A CBS investigation found some Caltrans employees using Caltrans trucks rented with taxpayer money for their own personal use.
The FDA has known about concerns regarding a chicken jerky-style dog treat imported from China, but Chinese officials aren’t cooperating, as FDA reports now show.
An independent consultant was expected to present his findings Tuesday after investigating the death of a mentally ill homeless man after a violent confrontation with police.
Frequent sales and huge discounts — it’s a strategy that’s kept many Kohl’s shoppers coming back time and again.
Racy photos depicting two Modesto police officers with scantily clad women were anonymously sent to the department, the city manager and some media outlets on Tuesday.
A group of California lawmakers spent last week at a luxury hotel, all expenses paid, while attending an issues conference – unaware that CBS political reporter Dave Bryan tagged along with a hidden camera.
Project Labor Agreements (PLAs) may be costing taxpayers millions of dollars. That’s what researchers from the National University Institute for Policy Research are saying about school construction done under the premises of a PLA.
Firefighters were forced to break into a home in Sacramento early this morning after it caught fire.
Scandia Fun Center remains closed while safety officials investigate how a maintenance crane collapsed, injuring two workers.
A Tuolumne woman says she’s been trying to get her propane stove fixed for months. After getting tired of waiting, she called Kurtis Ming.
Police in Woodland arrested three boys for allegedly killing 31 fish at Woodland High School over the weekend.
You’ve probably seen them at the grocery store. Those coin counting machines, like Coinstar, where you throw in your loose change and get cash. But a Sacramento woman says she was shorted so she called Kurtis.