The state can play a big role in getting a stadium done here, a court tells California to talk about sex and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.
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The case of the missing women, zooming in on East County and a week of haunting stories on death.
The big May Revise drops, Gonzalez passes two bills to boost working women, SoCal pols are split on Atkins’ housing plan and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.
Storms are a-brewin.
On fatigue, the exodus from neighborhood schools and more.
A guide to Capitol jargon, praise and controversy over Prop. 47 and what the California GOP can teach the rest of the country.
Speaker Toni Atkins boots Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez from the public safety committee, bills addressing police cameras and citizen cameras advance and the DA endorses a school threats measure.
For months, I scanned the social-networking-for-neighbors app Nextdoor with relatively passive interest. But over the last several weeks, things started getting a little weird in South Park.
What Toni Atkins is doing on spring recess, seven different bills addressing police body cameras and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.
District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis is still desperate to make the case that Aaron Harvey and Brandon Duncan are hardcore gangsters, and that journalists covering the case are a bunch of gullible dummies.