An experimental U.S. penny struck to test a design in 1792 sold for almost $2.6 million a day after another rare penny sold for $2.35 million at the same series of auctions at a collectors’ convention.
Police have arrested a Sacramento woman accused of burglarizing several seniors’ apartments in Roseville.
Jill Schlesinger shares tips on how to become your own boss in the new year.
The date, the stamp has raised $75 million for cancer research
Two state lawmakers are putting forth a constitutional amendment that would strip the University of California of some of its autonomy.
Students at UC Berkeley are planning to rally against a series of planned tuition increases on the 50th anniversary of a pivotal event in the school’s storied campus activism.
An assistant manager at a Northern California Burger King restaurant found a backpack loaded with about $100,000 in a booth but so far no one has come forward to claim it.
Months after he put an end to it, the man behind the Hidden Cash craze opens up to CBS13 about why he stopped and what his next move will be.
Here’s a list of the local projects funded by a $200 million Department of Water Resources grant in the Sacramento region.
CalVet withdrew approval at all California campuses mid-quarter. This is the latest hit to for-profit colleges, and it’s left some military veterans scrambling.
A state pension fund committee has approved retirement calculations for new hires despite concerns about pension spiking raised by Gov. Jerry Brown and local governments.
The unemployment rate in California dipped to 7.4 percent in June to the lowest figure in six years, officials reported Friday.