The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted a mild winter Thursday, with warmer, wetter weather likely for much of the country from December through February due to a developing El Nino.
With crucial midterm elections three weeks away and the GOP threatened in the House, President Trump returns to immigration, injecting fear and national security into the campaign as many of his policy measures have yet to take hold.
Want to win the lottery? Mega Millions drawing for Oct. 19, 2018, has a pay out of almost $1 billion. Here are where to buy tickets, some tips that may help you hit the jackpot, and what to do if you win big.
Sacramento’s Bishop Jaime Soto said this week a list of Catholic priests accused of sexual abuse will not be available until next year, a change from an earlier plan to compile and release it within weeks.
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris has introduced a bill that could give American families up to $500 a month, in the form of a tax credit, to help them afford rising cost of living expenses. It faces long odds in the Congress but could help Harris politically.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is reviled by Democrats, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at campaign ads. That’s not true for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, whom Republicans love to include as a lightening rod. Why isn’t McConnell more of a poster child for the GOP?
Three men were arrested this week in Auburn after deputies found stolen chainsaws and PG&E hard hats in their vehicle. Authorities believe the property was stolen while PG&E crews worked to restore power after this week’s blackout.
Redding police responded at 3:09 a.m. Thursday to calls of a break-in at a Shell gas station, according to a news release. Officers canvassed the area and found 55-year-old Earle Keys, the suspected burglar, asleep behind the gas station.
A four-alarm structure fire at a mostly unoccupied building on North 16th Street was extinguished early Thursday morning, Sacramento Fire Department officials said. North 16th Street at North B Street will be closed indefinitely.
Up to 4,000 California inmates serving life sentences for nonviolent convictions have a chance at parole following the state's decision to let stand a judge's ruling saying those prisoners are eligible for freedom under a voter-approved law.