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Sacramento Serial Entrepreneur John Bodrozic Shares Success Secrets with Startup Grind

Sacramento Serial Entrepreneur John Bodrozic Shares Success Secrets with Startup Grind

Guest blog post by Rich Foreman, Founder and CEO of Apptology and Sacramento Chapter Director of Startup Grind John Bodrozic co-founded Meridian Systems in 1994 and sold it to Trimble, a public company, for..... Read More

Dining News: Iron Grill Gets Better With Age, Seasoning

Dining News: Iron Grill Gets Better With Age, Seasoning

Like a cast iron grill that's been properly cared for, Iron Grill (formerly known as Iron Steaks) across from Target on Broadway has hit its stride, says Sac Bee food critic Blair Anthony Robertson. Slowly but surely, this eatery –..... 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's Melissa Crowley will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. this Friday, October 31.

Voting began on-air Friday morning October 24 and ended Tuesday October 28 at 6 p.m.

The winner was announced Wednesday October 29 on News10 Mornings.

This week's Halloween picks were:

Cricket Kitchen

Sacramento contingent meets with MLS in New York


The first-ever face to face meeting between the MLS Soccer commissioner and the Sacramento delegation hoping to be awarded an expansion Major League Soccer franchise took place Tuesday in New York City.

The Sacramento contingent, led by Mayor Kevin Johnson, Sacramento Republic FC President Warren Smith and team owner Kevin Naegle met with MLS Commissioner Don Garber.

Both sides used the one-day meeting to make sure everyone's on the same path in considering Sacramento as an expansion franchise in 2018 or sooner.

Smith said in a phone interview as he was boarding a plane to return to California that the meeting with the league went well.

"We did not get any indication what their thoughts are but they did share that they like what they're hearing out of Sacramento and we keep doing what we're doing," Smith said.

Suspect's immigration status sparks national debate


It's no secret that Marcelo Marquez has had his share of run ins with the law.

Prior to Friday's deadly rampage, Marquez -- under a different name -- was arrested several times on drug related charges in Maricopa County dating as far back as 1996.

Now, word of his immigration status has now sparked fierce debate on the country's immigration system.

Immigration officials said before Friday's shootout that killed two sheriff's deputies, Marquez – an undocumented immigrant – was twice deported to Mexico.

His illegal reentry into the U.S. has reignited the immigration debate with one sheriff.

"All the illegals I have in the jail, how they keep coming back for murder and sex crimes, and they come back to jail," Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said.

2014 Weekly Challenge #42: Express Workout

2014 Weekly Challenge #42: Express Workout

2014 Weekly Challenge #42: Express Workout

Think you don't have time to exercise? Guess again! In just 10 to 20 minutes, you can get an excellent full body workout. Its called the Express Workout, and you can do it wherever you are, whenever you want!  As we head into one of the busiest time of the year, it is great to have fast and easy tool to help you keep up your healthy lifestyle.

For a quick workout at home, on vacation, or even in the office, try this circuit (repetitions in parenthesis are for beginner, intermediate and advanced, respectively:

Pushups - box-style, on your knees or on your toes (20, 25, 30)

Dips (20,25,30)

State Indian Museum Celebrates Native American Heritage Month with Series of Special Events!

State Indian Museum Celebrates Native American Heritage Month with Series of Special Events!

In honor of national Native American Heritage Month, the State Indian Museum is offering a series of special events and activities each weekend that celebrate and share the lasting heritage, traditions and contributions of Native Americans.  In fact, the State Indian Museum will offer notable Basket Weaving Demonstrations, a compelling Native Literature Showcase, hands-on “Continuing Culture” Skills Workshops, a Native Film Festival and an always-popular Indian Arts & Crafts Holiday Fair.  All Native American Heritage Month activities happening in November at the State Indian Museum are provided free with regular Museum admission.
 
California Indian Basket Weaving Demonstrations -- Saturday, November 1, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.