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Sacramento Bee

Crews fight back flames within feet of California homes
Sacramento Bee
Firefighters hosed down blazing trees within a few feet of homes threatened by a wildfire that surged through suburban canyons in Southern California and sent hundreds of people scrambling for safety. ... Related stories from The Sacramento Bee ...

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1 dead, several stabbed in California prison riot
Sacramento Bee
An inmate was killed and several others were stabbed Sunday in a riot involving more than 160 inmates at a prison on California's central coast, authorities said. The melee broke out around midday in the yard at the California Men's Colony near San ...

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CBS Sacramento

California Lawmakers Look To Free Older And Younger Inmates
CBS Sacramento
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — To ease overcrowding in state prisons, California lawmakers want to release more of the state's older prisoners and more of the inmates who were young when they committed their crimes. The two bills sent to Gov. Jerry Brown ...

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KTLA

Sacramento Boy Fatally Beaten With Hammer While Trying to Protect Sister From Sex Assault
KTLA
An 8-year-old Sacramento boy was beaten to death with a hammer while protecting his younger sister from being sexually assaulted by his mother's ex-boyfriend, according to a criminal complaint obtained by KTLA sister station KTXL in Sacramento. Dante ...
California boy killed protecting sister from mother's ex-boyfriend, grandma saysKMOV.com
California boy dies from hammer attack after trying to protect sisterBig Country Homepage
Attacked with a hammer, third-grader in California died trying to defend his little sister, family saysSFGate
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SwimSwam

CIF State Champ Lizzie Menzmer Gives Verbal Nod to San Diego State
SwimSwam
Sacramento, California's Lizzie Menzmer has made a verbal commitment to swim for San Diego State University in the fall of 2018. “I am so excited to continue my swimming career at San Diego State! I chose SDSU because I loved the team and the positive ...


Sacramento Bee

California colleges are turning away students. It's time to rethink funding for UC and CSU
Sacramento Bee
Thanks to our parents' and grandparents' generations, when we were growing up in California we knew that if we did the work in high school there was a place for us at the University of California (UC) and the California State University (CSU).

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Sacramento Bee

Passenger jet has emergency at California airport
Sacramento Bee
Smoke filled the cabin of an Allegiant Air jet after it landed at a California airport on Monday, forcing coughing passengers to cover their faces with shirts and firefighters to board the plane, authorities said. None of the 150 passengers or six crew ...

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KQED

California Cities Will Flood, So Why Aren't We Ready?
KQED
That's what happened in California after Hurricane Katrina twelve years ago. But many flood-prone communities are still struggling to meet those standards, including Sacramento, one of the riskiest flood zones in the country. Some residents there ...


Chelsey Blair Pettyjohn
Taft Midway Driller
Chelsey was born to Craig and Saundra Pettyjohn on August 26, 1991 at the Lemoore Naval Air Station Hospital, Lemoore, California. Chelsey passed away on September 17, 2017, in Los Angeles CA. Chelsey grew up in Lemoore California, and Bremerton ...


Sacramento Bee

1741 districts violated drinking water rules in 2016. Did you drink their water?
Sacramento Bee
Public drinking water systems in California violated state and federal regulations more than 4,700 times in 2016. This database contains every violation from that year. Most of the violations occurred at small systems serving fewer than 300 people, but ...

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