The Capitals of World Team Tennis are moving to Las Vegas after 28 seasons in Sacramento. Team officials say they're moving the franchise because they were never able to find a permanent home in the region.
In past years the team had built temporary stadiums, including playing matches in the Sunrise Mall parking lot in Citrus Heights.
The team will now be known as the Las Vegas Neon.
Check out Paul Conley's story from 2006: Inside the World of Team Tennis and The Sacramento Capitals.
There's good news and bad news in a new housing forecast out Wednesday, depending on whether you already own a home in the Sacramento area or are trying to buy one.
UPDATE 4:45 a.m.: The Sacramento City Council has approved a proposal to change how the city oversees its police department.
Can coffee and muffins help Sacramento's homeless drug addicts get off the streets and stay clean and sober? A local non-profit says yes.
A woman was rescued from a slippery spot on a steep bluff along the American River in suburban Sacramento after tumbling about 70 feet onto a ledge a few feet above the frigid waters.
A lawsuit against the development didn't convince the California State Appeals Court that action was required to stop the McKinley Village development. The court did rule that the City of Sacramento must explain how it determines traffic impacts.