STOCKTON - A federal education official Wednesday offered little information as to why federal agents raided a Stockton man's home Tuesday morning. WEB EXCLUSIVE: Hear Kenneth Wright talk about the search warrant served at his home
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SACRAMENTO - While high school students across California are opting for iPads, many Sacramento State attendees still prefer good-old textbooks.
Comcast said Monday that it will install more neighborhood Wi-Fi hotspots in its service markets to encourage Internet customers to stay connected on their handheld devices even when they're not at home.
SACRAMENTO - When Alex and Anna Nikolayev learned they would have a second one-hour visit Friday at the hospital with their baby boy Sammy, the news came as the one happy moment to cap off a difficult day.
Full transcript of Governor Jerry Brown's State of Emergency declaration for California due to drought conditions.
DAVIS - Former UC Davis police Lt. John Pike has been awarded $38,056 for psychiatric injuries he claimed to have suffered following a 2011 campus pepper-spraying incident that drew worldwide criticism.
The FBI has questioned a number of real estate professionals linked to fraudulent transactions involving a Stockton man arrested last week.
SACRAMENTO - News10 looks into how some attorneys who specialize in Americans with Disbilities Act compliance violations do business.
A Sacramento woman with a severe peanut allergy said she thought United Airlines had assured her she wouldn't have a problem. Now, she's suing after a mid-air allergic reaction forced an emergency landing and sent her to the hospital for days.