419 results for "Darrell Steinberg"
Promise Pathways is paying dividends at Long Beach City College and elsewhere.
Elk Grove leaders over the weekend abruptly backed out of a proposed sister-city relationship with a Nigerian city after learning of escalating sectarian violence and human rights atrocities in its region.
It was shaping up to be an encouraging day for Heather McCoy. The junior UC Davis managerial economics major joined hundreds of students at the university’s winter Internship and Career Fair last week, meeting potential employers, passing ...
The confession by a Davis teenager accused of killing an elderly couple last year can be used at trial, a Yolo Superior Court judge ruled Friday.
Former West Sacramento police officer Sergio Alvarez could be imprisoned for life for kidnapping and sexually assaulting women while on patrol in 2011 and 2012.
The jury deciding the case of ex-West Sacramento cop Sergio Alvarez deadlocked on 10 counts in his sex assault trial Wednesday after eight days of deliberation, but the former officer faces 17 other counts that could send him to prison.
Where there’s demand, there is opportunity, and today there’s opportunity in information technology. So says Darby Patterson, whose Sacramento Stride Center provides computer career training to low-income job-seekers facing barriers ...
Speakers and residents at a West Sacramento community forum Sunday night called for greater law enforcement accountability and an end to a controversial anti-gang injunction that the city’s Latinos say is discriminatory.
Elk Grove Food Bank Services, a fixture in the city for 40 years, is expanding its reach into south Sacramento neighborhoods north of the city limits.
Elk Grove neighborhoods could soon glow under LED light if leaders move ahead with a plan to replace traditional street lamps with the energy-saving technology, joining other cities that are switching to save money and electricity.