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A young boy, out target shooting with his father and family members, is now in a Sacramento hospital being treated for injuries.
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"The captain was quick to recognize he did not have his firefighter with him. He was separated because of that roof collapse", Cpt.
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Adrienne Lewis painted this portrait of Hillary Clinton for HillaryPAC, which is urging Clinton to run for president again in 2016.
Kathryn LaMadrid went missing in Fort Bragg 10 years ago. Her partner is still searching for answers to her disappearance, and is raising funds to aid the search effort.
Increased DUI patrol efforts from police departments across the county have led to 317 total arrests during the past two weeks - a period identified by officials as featuring elevated incidents of drunk driving.
SACRAMENTO >> The State Senate voted 31-1 Friday to approve Senate Bill 1358 by Sen. Lois Wolk, D-Davis, which requires baby diaper changing tables be installed in men's and women's restrooms in restaurants, department stores and other frequently visited public areas in California.
Less than 1,000 feet from a high school garden where Waldorf School kids learn about nature and severely disabled kids get some fresh air, a huge indoor shooting range is under construction and set to open soon.
The legislative session that ended in the wee hours of Saturday morning proved to be one of the most bipartisan and productive in years.
State lawmakers have wrapped up their two-year session by sending Gov. Jerry Brown bills dealing with groundwater regulations, political ethics and guns, all driven by high-profile issues captivating Californians.
It appears that Sacramento may sneak out of August with just one 100-degree day.
This July 6, 2011 file photo shows State Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, speaking during a news conference in San Francisco.
State schools chief Tom Torlakson meets with parents in Sacramento to talk about Common Core Standards on January 8, 2014.
Rita Raymundo will get a lump sum payment of $375,000 thanks to a winning Scratcher ticket from the California lottery.
Executive board members of the Central Labor Council declined to comment Friday after meeting for three hours with national AFL-CIO representatives about the fate of longtime Executive Secretary Bill Camp.
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