A Texas judge ruled to strike down the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. But it continues to be the law of the land while the court case plays out, and California residents can still sign up.
ABC10 TV reporter Frances Wang will head to Miami to join CBS 4 as an anchor and reporter next week, she said on her Facebook page. She jokingly imitated LeBron James: ”Taking my talents to South Beach.”
The city’s Planning Commission Thursday approved Safe Accessible Solutions — soon to be “Kolas” — to relocate to 1716 J St. from an industrial area just east of Power Inn Road in south Sacramento where it’s been open about five years.
SeaQuest Folsom aquarium is facing more backlash after a stingray died in one of its tanks at a new marine life facility at Palladio mall in California. Protesters plan a rally Sunday over the animal’s death.
A courier whisking a medically harvested human heart from Sacramento to Seattle accidentally left the organ on the plane Sunday, forcing Southwest Airlines to make a U-turn. The heart survived and was used in a heart valve replacement procedure, a West Sacramento organ donor company told The Sacramento Bee.
The farm bill passed by Congress is mostly a status quo bill, with little changes to current programs, and several provisions essential to California agriculture will remain the same as the last farm bill passed five years ago.
Another unplanned outage at Mississippi's Grand Gulf nuclear power plant is adding to regulators concerns that reliability problems at the largest single-unit nuclear power plant in the United States may be affecting power markets.