Here are the changes coming in how we vote in Sacramento
Sacramento is one of five counties that will be testing a new voting system, starting with the June 2018 primary. All registered voters in these counties will automatically be sent a ballot 28 days prior to Election Day. Voters will be able to return their ballot by mail, deliver it to a drop-off location, or cast it in-person at any vote center in the county. Here's more:
An official portrait of Sen. Tony Mendoza is removed from a display of active Senators in a hallway outside the Senate chambers on Thursday. Mendoza resigned from office just as his colleagues considered whether to expel him.
Sacramento artist Stephanie Taylor's time-lapse drawing inspired by her awakening from a sleepy weekend in Petaluma to the smell of smoke in Sonoma County and a frightening escape from Northern California's wildfires.
In August 2017, families with children who have a rare genetic mutation gathered with scientists at a hotel in suburban Washington, DC, at the invitation of Sacramento lobbyist Joe Lang, whose daughter Jordan has the disorder. Will and Lisa McCart
Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman shows you the Trump Scout Handbook after President Donald Trump inserted political content into a speech Monday, July 24, 2017, at the National Scout Jamboree before 40,000 Boy Scouts.