'It Puts Meaning Behind Law Enforcement': Annual Peace Officers Memorial Ceremony Returns To Capitol After Pandemic DelayHundreds of people showed up at the California State Capitol in Sacramento for an annual tradition to honor law enforcement that was previously delayed because of the pandemic.
'Fighting For Our Freedom': Locals Fear For Loved Ones As War In Ukraine EscalatesAn escalating war in Eastern Europe has affected the lives of hundreds here in Sacramento. The local Ukrainian community gathered on the steps of the capitol, Thursday, to pray for peace as violence continues in Ukraine.
'Will They Survive, Will They Not': Sacramento Ukrainians Worry About Family Amid Russian AirstrikesThe Slavic community gathered outside the Capitol to rally for Ukraine in prayer and protest for more sanctions against Russia. In the crowd, dozens of people waited for texts, calls, and updates from their loved ones in Ukraine.
Crime Survivors Push For More Resources In Rally At State CapitolCrime survivors at the California State Capitol in Sacramento on Wednesday were calling for more resources for criminal justice.
Man, 30, Suspected Of Breaking Out 4 Windows At California State CapitolA suspect has been arrested after several windows at the California State Capitol were broken last week.
Republican Lawmakers Call To End California's Statewide COVID-19 Emergency OrderRepublican lawmakers in California pushed for an end to the statewide COVID-19 emergency declaration again Thursday, but their efforts fell short.
Sacramento First Responders Blast Long Emergency Room Wait Times At Capitol HearingEmergency health workers voiced their growing frustration during a hearing Wednesday, saying the wait times are bad for patients and keep them from other calls.
Hundreds Protest Vaccine Mandate For Children At California State Capitol"We are completely against any kind of COVID-19 vaccine mandate for children," one activist said. "We don't think it's necessary. We think parents can make their own decisions for their children's health."
California Lawmakers Relocate To Make Way For New BuildingCalifornia's Legislature will reconvene in about a month, but staff are busy this week building boxes instead of bills as they work to quickly vacate their offices ahead of the scheduled demolition of their nearly 70-year-old workspace.
Sacramento County To Hand Out Free Narcan In Effort To Battle Growing Fentanyl EpidemicIt's an issue so problematic, authorities say the rate of fentanyl-related deaths is now higher than homicides.
Walkout 2021: Teachers, Students Walkout Of School In Protest Of Vaccine MandatesThousands of parents, students and teachers walked out of school and onto the California State Capitol lawn in Sacramento, all in protest of the state vaccine mandate.
Assemblyman Says Local Tribes Will Help Design Native American Memorial At State Capitol“They enslaved many of our people. There’s documents that said people were shackled and chained during that era if they weren’t compliant. Now it’s a chance to get that told by the American people,” said Assemblyman James Ramos.
A Mask Comeback? Capitol Mandate Leaves People Wondering What's Next For the StateA minor coronavirus outbreak in the California assembly has lawmakers and staff wearing masks once again. It's got some wondering, is the whole state next?
Recall Newsom Rally Held At California State Capitol Hours After Campaign Announces It Gathered Enough Signatures For BallotA group seeking the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom held a rally at the California State Capitol on Sunday hours after the group announced they have collected enough signatures to put the recall on a state ballot.
Public Barred From California Senate After Threats SurfaceThe California state Senate closed its session to the public on Friday, a day after two women in attendance made threats against lawmakers, while law enforcement in Sacramento and other state cities girded for possible violence in advance of next week’s inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.