Hundreds of employees vented concerns over wage inequality and job security during rush hour today outside UCD Medical Center, as the third labor strike in 11 months hit UC campuses and hospitals statewide.
Sacramento Unified School District teachers are threatening to strike, but this action will not help solve the budget problem, the economic health of the city, or ensure a promising future for the students. Their demands will lead to insolvency.
Sacramento State’s Delta Chi fraternity had its recognition revoked Saturday, prohibiting the group from organizing on campus for the next three years following a university investigation into allegations of hazing.
Researchers have found age-damaged skin in older adults may contribute to a wide range of chronic, age-related conditions that includes heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease. The recommendation? Moisturize.
The City of Sacramento and Sacramento City Unified School District agreed to pay a $12.5 million settlement to a girl who was repeatedly molested during an after-school program at Mark Twain Elementary.
The college admissions scandal that national grabbed headlines Tuesday had particular resonance in the Sacramento area, where the man at the center of the alleged bribery scheme started his business and worked with hundreds of students.
The college admissions bribery scheme that has hit UCLA, USC, actress Felicity Huffman and other celebrities, CEOs and more got its start with William Rick Singer of Sacramento, who owns Edge College & Career Network.
A Sacramento man named William Rick Singer is accused of leading a college admissions scam that implicates actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, and CEOs in bribes to arrange for their children to be accepted into top U.S. universities.
William Rick Singer, who is accused of running a college admissions scam through The Key that included celebrities and CEOs’ children, appears to have gotten his start in Sacramento, California, helping high school kids.
Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are among dozens of celebrities and CEOs accused in a college admissions scam, court documents say. Schools targeted include Yale, Georgetown, Wake Forest and Stanford.
A Sacramento, California, man named William Rick Singer is accused of leading a college admissions scam that implicates TV actresses and CEOs in bribes to arrange for their children to be accepted into top U.S. schools and universities.