Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones developed symptoms last week “after a workplace exposure to an employee (who) later tested positive.”
Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones has tested positive for COVID-19 and is quarantining, the department announced on Wednesday.
Unarmed father of two was shot in his grandmother's backyard after police thought his cellphone was a gun.
Because why not? Everything gets blamed on Obama.
Seattle just got snubbed again by the NBA, part of its ongoing status as the league's favorite Object Lesson in its civic extortion game. The city should be glad. It doesn't really want to be part of a league dominated by scumbags.
Thousands will be marching on the California State Capitol in in Sacramento on June 25th to ask the Legislature and governor to impose an immediate three-year foreclosure moratorium for California. Family Friendly-children encouraged to
Thirteen students attending six Cal State University campuses have announced that they will begin a hunger strike on Wednesday, and citing the failure of traditional routes to result in any dialogue to address their concerns about tuition
The problems of poverty keep getting pushed from one place to another (literally). We have so many people out of work and losing their homes. What,
Neil Cavuto Interviews Teabaggers: "We Don't Want The Change" And Kids Who Complain About Paying Taxes
The bizarroland of teabaggers has begun and Cavuto is all over it up in Sacramento. People dressed up in costumes that can't even speak make up the dr
[media id=7521] "Tent City" Rapidly Growing in Sacramento, CA Sacramento's homeless rate is rising fast. With more foreclosures, jobs lost and full
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