New Bill Would Require Calif. Pregnancy Centers To Tell Visitors Abortion Is An Option Californians who visit crisis pregnancy centers must know whether the facility is licensed and that abortion is an option under legislation advanced Tuesday by the state Assembly. State Assembly Leaders Free To Spend From Fund With Little Oversight California Assembly leaders control a large fund they can use to boost programs of their choice without a single hearing or vote.
Calif. Assembly Passes Bill Banning Plastic Exfoliating Beads Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez Apologizes For Indian Whooping-Cry Caricature Panel OKs 3 Percent Raise For California’s Top Elected Officials Retired Neurosurgeon Ben Carson Announces Presidential Campaign Former HP CEO Carly Fiorina Announces Presidential Run Sen. Richard Pan Makes Final Push For HIs Vaccination Bill Florida Governor Hoping To Lure Jobs Out Of California
Oakdale Business Owners Claim They Have Received No Mail In Nearly A Year Last year, the area got a new mail carrier. Business owners say he comes to their doors at 9:15 a.m., but most businesses don’t open until 10 a.m. Where Is Jadianna Larson? Search Continues For Missing Sacramento Girl Jadianna Larson, 6, was last seen on Thursday morning at her family’s apartment, but investigators say her mother’s boyfriend had a medical emergency while watching her. She wasn’t reported missing until 8:30 p.m. on Thursday.
Folsom Cuts Back Waterfall Use As City Aims Big Water Cutbacks In Drought NCAA Rowing Championships Draw Athletes From Across Country To Lake Natoma Body Of Young Girl Found Burned In Glenn County Field Stockton Costco Evacuated Because Of Freon Leak 1 Day Later, Still No Sign Of Missing Sacramento Girl 2 Injured In Fight At Sheldon High School Stadium During Graduation Ceremony Police: 1 Dead After Shooting In South Natomas