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A couple of weeks before the 2004 presidential election, Luis Alejo found out that the only polling place in Pajaro a poor, largely Latino farming community just outside Watsonville wasn't going to open. To vote, several hundre...
While it isn't as quick and easy as "CSI" makes it look on TV, DNA can be an amazing tool, catching those who have been literally getting away with murder and freeing those who have been wrongly convicted. Additional cover...
In the old days we're talking the late 1950s and early 1960s the loudest opposition to fluoride in drinking water came from right-wingers, in places like the John Birch Society, who called it a communist plot.
While much attention has gone to gay rights in the military, gay veterans are also fighting for equality in the courts, in Congress and the federal bureaucracy.
Dawn and Leonard McCutcheon wouldn't be anywhere else than the front row when racing comes to Marysville.
In the category of better late than never, the Sacramento City Council will finally get around next week to starting a citizen committee to oversee how a sales tax windfall is spent.
The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors today strongly opposed a bill that could lead to a later last call for serving alcohol at bars and restaurants.
Better late than never for Troy L. Nunley, who was confirmed today by the U.S. Senate to become a judge of the federal district court centered in Sacramento.
Jessica Funk-Haslam's slaying is only one of an appallingly long list of local unsolved homicides.
There were a record 349 suicides last year in the active-duty military, many more than were killed fighting in Afghanistan. But the specter of suicide doesn't end once service members come home. It gets worse.