- Parents in Rocklin are demanding school leaders be more open with them about their children, specifically related to transgender issues. The Rocklin Unified School District School Board is set to vote on a new policy to force school staff to notify parents within 3 days if their child wants to identify as transgender or gender-nonconforming. Click here to read more.
- Sacramento City leaders are voting to extend the state's Project Roomkey for Sacramento. Project Roomkey was launched in te last 3 years with the goal of placing homeless in rooms to help them get off the streets. Click here to read more.
- A consumer advocacy group is ranking Sacramento as the second dirtiest city in the United States. The group released research from sanitation based 3-1-1 calls, ranking Sacramento high on the list of dirty cities. Click here to read more.
- The San Jose Mercury News is reporting that a consumer group is urging Attorney General Rob Bonta to launch a probe of insurance companies that have either left the state or pulled back their home insurance coverage. Consumer Advocates are concerned about collusion among the large insurance providers. Click here to read more.