Every year, students who have not only achieved academic success but also have made a difference in their communties are acknowledged for their effort through the Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship program.
The Sacramento County Fair brought some very "wild" guests to the show, find out when and where you can see them!
What better way to make sure future generations care for the world they live in, than taking part in a Comcast Cares Day.
The Family Fun Fest is an event that encourages a healthy lifestyle and shows families how to get moving for better health and make better food choices.
News 10's My Neighborhood (MYNE) web page has been re-designed and now offers more features!
Give your business a boost with digital marketing strategies and ideas!
Chris Cochran, with the Office of Traffic Safety explained how to stay safe on the roads and avoid driving distracted.
Want to give back with fashion? Find out how shopping for your favorite clothes can change someone else's life!
There's a wonderful organization right here in Sacramento that strives to improve the lives of women in our community. Find out what the Women's Empowerment is doing for others!
Local students show off their creativity and love for science as participants in the 2013 Sacramento Regional Science & Engineering Fair.
Chris Cochran with the California Office of Traffic Safety provides tips on how to stay safe while traveling the winter roads.
The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce celebrates their 41st Annual Business Awards Gala with Latin Dancing with the Stars featuring local celebrities.
Kaiser Permanente and community partners present "Neighbors in Health, " which provides FREE health screenings & services to San Joaquin county residents.
Reverend Michael Moran speaks of ways to make 2013 a positive year to leave the pain of the past behind.
"Dance on Fire!" is a calendar that brings 12 dancers with the Sacramento Ballet together with members of our area's fire fighting organizations .
The holiday season can be tough for some families, but Raley's is doing their part in helping others with their "Food for Families" program.
Newly elected Elk Grove mayor Gary Davis, shares all that the city has to offer for families during the holiday season and beyond.
Chris Cochran of the California Office of Traffic Safety discusses safe driving tips in unpredictable weather conditions and some precautions to take during holiday travel.
News10 volunteers helped the South Natomas public Library create a cozy and colorful reading nook for kids during the recent "Make a Difference Day" volunteer event.
One of the oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of women is celebrating their 60th anniversary, right here in Sacramento.
This holiday season, give to a child in need. If you don't know where to donate items, Operation Christmas Child is here to help you out.
Lisa Berry, founder of B.R.A.V.E., Bullies Really Are Violating Everyone, helps to educate parents on how to protect their children from bullying.
Gabrielle van Rij, an international activist and author of "With All My Might," has experienced bullying and shares her story with host Mellisa Paul.
To tell us more about the Friend of the Library organization and how volunteers can get involved is Pauline Grenbeaux, Chair of the Library Education & Advocacy Committee.
Calling all sandwich lovers! Sacramento's Ultimate Clubhouse Sandwich contest is back again, with a new addition, a Fall Food Faire.
Yvonne Soto, CEO of of DDSO stopped by the set of Sac&Co to talk to host, Mellisa Paul and our viewers about the Developmental Disabilities Service Organization, their annual Uncork for the Arts event.
There are many ways to show support in the fight against breast cancer including the color of the pumpkin you place on your porch!