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The number of Californians working from home jumped by about 290,000, or 36 percent, from 2008 through 2017, according to new census figures. [Read More]
As the six-month mark of the Stephon Clark shooting approaches on Tuesday, the fierce tensions that ran through Sacramento immediately after have largely dissipated, but... [Read More]
A shortage of sheriff's deputies across rural, small town California, including Trinity County, puts law enforcement and residents at a safety risk as response times... [Read More]
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A shortage of sheriff's deputies across rural, small town California, including Trinity County, puts law enforcement and residents at a safety risk as response times... [Read More]
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After six years of increasing prices, Sacramento residential real estate just hit a wall. Is it just the summer doldrums, or is the local market... [Read More]
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California cities and counties spent $3.7 billion total on overtime in 2017, a large increase from 2012. Governments say they're struggling to recruit police. Some... [Read More]
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California cities and counties spent $3.7 billion on overtime in 2017, a steep increase from 2012. Local governments say they're struggling to recruit police. Some... [Read More]
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California will add two million jobs in the next decade, with the fastest job growth coming in sectors that require college degrees, according to new... [Read More]
Home values nearly doubled across the Sacramento region in the past six years, but the vast majority of homes are still worth less than they... [Read More]
After a decade of expansion, many economists believe a recession could arrive in the United States by 2020, taking California and Sacramento along with it.... [Read More]
The Friant-Kern Canal in the San Joaquin Valley is sinking as parts of the San Joaquin Valley floor collapse because of subsidence, the result of... [Read More]
Median rent rose faster in Sacramento during the past 12 months than in any other major U.S. metro, according to Hotpads, a subsidiary of tracking... [Read More]
How much does it take to make it into the 100 top-earning CalPERS or CalSTRS retirees? A pension of more than $219,000. [Read More]
About 40,000 California high school graduates left the state for a four-year college in 2016, nearly double the 21,000 who left in 2006, according to... [Read More]
Nearly 4,300 Californians killed themselves in 2016, a 50 percent increase from 2001, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. [Read More]
Water in some parts of California is contaminated by pollutants including arsenic, nitrates and uranium. The unsafe water largely is in the San Joaquin Valley.... [Read More]
California's birth rate fell to its lowest level in at least 100 years during 2017, even dipping below levels seen in the Great Depression, according... [Read More]
Since the death penalty was reinstated in the late 1970s, California counties have sentenced convicted killers to death at widely different rates. How likely is... [Read More]
California charter school enrollment has increased 150 percent in the past 10 years, according to new data from the California Department of Education. About 630,000... [Read More]
More than 350 California workers die from work-related injuries during a typical year. Take a guess: Is it more dangerous to be a police officer,... [Read More]
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