UC Davis students have launched a pilot program to make free menstrual products available to all students. The university chapter of Period, a national nonprofit, aims to stock all women’s, men’s and gender-neutral bathrooms on campus soon.
A University of California Davis student group faces backlash after criticizing a photo of fallen Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona holding a Thin Blue Line flag, also known as the Blue Lives Matter flag.
A scheduled meeting between the Sacramento City Unified School District and the Sacramento City Teachers Association ended before it began after district officials walked out and the teachers’ union called it a “setup.”
Multiple local school districts are removing special needs students from Guiding Hands School in El Dorado Hills, where a boy with autism died after being held in a prone restraint by staff, after being told to do so by the state.
New data suggests that if California lowered its bar exam required score to the national average, the number of African-American and Hispanic law school graduates passing the exam would dramatically increase.
The Sacramento City Teachers Association and Sacramento City Unified decided to close a complaint the teachers made after school officials questioned if they were involved in a student-led walkout in March
Foster and shelter kids were invited to the Sacramento Police barn to ride and pet horses Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019. Here's how excited they were to ride Tango under the supervision of mounted police officer Skyler Baldock.
Melissa Lasater pulled her son with autism from Guiding Hands school after the death of a student. She has been trained in prone restraint techniques, which she demonstrated for The Bee. She and her son tell us why they left the school.