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There's a new candidate in the closely watched race for the US Senate in 2016. Chavez is a Republican who will run for the seat being vacated by Barbara Boxer.
Covered California says its recent enrollment numbers show more Latinos and young people signed up this year.
Crews have finally started work on a big mixed-use project in the 700 block of Downtown Sacramento's K Street.
The doors appear to be opening for a new artists' space in midtown Sacramento. If the Sacramento City Council approves, a donation from Joyce Raley Teel and the City of Sacramento will pay for renovations of the old brick building built in 1921.
A three week old infant in San Joaquin County has died of Pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough. The state is experiencing an epidemic of the disease. There were more than 11,000 cases in California last year.
The Philadelphia-based university opened its Sacramento campus six years ago. The school president says the school can provide better service to students in Philadelphia and online.
Big businesses in California say they want to be more involved in managing the state’s water supply.
UPDATE: The Humane Society of the United States is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for at least 10 cases of animal mutilations in Sacramento.
When it comes to the weather and your favorite sitcom, it's better late than never.
(AP) - A California lawmaker wants to require all day care and pre-school workers to get vaccinated in the wake of a measles outbreak.
Source: Justice Dept. Prepares To Charge N.J. Sen. Menendez With Corruption
It is alleged that the Democrat did political favors for a friend and donor. It is not clear how long it will take for actual criminal charges to emerge, NPR's Carrie Johnson reports.
DOJ Indicts 3 Men Accused Of 'Largest Data Breach In History'
Two Vietnamese citizens and a Canadian are charged in connection with hacking eight U.S. email service providers and using stolen addresses for spam marketing.
Documentary Filmmaker Albert Maysles Dies At 88
He is perhaps best known for the films Grey Gardens and Gimme Shelter. The Oscar-nominated director died Thursday in New York.
Former NBC Executive Returns To Oversee Troubled News Division
Andrew Lack held top roles at NBC from 1993 to 2001. He is returning as chairman of NBC News in the wake of Brian Williams' suspension as chief anchor.
Mayor: 3 Ferguson Employees Linked To Racist Emails No Longer With Department
Mayor James Knowles also told The Associated Press that city leaders would meet with Justice Department officials in about two weeks to provide ways to improve the Ferguson, Mo., police department.
Federal Rule To Extend Medical Leave To Same-Sex Spouses In All States
The Labor Department rule guarantees legally married same-sex spouses can take unpaid time off to care for one another or sick relative, even in states thatdon't recognize the marriage.
The Fascinating Story Of New Orleans' Two Lost Chinatowns
Let's rewind the clock 150 years to the end of the Civil War, when Southern planters had to find new laborers.
Pot Can Trigger Psychotic Symptoms For Some, But Do The Effects Last?
Scientists are sharply divided on whether the disordered thinking and paranoia sometimes caused by marijuana is just a temporary thing or the start of long-term disorders like schizophrenia.
Beautiful Photos Of Everyday Life In 19th And 20th Century Iran
The Smithsonian is giving Iranian-Americans a chance to look back on a world many had to leave years ago.
The School Where Everyone Fills Out The FAFSA
At a Chicago high school, 100 percent completion isn't the goal. It's expected.
Apple To Replace AT&T In Dow Jones Industrial Average
The tech giant will replace the telecoms giant after the close of trading March 18. The change, effective March 19, was prompted by stock splits announced by Apple and Visa.
Nearly 300K New Jobs In February; Unemployment Dips To 5.5 Percent
The Labor Department's latest report follows an especially robust survey for January that showed a gain of about 240,000 jobs.
Administration Fights Case That Would Assign Lawyers To Minors Seeking Asylum
Tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors are moving through immigration courts without legal representation. An ACLU lawsuit calls for the government to provide them with lawyers.
Capitol Chat with the Political Junkie / The Russ Solomon Collection / Antarctic Youth Ambassador / Eli and the Sound CultFriday, March 6, 2015
Today on Insight The Political Junkie Ken Rudin stops in for a special Capitol Chat from Washington D.C. Tower Records Founder Russ Solomon talks about his years collecting artwork from some of Sacramento’s most celebrated artists.
California is asking property owners in the Delta and the Central Valley to prove that they hold water rights. Sacramento Bee’s Matt Weiser talks about this unprecedented move by the state.
With their incredible leaping ability and graceful movements, ballet dancers sometimes look like they're flying. This weekend, some members of the Sacramento Ballet will... thanks to help from a wire, stagehands and three days of training.
What happens when highly-paid consultants get hired for a top secret project then realize the plan they're devising could kill thousands, even millions of people? That’s the dilemma in this dark psychological comedy with a wickedly sharp edge.