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Oakland A’s Fans Come Out To See New Triple-A Affiliate Come To Sacramento After Switch

After more than a decade as a minor-league affiliate for the A’s, the River Cats switched to the San Francisco Giants in the offseason. The Nashville Sounds are now the triple-A home of the A’s

3 hours ago

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Sacramento Police Warning Thieves Going To Great Heights To Steal Bikes

“It can be a matter of two to five seconds if a person has scoped out the bike that they want, go up there, clip it and ride away on it,” said Sacramento Police Sgt. Rachel Ellis.

3 hours ago

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Family Hopes Classic Car Reward Will Help Search For Hit-And-Run Suspect

Police have no leads in the investigation of a hit-and-run driver who killed a Vietnam War veteran last month, but his family is now giving away a classic muscle car for information leading to the suspect’s capture.

22 hours ago

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Car Impounded, Driver Ticketed After Sideshow On Business 80

A sideshow stopped traffic on Business 80 near Cal Expo Sunday afternoon.

05/24/2015

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Sacramento Sushi Lovers Undeterred By Salmonella Scare Linked To Raw Tuna

It’s a busy Friday night at Lou’s Sushi Restaurant in Midtown Sacramento. Owner Lou Valente says raw tuna only has a shelf life of two days.

05/22/2015

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California’s Unemployment Rate Dips To 6.3 Percent

California’s unemployment rate dipped slightly in April to 6.3 percent as the economic recovery created nearly 30,000 new jobs.

05/22/2015

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1 Person Injured In Sacramento Duplex Fire

A fire at an apartment in Sacramento sent one person to the hospital. One unit was completely destroyed by the fire at the Parkwood Square apartments on Bluebird Lane near Howe and El Camino avenues.

05/22/2015

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Small Business Takes Big Blow From Thieves In Downtown Sacramento

Sometime late on Tuesday, someone broke into Preservation And Co., a specialty food store in Downtown Sacramento. They cleaned out the register, grabbed laptops, cash, cameras and T-shirts and even jars of pickles.

05/21/2015

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Sacramento LGBT Center Decries Delay In Transgender Inmate’s Sex Reassignment Surgery

Michelle-Lael Norsworthy was scheduled for the sex-change procedure in July after an order from a lower-court judge, but after she was found eligible for parole, the state decided there is no evidence the treatment is immediately necessary.

05/21/2015

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California State Senator Wants To Take Bite Out Of Traffic Ticket Fees

According to the state legislative analyst’s office, a basic stop sign ticket in California starts at about $35. But if you factor in a state surcharge, state and county penalty assessment fees and other court costs, that $35 ticket is now $238.

05/21/2015

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Advocates Worry Bill Could Make It Harder To Find Out Cause Of Foster Children Deaths

The new language in a proposed bill caught the attention of media lobby groups, including the California Newspaper Publishers Association. Attorney Jim Ewert says social services wants to “describe” or summarize how a child dies instead of providing actual records.

05/21/2015

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1 Shot At Cesar Chavez Park In Sacramento

Police say bike officers in the area were hailed down by someone in the park claiming their son was acting erratically and needed help. They say as the officers approached, the man pulled out a knife, and that’s when the officer opened fire.

05/21/2015

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