Back on the bike and back on the lookout for those not-so-safe Sacramento drivers, Sgt. Adam Vassallo is the head of the newly re-formed Sacramento Police traffic unit.
Under federal court oversight, California’s prison mental health system has been spending far more on anti-psychotic drugs than other states with large prison systems, raising questions about whether patients are receiving proper treatment.
A new report finds state budget cuts have led to a dramatic decline in student enrollment at California’s community colleges.
A very old profession is making a comeback: the private investigator.
Students are grateful that their sports programs will be saved. But it might not have happened if not for teachers who voted to give up two days of pay and other concessions to save student programs.
Governor Jerry Brown is calling for more than $200 million in cuts to the in-home care program, but hundreds at the capitol urged lawmakers to find other areas to cut.
Some state workers believe Gov. Jerry Brown’s latest budget proposal is going to stick it to them again.
Dozens of youth athletes and their families suited up in Folsom to battle an opponent they say threatens their community — budget cuts.
Stockton teachers are fed up over what they call the hidden cost of cuts in schools, and they say safety is now in question.
Budget cuts could create long lines and reduced hours for trial courts across California. San Francisco is already looking to close 25 courts and lay off hundreds of people. But judges who talked to CBS 13 today are fighting back against the cuts – and they are blaming the bureaucrats in San Francisco – the Administrative Office of the Courts.
The San Francisco Superior Court is laying off more than 40 percent of its staff and shuttering 25 courtrooms because of budget cuts.
Dozens of police officers and workers at the Sacramento Police Department spent their last day on the job Friday due to budget cuts that forced the agency to drastically reduce its workforce.