Bay Area Lawmaker Introduces Bill To Create Gun Violence Restraining Order, In Wake Of Isla Vista Rampage
The bill would let authorities confiscate guns from someone who threatens to commit violence, like the gunman in the massacre near UC Santa Barbara.
A new report by Pew Charitable Trusts shows that California legislators make over $90,000 a year and may still be getting a raise.
A state board wants to overhaul California’s sex offender registry, claiming it has grown too big, the San Francisco Chronicle has reported.
It may be a long-shot, but Palo Alto-based, electric-car maker, Tesla Motors Inc. is looking to expand with a new battery factory and is considering setting up shop in Sacramento.
California’s state parks director has abruptly announced his retirement, just 19 months after he took control of a department that had been rocked by years of fiscal mismanagement.
Gov. Jerry Brown says California is at “the epicenter” of the effects of a warming planet as the state experiences longer fire seasons and more destructive wildland blazes.
Despite more than a decade as one of the most successful minor league baseball partnerships in the nation, the Sacramento River Cats are reportedly considering dropping their partnership with the Oakland Athletics at the end of the season and signing on with the San Francisco Giants.
The initiative was triggered by the tragic death of Bob Pack’s two children, who were struck and killed by a drunk driver high on Vicodin in 2003.
Police say gunmen have opened fire at a baby’s birthday party in a Sacramento park, killing one man and injuring six other people, including a child.
Fugitive Cal Fire Chief Suspected Of Murder Accused Of Double Life; Claims Of Firefighter Sex Scandal
The search for a battalion chief suspected in a fatal stabbing has uncovered allegations of a double life and claims of sexual escapes between firefighters and prostitutes.