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Mylan World TeamTennis returns to Sacramento area in 2015 with California Dream

Mylan World TeamTennis returns to Sacramento area in 2015 with California Dream

A newly-formed ownership group is moving the Texas Wild franchise from their home in Irving, Texas, to Sacramento beginning with the 2015 season of Mylan World TeamTennis. The team will be re-branded as California Dream and play at Sunrise Mall in the Sunrise MarketPlace Business District in Citrus Heights, Calif.

The new ownership group includes long-time franchise owner Jeff Launius who is joined by Harbor Point Tennis Club president Bob Kaliski and Dallas-based investment banker Michael Malone. Kaliski, who is well-known in Northern California tennis circles for his successful tennis events, was eager to see professional team tennis return to the Sacramento region.

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Another victim accuses former choir director of sexual assault


A former North Highlands church choir director faces addition charges of sexual assault of a minor after another victim came forward, the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office said.

Kareem Mitchell, 42, was charged with four counts of oral copulation with a minor under the age of 18 during his arraignment Wednesday. According to the criminal complaint filed by the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office, the abuse lasted between January 2001 and August 2001.

Kings boast elite starting five

Kings boast elite starting five

Although the lineup has only seen 30 games of action as a unit and none since February 5, it has produced results that still rank in the upper echelon of the league... Read More

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Drought, water shortages on voters’ minds

Drought, water shortages on voters’ minds

Californians believe the water shortage is serious by a whopping 94 percent in the latest Field Poll, released Thursday... Read More

Sac Brewery Tour during Sacramento Beer Week!

Sac Brewery Tour during Sacramento Beer Week!

If you’ll be beer weeking this year, chances are you’ll need a ride.

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Man killed at Arden-Arcade apartment complex

Man killed at Arden-Arcade apartment complex


A man was shot and killed early Saturday morning at an apartment complex in the Arden-Arcade area of Sacramento County.

Sacramento County Sheriff's Sgt. Lisa Bowman said the man in his mid-20s was shot at least once in the torso. He was pronounced dead at the scene. No other information about the victim was available. Bowman said the man's identity will be released by the Sacramento County Coroner's Office after next of kin is notified.

The shooting happened around midnight in the parking lot of the apartment complex on the 2200 block of Edison Avenue. Bowman said detectives are investigating the shooting. No other information about the homicide was available.