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Argument turns to murder outside Natomas IHOP

SACRAMENTO - Sacramento Police are investigating a late night murder outside a Natomas area IHOP.

Police say the homicide stemmed from an argument inside the restaurant on the 2900 block of Advantage Way early Sunday morning. The confrontation spilled into the parking lot, where it turned deadly.

Officers responded to the scene around 2:45 a.m. and found a 27-year-old male who had been shot. He was declared dead at the scene.

Police say they have identified two suspects based on their preliminary investigation. They are described as black males in their 20's, between 5'8-5'10".

Sacramento Police urges anyone with information about the crime to contact Crime Alert at (916) 443-HELP or text in a tip to 274637 (CRIMES).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DMC Rookie Challenge All Access

Get an in depth look at the Kings rookie during All-Star Weekend's Friday festivities culminating in his 33-point, 14-rebound performance in the Rookie Challenge & Youth Jam. Watch | All-Star Central

Less Than 2,000 Tickets Remain for Kings-Clippers

See DeMarcus Cousins and the Kings take on 2011 Slam Dunk Champ Blake Griffin and the Clippers Feb. 28 at ARCO Arena. Tickets are going fast, so secure your seats today! Buy Tix

Sacramento Kings "Retro Nights Four-Pack"

Sacramento Kings "Retro Nights Four-Pack"

The Sacramento Kings will participate in the NBA’s Hardwood Classics program by wearing throwback uniforms that represent the 1951 NBA Champion Rochester Royals during four upcoming games. To recognize this special occasion, the team is offering fans the new “Retro Nights Four-Pack” as a great way to see all four games for one low price.

The “Retro Nights Four-Pack” includes one ticket to each of the following games – the Los Angeles Clippers on Feb.

Frost sticks in Sacramento

Freezing temperatures brought frost through much of the Sacramento area.

 

SLIDESHOW: Freezing morning in Sacramento

 

Former state employee sentenced for extortion

LOS ANGELES - A former state employee who was charged with inspecting alcohol and drug abuse programs has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for trying to extort more than $100,000.

Gary Goethe of Sacramento was sentenced Monday by U.S. District Judge Gary Feess. Goethe pleaded guilty in May to four counts of extortion under color of official right and two counts of bribery.

Goethe worked for the state's Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs and went to alcohol and drug treatment clinics throughout California to inspect records and documentation related to Medi-Cal billings.

He was arrested in July 2009 after he accepted $3,500 as part of a bribe he negotiated.

Federal prosecutors say Goethe demanded more than $100,000 from two rehabilitation facility owners in exchange for helping out their businesses.

Rain moving into Sacramento area

SACRAMENTO, CA - Rain is in the forecast for the Sacramento area Tuesday.

News10 weather anchor Melissa Paul said he best chance for rain in the Sacramento Valley is Tuesday afternoon and evening.

The heaviest rain totals are expected in the northern areas, where anywhere from a quarter to half an inch of rain is expected.

Temperatures will range from the high 40s to low 50s, Paul said.

The rain may continue Wednesday morning. Then a different system will move into the region Thursday morning but will only bring slight rain chances.

Paul also said fog could return Wednesday morning and continue through the week.

Brown's budget calls for extended tax increases, no K-12 cuts

IN-DEPTH: California State Budget Coverage

SACRAMENTO, CA (AP) -- Gov. Jerry Brown is proposing to slash funding for most areas of California state government and maintain a series of tax increases for five years to close a huge budget deficit.

The Democratic governor on Monday released his first budget proposal since winning election last fall. He called for $12.5 billion in spending cuts, including reductions in welfare, social services, health care for the poor and higher education.

Among programs cut: Medi-Cal would lose $1.7 billion and require patient co-payments and limit doctor visits.

The Cal-Works program would be trimmed by $1.5 billion. Lifetime benefits would be reduced from five to four years. 

Natomas Unified School District informational town hall meeting

Natomas Unified School District informational town hall meeting

Superintendent Bobbie Plough and the Natomas Unified School District is extending an invitation to interact with newly-elected Assemblymember, Dr. Richard Pan. Dr. Pan.

When: This Thursday, Feb. 17 at 6:00 p.m.
Where: Inderkum High School Theatre, 2500 New Market Drive, Sacramento

Join in this opportunity to hear the latest information regarding the district's efforts to avoid State takeover, plus Dr. Pan's viewpoint and legislative role in the takeover process, should the takeover process become necessary.  You'll also hear his thoughts about working together for excellent schools and a great community.

 For more information, contact Dolly McClellan at (916) 567-5401 or Robert Abelon at (916) 319-2005.

Kings to raffle ARCO Arena letters to ticket-holders

SACRAMENTO, CA - Only 36 lucky Kings fans will own a piece of Kings history when the team raffles off the ARCO Arena letters that were removed from the complex on Monday.

On his Twitter account, Kings co-owner Joe Maloof said they had recieved numerous request for the lettters.

"We're going to put all our lucky season ticket holders in a pool and have a drawing to see which 36 will get the letters," Maloof tweeted.

The ARCO Arena letters were taken off multiple sides of the arena.

Fans who renew their season tickets will be eligible for the drawing. The Kings will begin their season ticket campaign from Feb. 28 to April 1.

ARCO Arena will officially become Power Balance Pavilion on March 1.

Written by Ryan Yamamoto, RYamamoto@news10.net

Twitter: @RYamamotoNews10