Energy microgrids, which can power businesses, neighborhoods or even cities, are having a moment. They’re touted as alternative ways to keep the lights on when California’s big utility companies shut power to avert wildfires.
Comstock’s publisher Winnie Comstock-Carlson on downtown Sacramento’s attempts to reinvent itself and how retail shopping was — and still is — one key element in its rejuvenation.
Volunteers share their stories of bravery, resilience and trauma in the face of a growing wildfire threat in Northern California.
As California’s new student-athlete compensation law continues to spark a nationwide movement, the NCAA Tuesday agreed to allow college players to sign paid endorsement deals, but left itself room to define the terms of those agreements.
California might be enjoying a historic economic expansion, but at least 18 cities are currently at high risk of fiscal distress if a recession hits, according to a state auditor’s report.
Mark Otero left Electronic Arts and Capital Games, the subsidiary he helped found, with a strict noncompete agreement.
“Are they better than the utilities in the north? Yeah, probably. But does that mean that they are the gold standard? Absolutely not.”
After a lengthy negotiation period punctuated by a few unofficial leaks, the announcement several years in the making finally happened Monday morning: Sacramento earned a Major League Soccer franchise.
When Jimboy Rabanal moved his family to Stockton’s Yosemite Street Village, he heard the owner of the Yosemite Meat Market had placed the historic business up for sale.
The company recently broke ground on a new Woodland facility that will double its warehouse size and serve as a community hub at the intersections of gourmet food, farm to fork and pollinator support.