The council will meet on Aug. 11 to discuss aspects relating to the “price and terms of payment” for the property at 7501 Sunrise Blvd.(Aug. 9, 2022) → Read the full Citrus Heights Sentinel report
The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District will assist the El Dorado County Air Quality Management District, Placer County Air Pollution Control District and Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District with an award of more than $7 million in federal funding for clean air projects.(Aug. 8, 2022) → Read the full Mountain Democrat report
A Sacramento African-American history project is inviting families who can share personal stories about their ancestry to a gathering Thursday night at Sacramento Youth Center in Del Paso Heights.(Aug. 4, 2022) → Read the full The Sacramento Bee report
Senators from California and Nevada have sent a letter urging the Biden Administration to re-establish the Lake Tahoe Federal Advisory Committee and to address senior leadership staffing issues within the USDA Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit.(Aug. 2, 2022) → Read the full Sierra Sun report
With 786 monkeypox cases recorded—nearly two-thirds concentrated in Los Angeles and San Francisco—California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency in response to the outbreak. The declaration will “coordinate a whole-of-government response.”(Aug. 1, 2022) → Read the full The Sacramento Bee report
These pandemic-related programs may have been able to reverse a trend that has been incredibly detrimental to Black families during past recessions, like in the Great Recession,.(Aug. 1, 2022) → Read the full The Sacramento Observer report
The California Highway Patrol is marking the two-decade anniversary of the Amber Alert system. Hundreds of abducted children have been found and returned safely to their families following its implementation in 2002.(July 28, 2022) → Read the full YubaNet report
For those living in wildfire-ravaged regions, help might be on the way. Covered California recently announced an application window for victims of wildfires, as well as those who live in fire-prone regions, to apply for assistance.(July 28, 2022) → Read the full YubaNet report
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the federal right to abortion, things are more than a little confused. But amid all the confusion, some things are simply not true. Veteran reporter Julie Rovner dissects three myths going around about the abortion debate.(July 27, 2022) → Read the full Voices of Monterey Bay report
Last year the city made Travel Noire’s list of 10 places where Black people are the most successful. However, the rate of Black entrepreneurship remains low.(July 26, 2022) → Read the full The Sacramento Observer report
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Wind power is essential to meeting California's goal of 100 percent clean energy by 2045. Moving wind farms offshore is the next step. Sites off of Morro Bay and Eureka will soon be leased by the federal government.
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The University of California is requiring candidates for faculty employment or promotion to write statements declaring their active support for diversity policies, but some see it as impinging on academic freedom.
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Steven Carrillo, an active-duty Air Force servicemember, fell down a rabbit hole of Facebook extremism and became convinced he could start a new civil war. Then he turned his online obsession into real-life murder.
The tunnel project, which would cost billions and take decades, aims to help shore up water supplies in much of California. The new environmental impact report outlines the impacts.
New state laws on police accountability are testing the limits of several agencies, including the Department of Justice, which say they need more resources for these new duties.
Sara Rubin here, thinking about how thousands of years before Monterey County as a jurisdiction even existed as an idea, it was inhabited by thousands of Indigenous people who called this place home. Numerous villages all over the region were…
California's "sunshine laws," such as the Brown Act, require public agencies to do their business publicly, but pending legislation would punch loopholes.
For years, consumer advocates and some legislators have been battling to rein in escalating health care costs. Now the state has created a new agency to limit future growth in health care costs — and it will have the power …