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3 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Citing a large influx of customers in the final weeks, California officials announced Thursday that nearly 1.4 million people have enrolled in health coverage through its insurance exchange, capping an opening period that saw the state emerge as an example for the rest of the nation.
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8 hrs ago | San Bernardino County Sun
SACRAMENTO >> Proposition 13's restrictions on property tax growth have been untouchable in California politics for almost 40 years, but a new Field Poll shows about half of voters are open to tweaking the landmark measure.
8 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper
With shrieks in the background, a shocked passenger struggled to recount to an emergency dispatcher how a FedEx tractor-trailer smashed into a tour bus carrying high school students.
Does Sacramento need a bike registry? Sacramento wants your bike's serial number.
Some say the U.S. Department of Justice's priorities are out of whack when it comes to cyberterrorism prosecutions.
Strong mayor, weak press Mayor Kevin Johnson's camp and union keep media from covering a recent public debate.
Playwright David Davalos’ “Wittenberg,” which he calls a “tragical-comical-historical” prequel to “Hamlet,” received its West Coast premiere in 2008 at the B Street Theatre.
Officials with Sonoma County's startup public power provider said legislation recently introduced in Sacramento poses a major threat to the agency and others like it seeking to launch across the state.
As many as 5,000 volunteers from across Sacramento are expected to gather on Mack Road later this month for what some have described as the largest community service project undertaken in the city.
When you're faced with two different thorny problems, sometimes the best way to make progress is by combining them.
A view of the Tower Bridge from West Sacramento into downtown Sacramento at dusk with the US Bank Tower rising out of the center of the frame on Tuesday afternoon, November 12, 2013.
More importantly, his prominent new post could be very rewarding for Sacramento – if Johnson can deliver on his plans for using it.
A Sacramento woman charged for allegedly defrauding a San Francisco-based charity out of more than $121,000 over a period of year-and-a-half pleaded not guilty in San Francisco Superior Court this morning.
A well known Sacramento Family Court litigant and court reform advocate has a starring role in the new documentary film, Divorce Corp .
The family of a man killed by sheriff's deputies is suing Sacramento County, and they just received some high-profile legal help from attorney Mark Geragos.
Georgina Glimore stops to take a photograph with her cellphone of a tumbleweed as dozens fly across C Street near the railroad tracks during high wind gusts in the Capital City, Tuesday, February 8, 2011.