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Hundreds of Sacramento students graduate from “summer of service”

 Research shows that “millennials” – teens and 20-somethings are civic-minded and socially conscious.

Catherine Moulton Brings Design, Management Skills To Powerhouse Science Center Team

Catherine Moulton Brings Design, Management Skills  To Powerhouse Science Center Team

Distinguished Walt Disney Senior Project Manager Will Serve as New Chairperson For Northern California’s Premier Science Facility

SACRAMENTO, CA. – Catherine Moulton has spent much of her professional career managing and advising on a variety of intricate design and construction projects, working for high profile companies like Walt Disney, Apple and NASA. 

Moulton’s latest endeavor will be to help shape one of the region’s most engaging projects – the Powerhouse Science Center. Moulton will volunteer her services, joining Michele Wong and Warren Smith as chair people for the Powerhouse Science Center, a premier science learning center that will serve Northern California.

“I am inspired by all the talented, dedicated people who are collaborating to make the Powerhouse Science Center an outstanding educational facility.

News10's Contributor of the Month: Mark Mazzaferro

News10's Contributor of the Month: Mark Mazzaferro

The self-proclaimed nut of Vacaville has a big job. Vacaville’s Public Information Officer Mark Mazzaferro manages the city’s website, Twitter account, Facebook page, creates YouTube videos, sends out press releases, manages the government TV station, overlooks Vacaville’s emergency radio and a lot more.

Mazzaferro has been with the city of Vacaville for five years, but has worked as a PIO for 12.

World Team Tennis comes to Sacramento!

World Team Tennis comes to Sacramento with the meeting of the Sacramento Capitals and the Washington Kastles.  They will meet in a series of matches between Eastern and Western Conference Championship powerhouses that feature Serena Williams in singles and doubles competition at Capitals Stadium, Sunrise Mall.

All new "Cherries" episode of "Bringing It Home with Laura McIntosh" airs Sunday

All new "Cherries" episode of "Bringing It Home with Laura McIntosh" airs Sunday

Watch Bringing It Home with Laura McIntosh this week to see the all new "Cherries" episode. McIntosh takes you into the cherry orchards in Linden, CA and watches Chef Patrick Mulvaney prepare four wonderful dishes using summer ripe cherries.  Be sure to tune in this Sunday at 5 p.m. on ABC.  

If you miss the episode, find the recipes online at www.bringingithome.com and see them prepared on McIntosh's Youtube channel. For inside information please like our Facebook page

Here is the recipe for our Cherry Clafoutis as prepared by Patrick Mulvaney on the "Cherries" episode of Bringing It Home with Laura McIntosh.

Baby, you can drive my car.

Baby, you can drive my car.

You know what? I'm sick and tired of driving. I've been driving for 21 years. Not all at once, like Forrest Gump...it's been 21 years since I took that rite of passage at the DMV.  AAA reminded me of it today when I renewed my membership.

All I want is someone else to drive me around.  I know that seems odd for a control freak to say, but I'm just done.

Now, I do enjoy a road trip and yes, sometimes it's fun to zip around in my Beetle, and who doesn't enjoy the freedom to come and go as one pleases, but mostly, I'd rather let someone else have the responsibility.  If a guy I'm dating doesn't have a license, that's a deal breaker.  I need a driver. Luckily, I haven't found many guys who have multiple DUIs.

A Coast-to-Coast Trek to Benefit Transplant Patients and their Families

A Coast-to-Coast Trek to Benefit Transplant Patients and their Families

Ten years after his young wife died following a failed heart transplant, an adventurous newspaper editor is taking the long route back to his late wife’s final resting place — by walking clear across the country.

He is expected to reach Sacramento this Saturday, June 25.

Mike Tittinger, 40, aims to help give transplant patients “a second chance to dream” by raising money to help recipients, and their families, rebuild their lives and pursue postponed goals after medical ordeals.

Walking coast to coast seemed a fitting way to further the cause, he says. “It’s long, deliberate and difficult — but pales in comparison to what a transplant patient goes through in recovery,” says Tittinger, whose route began at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco and is planned to conclude on the Atlantic shore in Ocean City, New Jersey.

“Walking is so basic and so human, and we take it for granted,” Tittinger added.