Devin Nunes’ lawsuit against Twitter and parody accounts “Devin Nunes’ Cow” and “Devin Nunes’ Mom” drew attention amplified their audiences. The Streisand effect directed readers to stories in The Fresno Bee.
9th Circuit Court of Appeals nominee Daniel Bress has lived all but one year of his adult life on the East Coast. California Senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris argue that should disqualify him from filling a California-based vacancy on the court.
Property owners in the Fresno area dislocated by the high speed rail project through eminent domain or as leveraged sellers worry losing their land was done in vain after CA Governor Gavin Newsom’s priority shift.
CalPERS board member Jason Perez asked the pension fund to consider reinvesting in tobacco. The pension fund divested from cigarette makers in 2001. CalPERS has withdrawn money from gun manufacturers and coal.
Democrats’ ideas on how to move comprehensive immigration legislation forward is at a crossroads — and how they choose to proceed will likely determine if Dreamers get action for the first time since 2012 or are left in limbo for at least another two years.
California Sen. Kamala Harris will host a sold-out event in a county where Republicans already fear increased Democratic enthusiasm from the presidential contest could hurt their candidates down ballot.
A man driving through Sacramento on Saturday had a comically large and unsafe pile of bags barely roped atop his pickup truck as he drove at freeway speeds, prompting a stop by California Highway Patrol.
Placer County Sheriff's Office Air Ops and Swift Water Rescue teams search for a man who fell into the American River near Auburn, California, on Sunday. Andy Odon Ortega Fonseca, 23, of Sacramento was found dead.
A “super bloom” of poppies near Lake Elsinore was a dream for sightseers, who flocked in their thousands, but a nightmare for locals and officials, who said they were dealing with “chaos." This footage shows the super bloom in the Walker Canyon.
An attorney for the scores arrested in East Sacramento’s recent Stephon Clark protests is laying the groundwork for a federal civil rights suit with a claim against the city of Sacramento, the Police Department and Sacramento County.
Conservationists want to join a legal battle in opposition to off-road vehicle users who are trying to overturn U.S. protections for a type of imperiled bird found only along the California-Nevada line.