→ View All
→ View All
Chiropractic Myths and Truths
After a series of mountain bike falls and ski injuries, Vance Jones began losing mobility. One day he stood up, only to crash to the floor with a massive back spasm. After pain meds and muscle rel...
Museum of Science and Curiosity
From Citrus Heights Sentinel...
Vice Mayor to Residents: ‘Be the Squeaky Wheel’
Citrus Heights Vice Mayor Bret Daniels, commenting on the cleanup of homeless camps near Sylvan Oaks Library, said residents should take full advantage of the city's reporting tools and new response team to help clean up the city.
From Rancho Cordova Independent...
New Shelter Opening for Area Seniors
A new 15-bed facility for adults aged 60-plus who are experiencing homelessness or housing instability will open soon through the county's Adult Protective Services.
2022 was a year that needed a lot of explaining. And California Local was there. Here are our 10 most important explanatory journalism stories from the year gone by, from immigration to cryptocurrency to wealth inequality and more.
The controversial Sacramento ballot measure that would allow law enforcement officers to clear homeless encampments appears to be on its way to passing.
New laws banning toxicity testing on dogs and cats, and making rental housing more pet friendly are among a slate of new animal welfare legislation signed by Gov. Newsom in September.
The number of people experiencing homelessness in Sacramento County has soared in recent years. What are the city and county governments doing about that?
The links between homelessness and crime are complex, and the idea that unhoused individuals present a danger to their community seems to be exaggerated.
Gov. Newsom and the state legislature should consider allocating $40 billion of the state's $97 billion surplus to subsidize the building of low-income housing.
How the California mental health crisis emerged out of the state’s history of deinstitutionalization and laws designed to protect the mentally ill, as well as the communities around them.
In which we ponder how to make things better in a climate of no.
A State Senate bill would allow quick rezoning for multi-family housing, as a new research study reveals the high cost of single-family zoning laws.
California's homelessness numbers continue to rise despite new spending on housing, services. Here's where the fight to end the crisis stands.