With the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships hitting Sacramento for the first time in 10 years come June, organizers are promising to return a lot sooner if enough people show up at the gates.
It may look like any other class at Sacramento State, but there’s a bond that these students of all ages share far beyond the classroom.
The suit filed last year by the defensive lineman’s parents alleges their son was under negligent care by Dr. David Follette Follette and others at Sacramento’s Mercy General Hospital after suffering a collapsed lung during a game.
They’re worried that the developer of The Grove is also targeting Sacramento State students to live in the new complex.
When an employee tried to stop alleged sexual harassment against students, she says dean of engineering Emir Macari retaliated against her.
An employee claims he rejected unwanted advances by Alexander Gonzalez, Jr., the son of university president Alexander Gonzalez.
Several police officers jumped in to break up a fight during the football game between UC Davis and Sacramento State on Saturday.
Sacramento State students are frustrated that someone is leaving fake bombs around the campus for a third straight month.
Police are warning the Sacramento State community to keep an eye out for fake bombs that have appeared around campus in the last two months.
Cheng Wang is a Chinese immigrant who suffered a debilitating stroke after he graduated in the early ’90s. His ability to walk and speak were affected, and his ability to work in his field of study.
Senior Loan Advisor Josh Mottashed sheds some light on the impact his career has on his life, and the lives of others.
Jason fills in for Grant, who will return to the show on Monday. Jason opened up the show discussing the Kings’ latest addition to the coaching staff, Corliss Williamson. Jason also spent some time talking […]