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Eleven anti-drone protesters were arrested Friday and cited as trespassers on Beale Air Force Base, the most people detained at one time since arrests of the demonstrators began 18 months ago.
In a totally unexpected outcome that may not have pleased either side, a Sacramento federal judge on Wednesday acquitted an anti-drone protester charged with penetrating the boundary of Beale Air Force Base.
Following weeks of graphic court testimony and chilling videos of inmates writhing in pain as they were blasted with pepper spray, a federal judge has found that the use of force against mentally ill inmates in California prisons is unconstituti...
One defendant was sent home to care for his ailing wife, despite prosecutors insisting he deserved prison; the other was sentenced to a three-year prison term over the objections of the same prosecutors, who said he deserved less.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Two key figures in the federal government's bribery and racketeering probe of the tomato processing industry were sentenced Tuesday in Sacramento, with the defendants receiving starkly different treatment from U.S. Distr...
A Sacramento federal judge Monday approved a settlement that calls for the family of a man who was shot and killed by a police officer nearly three years ago to collect $2.2 million from the city of Manteca.
U.S. District Judge Lawrence K. Karlton, one of the longest serving federal judges in the Eastern District of California, announced Friday that he will step down Oct. 1.
Lodi-area terror suspect Nicholas Michael Teausant was returned to California this week, more than two weeks after his arrest, and pleaded not guilty Thursday to a charge that he tried to aid a foreign terror group.
The California Supreme Court today ruled a juvenile must have the consent of the defense lawyer to plead no contest to criminal charges.
One night almost five years ago, the manager of an In-N-Out Burger restaurant in Fairfield confused a group of well-behaved African American customers with a separate group of African American patrons he said went nearly “out of control.&r...