These 12 common jobs have the highest percentage of full-time workers in California who are immigrants. More than half of immigrant workers are naturalized U.S. citizens; the noncitizens include legal and unauthorized state residents.
Wayne Thiebaud rose to national prominence in the 1960s and has called Sacramento his home for decades. The Sacramento State graduate is known for his colorful depictions of objects and scenes from everyday American life. Here's a brief look at the artist.
The California Highway Patrol released this video of an impaired driver colliding with a CHP cruiser to illustrate how dangerous DUI driving is to everyone, especially officers who are frequently exposed to traffic. CHP Golden Gate Division said it is one example of many in recent weeks where impaired drivers have crashed their vehicle into CHP patrol vehicles and CHP personnel. CHP is launching a DUI zero tolerance campaign.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 8.2 struck off Alaska’s Kodiak Island early Tuesday, initially prompting a tsunami warning. The warning has since been cancelled, but an advisory remains for part of the state.
World-renowned chef Jeremiah Tower, formerly of Chez Panisse and Stars, has been selected to lead this year’s Tower Bridge dinner on Sept. 30, 2018. The dinner, which spotlights local farms and ingredients, is the marquee event of Sacramento’s Farm-to-Fork Celebration.
Japanese-American Sacramento resident Reiko Nagumo was recently reunited with childhood friend Mary Frances White. After World War II threatened their friendship, the two hadn't seen each other since the 1940s.
Card players in a south Sacramento garage found themselves handing over cash at gunpoint early Monday morning. A woman called 911 at around 1:20 a.m. Monday reporting armed men in the garage at her home on the 3700 block of 42nd Avenue, according to a Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department media release.