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

No movie character better represents the 2014 California mainstream than Jeffrey Lebowski.

Coal still plays a major role in California for generating electricity.

Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman: Open carry

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.

Having a supply of high-quality, rigorous mine methane offsets on hand next year when the carbon-intensive transportation fuels sector comes under the state’s cap is the most surefire method to keeping prices manageable at the pump.

While the Senate had its Day of Reflection to contemplate ethical obligations, the Assembly turned its attention to the task at hand, whether to legalize Internet poker in California.

Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman: No kid, but I did find a six ounce shampoo bottle

As long as Justice Ginsburg is fully engaged, she is right to ignore the chorus of liberals asking that she retire.

Pope John Paul may be a revolutionary figure in the history of the church, but a man who looked away in a moral crisis cannot be described as a saint.

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.

Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman: Tesla Battery Biz

The rise of professional strategists has changed the mental climate of the time, especially in the realm of politics.

Those who argue that mass transit isn’t cost-effective forget to calculate the cost of gridlock.

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

If you are like most Californians, you like that you can vote on important issues via our state’s initiative process. It is a century-old tradition in California – let the people speak and follow their wishes.

“One Hundred Years of Solitude” gave me a new way of looking at the world. The label “magical realism” does not begin to capture the poetry of Garcia Marquez’s imagination or the evocative power of his prose. Reading his masterpiece was like stepping through a portal into a Technicolor reality where the streets are paved with metaphor and the air is fragrant with dreams.

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.

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.

Despite no rainfall the first four months of Shahar Caspi’s second season of raising food for his neighbors, water usage dropped 30 percent and yields increased. So, how does he do it?

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

Disaster news spreads quickly as people talk to loved ones, call or text, post to Facebook or elsewhere.

Californians helped birth Elon Musk Inc., so why is he thinking about building his battery factory in states other than California?

What would racist comments toward the president look like?

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

Re “Squeezing the middle class” (Forum, April 13): Susan Sward quotes author Thomas Frank, who blames some conservatives for “reducing corporations’ tax burdens.” In fact, the corporate tax rate in the United States is the highest in the world.

Without the No Child Left Behind waiver, Sacramento will once again be seen as a place where caution replaces boldness and the status quo replaces innovation.

Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman: California, the final frontier

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