Californians Haven't Claimed Millions Of Dollars Of Life Insurance MoneyCalifornia officials say thousands of people in the state are owed money in life insurance benefits, in some cases over $100,000, because they did not know they were beneficiaries.
Harriet Tubman To Replace Andrew Jackson On $20 BillA female face will soon grace the $20 bill, keeping U.S. founding father Alexander Hamilton on the $10 note, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is expected to announce late Wednesday.
Man Ordered To Pay Child Support For Child That Isn't HisA man is protesting a state law that requires him to pay child support for a child that isn't his.
CA Lawmakers, Unions Strike Deal To Raise Minimum Wage To $15
ATMs to Ditch the Cards for Smartphones
Sacramento Regional Transit Board Approves Fare HikeLate Monday night, the city council Sacramento's Regional Transit’s board of directors approved the first phase of a 20 percent fare increase.
Simple Savings: Three Ways To Put Away An Extra $1,300 A YearIt might surprise you how many people aren't saving money, but it’s also surprising how easy it is to sock money away and how quickly it can add up.
Call Kurtis: Why Am I Being Charged Home Inspection Fee When No One Inspected my House?Fairfield resident Chris Ryan has owned his house for a quarter-century. Recently when his home loan was taken over by a new company, he says an odd charge popped up on his statement.
Powerball Jackpot Grows To $450 MillionThere was no grand prize winner of Saturday’s Powerball drawing worth $334 million. Since then, the top prize has grown to $450 million and will be drawn on Wednesday night.
Suspect Accused Of Stealing Thousands Of Dollars From Coloma BusinessPolice in Coloma are asking for the public’s help to find a man who stole thousands of dollars from a local club.
Starbucks Extending Tuition-Free Education To Military Vets' Family MembersU.S. veterans are getting a break on their college tuition, thanks to coffee company Starbucks.
Supreme Court Won't Hear Opposition To Review Of Nonprofit Groups' Donor ListsThe Supreme Court won't hear a dispute over California's requirement that nonprofit groups turn over the names of major donors.