The Federal Bureau of Investigation Tuesday searched the Sacramento and Montebello offices of a California state senator, along with the Legislature’s Latino Caucus office, in connection to allegations of criminal wrongdoing.
Dozens of doctors, health care workers and patients traveled to Sacramento Tuesday for the We Care For California health care rally.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration filed notice Monday that it will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to again weigh-in on the long-running prison population case.
Atlanta Falcons linebacker Brian Banks, who spent years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, walked in support of a march on behalf of the California Innocence Project (CIP) on Saturday.
Gov. Jerry Brown said Tuesday that a man was recently caught trying to break into his Sacramento apartment while he was away.
If the Golden State Warriors can hold on and make the playoffs, they’ll be thankful the Sacramento Kings are not standing in their way.
With her mind wide open and her eyes tightly shut, a Sacramento spiritual psychic says she can see the future, even predicting March Madness winners.
Democratic lawmakers proposed legislation Tuesday that would require California gun owners to buy liability insurance to cover damages or injuries caused by their weapons.
Readers who bought Armstrong’s “It’s Not About The Bike” and “Every Second Counts” have filed a lawsuit in Sacramento federal court.
California’s budget is finally in balance as long as state lawmakers follow Gov. Jerry Brown’s guidance to hold the line on spending.
Comedian Katt Williams was arrested in Woodland Hills Tuesday after he failed to show up for a court date in Sacramento.
The deal in Washington to avoid the “fiscal cliff” will bring a reprieve to California’s slowly rebounding economy, but uncertainty remains in part because Congress delayed action on federal spending cuts.
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Gov. Jerry Brown issued pardons to 79 convicted felons who served their sentences and committed no other crimes for at least a decade.
If energy is a factor, it’s clear to see why a 10-year-old Costa Mesa boy was chosen to help Governor Brown light the state capitol Christmas tree next week.