February 25, 2024

El Paso DA’s Request for $100,000 in Legal Fees in Limbo for Now

District attorney asks for county funds to hire outside legal counsel to represent him in an immigration lawsuit filed by the county.

sister libby Fernandez shares coffee with a member of the unhoused community in Sacramento.

December 20, 2023

Hope on Wheels: Mercy Pedalers Extend Compassion to Sacramento’s Homeless Amid City-County Dispute

As the numbers of unhoused individuals rise year-to-year in the city and state, politicians continue to argue about how to address homelessness. The COVID-19 pandemic, unaffordable housing, and lack of shelters, recovery opportunities, and medication are all factors that contribute to this growing problem.

Scales of Justice

November 12, 2023

40 Davids Challenge 3 Goliaths in Battle for Queer Rights at Religious Schools

There is a legal battle challenging LGBTQ+ discrimination within religious colleges in the United States. It revolves around the religious exemptions granted by the Department of Education under Title IX, allowing certain religious institutions to receive federal funding while circumventing regulations designed to protect LGBTQ+ students from discrimination. There are also financial interests at stake, involving non-profit organizations such as the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) and the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), both of which have intervened in the case.

November 7, 2023

Deception vs. Truth Olaplex Lawsuit Edition

Olaplex, a popular hair brand that can be bought in shopping malls, is facing criticism for damaging women's hair. A TikToker tells her story about how she lost hair due to product usage.

May 16, 2023

Crypto Firm SafeMoon and Celebrity Endorsers Sued for Alleged Misrepresentation

The suit claims Gen Z entrepreneur John Karony used the social media profiles of public figures like Jake Paul to generate hype surrounding SafeMoon's cryptocurrency.