Colin Kaepernick To Be Awarded Medal From Harvard UniversityColin Kaepernick is among eight people set to be honored at Harvard University next month.
Tariff Fight Puts Candidates In Tough Spot In Rural AmericaThe U.S. tariffs on agriculture products, sown by Trump, have grown into an election-year threat to Republicans in rural districts that are heavily reliant on exports for their economy.
Kavanaugh Fight Opens New Front In California Senate RaceThe top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Feinstein is playing a central role in the battle over Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court.
California Bill Banning Pay For Ballot Initiative Signatures Gets Another VetoGov. Jerry Brown vetoed Assembly Bill 1947 on Tuesday, echoing his previous veto of a similar measure in 2018.
Court: Waiters, Bartenders Must Be Paid Minimum Wage For Cleaning ToiletsA federal law allows an employer to pay workers who receive tips as little as $2.13 an hour as long as their tips earn them minimum wage.
Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Sexual Assault Accuser To Testify Sept. 24Senate leaders announced the move under pressure from fellow Republicans who wanted a fuller, open examination of the allegations from Christine Blasey Ford
Governor Candidates Gavin Newsom, John Cox Agree To Radio DebateThe candidates for California governor have agreed to a debate, but only on the radio.
Nike Stock Price Reaches All-Time High After Colin Kaepernick Ad CampaignShares of Nike reached an all-time high on Friday, rebounding from a recent dip spurred by concerns about consumer boycott after the athletic apparel maker signed a high-profile deal with former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein Gives Feds 'Information' On Supreme Court Nominee Brett KavanaughThe California Democrat said in a statement that she "received information from an individual concerning the nomination."
Gavin Newsom's Blue California Tour Rolls Into ModestoAs we inch closer to the midterm elections, California’s democratic front-runner for governor, Gavin Newsom is taking a break from his own campaign to focus on helping other Democrats running for office.
Racist Serena Williams Cartoon 'Nothing To Do With Race,' Paper SaysAn Australian newspaper has doubled down on a cartoon of multiple Grand Slam tennis champion Serena Williams widely denounced as racist both at home and in the US.
INTERVIEW: Gov. Jerry Brown's Days In Politics Far From OverCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown tells CBS13 News in one of his final interviews before leaving office that he might not be done with politics.
Gov. Brown Signs Law To Limit Plastic Straws In Full-Service RestaurantsPeople who want straws with their drinks at California restaurants will have to ask for them under a new state law.
Kohl's Plans To Hire 90,000 Seasonal Workers For The HolidaysKohl's plans to hire 90,000 seasonal workers to handle the holiday rush.
Roseville Boy's Football Dreams Come True With Memorable TouchdownA Eich Middle School student had his football dreams come true last weekend thanks to the Del Campo Jr Cougars.
Free Blue Ribbons Available To Honor Fallen DeputyThe Rancho Cordova Police Department is teaming up with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department to honor fallen deputy Mark Stasyuk.
Arsonist Nearly Wipes Out Fundraiser For Stockton NonprofitThe Assistance League in Stockton fears the weeks-long closure will be a major setback to local children in need of assistance.