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The Commission on Judicial Appointments on Wednesday approved the nomination of Filipino American Tani Gorre Cantil-Sakauye unanimously as the chief justice of the California Supreme Court. Her nomination is subject for ratification on
More details emerged Monday after a man's mutilated body was found burning early Saturday in a Sacramento apartment. The 50-year-old man died of blunt force head injuries, multiple stab wounds and asphyxia, said Ed Smith, a coroner's representative.
Skooter reports -07/23/10 SACRAMENTO, California— Tani Gorre Cantil-Sakauye has been nominated by Gov. Arnold as the next Chief Justice of California. If elected, she would be the first Asian and Filipino-American
59 PDT Sacramento, Calif. (AP) -- Hoping to enforce a recent legal victory, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's administration is headed to court Friday to make the state controller comply with his minimum wage order for about 200,000 government workers.
The recording shows how the incident initially was fairly routine but became more dramatic, dangerous and potentially deadly. Four firefighters ultimately were hurt when the house exploded, though all four are home from the hospital. Cause of the
Calif. (AP) — Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's administration has filed a new lawsuit to force the state controller to pay California government workers the federal minimum wage. The Department of Personnel Administration filed the
The job involves watching over about $100 billion in transactions ensuring the state is spending money where it should and sounding the alarm when California is running out of cash. The controller is the state's chief financial officer, but it's a
Calif. (AP) — Jurors have determined a Northern California-based nursing home chain should pay nearly $30 million in damages over the death of a 79-year-old former Stockton woman. The award comes after the Sacramento County
Friday in the Fairfield courtroom of Superior Court Judge Donna Stashyn. Lewis-McKinney, who worked as an emergency department case manager at VacaValley Hospital without proper accreditation, was arrested in 2007 following a joint investigation by
Sacramento serial sexual offender, Marine killer due parole hearings The Christmas Day 1988 killer of a U.S. Marine on leave and a serial sex offender are among Sacramento area convicts who are scheduled for parole hearings next week.