Sacramento Boy Scout Killed In New Mexico Flash Flood During Camping Trip A Boy Scout on a camping trip with his troop in northern New Mexico died Saturday after he and three other teens were swept away in a flash flood, authorities said. Governor Signs $115 Billion Budget That Funds New Anti-Poverty Intiatives Gov. Jerry Brown has approved a spending plan that uses California's growing surplus to fund new anti-poverty initiatives.
Calif. Lawmakers To Vote On Budget With More Money For Public Schools House Passes Amendment To Change Federal Grant For California’s High-Speed Rail State Assembly Taking Up Highly Contested Vaccine Bill Tuesday Democrats Push Spending Plan That Relies On Higher Revenues New Bill Would Require Calif. Pregnancy Centers To Tell Visitors Abortion Is An Option State Assembly Leaders Free To Spend From Fund With Little Oversight Calif. Assembly Passes Bill Banning Plastic Exfoliating Beads
Kaiser Hospital Latest To Bring Possible Development To Sacramento Railyards The site has been the center of promises of a Sacramento Kings arena and other possible development, but city officials say this will bring true transformation to the area. Donated Technology Keeps An Eye On Sacramento Sheriff’s K-9s In Extreme Heat When Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputy David Kirby and his partner Rex are searching for suspects, the K-9 is usually cool under pressures. But that’s not the case in the backseat of a cruiser if the air conditioning malfunctions.
Parents Threaten To Leave California Over State’s Childhood Vaccination Law Police, Zoo Animals, Children Find Ways To Stay Cool In Intense Heat Stockton Police Searching For Robbery Suspect Who May Have Broken Nose Robot Grabs, Crushes Man At Volkswagen Production Plant River Rescue Call Is Fifth In Less Than Two Weeks At American And Sacramento River Confluence Central California Woman, 21, Dies From Brain-Eating Amoeba Fire In Rural Elk Grove Burns Two Structures