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The University of California, Davis announced today that it is expanding its long-standing partnership with the Chilean government with the creation of a $12 million life science center.
When Lyndsey Young and three twenty-something friends piled into a convertible in Vancouver, Canada, on Friday, the destination was Sacramento.
The two-day Aftershock music festival got underway at Sacramento’s Discovery Park this afternoon.
The California Department of Public Health confirmed Friday it is investigating allegations that the Sacramento-based Farmer’s Rice Cooperative may have sold sub-premium and potentially unsanitary rice as premium grade rice.
A class action suit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court alleges that the Sacramento-based Farmers’ Rice Cooperative misrepresented the rice it sold to rice brokers, retailers and sushi restaurants.
If you want to know which additives are in the wine you’re drinking, looking at a label will do you little good, as most labeling is voluntary in the U.S.
Bill Braack is an anomaly at the California Capital Airshow this weekend; he delivers thrills while keeping his wheels on the ground.
If you can’t buy conservation land, the next best thing is renting.
Sacramento classical music groups receive $1.1 million windfall from estate of former U.S. Forest Service workerWednesday, September 3, 2014 at 5:51 PM
Three classical music organizations in the Sacramento region will share in a $1.1 million bequest from the late J. David Ramsey, a former U.S. Forest Service worker.
The Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care Center is tending to 10 orphaned bear cubs – the most it has ever had at any one time since it started taking in bears in 2000.