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Front Street Shelter's Pet Food Pantry Empty!

Front Street Shelter's Pet Food Pantry Empty!

The Front Street Animal Shelter provides 3,000 - 5,000 pounds of pet food to pet owners in need every week. Since establishing the program three years ago this is the first time the pantry has been empty. The program is 100% donation based and provides pet food to thousands of Sacramento residents. The resources are available to all Sacramento residents with the goal of helping keeping animals in their original homes and out of the shelter.

If you are interested in donating to the pet pantry program the Front Street Shelter is located at 2127 Front Street Sacramento, CA 95818. Hours of operation: Wednesday - Sunday from 9am - 5pm.

Man hired by Sacramento woman to kill husband sentenced


SACRAMENTO - A judge sentenced Jake Clark to three years plus 25 years to life in prison for the 2011 murder of Ghulam Ayobi Friday, district attorney Jan Scully announced.

In June, a jury convicted Clark of first-degree murder.

The sentence comes two years after Sacramento police officers responded to a call of a male shot on Interstate 80. Upon arrival, officers found Ghulam Ayobi shot in the upper body.

Ayobi was later declared dead after he was transported to the hospital.

Mason jar layered fruit salad with honey Greek yogurt

Mason jar layered fruit salad with honey Greek yogurt

Summer picnics should always include some sort of fruit salad. For ours, we like this Mason jar layered fruit salad with honey Greek yogurt. It's easy to transport and tastes as sweet as summer itself... Read More

2014 Weekly Challenge #29: A Salad A Day

2014 Weekly Challenge #29: A Salad A Day

2014 Weekly Challenge #29: A Salad A Day

Summer is the perfect time for salads. The veggies and fruit are so tasty and fresh, and it is usually just too darn hot to heat up the kitchen.

One of our very own Mamas, Kim Box, has written a cook book all about the beauty of the salad. Here's a little bit about her:

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Man arrested for fourth DUI injures horse, rider in Rio Linda crash


RIO LINDA, Calif. - A horse was injured when it was struck by a man suspected of driving while under the influence Sunday.

Two horses were crossing the road near M St. and Front St. in Rio Linda when Larry York, 56, of Antelope struck one of the them, according to California Highway Patrol officer Chad Hertzell.

The horse suffered a broken leg in the collision, and may have broken a second leg.

The man riding the horse fell onto the vehicle, smashing the windshield. He was taken to Mercy San Juan Hospital for treatment.

York was taken into custody and transported to Mercy San Juan Hospital where he was evaluated before being booked into jail on charges of felony DUI with injuries and driving on a suspended license, according to the CHP.

CHP officers said York had three prior DUI charges.

Sacramento Kings Announce Dance Team Auditions for 2014-15 Season

Sacramento Kings Announce Dance Team Auditions for 2014-15 Season

SACRAMENTO, CA - The Sacramento Kings announced open auditions for the 2014-15 Sacramento Kings Dancers... Read More