Governor Vetoes Paid Family Leave For TeachersIt passed the legislature with a near-unanimous vote, but now Governor Gavin Newsom has vetoed a bill that would have given teachers six weeks paid leave after giving birth.
Some Businesses Demanding More Action Following Latest I & 12th Street Car CrashThere have been three wrecks at the intersection of I and 12 streets since March.
Sacramento Drivers Among Nation’s Worst, According To Insurance Company QuoteWizardThink your commute is bad? Drivers in Portland have it worse, but not by much, according to a survey from insurance company QuoteWizard.
Remains Of Man Who Died On Folsom Lake Reunited With His FamilyHuman remains found at Folsom Lake three years ago have been positively identified as Oleg Zheleznikov, a Russian man who drowned while swimming in the lake in 1996.
All CSU And UC Campuses Now Required To Offer Medication Abortions By 2023All California State University and University of California campuses must offer medication abortions at student health centers by January 1, 2023.
California Junior High And High School Teachers Will Be Offered LGTBQ Training Under New LawGovernor Gavin Newsom agrees all California public and charter school teachers should be offered in-service training to help them better understand LGBTQ students.
Man Accused Of Burglarizing El Dorado Hills Home In Women's Lingerie Identified As Shaun McGuireA man accused of burglarizing an El Dorado Hills home in nothing but a bra and women's panties has been identified as Shaun McGuire of El Dorado Hills.
Starting In 2022, Californians In Some Areas Can Legally Eat RoadkillDrivers on several California roads can soon take home roadkill and eat it.
Governor Newsom Vetoes Bill Aimed At Informing Parents About Electronic Cigarette ProductsCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom agrees with the state Department of Public Health and will not require all electronic cigarette manufacturers to submit pictures and descriptions of each product it sells to better inform parents of the products available.
African Lions Return To Sacramento Zoo With Updated HabitatThe African lions are back at the Sacramento Zoo, and now you can get closer to them than ever.
Governor Vetoes Bill Requiring Full-Day Kindergarten In California School DistrictsCalifornia will not require school districts to offer at least one full-day kindergarten class.
Governor Newsom Agrees California Middle And High Schools Need Later Start TimesHigh schools in California will need to push the first bell back to 8:30 am starting in the 2022-2023 school year so teenagers can get more sleep.
Man Hit In The Face During Stockton Drive-By ShootingA man was shot in the face while driving in east Stockton on Sunday night. The incident happened after around 11 p.m. near E. Main Street and Bird Avenue.
Flames Damage Vacant South Sacramento HomeFlames broke out overnight inside a vacant home in South Sacramento.
Crash Sends Car Through Fence In Fair OaksTwo cars crashed in Fair Oaks, sending one through a fence of a nearby home.
Large Fire Rips Through Apartment Complex In NatomasFirefighters battled a large fire at an apartment complex in Sacramento overnight.
It Could Be Hard To Know California Power Shutoffs WorkMillions of Californians spent part of the week in the dark in an unprecedented effort by the state's large electrical utilities to prevent another devastating wildfire. It was the fifth time Pacific Gas & Electric Co. has preemptively cut the power but by far the largest to date in the utility's effort to prevent a deadly wildfire sparked by its power lines.
Police Converge On Local Filmmakers Using Fake Firearms After Calls Of People With Guns In StocktonStockton filmmaker Keith Lea said a group of police officers swarming an area market parking lot isn’t a scene from his upcoming Amazon Prime TV series. It was in response to a report of people with guns in the area.
Victim Narrowly Escapes Injury In West Sacramento Drive-By Shooting; Suspect At LargeA victim escaped injury after a drive-by shooting riddled his car with bullets causing him to crash into a parked car.
Sacramento Cracking Down On 'Park And Ride' Use At McKinley ParkA crackdown on parking is coming to Sacramento’s beloved McKinley Park.
Aftershock Brings Big Crowds, Big Revenue To Sacramento And Surrounding CitiesExperts estimate the festival will bring in around $30 million over its three days.
Man Chases Down, Shoots Suspect In Leg For Stealing His Gold Chain, Deputies SayDeputies say a robbery victim chased down the suspects who took his gold chain and shot one in the leg Friday evening in Stockton.
El Dorado County Man's Death Not PG&E Shutoff-Related, Coroner SaysThe El Dorado County coroner says PG&E's power shutoffs did not cause the death of a Pollock Pines man who died 12 minutes after the power was cut and relied on oxygen and CPAP machines to live.
Local Fire Crews Head To L.A. To Assist With 800-Acre Sandalwood FireCrews of local firefighters are on their way to assist with the Sandalwood Fire in Los Angeles that has Interstate 5 shut down in both directions.
Power Restored To Over 500K PG&E Customers, 195K Still In The DarkPacific Gas and Electric says it has restored power to more than half of the nearly 2 million people left in the dark in Northern California after the utility shut down power to prevent its equipment from sparking wildfires during dry, windy weather.
Gov. Newsom Signs Gun Violence Prevention LawCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a law that will make the state the first to allow employers, co-workers and teachers to seek gun violence restraining orders against other people.
Travis AFB Airman Breaks Powerlifting World RecordA Travis Air Force Base Airman broke a powerlifting world record in his weight class.
Sacramento Has More Urban Planners Than Any Other Major Metro Area In USIf you're an urban planner looking for a job, you've got a good shot of landing work in Sacramento.
Pavement Work Will Delay Traffic On Local Freeways This WeekendPavement work will lead to some delays in the Sacramento area this weekend.
Winds Shift South, Forcing More Power ShutoffsHot, dry winds sweeping into Southern California raised concerns that the region's largest utility could widen power shut-offs Friday to prevent its equipment from sparking wildfires, as a new blaze swept through the San Fernando Valley's northern foothills.