George Floyd-Inspired Officer Accountability Law Advances In California LegislatureA proposed California law inspired by and to prevent a situation like the one that led to the death of George Floyd is advancing in the legislature.
Yuba City Business’ Black Lives Matter Signs Vandalized AgainA Yuba City business’ Black Lives Matter signs have been vandalized for the second time in a week.
Black-Owned Business’ Black Lives Matter Signs Vandalized Using ‘Thin Blue Line’ SymbolsPolice are investigating the act of vandalism as a possible hate crime.
Capitol ‘Remodel’ Permit Quietly Filed For Area Where Columbus Statue StandsCBS13 has learned the Christopher Columbus statue inside the California Capitol building could be moved out as early as Tuesday morning.
Davis Councilmember Proposing Replacing ‘Police’ With ‘Community Safety Department’"It sends a signal that we’re serious," Councilmember Will Arnold said.
Davis Woman Says George Floyd Mural Stolen From Community FenceVirgine Bock says a portrait of George Floyd was stolen from a community fence in Davis.
L'Oreal To Remove Words Like "Whitening" And "Fair" From Its ProductsL'Oreal, the world's largest cosmetic and beauty company, announced on Friday that it will stop using words like "whitening" and "fair" in describing its products.
Lawmakers Use Protest Momentum To Push State Racial ReformsThe racial reckoning sweeping the country after the killing of George Floyd in police custody has generated momentum at state capitols for widespread reforms addressing a range of inequities.
Sacramento Kings Make Juneteenth An Annual Paid Holiday For EmployeesThe Sacramento Kings will be observing Juneteenth as an annual company-paid holiday, the team announced on Wednesday.
Sacramento Councilmember Proposes 'How’s My Policing' Decals For Police CarsIt’s a first-of-it’s-kind idea proposed by Sacramento councilmember Allen Warren.
Sacramento Won’t Prosecute 43 People Cited On First Night Of CurfewPeople cited for violating curfew on the first night the ordinance went into effect in Sacramento earlier in June are getting a reprieve, city officials say.