Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting Scheduled For December 6The Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at the California State Capitol will happen Thursday, December 6.
4 California Lawmakers Accused Of Misconduct; None PunishedFour current California lawmakers have faced sexual misconduct complaints since 2006, according to documents released Friday by the state Legislature.
Tree Falls Across Walkway On South Side Of State CapitolA tree has fallen on the south side security gate at the state capitol.
California International Marathon Road ClosuresThe 33rd annual California International Marathon is set for Dec. 6 at 7 a.m., and will once again bring thousands of spectators and runners tot the Sacramento area.
State Capitol Flooding Highlights Potential Cost Of Deferred MaintenanceThe second-floor pipe burst leaked to the bottom floor, sending lawmakers scrambling. One lawmaker says the problem wasn’t discovered until a security guard noticed it in the basement.
Family-Friendly Travel Guide To Hershey, PennsylvaniaFamily friendly guide to the "Sweetest Place on Earth," Hershey, Pennsylvania.
All-Access Pass: A Behind-The-Scenes Look At Places In Sacramento Off-Limits To The PublicThey are places maybe you’ve always wanted to go, but you can’t—local spots considered off-limits to the public. But this video is an all-access pass.
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UPDATED: Democratic State Lawmakers, Gov. Brown At Odds Over State's Revenue EstimateDemocratic state lawmakers are pushing Gov. Jerry Brown to accept higher revenue projections in order to restore services.
Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony Details AnnouncedGovernor Jerry Brown's office announced details in this year’s Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Hundreds Gather At Capitol Steps Protesting Stricter Gun LawsAcross the country, thousands rallied in support of the Second Amendment, and hundreds turned out in Sacramento at the State Capitol, protesting against stricter gun control measures.
Major Pay Cut Looms For California’s Elected OfficialsState elected officials will have their annual salaries cut by thousands of dollars starting next month, but the reductions approved by a panel in May could be reversed once the budget deficit ends.
Protesters Rally At Capitol Against In-Home Health Care CutsProtestors delivered 75,000 petitions to the governor's office Thursday, urging him to reconsider health care cuts.
Man Arrested After Vandalizing State CapitolAuthorities have arrested a 21-year-old man for vandalizing the Capitol, the state treasurer's office and Sacramento City Hall.
Key Issues California Lawmakers Will Deal With In 2012California lawmakers return to the Capitol this week to begin an election-year session complicated by the state's ongoing multibillion dollar budget deficit.