Jury Awards $15M To Workers At Sacto-Based Trucking Company Accused Of Racism, Segregating Employees
A federal jury on Wednesday awarded nearly $15 million to 11 Denver-area warehouse workers who accused a NorCal trucking company of segregating workers by race, calling people “stupid Africans” and punishing those who complained.
A former state employee who is accused of bringing a loaded gun to work at the secretary of state’s office last month is facing a misdemeanor charge.
A thunderstorm rolled through the Sacramento area causing widespread power outages Friday morning.
A man charged with killing two sheriff’s deputies stunned a courtroom on Wednesday by blurting out that he committed the crimes and is ready to be executed.
Two California lawmakers who want to make sure as many schoolkids as possible get immunized announced a new bill in Sacramento on Wednesday that would no longer allow parents to exempt their children from vaccines simply because it goes against their personal beliefs.
Sacramento county’s division of public health says the student has been isolated at home and is under care.
A patient at the UC Davis Medical Center suspected of having the Ebola virus has tested negative, officials said.
Senate Bill 151 from state Senator Ed Hernandez would make California the first state in the country to raise the minimum smoking age as high as 21.
Harriet Salarno, founder of Crime Victims United of California, said Wednesday that demonstrators have shown up at the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week march and rally each of the last two years.
A patient suspected of potentially having been exposed to Ebola is being treated at UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento.