New Housing Project Aims To Help Sac State Students
City leaders are getting ready to break ground on a new housing project.
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Front Street Animal Shelter Takes Dog To StarbucksAfter being dressed up and taken to Starbucks for a photo op, this dog at the Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento has received lots of interest from parties seeking to adopt her.
Modesto Boy Pushing For All-Inclusive Awesome Spot PlaygroundThe sand at the jungle gym that’s at least 30 years old isn’t the only issue, but getting on the swings is virtually impossible. The new playground will allow people to strap their wheelchair right in and fly.
Unemployment May Be Declining, But Don't Let The Numbers Fool YouAccording to a report compiled by the Sacramento Business Journal, the youth unemployment rate in the Sacramento Region is one of the highest in the country at 16.5 percent and the number is well above the national average of 11.6 percent.
Trump Administration Steps Up Sanctuary City ThreatsThe Justice Departments sent letters to nine jurisdictions threatening to withhold funding if they don't show proof of immigration cooperation by June 30.
Business Owner Wants Stronger Rules On Service DogsHe says it's so he can tell real working dogs from fake service animals, but disability rights advocates say it's unfair to animal owners.
Highway 50 Bridge Resurfacing Will Have To Be Fixed, AgainCaltrans says a multimillion resurfacing job on the Highway 50 Bridge over the Sacramento River between Sacramento and West Sacramento has to be completely redone.


March For Science SacramentoMore than 10,000 participated in Sacramento's March For Science, one of hundreds around the globe today,
Thousands Join March For ScienceThousands of people in cities across California joined in the nationwide March for Science. Hundreds of cities in other countries took place in what was described as a "non-partisan" event meant to demonstrate disapproval with the Trump administration's resistance to evidence-based research.
Davis Police Stepping Up This Year For Picnic DayUC Davis is hosting its 103rd annual Picnic Day event. The event has a history of excessive drinking and violence/unruly behavior. Davis police have set up “enhancement zones,” with increased police presence and double fines for several offenses. Between 50 and 70 thousand are expected to be in the city for the event.

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