From 2000 to 2010, thousands of California National Guard members improperly or illegally received enlistment incentive payments. Guard audits to date have found that at least 115 service members most of them officers committed fraud or acted improperly.
The state military faces steep challenges unwinding widespread fraud in a bonus program meant to boost troop strength
The San Juan Unified School District has entered its sixth month of investigating allegations that its superintendent harassed, bullied and created a hostile work environment for some female administrators.
California Strategies is not the only firm in Sacramento that offers clients a variety of services. But it has been a target of competitors who say the firm’s approach creates an uneven playing field: It has a long list of partners who have deep connections inside government but do not register as lobbyists.
Spurred by concerns that a Nevada hospital bused hundreds of mental patients across the country, in some cases to cities where they had no support system or treatment arrangements, Rep. Doris Matsui has introduced federal legislation that would impose hefty fines on facilities that engage in so-called “Greyhound therapy.”
A legal analyst at the state Department of Social Services surrenders her child care license after Sacramento County says she violated laws at a facility she operated.
Two former inspection aides in the Sacramento County Department of Agriculture and Weights and Measures contend their supervisor repeatedly sexually harassed them over several years. The county denies the claims.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a class action suit Tuesday against the state of Nevada, alleging the state improperly bused indigent psychiatric patients to the Bay Area.