Capitol Park is a little less tidy these days because of the death of Randall Koroush, a homeless man who for the past 20 years made it his daily mission to pick up trash, rake leaves and polish the ironwork around California’s statehouse. Koroush
On June 15, 2018, the Stockton Police Department completed a nine-month criminal investigation into a new subset of Nortenos who were involved in several shootings, including multiple homicides within the city of Stockton and San Joaquin County.
A Pony Express rider departs Old Sacramento on Wednesday, June 20, 2018, to help trace the historic route across the United States to Missouri. More than 550 riders will participate on a path that starts by following the American River to Folsom.
Sacramento is the largest resettlement location for refugees in the nation. Twelve teams made up of refugees from Iraq, Iran, Ukraine, Afghanistan, and Syria, played soccer at World Refugee Day at Papa Murphy's Park on Wednesday, June 20, 2018.
Local activists and community members participate in a silent protest at the Sacramento Police Station on the second day of the “8 days, 8 shots” protest on June 20, 2018. The eight days are meant to symbolize the eight times Stephon Clark was shot.
Tanishq Abraham was just 7 years old when he took his first college course at American River College. On Sunday, June 17, 2018, he graduated with a bachelor's in biomedical engineering just days after his 15 birthday.
Brian Hoffman of Charleston, SC talks about being stranded for the past two days at Charlotte Douglas International Airport due to the problem with the crew scheduling and tracking system at PSA Airlines, a regional subsidiary of American Airlines.
The NC Division of Motor Vehicles has revised its guidelines for what drivers should do when they are stopped by a law enforcement officer. The suggestions closely follow those in this video from the Raleigh Police Department, with one exception.
Recent homebuyer Marie Diaz inspects her new home in El Dorado Hills on Wednesday, June 13, 2018. Diaz is one of many who are selling their Bay Area homes for more affordable homes in the Sacramento area.