The assignment: Look past the traditional textbook to make information more accessible and affordable for the college student. Show your work.
One Book Sacramento prepares for 9th year.
Edgar Allen Poe, master of the mystery and the macabre, is the Sacramento Public Library's author of choice for its ninth annual One Book Sacramento program, which runs through October.
Bestselling author discusses civility, genre fiction, his newly released Robicheaux title and his upcoming novel.
For a blunt-titled book with a tragic conclusion every reader knows, Thurston Clarke’s “JFK’s Last Hundred Days” surprises and occasionally delights.
Karina Banda has joined Sacramento Univision TV station Channel 19 (KUVS) as a co-anchor and reporter on the Spanish-language station's "A Primera Hora" morning show.
Sacramento's Channel 3 (KCRA) continued its long-standing ratings dominance in TV news time slots in July, according to the latest ratings released by Nielsen Co.
Despite progress in its digital initiatives, The McClatchy Co. reported lower profits Thursday as the newspaper industry struggles with a prolonged slide in advertising.
The big news last week was the revelation by the Sunday Times of London that "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling admitted to publishing a "debut" crime novel under the pseudonym of Robert Galbraith. "The Cuckoo's Calling" appeared in April (Mulholland, $26, 464 pages).
Local bookstores are in a mad dash to secure copies of "The Cuckoo's Calling" after the disclosure Sunday that the detective novel is the work of J.K. Rowling, the literary megastar behind the bestselling "Harry Potter" series.
The California State Fair opens Friday and will run through July 28, and a few hundred thousand fairgoers are eagerly waiting.