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Person killed in Arden-Arcade drive-by shooting


A person was killed in a drive-by shooting Tuesday night in the Arden Arcade area, near an In-N-Out restaurant parking lot.

California Highway Patrol Officer Chad Hertzel said the victim was shot while driving and then crashed into bushes near Howe Avenue and Alta Arden Expressway around 9 p.m. No other information about the victim was available.

The shooter drove away in a 1990s gray Chevrolet Tahoe SUV. Hertzel said no other information about the shooter was available.

The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department is investigating the homicide, while CHP investigates the crash.


Sheriff: Arden Arcade man with dementia missing


A man diagnosed with dementia has been missing since Monday morning and the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department hope anyone who sees Richard Sneed will call in with that information.

Sneed, 61, was last seen near the 2500 block of Northrop Avenue at about 11 a.m. Monday, the sheriff's office reported. He becomes easily confused and is believed to not have medication he takes with him.

Sneed was described as black, 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighing 140 pounds. He has gray hair worn short and brown eyes.

Anyone with any information on the whereabouts of Sneed was urged to contact the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department at (916) 874-5115.


Fans head to Levi's Stadium on the train

Fans head to Levi's Stadium on the train


With the San Francisco 49ers' first game at their new Levi's Stadium set for Sunday, some in the Central Valley are seeing the Capitol Corridor Amtrak train as the best way to get there, while saving both time and money.

"I cannot wait. I cannot wait. I mean, the first train - I will probably be on it because I want to go to the 49er game. I do not like the drive," said Carrie Croteau, as she stood in line at the Sacramento Amtrak station ticket window.

Several Sunday trains can get you Levi's Stadium in time for 49ers games for $55.50 round trip, that includes a 25 percent discount Amtrak is providing through April 2015. The trip should take about 2 hours and 40 minutes, according to Amtrak.

The trains drop passengers within a short five minute walk of the stadium, eliminating the need to pay for parking.

Noted California zoo director dies while on a trip

Noted California zoo director dies while on a trip


SACRAMENTO (AP) - Officials say the executive director of a zoo in Northern California has died unexpectedly during a trip overseas.

Mary Healy, the executive director and chief executive officer of the Sacramento Zoo, died Thursday while traveling to the Galapagos Islands.

Zoo spokeswoman Tonja Candelaria said Saturday the 61-year-old Healy had left a port in Ecuador by ship when she suffered a cerebral aneurysm and was declared brain dead.

Candelaria says Healy was headed to the Galapagos Islands on business and vacation to see animals in the wild and their habitats. Healy's husband was traveling with her.

The widely respected Healy, who had been the Sacramento Zoo's director for nearly 15 years, also worked at zoos in Texas and South Carolina and at a Disney animal park in Florida.

Classic cars cruise streets of Sacramento

Classic cars cruise streets of Sacramento


Hundreds of classic cars will be cruising down Sacramento streets Saturday afternoon during this year's California Automobile Museum Car Cruise.

The route starts at Sacramento State University at 4 p.m. as cars drive down Fair Oaks Boulevard and Fulton Avenue.

The event ends with a huge car show between El Camino and Marconi Avenue and will feature a beer garden, food trucks and a music festival.

People can register their classic ride at Sac State starting at 1 p.m. The on-site fee is $50.

You can find all the information about the California Automobile Museum Car Cruise at http://bit.ly/1shkv7P


Sacramento shop makes the ultimate sweet treat: Ice-cream filled donuts


SACRAMENTO - At least two local bakeries are putting their own culinary twist on the doughnut, and the result could topple the Cronut in popularity.

Meet the ice cream puff: an ice-cream filling inside a hot, squishy, doughnut.

Among the local establishments selling the confection is The Parlor Ice Cream Puffs in Arden-Arcade.

"My brother and I, we're both really big foodies so this is really just a combination of our crazy imaginations and every food adventure we've ever had," Parlor co-owner Lani Tran said. "We've made it into this thing."

But how do ice cream and fillings get inside a doughnut? Tran is keeping that process a secret.

"We take it to the back, do a little bit of magic, reseal it and that's what you have," she said.

Email chain shows homeowners pressured city staff to block Sacramento River access

Email chain shows homeowners pressured city staff to block Sacramento River access


SACRAMENTO - Homeowners on two riverfront cul-de-sacs pressured city staff to block public access from their neighborhood to the Sacramento River for at least five years before the residents erected fences on their own.

That information is contained in scores of email exchanges dating back a decade provided by the city of Sacramento in response to a Public Records Act request from News10.


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