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Many signed their names with ease. Some scribbled their names on the line with illegible penmanship, too young to sign in cursive. Others were so young they couldn't use a pen, needing their parents to sign for them.
Alichia Church describes herself as a child of poverty. She and her mother moved from Oakland to Sacramento to escape domestic violence when Church was 3.
For the last six years, Michael Pacheco has been walking or riding a bicycle when it's not in disrepair to Pioneer Elementary School in Foothill Farms with the children he is raising as a single father.
Her son came running into their apartment saying that men were picking on him for being in his church clothes while playing outside and were calling her names.
Following the publication of Monday's story about Japanese-American World War II veterans receiving the Congressional Gold Medal, many readers inquired about accessing the Pentagon Channel, which will air the ceremony at the U.S. Capitol Vis...
After 66 years, the U.S. government is recognizing 1,250 veterans who served in World War II segregated units with Congressional Gold Medals.
Fires that authorities called suspicious shut down two buildings at California State University, Sacramento, on Thursday afternoon, and another burned in a garbage can outside a third building.
The University of California, Davis, Department of Animal Science will hold its Horse Day on Oct. 22 with attractions that allow visitors to interact with the animals and those who work with them.
The UC Davis' Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association is holding the annual Dog 'n' Jog at the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital on Saturday to benefit the organization and its vector-borne disease control a...
For two years, Cody Baetge had no idea where his dog Cooper a Chihuahua-whippet mix had disappeared to, or even if he was alive. When Cody, 16, found out two weeks ago that Cooper was alive but found in Florida he was...