The Cincinnati-based consumer products giant is unveiling Crest Be in flavors such as mint chocolate trek, lime spearmint zest and vanilla mint spark.
News10 launched its "Water Busters Tipline" Thursday so YOU can tell us about water waste in your community.
Ford Motor Compnay found itself trying to assure the public this week that it doesn't use on-board technology to spy on driver behavior.
Scientists have found that birds position themselves and time their wing beats so perfectly that, according to aerodynamic theory, they minimize their energy use.
News10 viewers submitted pictures of their pets for "National Dress Up Your Pet Day." Upload your own photos using the form below.
Pictures of the explosions of Mount Sinabung and aftermath in Indonesia that forced 25,000 people to flee their homes.
What took about 20 minutes in reality is collapsed to about 14 seconds in this time-lapse video of the tear-down of a vacated, problematic Citrus Heights house.
The Tahoe Daily Tribune shared this photo taken at the Far West masters ski race at Heavenly Mountain Friday.
Unique case turns iPhone into stun gun.
News10's Walt Gray attended a noteworthy celebration for a Sacramento resident Wednesday
Consumer analysts at marketwatch.com put together a list of what buyers should consider avoiding in 2014.
A New England Journal of Medicine study used black box in-car data to track driving habits for over a year of more than 150 drivers.
A blast of brutally cold air - thanks to the polar vortex - is roaring across the central and eastern USA early this week, sending temperatures to levels not seen in 20 years.
Ricardo Goncalves submitted this video to YouTube showing a massive ocean swell washing up onto Foz do Douro, a parish in western Portugal.
WASHINGTON - Researchers have a warning for patients with cancer or other serious conditions choosing a low-cost insurance plan under the Affordable Care Act: out-of-pocket costs could be so high, they'll still struggle financially.
Entrepreneurs are moving faster than ever in a multi-billion dollar race to create hot new social apps at a time when locking down databases containing consumer information is getting more complex.
The problem: It's not just Ecstasy anymore.
Pictures of Mormmon Island which recently surfaced in depleted Folsom Lake.
SACRAMENTO - From Placer County to the Hollywood Hills, people reported seeing mysterious lights in the sky on New Year's Eve.
SACRAMENTO - The Sacramento-area's first baby to be born in the new year was a little girl who made her appearance just one minute after midnight Wednesday.
Pictures of New Year's Eve celebrations around the world.
SACRAMENTO - Sacramento now boasts a national champion runner.
As 2013 comes to a close, USA Today Network takes a look at the origins
of some of the world's most cherished New Year's traditions - including some you may never have realized could provide good
fortune in the year ahead.
Pictures from Folsom Lake which has hit near-record lows in terms of water levels.
If losing weight and looking better isn't enough motivation to inspire you to exercise, how about the fact that the latest research shows that regular physical activity may be "the best preventive drug we have" for many health problems.
SACRAMENTO - Major U.S. airlines are projected to collect $14.3 billion in fees this year. But some are worse than others at taking advantage of those fees. The website airfarewatchdog.com keeps track of the biggest culprits.
Active military members send their greetings to their hometowns across Northern California in these videos.
Vote for the top stories of 2013.
Page 4 explains why Americans often smile at strangers. Page 8 contains a
handy tipping guide. And Page 35 offers some advice on asking someone
out on a date.
PHOENIX - In early August, Kristin and Rob Hendrickson dared to
entertain the thought: Could their 4-year-old daughter go for a whole
day without her legs being swathed in bandages?
Thousands of UPS packages will arrive after Christmas.
A private technology company has publicized the salaries of its employees. Good idea or not?
LANKE, GERMANY - Ice swimmers dressed up in holiday attire swam in the Obersee in Lanke, about 31 miles north of Berlin, Germany, on Dec. 22. The swimmers, who dress up for the annual event, claim swimming in cold water is good for the body's blood circulation. Due to warmer temperatures this year, the lake did not freeze over. (Photo: Adam Berry/Getty Images)
SACRAMENTO - The owner of a boarded-up house involved in a fatal fire last week who claimed in court documents that he's broke had an average adjusted gross income of $369,000 in three recent tax years, according to IRS documents.
SACRAMENTO - News10 looks into how some attorneys who specialize in Americans with Disbilities Act compliance violations do business.
ASMR artists say the purpose of their videos is to help people relax and fall asleep -- not to sexually arouse.
STOCKTON - An alleged drug lord in Stockton is on the run after authorities raided his home and confiscated a cache of drugs.
Heroes don't only exist in comic books and movies. On News10.net we have covered many stories about people doing extraordinary things to help someone else.
Lodi Police Det. Eric Bradley, whose quick thinking likely saved the life of a San Joaquin County judge during a courtroom attack last year, was honored Wednesday. SLIDESHOW: Bradley honored
SACRAMENTO - The only fireworks deemed legal for consumers in California are those classified by the State Fire Marshal as "safe and sane" and permitted by locality.
SAN FRANCISCO - Joan Shelley, the mother of victim JoAnn Hobson, claims San Joaquin County Sheriff Steve Moore mishandled the remains by ordering deputies to dig them up with heavy equipment in 2012.
ELK GROVE - The criminal case that will likely put a child molester behind bars for life began with the photograph of a garbage can.
RANCHO CORDOVA - The Sacramento County sheriff's detectives believe they have narrowed the time and location where an Albert Einstein Middle School eighth grader was murdered 10 days ago.