Sacramento Evening Weather: Dec. 05, 2021
Updated: 5:23 PM PST December 5, 2021
ABC10 obtained 1,500 pieces of photo and video evidence used to convict PG&E of 85 felonies in the Camp Fire, but thousands of pages remain sealed by court order.
Updated: 4:35 PM PST November 9, 2021
His family says he was shot while sitting in his car after someone tried to steal his wallet.
Published: 6:23 PM PST December 5, 2021
Published: 5:23 PM PST December 5, 2021
The loss of Ahmad Yusufi is difficult not only for his wife Kamala, but for their three kids as well.
Published: 5:14 PM PST December 5, 2021
The Tulare County Sheriff’s Office has not confirmed the name of the pilot or the three other people who died in the crash.
Published: 5:05 PM PST December 5, 2021
CalMatters reporter and political expert Emily Hoeven talks about U.S. travel restrictions in response to the omicron variant and more.
Published: 11:43 AM PST December 5, 2021
Nadia Banteka, an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law explains how rare it is for parents to be charged in shootings.
Published: 5:55 PM PST December 3, 2021
Local overnight weather: December 4, 2021
Published: 11:25 PM PST December 4, 2021
From a Facebook post on Saturday, police said an event organizer was arrested for active warrants related to organizing a previous sideshow.
Published: 11:22 PM PST December 4, 2021
Dry forecast for rest of week with occasional patchy morning fog. Tracking possible showers next week.
Published: 12:43 PM PST December 4, 2021
"African American travelers in areas outside the South, including California, needed the Green Book’s guidance," said Amanda Meeker with the California Museum.
Published: 10:37 AM PST December 4, 2021
Tyler Tremain rallied his Folsom Bulldogs to a 28-27 victory over the De la Salle Spartans on Friday night, advancing to the CIF D1-AA State Championship next Friday
Published: 2:36 AM PST December 4, 2021
Described by private investigators as the key issue they examined for the report, Officer Jarrett Tonn was found to have used unnecessary force in the confrontation.
Published: 11:35 PM PST December 3, 2021
"I had multiple encounters with them directly, that they threatened my life and said they'd kill me."
Published: 5:07 PM PST November 23, 2021
The world watched in horror as thousands crowded the Kabul airport as the Taliban took Afghanistan. Among them was a family that arrived days later in Sacramento
Published: 4:30 PM PST November 22, 2021
Published: 4:35 PM PST November 9, 2021
Documents reveal how Gov. Gavin Newsom protected PG&E after power company caused deadly fires and pleaded guilty to the felony killing of 84 people.
Published: 6:07 PM PDT August 10, 2021
ABC10 investigation: Gov. Newsom brokered a bankruptcy plan that prioritized PG&E, French Laundry friend’s clients over PG&E fire victims.
Published: 6:13 PM PDT August 11, 2021
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office exerted direct control over the California Public Utilities Commission, the state agency that is supposed to independently regulate PG&E.
Published: 7:22 PM PDT August 12, 2021
Documents show Gov. Newsom over-extended his reach over utility regulators.
Published: 7:00 PM PDT August 5, 2021
The state agency that regulates PG&E wants to keep its communication with the Governor’s office a secret. ABC10 is suing after the CPUC refused to share records.
Published: 7:28 PM PDT July 28, 2021
ABC10’s investigation found California politicians kept taking money from PG&E after the company pleaded guilty to 84 felony manslaughters.
Published: 4:43 PM PDT April 26, 2021
ABC10 Investigation: Evidence used to convict PG&E of the 2018 Camp Fire shows the company knew old parts needed replacing, but tried to show they could last longer.
Published: 9:33 AM PST February 17, 2021
PG&E pleaded guilty to the felony killing of 84 people and negotiated down the amount it paid to victims, but kept on donating to California political campaigns.
Published: 1:41 AM PST March 3, 2021
An ABC10 investigation reveals how PG&E made shutoff decisions to prevent wind-sparked wildfires without good wind data.
Published: 11:26 PM PST February 2, 2021
There has been an increase in demand this year as well as fewer Santas available – both due in part to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Published: 2:03 PM PST December 3, 2021
The historical photo was taken in 1928 from Svalbard, between Norway and the North Pole. The newer photo was taken in 2002.
Published: 2:14 PM PST December 2, 2021
Some health officials suggest hunters wear a mask while handling and cleaning deer carcasses.
Published: 1:14 PM PST December 1, 2021
Rumors began trending that Biden would nominate Harris to the Supreme Court after CNN published a report about tension in the White House.
Published: 9:50 AM PST December 1, 2021
You should not wait to get a COVID-19 vaccine booster. Health organizations and doctors say you should get your booster shot as soon as you’re eligible.
Published: 3:29 PM PST November 30, 2021
One expert told VERIFY that an appeal by the prosecution “would be flagrantly unconstitutional double jeopardy.”
Published: 3:11 PM PST November 23, 2021
Headlines claiming those prices have “nearly doubled” nationwide aren’t accurate.
Published: 1:41 PM PST November 23, 2021
Road delays are at their worst across major metros the day before Thanksgiving, but the Sunday after is when airports are busiest.
Published: 11:33 AM PST November 23, 2021
An old chain message telling users to repost it to legally protect their data from Facebook has resurfaced. It has never changed how Facebook handles user data.
Published: 12:09 PM PST November 22, 2021
The House of Representatives voted 223-207 to censure Rep. Paul Gosar for posting a graphic video to social media.
Published: 12:46 PM PST November 18, 2021
Adopting an animal during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic was very popular as stay-at-home orders left people feeling isolated.
Published: 10:31 AM PST November 18, 2021
The account behind an Instagram sticker campaign with over 4 million shares confirmed it could not meet its promise to plant a tree for every pet picture shared.
Published: 11:59 AM PST November 17, 2021
The city's Economic Development Manager says the program is made up of more than 5,000 courses to get people back to work.
Published: 1:21 PM PST December 3, 2021
About 98% of unhoused residents in the professor's study say they've lived in Sacramento their whole life. He went about the study after HUD delayed its own report.
Published: 6:47 AM PST December 3, 2021
While local health officials are saying the omicron variant shouldn't be a cause for concern, uncertainty around its emergence hit the stock market hardest so far.
Published: 7:41 AM PST December 2, 2021
With many people doing their holiday shopping online, our Dollars and Sense team break down how to protect yourself from scammers and hackers.
Published: 7:10 AM PST November 29, 2021
It might take more than 20 weeks from the time you file an appeal, but to actually receive your money if you win the appeal could take much longer.
Published: 6:20 PM PST November 26, 2021
About 41% of Black-owned businesses in the U.S. closed for good between February and April of 2020, so Shop Black Friday Sacramento is hosting another showcasing.
Published: 6:09 PM PST November 26, 2021
Small business owners running stores and boutiques at Roseville's Westfield Galleria say being able to reopen after 2020 has been a blessing.
Published: 5:34 PM PST November 26, 2021
After a group of masked would-be thieves tried breaking into a jewelry store in the mall, police in Roseville say they're ramping up patrol as Black Friday rolls in.
Published: 5:40 PM PST November 25, 2021
The Sacramento Bee reports more than one million state residents who received unemployment benefits during the pandemic are being asked to prove past employment.
Published: 6:54 AM PST November 24, 2021
The would-be thieves ran inside the Roseville mall, but were unsuccessful in attempting to enter the closed jewelry store and ran away empty handed.
Published: 6:45 AM PST November 24, 2021
When advocates for unhoused residents in Stockton living under the I-5 be found out the reason behind the coming eviction, they planned to protest the decision.
Published: 7:38 AM PST November 23, 2021
Second Harvest of the Greater Valley food bank development director Jessica Vaughan said they're seeing changes in both the cost and availability of food.
Published: 6:50 AM PST November 23, 2021
In 1991, a Sacramento family was brutally murdered in their Land Park home. No arrests ever were made, but police say the cold case is heating up.
Published: 11:03 AM PDT October 4, 2021
Paul John Knowles is the “Casanova Killer.” His devilish smirk, charming demeanor and flowing whiskey-colored hair helped mask his deadly secret.
Published: 12:12 PM PST February 2, 2021
Brittany Zamora was arrested for allegedly having sexual contact with her 13-year-old student.
Published: 2:17 PM PST January 25, 2021
Years after Adrienne Salinas's body was found, her murder remains unsolved.
Published: 8:32 AM PST January 15, 2021
It's proclaimed “The Most Beautiful Small Town in America.” But just under the surface, there’s something darker in Bardstown, Kentucky.
Published: 10:01 AM PST January 12, 2021
Bizarre behavior and stories don’t add up after a toddler vanishes on a family camping trip. This is the relentless search to find out what happened.
Published: 2:34 PM PST January 22, 2021
DNA evidence in the JonBenet Ramsey case doesn't support a controversial development: a former prosecutor's decision to clear the girl's family from all suspicion.
Published: 5:13 PM PST February 9, 2021
A young girl from Exeter, Ca. was murdered in 1975. The jury convicted a local handyman, but did the real killer get away?
Published: 2:27 PM PST January 22, 2021
A year after the Austin bombings, investigators open up about how they retraced the bomber's steps to find him.
Published: 9:04 AM PST January 25, 2021
In 1991, four teenage girls were murdered in a North Austin yogurt shop. Decades later, investigators continue to work to solve the crimes.
Published: 2:36 PM PST February 3, 2021
Two years after Nanette was found in her burned home with a gunshot wound to her head, her family hopes new information will cause a break in the case.
Published: 11:22 AM PST February 2, 2021
Tammy Grogan's 2006 dream cruise turned into a nightmare when the single mother never returned.
It's a one of a kind driving experience when visiting the redwood forest
Published: 10:39 AM PST December 2, 2021
Canadian couple's quirky yard art is a staple on their street. 'It's the reason why we bought the house,' says one neighbor.
Published: 5:03 PM PST November 22, 2021
See some of John Bartell's favorite stories from all over California.
Published: 12:05 PM PST November 13, 2021
It's an engineering marvel that linked San Francisco to Los Angeles.
Published: 11:13 AM PST November 15, 2021
A member of the Wintu tribe shares his ancestors' story of genocide.
Published: 9:37 AM PST November 10, 2021
Moving a five-ton, 85-foot-tall tree nearly 4,000 miles is no easy task but the U.S. Forest Service pulls off a little holiday magic deep in the woods of California.
Published: 4:24 PM PDT November 3, 2021
Tradition, romance all a part of riding authentic gondolas around the waterways of Oxnard, California.
Published: 1:16 PM PDT October 29, 2021
Legends and spirituality surround Mount Shasta and the headwaters of the Sacramento river.
Published: 5:49 PM PDT October 25, 2021
Glamor camping--aka "glamping"--at one Ventura campground offers fun sleeping options and excitement in the treetops.
Published: 11:59 AM PDT October 15, 2021
César E. Chávez National Monument pays tribute to those who changed farm labor laws.
Published: 12:02 PM PDT October 12, 2021
Channel Islands National Park gives a glimpse of what California used to be with a rugged terrain isolating different plants and animals found nowhere else on earth.
Published: 4:35 PM PDT October 1, 2021
Gigantic tethered helium balloon offers free rides high above Orange County at historic Marine Corps air base-turned-park.
Published: 12:29 PM PDT September 17, 2021
We follow two metro Atlanta parents concerned about critical race theory and diversity, equity and inclusion programs in public schools.
Published: 11:40 AM PDT October 20, 2021
The vaccine-hesitant mom interviews four experts and gets answers to all of her questions about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines and other concerns.
Published: 8:39 AM PDT October 7, 2021
On July 7, 2016, 12 officers and two civilians were shot, and five of those officers died after a gunman opened fire during a protest.
Published: 11:35 AM PDT October 4, 2021
WWLTV crews report from across Southeast Louisiana a month after Hurricane Ida made landfall. Here's a look at where recovery stands.
Published: 9:56 AM PDT October 4, 2021