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Play Structure At Park In Carmichael Set On Fire

Part of play structure at a Carmichael playground was still smoldering Tuesday morning after it was set ablaze hours earlier.

09/01/2015

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Two Men Shot In Sacramento Monday Night; Suspect At Large

Police are looking for the person who shot two men in South Sacramento on Monday night.

09/01/2015

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Man Accused Of Biting Police Officer In Elk Grove

A man is accused of biting an Elk Grove police officer after the man was reportedly acting strange and lurking around an ATM.

09/01/2015

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Grass Valley Jeweler Accused Of Selling Fake Gold, Silver Bars Could Face Tax Charges

Tax charges could be added to an already long list of felonies the owner of Grass Valley Gold & Silver is facing.

08/31/2015

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Drought Has Yolo County Batnado Peaking Early As Bats Search For Water

The mass flight of bats called a batnado can only be seen during the summer months, but experts say bat season came early this year.

08/31/2015

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Feds Cutting Folsom Lake Water Flows In Half As It Nears ‘Dead Pool’ Level

The lake has long stood as one of the most troubling symbols of California’s four-year drought, but with new projected outflows, it could be in deeper trouble.

08/31/2015

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El Dorado County Teen’s Arrest Brings Focus To Adderall Abuse By Students

The prescription to combat attention deficit disorder can be abused as a stimulant.

08/31/2015

SACRAMENTO, CA - MARCH 19: California Gov. Jerry Brown speaks during a news conference to announce emergency drought legislation on March 19, 2015. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

California Governor Creates Cybersecurity Agency To Prevent Attacks On State Agencies

The center, which will be a branch of the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, will also establish a multi-agency response team to provide warnings of cyber-attacks and asses the state agencies’ risk of falling victim to one.

08/31/2015

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Builders Group Worries Higher Sacramento Affordable Housing Fee Could Stop Development

Tuesday night the city council will consider placing a $2.58 fee per square foot on new construction for developers

08/31/2015

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California Farmers Claim EPA Water Rules Extend To Dirt Fields

The Environmental Protection Agency says any bodies of water near a river, or standing water that can affect waterways will fall under federal regulation.

08/31/2015

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Teen’s Drug-Dealing Arrest Likely Not Tied To High-School Football Players’ Injuries

Sheriff’s investigators say they got a tip about Adderall possibly being misused. A 17-year-old at the school was arrested for supplying drugs to minors

08/31/2015

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Vlade Divac Takes Over As Sacramento Kings General Manager; Peja Stojakovic Joins Front Office

Divac will be filling a role left vacant when former general manager Pete D’Allesandro left the team for the Denver Nuggets.

08/31/2015

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Wragg Fire

The Wragg threatened homes in Napa County in an area west of Winters.

The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco during its construction.   (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Looking Back: Golden Gate Bridge

On May 27, 1937, the Golden Gate bridge was opened to the public, connecting San Francisco and Marin counties.

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