How Will California's Proposed Limits On Community Drilling Work?An ambitious plan by California regulators to block new oil and gas wells within 3,200 feet (975 meters) of schools and homes is drawing protests from the oil industry and plaudits from environmentalists, who still want the state to go further.
'I Don't Feel Like I Did Anything Wrong': Grant Napear Sues Bonneville International For Wrongful TerminationThe former Kings announcer who was ousted over an "all lives matter" tweet is suing his old radio station employer for wrongful termination.
Supply Chain Shortage Affecting Local Caterers And RestaurantsWith container ships stacked high and a record shipping backlog at the port of Los Angeles, President Biden says he would consider activating the National Guard to help with the global supply chain issues. What items are hard to find?
UC Davis’ Newest Viticulture And Enology Diversity Recruiter: Dwyane WadeThree-time NBA Champion and 13-time NBA All-Star, Dwyane Wade, is the newest member of the Executive Leadership Board of the UC Davis Department of Viticulture and Enology. He joins Julia Coney and Miguel Luna as members of the board comprised of industry voices in all parts of the winemaking process.
Downtown Sacramento Prepares For Ironman CaliforniaIronman California is just days away. Bringing in about $14 million to the local economy, it'll be the second-biggest outdoor event Sacramento has hosted just this month.
San Joaquin County Politician Speaks Out In Support Of In-N-Out's Refusal To Check Vaccine Cards At 2 Bay Area LocationsA San Joaquin County supervisor is speaking out in support of In-N-Out Burger after the chain was fined by the Contra Costa County government for not verifying customers' vaccination cards.
In-N-Out Fined For Refusing To Verify Customers' Vaccination Cards In Bay AreaCalifornia's popular In-N-Out hamburger chain is in trouble with yet another San Francisco Bay Area county over its failure to verify the vaccination cards of people choosing to dine-in with their double-doubles, shakes and fries.
Supply Chain Issues Seep Into Sacramento-Area Small BusinessesThe region is seeing epic port congestion, supply shortages, a serious lack of truck drivers, and a price hike for both businesses and the consumer.
Child Tax Credit: How To Opt Out Of Monthly PaymentsThe next Child Tax Credit payment is due October 15, but some parents may prefer a lump-sum payment at tax time.
Mel Rapton Honda Selling Dealership To New Ownership GroupA family-run business that's been in Sacramento for nearly 60-years is coming to an end. After nearly six decades, the owner of Mel Rapton Honda says she's ready to kick the tires on retirement.
Barber's Shop Automotive Is Back, Rising From The Ashes At New Sacramento LocationA Sacramento auto shop is back in business after rising from the ashes of an arson fire that sparked last year.
Facebook Whistleblower Frances Haugen Testifies On Capitol Hill; Tells Senators 'We Must Act Now'Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen calmly told a congressional subcommittee Tuesday that Facebook chooses to allow harmful content on its platform that is "disastrous" for society and for children in particular because of the astronomical profits such content generates.
As Many As Half A Million Shipping Containers Could Be Waiting Off Ports Of LA, Long BeachCargo ships continue to arrive off the coast of Southern California, and the shipping bottleneck may be why product prices are going up, even though shelves remain empty.
Black Ex-Tesla Worker Who Claimed Racial Abuse Awarded $137MTesla must pay nearly $137 million to a Black former worker who said he suffered racial abuse at the electric carmaker’s San Francisco Bay Area factory.
De Vere's Irish Pub Closing Its Doors Next Week, Cutting Its Pandemic LossesA longtime Sacramento restaurant is shutting its doors for good after the pandemic took its toll on de Vere's Irish Pub in Davis and Sacramento.