Death Of Daylight Saving Time Could Be On November BallotCalifornia voters may get to decide in November whether to take the first step toward keeping the state on daylight saving time year round.
J Street In Midtown Sacramento Reduced To One Lane For Next 6 WeeksConstruction on J Street in Midtown Sacramento starts Monday, June 25 and will reduce traffic to one lane in each direction for much of the summer.
A's Game Postponed Thursday, Doubleheader Planned For FridayThursday night's game between the Oakland Athletics and the Chicago White Sox has been postponed because of rain.
Some Cannabis Is Discounted Before July 1 Regulation DeadlineIf you’re in the market for some cheap pot, you may be in luck, but you better hurry.
Kobe Bryant Invited, Then Uninvited, To Join Film AcademyLos Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant will not be admitted to the Academy of Motions Picture and Sciences despite winning an Oscar this year for his short film “Dear Basketball.”
PG&E Expects To Pay At Least $2.5 Billion For Northern California WildfiresUtility giant Pacific Gas & Electric Corporation announced Thursday it was taking a $2.5 billion pre-tax charge against quarterly earnings for its possible role in the devastating Northern California wildfires.
Border Patrol Rescues 6-Year-Old Abandoned By Smuggler In DesertU.S. Border Patrol agents in Arizona say they've rescued a 6-year-old Costa Rican boy who was abandoned by a smuggler in the desert.
New Moms Treated To Celebratory Dinner At UC Davis Medical Center New moms and their partners will now get a special meal after giving birth at UC Davis Medical Center.
West Sacramento Mayor Heads To Border To Help Immigrant Children Separated From Families
Court Clash Over California Immigration Laws Draws ProtestersAttorneys for the Trump administration argued against a series of California laws it says prevents federal immigration law from being enforced properly.
State Senator: Committee Gutted California Net Neutrality BillSen. Scott Wiener has been pushing legislation to revive regulations repealed by the FCC that prevented internet companies from exercising more control over what people watch and see over the internet.
The Controversial Amendments To California's Net Neutrality BillThe legislation has been closely watched by energetic net neutrality advocates, who quickly denounced the decision.