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VIDEO: Sacramento Has Talent contestants show their stuff

VIDEO: Sacramento Has Talent contestants show their stuff

Thursday, April 10th, 2014 was a huge day for many people in Downtown Sacramento. Sacramento Has Talent left the crowd charmed and mesmerized as contestants demonstrated their skills and talents through salsa dancing, mind-blowing yoga and more. 

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' Winning Dish to be announced this Thursday Feb. 6

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' Winning Dish to be announced this Thursday Feb. 6

This week's 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' poll asked News10 viewers to decide what the News10 Good Morning crew will be eating this Friday, Feb. 7 during our 5 and 6 a.m. live newscasts.

Co-anchor Dan Elliott and traffic anchor Melissa Crowley will be enjoying breakfast and meeting local residents at Carol's Restaurant in West Sacramento. 

VIP Extends Deadline to Apply for 2014 Women in Technology Scholarship

VIP Extends Deadline to Apply for 2014 Women in Technology Scholarship

In an effort to accommodate sustained interest in this year’s scholarship, Visionary Integration Professionals (VIP) has extended the deadline to apply for its 2014 Women in Technology Scholarship (WITS) program to March 10, 2014. Now in its seventh year, the program awards multiple scholarships of up to $2,500 per recipient to women pursuing a career in computer science, information technology (IT), management information systems or another related field.

“The number of women currently working in the technology industry is shockingly low,” said Jonna Ward, CEO of VIP. “The WITS program was created to break down those barriers and empower highly-motivated women to achieve their educational goals and progress confidently into their careers.”

Groups unite to support responsible growth initiatives in El Dorado County

Groups unite to support responsible growth initiatives in El Dorado County

PLACERVILLE, CA - Save Our County (SOC) founder Sue Taylor along with Residents Involved in Positive Planning (RIPP) founder Laurel Stroud announced today they have jointly filed two Initiative petitions for the purpose of:

  • Restoring Measure Y’s 1998 Original Intent to Stop Traffic Congestion
  • Restoring Policies in the 2004 General Plan Intended to Protect the Rural Nature of El Dorado County. 

The first initiative petition, ‘Reinstate Measure Y,’ is in response to continuous support by El Dorado County's general public for the original 1998 Measure Y, which was a tool to prevent traffic gridlock by requiring developers to pay for the infrastructure needed for their projects. 

‘Reinstate Measure Y’ restores the original intent of the 1998 Measure Y without the loopholes added into the 2008 version.  One loophole being the 4/5ths vote given to the Board of Supervisors (BOS) to override the rules that prevent traffic gridlock.

2014 Weekly Challenge #4: A Complaint Free Week

2014 Weekly Challenge #4: A Complaint Free Week
2014 Weekly Challenge #4: A Complaint Free Week In week one, we talked about paying attention to the positive things in your life. This week's challenge is a play on the same idea: Whatever you feed grows.

This week, continue to feed the positive by eliminating negative words from your life.