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The Fourth of July is just around the corner. If you haven't made your plans for Independence Day yet, don't worry. We've got you covered. Here is your guide for events that will be happening in the area.

Fans welcome Robinson as their newest King

SACRAMENTO, CA - Thomas Robinson was given his first taste of what it's like to be a member of the Kings in Sacramento.

Hundreds of Kings fans gave Robinson a hero's welcome at Arden Fair Mall on Saturday afternoon.

Earlier in the day during his welcoming press conference, Robinson compared Kings fans to the passionate Jayhawks fans at Kansas where he played for three seasons.

Known as a ferocious rebounder at Kansas, Robinson believes he will be the perfect on-court compliment to Kings center DeMarcus Cousins.

The 21-year-old power forward's journey to Sacramento took a lot longer than expected. His flight was delayed leaving from New York on Friday morning, before ending up in Long Beach. After a drive to Santa Ana, Robinson caught a flight and landed in the capital city just before 11:00 p.m. on Friday night.

Kings pick Thomas Robinson from Kansas as No. 5 pick

NEWARK, NJ - The Sacramento Kings selected Thomas Robinson from Kansas, a 6-foot 9-inch, 244-pound power forward with the No. 5 pick in the NBA Draft Thursday afternoon.

Robinson was considered perhaps the most NBA-ready player in the draft and the Kings need plenty of immediate help after missing the playoffs for a sixth straight season.

Robinson left Kansas after leading the Jayhawks to the national title game his junior season. He was the first unanimous AP All-American since 2009 and won the Big 12 player of the year award as well.

Robinson averaged 17.7 points and was second in the nation with 11.9 rebounds per game and is a strong defensive presence at power forward.

With the Kings only other pick, the 36th overall, they selected Orlando Johnson, but he was then shipped to the Indiana Pacers for cash considerations. Johnson is a guard from U.C. Santa Barbara.

Sacramento Area Feed My Starving Children MobilePack Moving to William Jessup University for 2012

Sacramento Area Feed My Starving Children MobilePack Moving to William Jessup University for 2012

Event to Pack 500,000 Meals for Malnourished Children

Will Be Held at Nov. 13-17 in Rocklin

ROCKLIN – Organizers of the 3rd annual Sacramento area Feed My Starving Children MobilePack™ announced today that the event this year will be held at William Jessup University in Rocklin, with a goal to pack more than 500,000 meals for malnourished children around the world.

The event, hosted in 2010 and 2011 at Valley Springs Presbyterian Church in Roseville, will be held from Nov. 13 to Nov. 17.

“We are excited to partner with William Jessup University, where we will have the opportunity to grow this event and engage more community partners,” said Kris Glass, Event Coordinator.

Exclusive video: Sheriff K-9 apprehends suspect

SACRAMENTO, CA - Sacramento sheriffs underwent a search for a burglary suspect in the area just east of Cal Expo Tuesday morning.

According to deputies, the suspect was approached and initially tried to flee the area. 

After setting up a perimeter between Ethan and Howe Avenue, the suspect was located in a business park and taken down by a K-9 unit.

The suspect was then taken into custody and an investigation is underway.

Car fire at Pepperwood Knoll destroys condo unit

SACRAMENTO - Firefighters battled a fire at a Sacramento condominium complex early Monday morning.

It happened at the Pepperwood Knoll condos in Sacramento.

Firefighters say the fire started in a car parked in the building's garage.  They aren't sure why the car caught fire, but the flames spread from the car to the condo unit located above the garage.

About a dozen people were evacuated.

Firefighters had the fire out by 5 a.m.  They are allowing residents to return to the building.

Only the unit above the garage was destroyed by the flames.

Justices set to decide constitutionality of healthcare reform

SACRAMENTO - Supreme Court Justices set to make a major decision that could impact healthcare for millions of Americans.

U.S. Supreme Court is set to rule as early as Monday on the 2010 health care reform bill.

The nine Justices could make a number of decisions. They could repeal part of  President Obama's healthcare plan. They could also repeal the entire healthcare reform bill. Whatever  their decision, the impact is huge. It affects  millions of Americans.

Just say the words health insurance, and you hear stories like this one. " I am on my parents health insurance which is through their work, then on December 26th when I turn 26 years old then I won't have insurance anymore through them," said Elyse Fulton.