Sacramento Police Shot 20 Times At Unarmed Man In His YardRelatives, activists and Sacramento officials are questioning why police shot at an unarmed black man 20 times, killing him, when he turned out to be holding only a cellphone in his grandparents' backyard.
Police Find Nearly 300 Bunnies Hopping In California HomeA Sacramento animal shelter is seeking supplies and cash donations to care for nearly 300 rabbits taken from a single property.
Wells Fargo Accused Of Preying On Black, Latino Homebuyers In CaliforniaThe city of Sacramento accused Wells Fargo of a "long-standing pattern and practice" of illegal lending in minority and low-income communities that reduced home values, limited property tax revenue and drove up foreclosures.
Skier Who Went Missing In New York Found Safe In SacramentoA Toronto firefighter who was the subject of a massive six-day search involving eight government agencies at an Adirondack ski center has been located safe and sound -- in California.
Man In US Illegally Guilty Of Killing 2 Sacramento County DeputiesA man in the United States illegally was convicted Friday of killing two Northern California deputies in a case that helped fuel the national immigration debate.
California Lawmakers OK Whistleblower Protection For StaffThe California Assembly on Monday unanimously passed a bill granting whistleblower protections to legislative staff members who say they are badly needed to ensure sexual misconduct and other misbehavior can be reported without fear of retaliation.
ICE Agents Target 77 Northern California Businesses In Immigration SweepFederal immigration agents served 77 businesses with three-day notices that they need to produce proof their employees are legally allowed to work in the United States.
State Senate Approves Staff Whistleblower Protections In Harassment CasesCalifornia legislative staff members moved one step closer to winning whistleblower protections if they report sexual misconduct or other misbehavior under legislation passed Thursday by the state Senate, which had stonewalled the measure for four years.
California Senate Approves Medication Abortion On CampusesCalifornia would be the first state to require public universities to offer medication abortion under legislation approved in the state Senate Monday, a bill that if signed into law would mark a vast expansion of a service that's rare on college campuses.
Revolutionary War-Era Letter Penned by Alexander Hamilton for Sale in SacramentoA rare military document written by Alexander Hamilton near the end of the Revolutionary War will be up for bidding this week in Sacramento.
New Proposal To Extend Last Call For Alcohol In Select California CitiesSan Francisco state Sen. Scott Wiener today reintroduced legislation that would allow a handful of cities to extend alcohol sales as late as 4 a.m., following the death of a similar bill in committee last year.
California Bullet Train Cost Climbs By $2.8 BillionOfficials increased the cost estimate for the first phase of California's high speed rail project by 35 percent on Tuesday, to $10.6 billion.

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