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Central Labor Council leader Bill Camp was reinstated to his position as the group’s executive secretary this week after an internal power struggle, but plans to retire at the end of the year if a suitable replacement is found for him.
California’s new 3-foot law in effect Tuesday, requiring drivers to give cyclists 36 inches of elbow room, will not lead to a bout of ticket writing, Sacramento area local law enforcement officials predicted this week. Sacramento police an...
The California Highway Patrol points out that the new state law requiring drivers to give cyclists 3 feet of space when passing goes into effect today. If drivers don’t have 3 feet of space to give, they must slow and pass when no danger...
A Christian Brothers High School volleyball coach in Sacramento, missing since Wednesday, has been found in Klamath Falls, Oregon, Sacramento police reported Sunday night.
Sacramento area mosquito control officials reported Sunday they have confirmed 25 new samples of insects carrying the West Nile virus, a sign that the virus remains widespread in the region even as summer winds down.
Police on Sunday said they have no new leads on the whereabouts of a Florian Tria, a volleyball coach at Christian Brothers High School who was dropped off by a driver near her Curtis Park home Wednesday evening and has not been seen since.
All lanes on Highway 50 over the Pioneer Bridge downtown reopened as of 3 p.m. Sunday, Caltrans officials report, after nearly two days of major lane closures for freeway and bridge deck rehabilitation work.
Lodi police are investigating the shooting death Saturday night of a 20-year-old man who was reportedly gunned down by an assailant in a passing car.
Sacramento’s early-September heat spell will continue Sunday, but by Monday temperatures should be back down to seasonal normals. The National Weather Service forecasts a local high of 99 degrees this afternoon, making this potentially the...
Record temperatures and extremely dry conditions fueled the King fire in El Dorado County, which grew to 2,500 acres by Sunday evening and was rapidly spreading.