You’ve seen the photo galleries. You’ve seen the Bee’s coverage. Now here’s some video of what makes the Folsom Bulldogs football team so prolific, efficient and fun to watch. Folsom High School beat Oceanside 68-7.
Roseville police have referred 13 teenagers, at least some of them honors students at Oakmont High School, to the juvenile justice system for a suspected hate crime after they allegedly spread cotton balls across the front lawn of a black classmate, authorities said Friday.
Recovering from the Great Recession has been slow and uncertain for many Californians, especially in the Central Valley. But a state labor report released Friday provided evidence that the Sacramento region is now adding higher-paying jobs.
California voters overwhelmingly backed a 2008 ballot initiative giving more space to egg-laying hens. But weeks away from implementation, the specifics of what the law requires continue to be a matter of dispute and the outlook for enforcement is cloudy.
Lou Andersen began telling regular customers earlier this year that she was ready to retire and close down her knitting store, Lofty Lou’s in Placerville, but 25 of the regulars couldn’t imagine life without the place. They acquired it and persuaded Andersen to join their partnership. The group will take over as co-owners Jan. 1.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s January budget proposal is just around the corner, and it’s the event every lawmaker, lobbyist and chief financial officer in your life will be talking about over the holidays. Want to join them? Here are five things to watch
Now they can exhale. Every one of them. The players, the coaches, the alumni, the fans, followers and parents who hitched their hopes and dreams to this football machine and didn’t want to hit the brakes until after Week 16.