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A new report from the Legislative Analyst's Office says the state needs to assess its role in the MyCalPays debacle.
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Why are so many so angry over the Kings staying in Sacramento? Judging by online reaction of Bee readers, you would think someone had stolen their firstborn.
Noel Coward once sang that only "mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun," but he never attended the Pacific Rim Street Fest, where more than 10,000 visitors poured into Old Sacramento on Sunday.
Immigrant-rights activists from the Inland area and across the state are in Sacramento today for a rally on the state Capitol steps and to meet with legislators.
The California Senate passed a bill today that would shield pot shops following state guidelines for dispensing medical marijuana from prosecution for marijuana possession or sale.
Years before a Las Vegas psychiatric hospital bused a homeless, schizophrenic man to Sacramento without arranging contacts or a plan for care, a different hospital ditched Gabino Olvera on Skid Row in Los Angeles.
Authorities say a Temecula man who apparently shot and killed his wife and then turned the gun on himself has died.
A Northern California man faces up to six years in prison after pleading guilty to reckless driving causing the death of an Incline Village couple who was hit in a pedestrian crosswalk at Lake Tahoe in December 2011.
The Sacramento Police Department said a drunken driver caused a lot of damage on 65th Street and 8th Avenue early Monday morning.
The Dignity Memorial network and Sacramento Blue Star Moms have partnered to pay tribute to Vietnam veterans and to honor the traveling Vietnam Wall.
A 10-year-old girl was shot to death and her parents were hospitalized after gunmen walked up to the front door of a home in the North Highlands area of Sacramento County and started shooting, sheriff's officials said.
In the world of Latin pop, he's known for sold-out shows, million-selling albums and the single name of Juanes.
Gov. Jerry Brown had hardly finished presenting his annual budget revision last week before state Sen.
Josiah Humphreys died two months ago and no one's been caught. He took his last breath at 18th and P Streets, and tonight his father hopes that by the Guardian Angels passing out flyers, someone will come forward with new information.
A 10-year-old girl was shot to death and a man and a woman also were wounded inside the North Highlands house Saturday night, the Sacramento Sheriff's Department reports today.
By the time he left foster care, Willis Mucelroy estimates, he had lived in 30 foster homes across the Central Valley.