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Police investigating shooting death in Natomas

Police are investigating the shooting death of a man in Natomas.

The name of the victim has not been released. His body was found Friday morning in the 1800 block of Club Center Drive.

Police said the victim knew his shooter. Additional details were not immediately available.

New school coming to Natomas, levees still need work

Officials broke ground for Natomas' first new school in seven years Monday afternoon.  The plot of land sitting on Prosper and Gloster Ways will be the new home of the STAR Academy, a Natomas Charter School.

The existing STAR Academy occupied a warehouse.  It has a years long waitlist and couldn't expand until now that the building moratorium has been lifted. 

"We've had since the opening a lot of interest in our school, but it has curbed growth because it has limited how many students we can actually accept," said Ting Sun, executive director of Natomas Charter School. 

SF hospital patient considered person of interest in Natomas shooting

A man who checked in to a San Francisco area hospital with a gunshot wound is now considered a person of interest in a deadly shooting in a Natomas Home Depot parking lot.

Sacramento officers responded to San Francisco Tuesday and questioned the injured man about a possible connection to the Home Depot shooting.

Currently, he is only being considered a person of interest and was not taken into custody. This investigation is ongoing.

This story is developing. Please return to this page for the latest. 

Sacramento police identify victim in Natomas Home Depot shooting

Walter Michael Gibson was pronounced dead at the scene with apparent gunshot wounds to his upper body. Sacramento police are investigating a fatal shooting that happened in the parking lot of a Natomas Home Depot Monday night said Sacramento police spokesperson Justin Brown.

Brown said police don't know what led to the shooting, but could confirm that multiple shots were fired.


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Building of new homes in Natomas picks up

Opportunity is knocking in this Natomas neighborhood. Now that the building moratorium has been lifted, nearly a dozen new homes are going up on Candela Circle.

It's been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the southeast coast and left thousands of people homeless. The country's levees came under intense federal scrutiny after ones in the New Orleans area failed, including the levee system in the Sacramento region.

A building moratorium was put into place in the Natomas area seven years ago because the levee system needed upgrades in order to federal regulations. Since then, they have been updated and in March FEMA lifted the moratorium.

Next door to Megan Frost’s home, construction on new houses is up and running.