California's unemployment agency might have overpaid millions of people since March after it stopped enforcing some eligibility rules so they could process claims faster, according to a new audit released Tuesday.
Modesto Professor Runs For The StudentsComing up on day two and counting, Sam Pierstorff has his work cut out for him. The Modesto Junior College Professor is running four miles every four hours for 48 hours.
Man Helps Mother, Daughter After Crash Near Cal ExpoA good Samaritan rushed to get a mother and daughter to safety after their moving truck tipped over while exiting the freeway near Cal Expo.
As California Starts to Reopen, COVID Risk Still RemainsThe wonderful weekend weather had many people leaving the house as California's reopening showed a sign of promise for many people as the pandemic hits its one-year mark – but is it happening too fast?
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Rally Held In Sacramento In Support Of Indian FarmersThe rally was held in support of Indian farmers' rights.
81-Year-Old Man Beaten With Metal Pipe In StocktonA suspect is currently being sought.
Man Helps Mother, Daughter In Overturned Truck In SacramentoOfficials said there were no major injuries.
Bakersfield Man Missing In Tuolumne CountyAuthorities say footprints were seen leading away from the vehicle, which got stuck, but the man has not been located.
Lodi Unified Heading Back To ClassThe district said students will return to campuses on March 29 and a hybrid model will be in place.
2nd Dose Mass Vaccination Clinic Held In SacramentoOrganizers say around 1,000 shots were given.
Del Paso Heights Vaccine Clinic To Stay OpenVaccine supply at the clinic had recently been cut off.
Crowds In Folsom Hit The Streets Taking Advantage Of Nicer WeatherAs the weather warms up, many people are leaving the house this weekend. It is a sign of hope for many in the pandemic.
Placerville Boy Hailed A Hero After Saving His Baby Sister In PoolAn 8-Year-Old Placerville boy is being hailed a hero after getting help when he found his baby sister floating in the family pool.
Community Supports Street Vendor After Attack A parade of cars drove up to the Edith Barrelles' home after community members raised enough money to bring her a brand new food cart.
Traveling Nurse Working In Grass Valley Arrested 3 Times In 2 DaysFrom the hospital to handcuffs. A traveling nurse was arrested three times in just two days due to a chaotic crime spree in Grass Valley.
Car Slams Into Roseville Building, Comes Out The Other SideA car drove through a vacant commercial building in Roseville Friday morning.
Man Injured In Ceres Gun Range AccidentA man was hospitalized Friday afternoon after accidentally shooting himself during a private firearms training in Ceres.
Police Release Sketch Of Suspect In Davis Apartment AttackPolice have released a composite sketch of the suspect who entered a Davis woman's apartment Thursday morning and reportedly tried to sexually assault her.
Folsom Shuts Down Sutter Street To Open BusinessesA big outdoor weekend event in Folsom is aiming to supporting small businesses hurting during the pandemic.
California Back In Action With Live Sports, Music And Amusement Parks Soon Open To FansCalifornia health officials gave the green light to outdoor sports, events and amusement parks Friday, citing outside activities combined with mask-wearing can significantly reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Vaccine Line Jumpers Gaming System To Get Their ShotsWith limited vaccine supplies, we’re hearing more and more stories of people gaming the system and jumping the vaccine line.
Search For Second Suspect In Death Of Jaylen BetschartSacramento Police are looking for another person who may be connected to the shooting death of Sacramento teen Jaylen Betschart.
Weekend Celebrations In FolsomSutter Street in Historic Folsom is shut down for extended outdoor dining and pop-up events.