'); } -->
Bill Snyder's kids have been waiting two years to tell you this: William Glen is back.
From exclusive Marin to tony Malibu, young food activists are sparking the renaissance of an old fraternal order the California Grange.
Lisa O'Shea rides alongside her husband, Rob, on the trail off Whitelock Parkway in Elk Grove on Wednesday evening.
A man in a wheelchair died when he was struck by a car early Wednesday in Sacramento.
Californians with disabilities and groups supporting them gathered at the Capitol today a daylong push to make their voices heard and to lobby for restoration of past budget cuts affecting them.
Nearly 40 years after the last shots of the Vietnam War were fired in Saigon, South Vietnam, Daniel Williams, 74, still remembers vividly the battles he fought in rice fields during the conflict.
Two-year colleges are seeing the first signs of relief from years of cost-cutting that produced a virtual stranglehold on students' ability to sign up for needed classes.
Sacramento police have surrounded a south Sacramento home where an armed person is believed to be barricaded.
A South Lake Tahoe police officer pleaded guilty today to witness tampering and obstruction, according to the U.S. Attorney in Sacramento.
Distressed home sales in California in April declined to the lowest level since February 2008, the California Association of Realtors said today.
The number of Sacramento-area homeowners who owe more than their homes are worth continued tumbling in the first three months of this year, real estate tracking firm Zillow reported today.
Want to plant a vegetable garden but have no space or sun? Join Sacramento's community gardens.
Californians planning to travel over the upcoming Memorial Day holiday weekend will be watching their pennies ... and staying on the ground for the most part.
About 57,000 drivers were ticketed for handheld cell phone talking and texting during an April crackdown by the California Highway Patrol and other police agencies.
A Sacramento man was sentenced in federal court for selling crack cocaine near an Oakland elementary school.
Sacramento police said no foul play is suspected in the death of a woman whose body was found in a Natomas canal.
If the thought of having their team renamed the SuperSonics and watching them play in Seattle wasn't upsetting enough for Kings fans, it could have been worse.
There had been so much goodwill surrounding the Kings leading up to the NBA draft lottery Tuesday.
Temperatures are expected to drop again today, reaching only the low 70s in Sacramento.
A man in a wheelchair died when he was struck by a car early this morning in Sacramento.
Two people were found shot to death in a car in Citrus Heights last night.
In building cities, it's all about controlling land and assets.
Fresno-based Central Valley Community Bancorp, parent of Central Valley Community Bank, says that all regulatory approvals have been completed for it to acquire Visalia Community Bank.
The final spring citywide pickup of loose-in-the-street green waste for residents now using containers will be held next week.
Northern California nonprofits, which struggled during the recession, are now seeing job and salary growth, according to the latest annual report by Oakland-based Nonprofit Compensation Associates.