Closing arguments are scheduled Wednesday in the murder trial of Alias James McLaughlin. A video camera left on after a detective left the interrogation room caught McLaughlin repeatedly apologizing to his dead daughter.
During his second State of the CSU address Tuesday, California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White announced new degree completion goals and called for increased state support for those efforts.
Sacramento County supervisors voted Tuesday to approve a low-income apartment complex in the heart of Arden Arcade, despite hearing complaints from about a dozen area residents who said it will contribute to traffic congestion and overall decline of the neighborhood.
The new sports arena is under construction in downtown Sacramento and city finance officials are confident they have a solid plan for the public’s contribution to the $477 million project. It’s the next few projects that could become a concern.
Ten years after California voters passed Proposition 63’s tax on millionaires to fund programs for the mentally ill, the state cannot document whether billions of dollars in funding have improved residents’ lives, according to a new report by the Little Hoover Commission, an oversight board.
In the spirit of National Chocolate Cake Day -- which has yet to declared an official holiday -- we’re playing to your sweet tooth. While there are other chocolate days, the Jan. 27 tribute to cocoa is our favorite.
The lie won’t die: A measles outbreak that started at Disneyland has infected nearly 90 people in seven states and Mexico. The virus is spreading, in part, because of parents who refused to immunize their children for fear the measles vaccine would cause autism.