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The project is called "No Address," and includes information about Sacramento, whose unhoused population jumped more than 70% in the last point-in-time count.
California students are back in school for the first time since their Thanksgiving break, but not all of them have teachers at the front of the class.
When a homeless encampment sprung up next to a county roadway near Fulton Avenue, the homeowner next to it believed it was the county's responsibility to clear it out.
The forecast this week is great news for the mountains and the valley, promising measurable rain and sierra snow.
The state Department of Justice is sending out a new round of grants to local law enforcement to take guns out of the hands of those who aren’t allowed to have them.
Her family said she dreamed of being a make-up artist.
Less than two years until the presidential election, Gavin Newsom said he will not run for the White House in 2024.
The Ukrainian American House brought hundreds of Ukrainian refugees together for a thanksgiving dinner.
For holiday shopping, Saturday is meant to turn shopper's attention toward local small businesses.
A Dodge Ram pickup crashed into a Mel's Diner Sunday morning, injuring several people.
The Escalon Cougars defeat the Sonora Wildcats, 35-34 late to clinch the Division V Sac-Joaquin Section Championship.
Police said that a man died after being shot Friday near Sacramento City College.
Los Angeles Times political writer Seema Mehta and News Nation Washington D.C. correspondent Joe Khalil joined Inside California Politics co-host Nikki Laurenzo to discuss the midterm elections.