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Sacramento State will celebrate Earth Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday with walking tours, food trucks and informational displays.
Third-grader Duncan Nakamoto of Elk Grove was surprised Friday morning upon learning he had won $100,000 toward his college fund in the “Big Dreams Start Small” national scholarship contest.
A team of Christian Brothers High School students won the 2014 Gordon D. Schaber Sacramento County Moot Court competition Tuesday.
Frustrated with aging facilities at 82-year-old Grant Union High School, Del Paso Heights community members on Monday asked school and political leaders to install campus HVAC units and consider other improvements such as filling the swimming po...
Lilian Velazquez Acosta offers daily English lessons to a group of women in her tiny kitchen, pointing to words in a book for her pupils to recite. Doing so helps keep her mind off the possibility that she could be deported.
Twin Rivers Unified unfurled a five-month plan Wednesday to correct heating and air-conditioning problems at Grant Union High School and Harmon Johnson Elementary School.
Twin Rivers Unified School District has paid Ricardo Sazo $225,000 to settle a lawsuit filed in 2011 alleging excessive force and negligence by its Police Department and Officer Jason Smith.
A tiny computer lab on the second floor of Riverside Hall at Sacramento State is producing high-tech warriors who could some day protect the United States from cyber threats.
Twin Rivers Unified trustees unanimously voted this month to approve Highlands Community Charter School in an attempt to resuscitate their district’s once-expansive adult education program.
Increased state funding has brought relief to most California schools, with 76 districts reporting they are no longer in financial peril, the California Department of Education announced this month.