The moment captured: 15-year-old graduates from UC Davis with biomedical engineering degree
Tanishq Abraham was just 7 years old when he took his first college course at American River College. On Sunday, June 17, 2018, he graduated with a bachelor's in biomedical engineering just days after his 15 birthday.
Longtime Woodland resident Deborah Bautista Zavala, 33, hits the campaign trail for Woodland school board with her two children Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018. She is one of several young women of color running for elective office in Yolo County.
SEIU representative Ian Arnold speaks on the importance of classified employees at a press conference Thursday, September 20, 2018, announcing a collaboration between four of the five unions associated with Sacramento City Unified School District
A former teacher from Citrus Heights, California, who now lives in San Luis Obispo wrote a book about her class writing letters to an 800-pound pig from Firebaugh in the 1970s. Now, she wants to reconnect with her former students.
A group of Sacramento High School students walked of classes Friday morning, Sept. 7, 2018, demanding the St. Hope CEO and board members meet with them to make changes to school policies that they feel are unfair to students.
Developers plan to build housing for 4,000 Sacramento State University students near Highway 50 and Folsom Boulevard, creating a new “university village” south of the campus, and reducing student commutes and traffic and parking woes.
Delta Commuity College Student Diana Rivera describes how a man commandeered a bus carrying approximately 10 students from her school at Sacramento State on Friday, Aug. 17, after abandoning a CHP patrol vehicle he had previously hijacked.
Roseville teacher Douglas Mason, on unpaid leave on allegations he sexually harassed a 14-year-old high school freshman in 2017, has a history of warnings, reprimands and suspensions for inappropriate conduct dating back to 1997, records show.
High school artists are getting the opportunity to fill the abandoned Mansion Inn with their art before it's torn down for renovations. They can apply to be a part of Tearing Walls Apart until September 5.