- There could be more paychecks in store for California state workers. New legislation at the Capitol would change how state workers are paid from once a month to twice a month. It would make twice-a-month paychecks a reality for more than 2,850 state employees. Click here to read more.
- The use of illegal fireworks increases at this time of year and with the hot, dry weather forecast for the weekend those fireworks can be dangerous. Sacramento County is now targeting homeowners in their fight to crack down on illegal fireworks. Click here to read more.
- The California state reparations task force, which has recommended reparations for Black Californians who descended from slaves, will hold its final hearing tomorrow before making its final proposal to the Legislature. The meeting will be held tomorrow morning at the Secretary of State building in Sacramento. Click here to read more.
- Sacramento Republic FC owner Kevin Nagle says he will announce plans for a new stadium in Sacramento within the next 60 days. Nagle recently bought a team in the English football league. and he is urging major league soccer to grant an expansion team to Sacramento. Click here to read more.