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Volunteers help revitalize Sacramento elementary school


News10 is making a difference in the community by partnering with City Year and AmeriCorps to renovate Leataata Floyd Elementary School on Make A Difference Day!

On Saturday, volunteers will help revitalize the elementary school's library, build an outdoor classroom and clear room for an outdoor garden.

California Department of Public Health Defines Roles in the Prevention of Ebola Spread

California Department of Public Health Defines Roles in the Prevention of Ebola Spread

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) today is reiterating the notification process in the event someone is believed to be showing symptoms of Ebola virus disease... Read More

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' on Halloween

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' on Halloween

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings traffic reporter Melissa Crowley will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Halloween, Friday, October 31.

The voting starts Friday, September 24 and ends Tuesday, September 28 at 6 p.m.

This week's Halloween picks are:

Bera, Ose wage increasingly expensive campaigns for Congress


SACRAMENTO - The race for California's 7th Congressional District has become one of the most expensive campaigns in the country, with outside groups spending millions of dollars on TV ads, mailers and get-out-the-vote efforts.

Candidates Rep. Ami Bera, D-CA, and Republican challenger Doug Ose spoke at a forum Thursday at Cal Expo in front of a crowd of building owners, building managers and industrial office park executives. At the event, both made their case on why they deserve to be elected to Congress and then answered questions from the crowd.

However, events like these are not as common as appeals made in the TV ads, many of which are paid for by groups independent of the official campaigns.

Sacramento City Council members want to increase minimum wage


Twenty-seven-year-old Shane Maloney has two jobs. His day starts at 3 a.m. and doesn't end until 5 p.m.

Even with working long hours, Maloney says he struggles to keep up with his expenses.

"Inflation has so outpaced the minimum wage, it's a joke to try to survive off of it. You literally have to live at home, and even then you are still not saving that much for a future," Maloney said. "It doesn't really pay all the bills. It's tough to get by on it."

At least two Sacramento City Council members say they support a minimum wage increase. They expect to discuss a range between $10 and $15 an hour.

That size of an increase would mean fewer job opportunities for teenagers, according Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce
CEO Roger Niello.

Top 5 Bars to Watch the 2014 World Series

Top 5 Bars to Watch the 2014 World Series

By Laura Braden

Originally posted: October 23, 2o12

Updated: October 16, 2014!

Did you hear that the San Francisco Giants are in the 2014 World Series?

As someone who has lived all over the country but never in a “baseball town,” I am stoked to see Midtown come alive as we root for and celebrate our friends in the City by the Bay.

And if you’re not able to score tickets or a seat on the shuttle party bus to/from the city, here are my top five picks for the best bars to watch the games…

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Sacramento's Raj Singh agrees to surrender on Nevada drug charges


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SACRAMENTO - A Sacramento man under investigation for marijuana cultivation on his foothills properties has agreed to voluntarily surrender on separate drug charges in Nevada.

Raghvendra "Raj" Singh, 52, appeared in Sacramento Superior Court Wednesday for a brief extradition hearing following his arrest last month on a felony fugitive warrant.