'We Want a Kid You Don't Have Any Idea What to Do With'
Sacramento Academic and Vocational Academy helps very vulnerable students succeed in high school—and beyond.
California's Largest Proposed Water Storage Project Hits Regulatory Hurdles
Regulators warnings that the Sites Reservoir may have to cut its stated water storage goals have thrown the future of the ambitious project into doubt.
Facing a Massive Pollution Problem, California Is Fighting Against the EPA's Efforts to Roll Back Emissions Standards
California, the most polluted state in the country, is engaged in a fight with EPA to keep higher auto emissions standards.
Sacramento's Quest to End Solitary Confinement for Kids
After settling a lawsuit for conscience-shocking behavior, a youth detention facility in Sacramento is setting the course to end punitive solitary confinement nationwide.
Independent Autopsy Finds That Police Shot Stephon Clark Mostly in the Back
Clark turned out to be unarmed, and his death sparked large protests organized by Black Lives Matter and other groups.