August 11, 2022
Two complaints alleging Sacramento Council member Sean Loloee violated economic interest disclosure requirements prompted the Fair Political Practices Commission investigation.
Groups converged on California’s Capitol on Thursday to lobby for proposed laws to create more water equity.
August 10, 2022
Wastewater testing has proved a reliable early alarm bell for covid outbreaks. U.S. researchers are now adapting the approach to track the explosive spread of monkeypox.
August 10, 2022
The city’s approved amendment would force the law to go into effect only after the city and county sign an agreement describing the county’s responsibilities to provide services to unhoused people.
Some District 2 residents described years of underfunding and inadequate representation at City Hall. They called for more basic resources like grocery stores.
The emergency declaration allows the county to access funding and be more proactive in its response to the outbreak.
The bill would create a Fast Food Sector Council to set minimum workplace wages, hours and standards. It could drastically change the fast food and franchising industries in California.
August 9, 2022
CapRadio journalists have listened to residents of Hagginwood, Del Paso Heights, Old North Sacramento and other nearby communities. They’ve shared their frustrations — and also ideas about community-led solutions.
August 8, 2022
Last year, the Office of Public Safety Accountability recorded 289 police misconduct complaints. The office’s annual report recommends Sacramento Police reduce backlogs for investigating police conduct complaints.
California unemployment program too focused on fraud, failed to timely provide hundreds of millions of dollars, report finds
The state’s Employement Development Department and unemployment insurance program is too focused on rooting out fraud and minimizing business costs than providing people with timely benefits, according to the LAO report.