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VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Yuba City

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Yuba City

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings Anchor Keba Arnold will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Friday, February 6.

The voting starts Friday, January 30, and ends Tuesday, February 3, at 6 p.m.

This week's picks are in Yuba City and they are:

Linda's Soda Bar & Grill

New Earth Market

The winner will be announced Wednesday, February 4, on News10 Mornings.

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It’s Crab Feed Season in Sacramento!

It’s Crab Feed Season in Sacramento!

By Lisa Page

Lisa Page

In case your holiday tradition tragically does not include crab (like mine), no need to worry. There’s a slew of crab feeds in the Sacramento area over the next month or so, which is your chance to eat endless amounts of fresh Dungeness crab. You shouldn’t have to look too far to find a crab feed near you. The Delta Elementary Charter School in Clarksburg is having one on January 31, and the Junior League is holding one on Feb. 20, just to name a few. The bottom of this post includes a more complete list of upcoming crab feeds in the Sacramento area... Read More

41st Annual PigBowl Football Game Jan 24!

41st Annual PigBowl Football Game Jan 24!

WHEN: This Saturday, January 24

WHERE: CSUS Stadium, 6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA.

Gates open at 11 AM - Pre-game 12 PM - Kick Off 1 PM

TICKETS: $10 Admittance

News10's Walt Gray will be reporting the play by play LIVE on Access Sacramento's Channel 17.

FOR TICKET INFORMATION CALL (916) 715-3132 or click HERE.

Tickets puchased online after Jan 16th will be at will-call for pickup at the stadium.

TRADITION, DEDICATION, AND BRAVERY

Sheriff's Community Impact Program Always Gives...Now It's Our Turn!!

Sheriff's Community Impact Program Always Gives...Now It's Our Turn!!

Sheriff's Community Impact Program helps our community!  Let's help them help us, shall we?  

SCIP Facts: Did You Know -- 

• SCIP programs/activities/events engage 1200 students each month?

• SCIP has close to 30 dynamic programs all designed to positively engage cops and kids.   These programs empower our most at-risk youth to make better choices.

• Cops, teachers, business leaders, etc., volunteered close to 2700 hours last year?

• CIP has 25 Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputies, Probation Officers, and other law enforcement-related personnel, who mentor and/or coach in one of SCIP'S many programs/activities.

• In 2014, SCIP introduced licensed therapist into two programs, giving our most vulnerable youth and their families access to critical mental health services.

Beary Special Playdate

Beary Special Playdate
Beary Special Playdate
01-14-2015 - 01-14-2015
Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern California
http://www.sackids.org/
Admission: Free *You must RSVP for this event **Event as space is limited
 
(916) 638-7225
info@sackids.org
 
Start Time(s): Wed 5pm-7pm
Beary Special Playdate is a monthly event for special needs children and their families
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29th Annual Crab Feed - Citrus Heights Community Center Awaits You!

 29th Annual Crab Feed - Citrus Heights Community Center Awaits You!

American River Parkway Foundation is Grateful to all Supporters!

American River Parkway Foundation is Grateful to all Supporters!

Dear Parkway Supporter,

The American River Parkway is a natural oasis that meanders through the urban core of Sacramento. The American River Parkway Foundation is proud to sponsor programs and organize volunteers to maintain and restore the Parkway. Each year brings greater challenges as Parkway use has grown to over 8 million user visits per year.

With your support through our membership drive the Foundation staff and volunteers have completed the following work thus far in 2014:

Removed 10 acres of invasive plants along the shore-line for enhanced boating, fishing and riparian restoration.

Maintained and cleared vegetation along the 23 miles of multi-purpose trail so equestrians, hikers and runners have access.

Planted 750 native plants to aid in the reforestation and challenge to exotic species.

Painted the bathrooms at Discovery Park after the new sewers were installed in a cooperative venture with the County.