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Kale Yeah! “The Market” Pizza

Kale Yeah! “The Market” Pizza

When it comes to dining out, I can be incredibly indecisive. Like, the kind of indecisive that really annoys your friends and family as you endlessly debate going here or there and eating this or that. But, when it comes to lunch on Thursdays, I know exactly where I want to go and exactly what I want to eat: 

That would be “The Market” pizza from The Pizza Company at the Capitol Mall Farmers Market. Every creation that emerges from their Italian wood fired oven is delicious, but The Market is irrefutably the true star. Featuring farm fresh produce, The Market’s pizza toppings change weekly and the SacFoodies are always excited to see what unique offering is on deck... Read More

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Anchor Keba Arnold will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. this Friday, June 27.

Voting began on-air Friday morning June 20 and ended Tuesday June 24 at 6 p.m.

The winner was announced Wednesday June 25 on News10 Mornings.

This week's picks were in Manteca and they were:

Hood, LaVine Pre-Draft Workout Wrap

Hood, LaVine Pre-Draft Workout Wrap

With less than one week until the 2014 NBA Draft, the Sacramento Kings hosted their fourth pre-Draft workout at the team’s practice facil... Read More

2 crop dusters from same company crash in same day in Sutter Co.


SUTTER COUNTY, Calif. - Two crop dusters belonging to the same company crashed just hours apart within a half mile of each other Monday.

Both planes experienced problems with their engines, according to Steve Anderson, owner of Anderson's Flying Service of Yuba City.

The first plane crashed south of Riego Road and west of Highway 99 around 7:30 a.m. The pilot was unhurt. He said his engine seized, so he dumped his load of chemicals and set the plane down. During the emergency landing, the plane's wheel caught an edge and tipped the plane forward. A crane was brought in to remove the plane by mid-morning.

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Online Mental Health Services Improve Access to Care

Online Mental Health Services Improve Access to Care

Guest post by Kirsten Schneider, Schneider Communications

HealthLinkNow Connects Patients with Providers Via Secure Videoconferencing

A local company is using the power of telemedicine to expand access to mental health services across the country to those who need it most. HealthLinkNow provides mental health and substance abuse services via secure videoconferencing and instant messaging between providers and patients, with technology for electronic prescribing and practice management... Read More

2014 Weekly Challenge #25: The Power of Encouragement

2014 Weekly Challenge #25: The Power of Encouragement

2014 Weekly Challenge #25: The Power of Encouragement

G. K. Chesterton, an English journalist, once wrote, “The really great person is the person who makes every person feel great.”

When two people interact, they are both changed. The change can be for the better, or not. Whether our influence is helpful or hurtful, positive or negative, depends on whether we give each other the gift of encouragement.

When you interact with someone, are you an encourager or a discourager?

Sacramento History Museum Presents "History Happy Hour" this Thursday!

Sacramento History Museum Presents "History Happy Hour" this Thursday!

Let history make you happy! 

As part of the “Thursday Night at the Museums” extended summer hours program, the Sacramento History Museum is offering its first-ever “History Happy Hour” on Thursday evening, June 26!  Interested Museum guests will enjoy wine, beer, soft drinks and light snacks in a pub-like setting while participating in a history-related trivia game that will include fun prizes for the winners.  Participants will also have the opportunity to tour the History Museum and view the exhibits and artifacts on display. 

“History Happy Hour” is a special activity being offered as part of the “Thursday Night at the Museums” program presented by the California State Railroad Museum and the Sacramento History Museum (both museums be open until 8 p.m. on Thursdays until Labor Day weekend this summer*).