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Foothill residents in the Sacramento region are bracing for the second year of "fire prevention fees," a $150 charge that a class-action lawsuit alleges is an illegal tax.
A recent spate of fires on the American River Parkway that burned nearly 150 acres of trees and grass is raising concerns among environmentalists about the long-term impact of fires along the river.
El Dorado County has announced a six-month public education campaign to cut down on roadside vendors, many of whom county officials say operate illegally and unsafely.
More than 100 members of a local hospitality workers' union and their supporters rallied downtown Wednesday evening as they prepared to enter negotiations with the management of five area hotels.
The Wheatland Hop Riot ended up making history, recognized as an early shot across the bow in what would become an ongoing battle over compensation and conditions for field workers in the Golden State.
In Sacramento and across the nation, grocers and distributors are scrambling to meet the growing consumer thirst for craft beers.
The Sacramento region's veterans hospital is undergoing its largest expansion in more than a decade, adding a parking garage and three medical buildings to expand rehabilitation, mental health and outpatient surgery services.
When McGeorge School of Law announced July 5 that it would be reducing the size of its staff and student body by 40 percent, it was acknowledging a harsh new reality for law schools: Demand for their diplomas has dropped.
If you had to name the last place you'd find an animal rights activist, the California State Fair would probably be near the top of your list.
A group of about a dozen people gathered in front of the California Department of Transportation headquarters Friday to condemn the department for removing signs that criticized a plan to divert water from the Sacramento River.