(AP) - California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation that strips the word "lynching" from California law.
The Fourth of July weekend brings increased law enforcement efforts to crack down on impaired drivers. But in Sacramento, there are free ride options.
(AP) - Big energy users are set to get a break on electricity while more efficient consumers will see their bills rise, under a proposal being considered by California regulators.
The biggest business story of this past week is Kaiser Permanente's plan to build a hospital in Sacramento's downtown railyard. But Sacramento Business Journal Editor Jack Robinson says it could be a long time before the project gets going.
There's a case before the California Supreme Court that could directly affect Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and his staff's use of private emails to conduct city business. City Attorney James Sanchez says it's an area of "developing law."