The state Employment Development Department said California’s unemployment rate remained at a record-low 4.3 percent in March. Despite the low jobless rate, statewide payrolls actually declined slightly last month, which economists noted.
Bay Area brands and trends long have flowed into Sacramento, but rarely the other direction. Now, however, several successful Sacramento food businesses — including Ginger Elizabeth, Mikuni and Fish Face — are expanding into San Francisco and other cities.
California state and local regulators in Sacramento are warning dispensary owners against holding off-site parties or allowing on-site cannabis consumption Friday during the annual celebration known as 4/20.
Sacramento Regional Transit will aggressively expand its on-demand bus service over the next year, with new shuttles around the county, including the downtown and the central city where the on-demand buses likely will compete with Uber and other ridesharing companies for customers.
Facebook’s chief promises to scale up use of artificial intelligence tools to flag problematic content on the platform. But as social media companies embrace AI, it could put new strains on public trust.
Aleksandr Kovalev, 54, of Rocklin, California was sentenced Thursday, April 12, 2018, to three years and 10 months in prison for his role in a mortgage fraud scheme involving real property in Sacramento, Fairfield and Stockton.
UC Davis and the city of Sacramento have chosen the hospital campus in Oak Park as the preferred site for Aggie Square, a technology and innovation district modeled after Georgia Tech's Technology Square.
What makes you tick, who you know, where you go, even where you might end up. The information you share in your profile is a snippet of what Facebook and its partners really know about you. Kevin Roose, a technology columnist for The Times, explains.