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Dozing driver crashes into West Sacramento home


WEST SACRAMENTO – A driver who fell asleep behind the wheel of a van crashed into a West Sacramento home Monday morning, according to police.

A West Sacramento police spokesperson at the scene said the driver was headed southbound on Sycamore Ave. when they fell asleep, veered off the road and hit the home.

Neither the driver nor anyone in the home was injured.

The home sustained minimal damage in the collision. The van on the other hand incurred substantial damage to the right front side.

The driver was not charged.

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Fall Fun Fest at Bridgeway Lakes Boathouse, Oct. 26

Fall Fun Fest at Bridgeway Lakes Boathouse, Oct. 26

The Fall Fun Fest is a Bridgeway Lakes Community fundraising event, Sunday, Oct. 26, at 4 p.m.

The Fall Fun Fest will help build “The Bridgeway Boathouse Play Structure.” Please bring the family for games, food, a raffle, music, trick-or-treating, a costume parade, temporary tattoos, and a bounce house... Read More

West Sacramento Job Fair October 29 - Woodland Job Talk October 21

West Sacramento Job Fair October 29 - Woodland Job Talk October 21

The Yolo County Department of Employment & Social Services, in partnership with the City of West Sacramento, the West Sacramento Chamber of Commerce and the Yolo County Workforce Investment Board, will be holding a job fair on Wednesday, October 29, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the City of West Sacramento Galleria, located at 1110 West Capitol Avenue in West Sacramento.

I Had A Dream I Had Breast Cancer - I DID!

I Had A Dream I Had Breast Cancer - I DID!

I Had A Dream I Had Breast Cancer – I DID!

Hi!  I am Lisa O’Hara, Contributor to News10 My Neighborhood for the past three years.   So many events, taking photos and writing articles, informing our community of the great nonprofit organizations which serve our community, brought me to “Race for the Cure” last year which touched my heart deeply as I was photographing women whose survivor-strength shown on their faces, the family members who attended their mother, wife, daughter, aunt, niece and perhaps neighbor who was there to run “The Race For The Cure. “ There were many who as they ran, walked or were in wheelchairs and still undergoing various treatments, showed courage and resiliency for either their “noted year of survival” or the remembrance of a loved one whose life was taken by breast cancer. 

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One Weekend, 500 animals, $20 Adoption Special!

 One Weekend, 500 animals, $20 Adoption Special!

The Bradshaw Animal Shelter again teams up for the Empty Our Shelters Project, October 17-19. For this one weekend, pet adoptions are just $20. A goal of adopting 500 animals to loving homes has been challenged for this intensive effort by Sacramento County, Yolo County, Sacramento SPCA, City of Sacramento and Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary.

Last year, our area shelters found 526 animals permanent homes in three days and were nationally recognized by the ASPCA. The County’s Bradshaw Animal Shelter stood out with the most adoptions – 179! With unending desire to help animals and a good dose of competitive spirit, the Bradshaw Shelter hopes the community will once again come together to be a part of something big by helping to end homelessness for shelter animals.

Rain Barrels – The Ultimate Water Savers!

Rain Barrels – The Ultimate Water Savers!

Did you know? With every 1 inch of rain on 1,000 square feet of roof,  you can collect around 600 gallons! That’s a lot of water. And it’s a really good way to provide clean, fresh water for your landscape. Here’s a little secret.  Plants LOVE rainwater. It’s soft and gently acidic, and helps plants grow stronger and faster. After all, doesn’t Mother Nature water her plants with rainwater?... Read More

Dozen hay bales catch fire in West Sacramento


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Firefighters contained a hay bale fire in West Sacramento Tuesday.

West Sacramento police said 12 hay bales caught fire just before 6 p.m. on Lake Washington Boulevard, near a West Sacramento Fire Department station.

Because of windy conditions, firefighters asked the city for a front loader in order to extinguish the flames. In certain cases, crews would let hay bale fires burn out on their own.

The wind also spread smoke and ash from the fire into surrounding areas.

By Tuesday night, crews contained the blaze and were mopping up the scene.