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 2018-12-14 22:52 

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As Kaiser strike ends, therapists say they hope behavioral health patients will benefit...

Kaiser Permanente says it has made huge strides in ensuring access for behavioral health patients, but during a five-day strike about 4,000 psychologists, nurses and others said more needs to be done....

 2018-12-14 22:35 

The Sacramento Bee

Federal fight over the state tax deductions is not over...

Democrats from California and other high-tax states will push to restore the state and local tax deduction when the party takes control of the House in 2019. Republicans' 2017 tax overhaul capped those deductions at $10,000....

 2018-12-14 22:12 

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How to cope with grief during the holiday season...

A psychologist explains how our brains deal with the grief process and how to cope with depression around Christmas time....

 2018-12-14 21:59 

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FEMA to open temporary disaster recovery centers for Camp Fire victims in Sacramento County...

FEMA will open two temporary mobile disaster recovery centers in Sacramento County. One in Citrus Heights will open for six days in December. One in Sacramento will open three days in December, three in January....

 2018-12-14 20:01 

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ABC10 reporter Wang leaves Sacramento for Miami: 'Taking my talents to South Beach'...

Frances Wang said Thursday on her official Facebook page that she will head to Miami to join CBS 4 as an anchor-reporter next week. She took the opportunity to jokingly imitate LeBron James in the process....

 2018-12-14 19:12 

The Sacramento Bee

California's top judge quits the Republican Party, citing Kavanaugh hearings...

California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye told CALmatters she is no longer a registered Republican. She left the GOP after watching US Senate confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh.....

 2018-12-14 19:03 

The Sacramento Bee

Child abuse allegation against California lawmaker 'troubling,' Assembly speaker says...

California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon says the Fresno police report that Assemblyman Joaquin Arambula injured his child is concerning. Arambula was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor child cruelty Monday....

 2018-12-14 17:56 

The Sacramento Bee

Marijuana dispensary wins approval to open in midtown spot of The Bread Store...

The city's Planning Commission Thursday approved Safe Accessible Solutions — soon to be "Kolas" — to relocate to 1716 J St. from an industrial area just east of Power Inn Road in south Sacramento where it's been open about five...

 2018-12-14 15:27 

The Sacramento Bee

UC Davis student apartment expansion will house 3,300 undergrads, university announces...

The University of California, Davis, will soon begin construction on a project to add housing for more than 3,000 residents. The West Village apartment complex expansion will add nine four-story buildings....

 2018-12-14 14:00 

The Sacramento Bee

Check out the longtime home of Taco Bell founder on market at $5.9 million...

The longtime San Diego area home of late Taco Bell founder Glen Bell is back on the market for $5.995 million. The 6.75-acre Rancho Santa Fe property actually has two houses on resort-like grounds....

 2018-12-14 11:00 

The Sacramento Bee

When it comes to border security, reforms are better than razor wire or a giant wall...

President Trump sent U.S. troops to the border and wants to build a giant wall to keep immigrants out. Reforming the claims process would offer more safety for America....

 2018-12-14 11:00 

The Sacramento Bee

SMUD's e-waste art gallery bridges gap between industry and ecology...

Angela Gonzalez's multimedia art gallery, "Waste Not, Want Not," which is being displayed at SMUD's art gallery, combines painting with scraps of e-waste, creating a juxtaposition that she said is meant to get onlookers talking about susta...

 2018-12-14 11:00 

The Sacramento Bee

Feud between Sacramento sheriff and inspector general started with a phone call...

Scott Jones and Rick Braziel both rose to the top of their law enforcement agencies. Now, they are butting heads over how Jones' sheriff's department should oversee officer-involved shootings. Braziel speaks out for the first time...

 2018-12-14 08:01 

The Sacramento Bee

Misconduct claim involving Kamala Harris aide came to agency months before she left office...

When U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris was California attorney general, her agency was told about a claim alleging misconduct by one her closest aides, three months before she left. Harris has said she didn't know until recently....

 2018-12-14 05:02 

The Sacramento Bee

Sacramento City Teachers Association proposes $60 million in SCUSD cuts...

Amid Sacramento City Unified School District's dismal fiscal situation, the Sacramento City Teachers Association proposed a plan Thursday evening to balance its budget while also funding student programs....

 2018-12-14 02:36 

The Sacramento Bee

Arrest made in killing of North Natomas librarian...

Sacramento Police arrested a man Wednesday on suspicion of the shooting death of Amber Clark, who was killed Tuesday evening in the parking lot of the North Natomas Public Library, police announced Thursday....

 2018-12-14 01:13 

The Sacramento Bee

PG&E wants rate hike to fund wildfire safety...

PG&E asked the California Public Utilities Commission Thursday for a $1.1 billion rate hike, with half the money going for wildfire safety. Utility is being investigated after the Camp Fire in Paradise....

 2018-12-14 01:09 

The Sacramento Bee

Bailed-out suspect arrested for continued car thefts...

A Sacramento man who had posted bail was arrested again on Dec. 6 on suspicion of continuing to commit the same kind of crimes he was first apprehended for....

 2018-12-14 00:39 

The Sacramento Bee

Should Jerry Brown clear out California's death row? These former governors think so...

California has 740 inmates on death row. Now, six former governors are calling on outgoing Gov. Jerry Brown to issue clemency or a moratorium on executions....

 2018-12-13 23:19 

The Sacramento Bee

Housing shortage will bite California's economy...

California's housing crisis is hurting the state's overall economy as employers face increasing shortages of skilled workers, especially in coastal areas where the housing squeeze is the tightest and local resistance to housing construction is the...

 2018-12-13 22:58 

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Once seen as crime magnet, Motel 6 has met terms of deal to improve local properties...

It wasn't long ago that the Motel 6 properties in Sacramento County were known for onsite crimes...

 2018-12-13 22:29 

The Sacramento Bee

Durant has high praise for surging Kings as Warriors prepare to visit Golden 1 Center...

Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors recognize the growth in the Sacramento Kings' young roster as they prepare to visit Golden 1 Center for the first time this season. The Warriors won a thriller last month in Oakland....

 2018-12-13 22:26 

The Sacramento Bee

Sacramento man gets 16 years after FBI sting busts him trying to arrange child assault...

A Sacramento man was sentenced Thursday to 16 years, 8 months in prison after he spent more than a month exchanging texts and instant messages with an undercover FBI agent, the U.S. attorney's office announced....

 2018-12-13 21:59 

The Sacramento Bee

Stingray dies in touch tank three weeks after SeaQuest aquarium's opening in Folsom...

SeaQuest Folsom aquarium is facing more backlash after a stingray died in one of its tanks at a new marine life facility at Palladio mall in California. Protesters plan a rally Sunday over the animal's death....

 2018-12-13 21:31 

The Sacramento Bee

A letter of apology from the president...

My family members were wrongly imprisoned during World War II because they looked like the enemy. in 1990, President George H. W. Bush signed letters of apology which were sent to my folks....

 2018-12-13 21:25 

The Sacramento Bee

Driverless shuttle buses are about to hit the road in Sacramento. Here's where...

Sacramento State students are about to become test riders for one of the first fully driverless shuttle bus services in the state. Starting in February, the university will launch two autonomous shuttle buses, ferrying students, faculty and staff on a mil...

 2018-12-13 20:31 

The Sacramento Bee

Sacramento and Placer counties receive multiple false bomb threats in nationwide scare...

At least eight people in Sacramento region have received a spam email that is circulating across the nation, containing a bomb threat and asking for payment in bitcoin....

 2018-12-13 20:24 

The Sacramento Bee

Pelosi makes clear why she's a boss...

Republicans target Nancy Pelosi because they fear her political mastery, which she demonstrated once again in a confrontational televised meeting this week with President Donald Trump....

 2018-12-13 20:13 

The Sacramento Bee

8-car 'chain-reaction collision' on Madison Avenue results in DUI arrest, CHP says...

A major pile-up involving eight cars on Madison Avenue near Interstate 80 injured two people Thursday morning, California Highway Patrol officials said....

 2018-12-13 19:56 

The Sacramento Bee

How did a donated human heart get left on a Southwest flight from Sacramento?...

A courier whisking a medically harvested human heart from Sacramento to Seattle accidentally left the organ on the plane Sunday, forcing Southwest Airlines to make a U-turn. The heart survived and was used in a heart valve replacement procedure, a West Sa...

 2018-12-13 19:31 

The Sacramento Bee

Will Newsom's cabinet reflect all of California?...

In the spirit of Bill Clinton, who once promised a cabinet that "looked like America," will Gavin Newsom compile a team that resembles the entirety of the Golden State, including Republicans?...

 2018-12-13 18:15 

The Sacramento Bee

Caught on video: Thieves smash truck into Rancho Cordova gas station, drag away ATM...

Rancho Cordova police and the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department are looking for multiple suspects in the smash-and-grab burglary of a gas station ATM and a similar failed attempt nearby, authorities said Thursday....

 2018-12-13 16:50 

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Suspicious death at North Highlands home prompts homicide investigation, authorities say...

A male found dead in a North Highlands residence is believed to be a homicide victim, the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department said Thursday....

 2018-12-13 16:41 

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Dog shot and killed after 'aggressive' attack on other dog, Rocklin police say...

A Rocklin resident who shot and killed a dog that was attacking another dog did not commit a crime, authorities said....

 2018-12-13 16:16 

The Sacramento Bee

How the Kings caught fire from 3-point range to 'light up the scoreboard' in a win...

The Sacramento Kings made a franchise-record 19 3-pointers in a 141-130 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday at Golden 1 Center. Nemanja Bjelica scored 25 against his former team to lead the Kings....

 2018-12-13 11:00 

The Sacramento Bee

Active chop shop discovered in Woodland, multiple arrests made, sheriff says...

Deputies responded to theft reports at several farms in the Woodland area over the last month, and police found an active chop shop operation. Three people were arrested and charged in relation to the chop shop....

 2018-12-13 11:00 

The Sacramento Bee

Young immigrant from Afghanistan would love to join a soccer camp this summer...

A boy from Afghanistan who has soccer fever needs help paying for a summer soccer program....

 2018-12-13 11:00 

The Sacramento Bee

Food review: Takata-ya serves up utilitarian dishes in a lavish setting...

Takata-ya, food, review, restaurant, kate, washington, teriyaki, sushi, dining,...

 2018-12-13 11:00 

The Sacramento Bee

The 'Claw' hasn't come for your leaves? Here's why...

Sacramento's "Claw" machines have not visited many Land Park for 20 days — well beyond the 14 days the city aims for between claw visits. Wet weather has slowed the Claw machines' progress....

 2018-12-13 11:00 

The Sacramento Bee

Volkswagen's obligation is to all Californians, not just the rich...

The company's plan to make amends for its emissions scandal would place electric car charging stations in high-income areas and along major highways. The company should place the stations in rural and low-income communities too....

 2018-12-13 11:00 

The Sacramento Bee

New 'smart' licensing tags at Front Street Animal Shelter may help you find lost pets sooner...

Lost your furry friend? Front Street's new licensing tags could help them be found faster...

 2018-12-13 11:00 

The Sacramento Bee

Beer column: Don't listen to the naysayers, craft is here to stay...

For the past five years, beer fans and critics have made a sport of guessing when the explosion in craft beer will end. But in 2017, craft beer had a 5% production growth while overall production dropped 1.2%....

 2018-12-13 06:46 

The Sacramento Bee

How a balanced effort and record night from 3 helped the Kings beat the Timberwolves...

Nemanja Bjelica scored 25 points to lead the Sacramento Kings to a 141-130 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night at Golden 1 Center. Here are three takeaways from the game....

 2018-12-13 05:00 

The Sacramento Bee

Here's what Californians want Gavin Newsom to deliver. Probably not high-speed rail...

A new poll from the Public Policy Institute of California, on Dec. 12, 2018, found that Californians want Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom to focus on achieving universal health care and free community college....

 2018-12-13 04:59 

The Sacramento Bee

'It's like losing a member of your family.' Library speaks out about Amber Clark's death...

Amber Clark was shot and killed by a masked gunman in the parking lot of the North Natomas Public Library, where she worked as a supervisor. She impacted how the library accommodates those with special needs....

 2018-12-13 04:34 

The Sacramento Bee

Sac City Unified school district says it will be broke in November 2019...

The Sacramento City Unified School District announced that it expects to run out of cash by November 2019 after months of financial crisis. The district is eyeing health insurance cuts to help cut the deficit....

 2018-12-13 04:03 

The Sacramento Bee

New 'smart' licensing tags at Front Street Animal Shelter may help you find lost pets sooner...

Lost your furry friend? Front Street's new licensing tags could help them be found faster...

 2018-12-13 03:15 

The Sacramento Bee

California shifts water from farms, cities to fish. But a Jerry Brown compromise plan isn't dead...

California's State Water Resources Board approved a plan Wednesday to shift Central Valley river water to fish from farms and cities....

 2018-12-13 01:54 

The Sacramento Bee

Advisers said no but City Council says Blue Diamond can demolish historic building...

Sacramento will allow Blue Diamond Growers to remove a North 16th Street building from the city's historic register and demolish it. City staff and a preservation group opposed the move....

 2018-12-13 01:04 

The Sacramento Bee

William Newsom III, prominent judge and father of governor-elect Gavin Newsom, dies at 84...

William Newsom III, a former California judge and the father of governor-elect Gavin Newsom, died at age 84 Wednesday. William Newsom was appointed to the Placer County Superior Court by Gov. Jerry Brown in 1975....

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