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Recent articles by Lisa:

Northern California radio duo Pat and Tom celebrate 30 years on air together

KNCI's Pat and Tom are celebrating a historic anniversary this week: 30 years together on the radio. That is longer than any other radio duo in Northern California. → Read More

Know the rules about cellphones and driving in California

Each week KCRA 3’s Lisa Gonzales is answering your traffic questions and concerns with the help of Northern California law enforcement and traffic experts. → Read More

Behind-the-scenes look at Sleep Train Arena before demolition

Before the former home of the Sacramento Kings was torn down this summer, KCRA 3 put together a tour for you of all the places in the arena you would have never seen if you didn't work for the team or at the arena. → Read More

Sac Republic star Rodrigo López shares journey to success

Rodrigo 'RoRo' Lopez talks about his experience growing up and now as a father as he celebrates the 2022 season with Sacramento Republic FC, which brought the team to the US Open Cup finals. → Read More

Ballet Folklorico celebrates Mexican culture in Sacramento

“It's an honor to carry as a dancer it's really important to carry those traditions not only teach it also teach the history explained why we dance this way, why the dress looks this way because that’s part of preserving, its part of preserving Mexican culture and I think that is really important," one of the ballet dancers said. → Read More

Postpartum therapist on signs of depression and coping with fertility issues

Postpartum therapist Robyn Alagona Cutler helps parents through fertility and post-partum depression. She joined KCRA 3 to talk about the signs of post-partum depression and tips for those who are struggling to have a baby. → Read More

Citrus Heights Mayor Porsche Middleton reflects on becoming a leader

Porsche Middleton is the perfect example that if you fail, don't give up, try again. → Read More

Elk Grove actress stars in new Lifetime movie 'Sins in the Suburbs'

A Sacramento-area actress is starring in a new movie debuting this Saturday. Meet the rising star straight out of Elk Grove. → Read More

How Sacramento nonprofit Girls Love to Fly is clearing the way for women to take flight

According to the FAA, less than 6% of all pilots are female. The Sacramento nonprofit Girls Love to Fly wants that number to soar. → Read More

New event space for weddings, 'Our Place' to open in Sacramento

A new place for weddings and events is opening in Old Sacramento this weekend. It's called "Our Place" and the owners hope you will make it your place for the next special party. → Read More

Sacramento's Nate Shanklin to vie for love in 'The Courtship'

A Sacramento native will have a shot at love in NBC's newest reality dating show. → Read More

Sacramento brothers produced Doja Cat and Chris Brown's music

"If you've heard this song, 'Streets' by Doja Cat, or this song 'Iffy' by Chris Brown, then you've heard the work of Blaq Tuxedo — a music producing pair of brothers from Sacramento." → Read More

Sacramento's Ephraim Salaam a writer for 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' reboot

Anyone who watched TV during the '90s knows the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." Well, the news that might have fans flipped turned upside down in excitement is that the show is getting a fresh reboot as a drama with the help of a Sacramento writer. → Read More

Sac City Unified celebrates opening of new community kitchen, garden

Families and students with the Sacramento City Unified School District can now enjoy a new community kitchen and garden. The district celebrated the opening of Floyd farms at Leataata Elementary School on Wednesday. → Read More

Owner of Sacramento’s Love Her shop uses passion for leggings to help women

KCRA 3 is continuing to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by spotlighting small businesses in Northern California. → Read More

Sacramento student featured in 'Prom(ish)' documentary

“Being just a teenager you are supposed to be living your best life right now,” C.K. McClatchy High School student Alyssa Yuke said. “But to be inside it kind of feels like a jail.” → Read More

Citrus Heights couple's cigar bar brings culture, togetherness

Cuban culture is thriving in Citrus Heights, thanks to one couple and their cigar shop, which brought them together. → Read More

60-year-old skateboarder still shredding at the skate park

He has no plans to slow down, either. → Read More

Sacramento teen Sammie Dacong, who helped other sick kids, dies from cancer

Her dying wish was to help grant wishes for other kids → Read More

Sacramento director Deon Taylor’s new film 'The House Next Door: Meet the Blacks 2' hits theaters

"I don't know how we finished the movie," Taylor said about shooting it with several comedians. "Because there were too many nights where I had to take asthma medicine because I was breathing too hard from laughing." → Read More