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Contract negotiations with the city have been going on for more than a year. For the past few years, city workers have accepted a 10 percent furlough. The city wants to get rid of that if employees pick up 8 percent of the payments to their retirement system.
A shocking attack left a woman dead after she got out of her car to check on a man in the street, leaving her fiancee to plan her funeral instead of their wedding.
A Vacaville soccer player has a special connection to the Sacramento Republic. He didn’t make the team, but he’s won over the Republic family after surviving a violent ordeal.
On the surface, it doesn’t look that bad, but the closer you look, motorists’ concerns become clear. Laguna Boulevard in Elk Grove is one of the most heavily traveled roadways in an already quickly expanding city.
Police say a 17-year-old boy was killed in a crash in Stockton early Wednesday afternoon.
An Orangevale middle school student has been arrested for allegedly making threats against his school.
Detectives say a woman was attacked and killed by a man late Wednesday night.
The crude school board race pamphlet targets candidate Basim Elkarra with references to jihadist groups, the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and bizarre claims his posing in pictures with Sacramento City Councilwoman Angelique Ashby are meant to confuse voters about his real family.
Placer County Water Agency is one of dozens of districts across the state to send harsh letters complaining about mandatory water cuts up to nearly 36 percent to meet the state’s 25 percent goal.
They call it the HIMBY Project, taking farm-to-fork to another level, where community members get to grow the ingredients that go straight into their local beer.
Mark Lonergan with Regional Transit says the lane is a first of its kind in the area. The two-mile stretch that travels over Highway 50 toward La Riviera Drive will allow two buses to travel on a single lane in opposite directions through one of the most congested areas of the county.