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Alexander Hamilton Letter Up For Auction In SacramentoAn original letter written by one of the founding fathers will be auctioned off in Sacramento this week.
How Will Sacramento Avoid Bike-Sharing Blight Other Cities Face?In Seattle, a photo shows a bike-sharing bicycle locked on top of a stop sign. In Dallas, a photo shows someone put one on a power pole.
Sacramento Regional Transit Sees Steep Rider Drop In 2017The hope was the Golden 1 Center would attract more customers, but a year after opening and a year after rate hikes, RT just isn't seeing the impact.
Armed Robbers Who Targeted Card Game May Have Played EarlierThe game was happening in the area of 42nd Avenue near 37th street at around 1 a.m. on Monday when armed robbers broke in.
Honor Farm Escape Has Weston Ranch Residents On EdgeDeputies with the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office are still searching for that inmate and are now turning to the community for help.
Ohio Opioid Crisis Means More Organ DonorsLifeline Ohio saw a record number of donors and recipients in 2017. It saw a "drastic" 37 percent increase in the number of organs transplanted.
Lawmaker Installs Hidden Camera In Response To Misconduct AllegationsBrent Crane says he felt the need to take extra steps to protect his reputation after seeing multiple lawmakers face accusations of sexual misconduct.
Missing Man Prompts El Dorado County Water EmergencyInvestigators say the man entered through a vent on top of the pipe. He has not been located and it's unclear if he's still alive. 
State Senator Says Bail Advocates Trying To Twist 'Me Too' Movement In AdsThe video was produced by backers of California's bail industry; an industry state Sen. Bob Hertzberg is trying to reform.
Six Masked Suspects Sought In Armed Robbery Of Stockton Jewelry StoreSix men wearing dark masks and hoodies went into the store and smashed the jewelry store displays. 
Trump Imposes Steep Tariffs On Solar Panels, Washing MachinesMost imported solar modules will face an immediate tariff of 30 percent. For large residential washing machines, tariffs will start at up to 50 percent.
Family Sues Cops Over Man's Death In Swatting HoaxThe unarmed 28-year-old man was shot by police responding to a California man's call with a fake story about a shooting and kidnapping at the home.

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