IRS Hit By Shutdown, Creating Taxpayer HeadachesThe IRS is among the federal agencies affected by the government shutdown, now in its second week.
Taxpayer Group Critical Of State For Buying Elected Officials New CarsThe state is drawing criticism from taxpayer groups for buying California's top elected officials new hybrid cars while many ordinary residents still struggle financially.
Lawmakers Propose Constitutional Amendment To Strip UC Of Some AutonomyTwo state lawmakers are putting forth a constitutional amendment that would strip the University of California of some of its autonomy.
Sacramento Taxpayers Paying For White Noise To Stop EavesdroppersA $15,000 white noise machine is the latest in a string of questionable purchases by Sacramento County's CEO
On The Money: $100,000 Pension Club UpdateA three-month investigation by CBS 13 reveals the list of retired government workers collecting six-figure pensions has grown by more than 3,000 names in the past year.
El Dorado Hills General Manager Being Paid To Do NothingMembers of the board who hired the El Dorado Hills general manager have asked him to not work, and he says he has no idea why.
On The Money: Pension Spiking?Hundreds of government managers in San Joaquin County are getting an expensive perk that frontline workers do not have. Critics say that perk is costing taxpayers millions of dollars.
Water Tank Mural Has Residents Guessing Leave it to the city of Davis to put abstract art on something as mundane as a water tank. Even the artists agree their giant canvas is unique to say the least.
On The Money: Chief Justice Grants Pay RaiseCalifornia has a $28 billion budget hole, but hundreds of government workers will be getting a big pay raise worth collectively over a million dollars.
State Lawmakers Keep Taxpayer-Funded Vehicle PerkCalifornia lawmakers enjoy a perk that seems like a luxurious amenity in a state that has been slashing billions of dollars from its budget: taxpayer-provided cars.