California Mayors Want $3 Billion Over 3 Years For Homeless Aid FundingSacramento's mayor and the leaders of California's 10 other largest cities have asked Gov. Gavin Newsom and the Legislature on Monday to approve $3 billion over three years in the state budget for flexible homeless funding to go directly to cities.
Woman Survives 6 Days In Northern California Forest Eating Yogurt And SnowA woman stranded six days in a broken-down car in a remote Northern California forest survived by rationing yogurt and eating snow, authorities said.
Sierra Snowpack Builds In April, Delights Businesses, Skiers and SnowboardersThe California Data Exchange Center and Dept. of Water Resources report the mountains saw double the amount of precipitation in April than January, February and March combined.
Governor's 100-Day Housing Effort Sees 109 Homeless Housed Across 4 Communities In CaliforniaSacramento is one of four communities in which the Governor's 100-Day Challenge on Encampments took place. So far 109 people have been housed and another 229 have been put on the pathway to housing across these four communities.
Beloved Gilroy Garlic Festival Canceled Amid Rising Costs, Pandemic UncertaintyThe Gilroy Garlic Festival won’t be happening this year - or even the foreseeable future, officials say.
Man Accused Of Holding Boxcutter To Woman’s Throat In Placer CountyThe man fled the scene before deputies arrived but was found on Douglas Boulevard a few hours later. 
Costs For Flood Protections Hike In California's Farm CountryClimate change is worsening the already significant threat of flooding in California’s farm country, and state officials said Thursday that as much as $30 billion may be needed over three decades to protect the region, an increase from five years ago.
'This Is Really About The Next Generation': California Senate OKs Lower Standard For Indoor Water Use That Would Begin In 2025Mired in an extreme drought, California lawmakers on Thursday took the first step toward lowering the standard for how much water people use in their homes — a move that won't be enforced on individual customers but could lead to higher rates even as consumption declines.
California's Mandatory Workplace Pandemic Pay To Be Extended Through 2022California workplace regulators are poised to extend mandatory pay for workers affected by the coronavirus through the end of 2022, more than two months after state lawmakers restored similar benefits through September.
Report: 49ers WR Deebo Samuel Requests Trade#DeeboSamuel is set to be paid nearly $4 million this season after being a first-team All-Pro in 2021. Eight receivers have gotten new contracts this offseason worth at least $18 million a year, including Tyreek Hill and Davante Adams after trades from their old teams.
Overturned Big Rig Causes Delay In Manteca
Sacramento Firefighters Respond To Vacant Building Fire
'You Cannot Be Criminalized For Pregnancy-Related Losses': California Bill Aims To Stop Pregnancy-Loss ProsecutionsCalifornia already has laws preventing the prosecution of mothers who deliver stillbirths because of drug use or other pregnancy-related reasons. But that hasn't stopped some prosecutors from bringing murder charges against some women in high-profile cases.
San Quentin Inmates Study At 1st College Based Behind BarsNamed for a mountain near the prison, the college was accredited in January after a 19-member commission from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges determined the extension program based at San Quentin for more than two decades was providing high-quality education.
San Joaquin, Tuolumne Rivers Given More Room To Flow To Stem Flood RiskBetween vast almond orchards and dairy pastures in the heart of California’s farm country sits a property being redesigned to look like it did 150 years ago, before levees restricted the flow of rivers that weave across the landscape.