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PHOTOS: Long Live the Kings Rally

PHOTOS: Long Live the Kings Rally

If you'd like to see what you missed at yesterday's 'Long Live the Kings' rally, click HERE for loads of photos.

NBA Board of Governors makes decision regarding Sacramento Kings home

NBA Board of Governors makes decision regarding Sacramento Kings home

BREAKING NEWS: News10 reports that the NBA Board of Governors has voted down the relocation of the Kings to Seattle. The vote was 22 to 8.

News10 covered the press conference in Dallas this afternoon on-air and online.

Commissioner David Stern stated at the press conference that he will help to faciliate the transferring of the ownership of the Maloofs to the Sacramento Group with Vivek Ranadivé in the next 24 to 48 hours.

Check our newscasts and news10.net for further details.

Click HERE for photos and Kings update article.

 

Celebrate a Decade of Building Trails with Music and BBQ at the American River TrailFest

Celebrate a Decade of Building Trails with Music and BBQ at the American River TrailFest

 

In 2004, the American River Conservancy embarked on a campaign to build the first multi-use recreational trail system along the South Fork American River. Over the past decade with support from the local community and public agencies, ARC has preserved nearly 3,000 thousand of acres of open space and built over 20 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails near the South Fork.

On Sunday, June 9th, the American River Conservancy hosts the tenth annual American River TrailFest at Earthtrek Expeditions in Lotus, CA. TrailFest is a family-friendly event that features live music, BBQ dinner, microbreweries and local wineries, live and silent auctions, and Kids’ Zone activity tent. This year, the event features a line-up of talented musicians headlined by local favorites, The Rusty Buckets.

Start Packing: Two Teens Can Win an Epic Sierra Adventures Trip

Start Packing: Two Teens Can Win an Epic Sierra Adventures Trip

It has been two years since Amanda Fogelman hiked to the top of North Dome in Yosemite and helped build trails in Inyo National Forest.

Local Museums Offer Fun Summer Camps & Even Special Overnight Activities for Kids!

Local Museums Offer Fun Summer Camps & Even Special Overnight Activities for Kids!

Now is the time to plan fun summertime activities for your kids!    Below is a listing of fun summer camps and special activities for children at various Sacramento area museums.   Please note space is limited at many of the camps so please connect with the individual museum(s) of interest to explore availability. 

Discover all that Sacramento area museums and destinations have to offer!

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Aerospace Museum of California
916-564-3437
www.aerospaceca.org

Amazing Aerospace Camp
June 10 –13; June 24 – 27; July 8 –11 & August 5 – 8
9 a.m.

National Letter of Intent signing reception for local baseball players

National Letter of Intent signing reception for local baseball players

Each year, the EDH Vipers Baseball Club hosts a reception to honor all of the Sacramento region’s high school seniors who are signing their National Letter of Intent.  This year’s reception and signing ceremony was held on Thursday the 15th at 6:30 PM at the Croatian American Cultural Center, located at 3730 Auburn Blvd, right across from Harry Renfree Field and about ½ mile east of Watt Avenue.

 

This year, the following student athletes will be honored:

 

Jimmy Boras, Jesuit, to UOP

Brett Bautista, Granite Bay, to San Jose State

Aaron Knapp, Granite Bay, to UC Berkeley

Andre Gregory, Jesuit, to Sacrmento State

Tyler Blake, Franklin, to Sacramento State

Dom Nunez, Elk Grove, to UCLA

Ryan Tellez, Elk Grove, to USC

Josh Adams, Pleasant Grove, to UC Santa Barbara

Stephen Nogosek, Woodcreek, to U of Oregon

Alec DeWatteville, Oak Ridge, to San Jose State