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Children With Special Needs Get Uplifting Experience While Flying Indoors It was love at first flight for a group of special needs kids Wednesday evening. As part of it's one year anniversary, iFLY Sacramento celebrated people with disabilities, by inviting them in for an uplifting experience with no barriers.
Getting Answers: Are Landslides Going To Continue In The Dry Season?As we transition to the dry season, are we going to see more landslides? Meteorologist Lisa Meadows is getting answers.
6-Year-Old-Boy Safe After Being Abducted In Los AngelesThe California Highway Patrol has now deactivated an Amber Alert out of Los Angeles for West Burnett, 6 who is described as a white male, 6 years of age, 3 feet 5 inches tall. He has brown hair and blue eyes and weighs 45 pounds.
Plan To Eliminate Insurance Companies, Give Health Care To All Californians Moves ForwardCalifornia lawmakers pushed forward Wednesday with a proposal that would substantially remake the health care system of the nation's most populous state by eliminating insurance companies and guaranteeing coverage for everyone.
Berkeley Police Plan To Be 'Highly Visible' Thursday Despite Coulter's CancellationPolice at UC Berkeley say they are preparing to deploy a "highly visible" presence of officers on campus, despite the cancellation of Ann Coulter's speech on Thursday.
Suspect In Fresno Shooting Rampage Charged With 3 Counts Of MurderThe black suspect in a racially motivated shooting rampage in Fresno was charged Wednesday with three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of white men he targeted randomly on the street, prosecutors said.

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President Trump: Dreamers Should 'Rest Easy' About His Immigration PoliciesPresident Donald Trump says young immigrants shielded from deportation -- often referred to as "dreamers" -- should "rest easy" about his immigration policies.
Judge Who Handled Trump University Suit Now Gets Controversial DACA CaseThe case may help define Trump's approach to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which was introduced in 2012 by President Barack Obama. Trump has kept it in place and made sympathetic remarks about its beneficiaries, angering some immigration hardliners.
Killing O'Reilly? Fox News Reportedly Working To Cut Ties With Host Over Harrassment AllegationsDozens of his show's advertisers have fled following reports of harassment settlements paid to other women. Bill O'Reilly has denied any wrongdoing.
Woman Punched In Berkeley Protest Video Speaks Out Against White NationalistNathan Damigo was involved in some controversy last fall after launching a campaign to recruit members for his pro-white advocacy group called Identity Europa.
California Approves $900 Million Of Projects For Gas Tax Hike SupportersGov. Jerry Brown and top legislative leaders agreed to support priority projects for four lawmakers who were undecided on the tax hike, which was approved with their support.
Trump Administration Drops Lawsuit Over North Carolina Bathroom BillBut advocacy groups, who say the new law continues to discriminate against gay and transgender people, have vowed to continue with a separate federal lawsuit.

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Best Carrot Cake In SacramentoCarrot cake: that crisp snap of a bit of carrot nestled among moist, chewy cake, along with that sweet cream cheese based frosting is something we all know well. Mom says "Eat your vegetables!," and you quickly turned away. But that "cake" part . . . well, okay. We all could handle that. Sacramento willfully exploits that first memory of carrot cake, and spins it on it's head, the way Sacramento does. The traditional take on this timeless classic is at the mercy of Sactown's culinary experts: It's a cake. No, it's a cookie. It has pineapple and exotic spices in it. You think you know carrot cake, but you don't know it like this. Read on for the 5 best carrot cakes in Sacramento.
Visit These 5 European Castles Without Leaving The StatesAn introduction to five of the finest European-styled castles in America
Best U.S. Destinations For Wine LoversCalifornia, Virginia, Oregon, and New York offer some of the nation's top destinations for wine tourism in the USA, increasingly of interest to leisure travelers.
Best Ways To Celebrate Earth Day In SacramentoSacramento, found at the confluence of the American and Sacramento rivers, is known as both the City of Trees and America’s Farm to Fork Capital. As these labels suggest, Sacramento is a unique community that offers many ways to celebrate the planet both on Earth Day and beyond. For 47 years, people around the world have used April 22 as a chance to show support for the protection and sustainability of the environment.
Best Fish Sandwiches In SacramentoForget the typical frozen fish fillet sandwich smeared with chunky tartar sauce on a rock-hard bun. In Sacramento, the farm-to-fork capital takes its food seriously and uses the freshest ingredients to bring the classic fish sandwich to new culinary heights.
America's 5 Best Waterfall HikesAn introduction to five of the very best waterfall hikes in America
Eight Tax Moves That Could Save You Money
Best Places To Picnic In SacramentoWhether it’s a family picnic or one of those romantic picnics with a special someone, the places on this list will definitely meet all of your picnicking needs and create long-lasting memories.

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