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2 injured in North Sacramento shooting


A man and woman were injured in a shooting early Saturday morning in North Sacramento.

Sacramento police said the woman and man are being treated at a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries. The suspect is unknown.

The shooting happening around midnight at an apartment complex on North Avenue. Sgt. Doug Morse said the two victims were inside of an apartment when the unknown suspect shot at them, injuring the two before fleeing the scene.

Police continue to investigate the shooting.


Natomas chase ends with crash and 4 arrests


Four people who led Sacramento police on a high-speed chase that covered more than 10 miles were in custody Thursday evening.

Police suspect the group burglarized a home in north Natomas in the 3700 block of Far Niente Way and then stole a car and filled it with stolen property from the home.

Patrol officers reported finding the four unloading the stolen goods into another car. After officers attempted to stop them, a chase ensued.

"It just seems like they were willing to stop at nothing to get away, which creates a very dangerous situation for us," Officer Traci Trapani said.

The pursuit continued to El Camino Boulevard where the occupants of the white Pontiac were seen tossing rifles from their windows.

"During the pursuit, they actually threw two guns out the window, but both have been recovered, thankfully," Trapani said.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Mayor Kevin Johnson received FEMA's finals designation letter letting the city move forward with construction in Natomas Tuesday evening.

Those who live and love the area like Leo Pantoja with KB Home said while the wait was hard, they're just concentrating on what's next.

"We've been on hold for quite a few years," he said. "It's been a long time coming."

In 2008, the building moratorium in Natomas went into effect after the federal government found the area did not meet enhanced flood protection requirements.

Pantoja said he's just grateful all that is behind the area.

"It's a very convenient location, good neighborhoods, amenities, schools, I think it's going to be great," he said.

And so do city leaders who were busy taking applications like the one from KB homes all day. They're calling it a relief.