Bill That Would Change California Elementary Sex Ed From Opt-Out To Opt-In Fails Committee VoteSupporters of a bill that would change sex education in California rallied at the State Capitol ahead of a crucial committee vote on Wednesday.
Woman Accused Of Throwing Blood On State Senators Charged With FeloniesA woman accused of throwing a bloody menstrual cup on state lawmakers is now facing felony charges.
Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting Celebrates California's Diverse ResidentsHundreds gathered on the west steps of the Capitol Thursday evening to watch the state Christmas tree get lit up.
10-Year-Old Gilroy Girl With Down Syndrome Will Light Up Capitol Christmas Tree Alongside Governor, First PartnerNayeli Lemus, 10, is a fourth-grader at the Charter School of Morgan Hill who has Down syndrome.
Governor And First Partner Lighting California Christmas Tree December 5The California Capitol Christmas Tree will officially be lit on Thursday, December 5th, with Governor Gavin Newsom, First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom, and 10-year-old Nayeli Lemus of Gilroy flipping the switch.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Orders Transgender Pride Flag To Fly Over State Capitol For Day Of RemembranceThe Transgender Pride Flag is being flown over the California State Capitol on Wednesday.
Rallies Planned At California State Capitol, Davis As DACA Goes Before Supreme CourtThe immigration debate will be front and center on Tuesday as the Supreme Court hears arguments challenging how the Trump Administration ended “DACA.”
California Gets Second State Christmas Tree After First One CracksIt's take two for the delivery of the State Christmas Tree after the first tree selected for the State Capitol cracked on Tuesday.
Capitol Christmas Tree Removed Due To Cracks; Replacement Coming ThursdayThe Capitol Christmas Tree didn't last long at its new home.
State Groundskeepers Attacked By Downtown Sacramento HomelessCalifornia state groundskeepers are being attacked by transients in downtown Sacramento, according to the groundskeepers’ union.
Vaccine Critic Cited After Pushing Sen. Richard Pan Near California State CapitolPolice have cited an anti-vaccine advocate for assaulting Senator Richard Pan in Sacramento in an incident all caught on video.
Lawmaker Pushes To Ban Facial Recognition Technology On Police Body-Worn CamerasLawmakers are sounding the alarm over flaws in facial recognition technology.
Capitol Construction Crushes Couple's Dream WeddingA Sacramento couple says their dream wedding plans have been destroyed.
White Nationalist Sentenced In California State Capitol MeleeThe only white supremacist charged in a 2016 melee at the California State Capitol that injured at least 14 people was sentenced Wednesday to four years in prison.
Capitol Culture Shifts With #MeToo, But With HitchesStaffers, lawmakers and lobbyists who spoke with The Associated Press said the party scene has mellowed in the year since. But bad behavior, sexual or otherwise, hasn't ended entirely.