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'Climate leaders' Justin Trudeau, Jerry Brown are both promoters of oil industry expansion

By Dan Bacher | February 10, 2018 | 
After going to yesterday’s “Save Our Coast” rally against offshore oil drilling in Sacramento, where not one single politician mentioned the massive expansion of offshore drilling in state waters under “climate leader” Jerry Brown, I felt very frustrated.
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Kings waive Joe Johnson

The Sacramento Kings announced today that the team has waived guard/forward Joe Johnson... Read More

Love is in the air - every day!


(Family Features) Chocolates? Roses? Been there, done that. Everyone wants to make sure the special someone in their lives knows how much they care. Here are some easy and fun ways to prove that he or she is number one in your book.
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Brown administration proposes construction of Delta Tunnels in two stages

By Dan Bacher | February 8, 2018 | 
After months of talk and speculation, the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation yesterday announced plans for a two-stage implementation of Jerry Brown’s controversial Delta Tunnels project, also known as the California WaterFix.
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Kings acquire Bruno Caboclo

The Sacramento Kings acquired forward Bruno Caboclo from the Toronto Raptors in exchange for guard Malachi Richardson, the team announced... Read More

Aggie freeskier off to 2nd Olympics

Brita Sigourney, once an Aggie, always an Aggie, is off to her second Winter Olympics — the Games that open later this week in Pyeongchang, South Korea. She is a freestyle skier, competing in the halfpipe, and she’s on a tear with first- and second-place World Cup finishes and a second-place finish in the X Games, all in January.

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Suspect arrested, charged in 2017 Walnut Grove murder

February 7, 2018 |  
A suspect who was already in custody at the Sacramento County Jail, was arrested yesterday for a June 2017 murder.
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African-American history tour

African-American history tour

Saturday, February 17, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Free born or slaves, slavery was not born in them. Celebrate the contributions of Sacramento’s African-American community as they struggled to gain a foothold in a dynamic and often hostile environment, and meet barbers, doctors, caterers, soldiers, singers, pastors, and others who settled the frontier. Sacramento Historic City Cemetery, 1000 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95818. For more information: (916) 448-0811

Child development experts discover potential upside to prenatal stress

Prenatal stress might not be so bad for babies after all, depending on how they are raised.  

New research with prairie voles by child development experts at the University of California, Davis, suggests that prenatal stress promotes developmental plasticity in babies, making them especially likely to benefit from good parenting as well as suffer from negligent care.

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Rising star Bogdanovic isn't playing like a rookie

In a rookie class headlined by franchise-defining floor generals and versatile big men, Kings guard Bogdan Bogdanovic has been flying und... Read More