the economy of Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area. Nowhere is that more obvious than in the explosive growth in the numbers of Central Valley workers who commute north and west every day... Read More

Death penalty sought against suspect in deputy killings


Prosecutors from the Placer County and Sacramento County District Attorney Offices said they planned to seek the death penalty against accused deputy killer Luis Enrique Monroy Bracamontes -- charged in gunning down two sheriff's officers and wounding two others in October.

The announcement came in a brief from Sacramento's District Attorney's office. Bracamontes is expected to be back in court Feb. 4, 2014 at 8:30 a.m.

ACE train schedule changes for holidays

ACE train schedule changes for holidays

The Altamont Corridor Express is modifying its train schedule for the holidays... Read More

New regulations to ridesharing services introduced

New regulations to ridesharing services introduced


There was talks of adding new regulations to ridesharing services including Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar.Taxi cab drivers, who feel those services create an unfair market, called on state lawmakers to do something to help their cause.

Assemblyman Adrin Nazarian introduced legislation this week that will address that. The exact details of his bill won't be released until the early part of the new year, but Nazarian's chief of staff told the Sacramento Business Journal that the legislation will add new regulations.

Free parking areas in Sacramento and Davis

Free parking areas in Sacramento and Davis

Continuing an annual holiday tradition, the City of Sacramento will again make parking on street, metered parking free through Dec. 25 on evenings and weekends in the Downtown, Midtown and Old Sac neighborhoods... Read More