What's Next For Downtown Sacramento After Packed March Madness Weekend?
With 50,000 to 100,000 people converging downtown over the weekend, plenty of people got a chance to see what the city has to offer, but with that many people, the big concern is where to stay?
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Massive Sinkhole Has Grass Valley Dreading RainEarlier this year, a large sinkhole formed on Freeman Lane during the winter storms in just a matter of hours. The city is working to plan to fix it as the threat of more storms looms overhead.
Veterans Vow Fight Against Dakota Access Pipeline Isn't OverRobin Gage acknowledges it will create jobs, but she’s worried more Americans aren’t concerned about the environmental impact - from global warming to oil spills. She says the Trump administration is putting profit over public safety.
New Home For Greek Food Festival To Be Dedicated On SaturdayIt has been nearly 30 years since the Greek Orthodox community has been able to hold large events in its own neighborhood.

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Vigil Held For Quadruple Homicide VictimsVigil held to remember quadruple homicide victims
Massive Sinkhole Has Grass Valley Dreading RainEarlier this year, a large sinkhole formed on Freeman Lane during the winter storms in just a matter of hours. The city is working to plan to fix it as the threat of more storms looms overhead.
Veterans Vow Fight Against Dakota Access Pipeline Isn't OverRobin Gage acknowledges it will create jobs, but she’s worried more Americans aren’t concerned about the environmental impact - from global warming to oil spills. She says the Trump administration is putting profit over public safety.

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