Kings agree to increase their lease payments and pay for practice facility.

At least we get better service and expanded free access at the courthouse as part of the deal

If we must suffer the indignity of TSA checkpoints, they ought to keep kids out of jet wheel wells.

Change is in the air in South Sacramento’s long-struggling North Franklin neighborhood.

Roberta MacGlashan will offer two separate ordinances at today’s Board of Supervisors hearing. They’re understandable, if extreme, reactions to the Legislature’s annual failure. They deserve serious consideration and raise significant issues.

A year after tragedy, runners take to the marathon course – and an American wins.

The merged Twin Rivers Unified school district seems to have turned a corner after its fractious first years. Relations between the North Sacramento, Del Paso Heights and Rio Linda areas remain somewhat strained, but all seem to be unifying around a dynamic new superintendent and the stellar team he is assembling.

In nature, renewal is mostly automatic. For humanity, renewal requires sacrifice.

The Bee’s editorial board met with the four leading candidates seeking to replace termed-out Secretary of State Debra Bowen. The secretary of state is California’s chief elections officer. We asked the candidates about whether the job ought to be nonpartisan, voter fraud and Cal-Access, the state’s campaign finance database.

To avoid “generation jobless,” we need to get beyond emphasis on four-year college to training for a range of post-high school options.

Fix50 will end soon enough. The LA and San Francisco traffic jams never will.

Sacramento surely is big enough for more than one professional theater, especially one that caters to children.

Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and handful of other states are salivating over Sriracha – or rather, the prospect of luring the hot-sauce maker, its hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars in revenue to their states.

The mayor pledges to parlay his new post at the U.S. Conference of Mayors into more federal aid and private investment for his hometown.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s water legislation needs work.

Does it make sense to spend millions on a limited renovation instead of seeking private money for a new arts venue?

Obama and congressional Democrats and Republicans need to craft a realistic immigration policy that accounts for the country’s real labor needs.

Recommendations from safety officials sit on the shelf for decades, while deaths pile up.

The five teenagers who died in the fiery bus crash on Interstate 5 near Orland on Thursday had more in common than just their destination of Arcata. These were the cream of the crop of their working-class communities, the shining lights of neighborhoods that see too many of their youngsters matriculate into state prison rather than state university.

The dynamic in the 4th Assembly District, traditionally a seat held by a Davis Democrat, has changed dramatically. Between redistricting and the top-two primary, the race to replace termed-out Assemblywoman Mariko Yamada, a Davis Democrat, is wide open.

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