Darius Anderson, who is suing two Kings co-owners after being left out of the group that bought the team in 2013, says he’s likely to seek testimony from Mayor Kevin Johnson, retired NBA Commissioner David Stern and others.
Sacramento Regional Transit officials say a dangerous runaway light-rail train in North Sacramento last week was caused by a maintenance technician who mistakenly disabled a safety feature on the train, setting it in motion unmanned and unoccupied.
Nursing home owners with poor track records would face tougher scrutiny in California, and consumers would get better information about operators under a new bill by Sacramento Assemblyman Kevin McCarty.
There’s a new skirmish in California’s long-running battle over public school accountability as a broad coalition criticizes proposed “evaluation rubrics” for Gov. Jerry Brown’s Local Control Financing Formula.
The federal education law designed to address poverty has been used to require standardized testing. It is no surprise that many in the education community are questioning the value of reauthorizing the Elementary and Secondary Education Act if it means more years of using test scores to decide the fate of students, teachers, schools and districts.