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Police, victim's family asking for help in innocent teen's death

The family of a man hit by a stray bullet in an apparent gang shootout is asking for help to find the killer.

Zai Wu, 18, was sitting at his computer Monday evening playing a videogame when gunshots erupted at the nearby Sunset Park Apartments on Lemon Hill Avenue in south Sacramento. Wu stood up to see what was happening and was hit in the head. He died the next day at UC Davis Medical Center.

Police are certain Wu had nothing to do with the incident.

"There was no motive there for him to be an intended target," Sacramento police Sgt. Doug Morse said.

Innocent teen dies in double shooting in South Sacramento

A teen died after he was shot in a double shooting at a South Sacramento apartment Monday night, according to Sacramento Police Department.

Sacramento County Coroner's office identified the teen Wednesday afternoon as Zai Chao Wu, 18. 


CDPH’s California Reducing Disparities Project Request for Proposals

CDPH’s California Reducing Disparities Project Request for Proposals

Aug. 24, 2015 - California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Director and State Health Officer Dr. Karen Smith today announced that CDPH is accepting proposals for projects that will help reduce mental health disparities across the state... Read More

Firefighters rescue puppies at South Sac fire station

Firefighters in South Sacramento had a ruff rescue, when five young puppies were found outside the fire station. Tuesday evening, firefighters found five stray puppies near their Valley Hi Drive and Mack Road location.

Man hurt in south Sacramento shooting

A man was shot and wounded Monday evening in south Sacramento.

Sacramento police said the man was taken to the hospital for treatment; his condition is unknown. No other information about the victim as available.

The shooting happened around 7 p.m. in the 7600 block of Manorside Drive. Police are unsure if the man was shot while walking in the neighborhood or if he was at home.

Police continue to investigate the scene as they gather shell casings and other evidence.

No other information about the shooting was available. This post will be updated with the latest.


New light rail expansion serves South Sac, community colleges and Elk Grove

Regional Transit's new light rail extension to Cosumnes River College is now up and running. The project finished early and came in under budget, just in time for the first day of school for many riders.

This expansion on the Blue Line is only four miles long, but it's a big deal for riders on the south side of Sacramento County trying to save time and money.

John Mohammed said riding light rail beat driving in traffic and parking downtown which gets to be very expensive. Mohammed is pretty happy about the light rail expansion. The CalTrans engineer from Elk Grove takes public transportation every day. And Monday, it just got a whole lot easier.

"The new light rail station is one mile from my house," Mohammed said.

Abdul Amjad is checking out the new expanded line today, the one that was designed with community college students in mind.

Hispanics urged to increase political involvement

Hispanics urged to increase political involvement

With a population of 14.99 million, Hispanics are now the largest ethnic group in California, making up about 38 percent of the population... Read More