Source: Uber Facing Probe Into Alleged Gender DiscriminationU.S. employment regulators are investigating allegations that Uber set up a pay scale that discriminated against women working for the ride-hailing service.
Back-To-School Spending Expected To Reach $82.8 BillionParents and students will spend $82.8 billion on back-to-school shopping this year. That amount includes both K-12 and college spending.
Target's Teacher Prep Event Starts Sunday - What You Need To KnowTarget's first-ever Teacher Prep Event starts Sunday and there are a few things you must do before heading in-store or online to shop.
The Teacher Prep Event At Target Is LegitTeachers are getting excited about a rumored sale happening at Target just for them.
Sacramento Changing From Weekly To Monthly Street Sweeping Parking RestrictionsThe City of Sacramento is changing its parking enforcement and will no longer have weekly restrictions on certain streets.
Only 4 Bike Helmets Earned 5 Stars In Safety TestOnly four bicycle helmets earned 5 stars in a new rating system developed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and Virginia Tech.
Call Kurtis Investigates: PG&E’s Plan To Cut Power During Extreme Fire Conditions Creates New RisksWith state investigators blaming PG&E power lines for last year’s series of deadly wildfires, the utility now says it’ll cut power during extreme weather using a map the Public Utilities Commission approved noting extreme fire threat areas.
Honey Smacks Recalled Over Salmonella ConcernsKellogg's is recalling boxes of Honey Smacks due to possible Salmonella contamination.
High Chair Safety Standards Changing To Require 3-Point HarnessHigh chairs used both at home and at restaurants will need to have a three-point restraint system and include a passive crotch restraint, as well as requirements for rearward stability.
Amazon Prime Discount At Whole Foods Now In CaliforniaNow even more Amazon Prime members can save extra money at Whole Foods.
IHOb Gets Burned By Its New Competition IHOP made headlines by temporarily changing its name to IHOb and its new competition wasted no time burning the new kid on the block.
Pickle Juice Slush Is Now For Sale At SONICSONIC Drive-In is now selling a Pickle Juice Slush.
Millennials Are Moving To SacramentoMore millennials ages 20-34 moved into Sacramento than left in 2016.
Apple Unveils A Number of New FeaturesIf you were looking to Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference for big game-changing leaps or new hardware, you might have walked away a little disappointed. Monday's keynote, it turns out, was about the little things.
Emojis Are So Last Year- Get Ready For A MemojiYou’re not limited to being a robot or a poop emoji anymore — now Apple lets you make your own Animoji, calling it “Memoji.”
Southwest Adds More Nonstop Flights In SacramentoSouthwest Airlines will add a new weekly nonstop flight to Houston, an additional daily nonstop flight to Long Beach, and bring back nonstop flights between Sacramento and New Orleans in the fall.
Questions Raised About 5G Health Risks Months Before Sacramento Launches ServiceSacramento will be the first city in the country to get 5G cell service later this summer, but health concerns are now being raised about the equipment.
Southwest Temporarily Ends Nonstop Service Between Sacramento And New OrleansSouthwest Airlines is pausing its weekly nonstop service between Sacramento and New Orleans.
FBI Asking Everyone To Reboot Your Router Right Now To Stop HackersThe FBI is asking everyone to reboot their routers immediately.
Facebook Walking Users Through Privacy SettingsFacebook's latest push to educate users about privacy will be unavoidable
Call Kurtis: Why Did MoviePass Abruptly Cancel My Membership?When retirees Rachel and Daniel Brekke said they were flagged for fraud by a company offering movie ticket subscriptions, they said did nothing wrong.
Japan Figured Out How To Make Booze From TreesResearchers in Japan are now making booze from trees.
Congress Passes Bill To Make Credit Freezes FreeYou will soon be able to freeze your credit report for free, a step that can help protect you from identity theft.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Who Stole Social Security Benefits From Breast Cancer Patient?Each year, 4.5 million Americans get their Social Security benefits on debit cards, but what happens if a fraudster drains your account?
Call Kurtis Investigates: Student Debt Sticks Around Even When The College Shuts DownNicholas Gordon says his career college went belly up during his first semester and the government took his tax refund to pay for an education he didn't get.
People Trapped In Garages During Wine Country Wildfires Inspire BillAutomatic garage doors may soon need to be equipped with backup batteries in case of a power failure
22-Pound Dumbbell iPhone Case Now For SaleThe latest must-have accessory being sold in Japan is a 22-pound iPhone case.
Majority Of Workers Will Check In With The Office On VacationThe majority of workers will check in with the office at some point during their vacation, according to a new survey from the staffing firm Accountemps.
Walmart Testing Personal Shopping Service
Call Kurtis Investigates: Scamming The ScammersTurning the table on bad guys making fools out of scammers. Call Kurtis introduces us to people who make sport, out of wasting the bad guys.
Rising Rents Have More Sacramento Residents Searching For RoommatesExperts say it’s a trend that may be saving people thousands of dollars a year.
Tesla Buyers Worried They May Lose Tax Credits Waiting For Model 3They're worried that the looming phaseout of a $7,500 federal tax credit will put the cost of the car out of their reach.
Ford Recalls 550K Vehicles That Can Roll Away UnexpectedlyFord is recalling about 550,000 cars and SUVs in North America to fix a gearshift problem that could cause the vehicles to roll away unexpectedly.
Wall Street Panics As Netflix Growth Has Slow QuarterIt marked the first time in a more than a year that Netflix hadn't exceeded its subscriber growth projections. As of June 30, Netflix had 130 million subscribers.
How To Make Sure That Prime Day Deal Is Really A DealAmazon Prime Day, which kicks off this Monday, July 16, at noon ET, will attract zillions of buyers seeking Black-Friday-in-July pricing on zillions of products.