Seven bodies found in backyard of downtown Sacramento Victorian in 1980s
‘The House Is Innocent’ to be shown at Sacramento Film and Music Festival
Proceeds from house tours on Sept. 12 benefit homeless services organization
The Sacramento City Council on Tuesday enacted new fees on developers aimed at subsidizing affordable housing projects.
Artice Nelson admits he was spoiled at Del Campo High School.
After years of legal fights and mass hunger strikes among California prison inmates, state officials and inmate advocates announced sweeping changes Tuesday aimed at curbing the use of solitary confinement for nearly 2,000 prisoners.
It took hunger strikes, pilot programs and years of litigation, but California agreed to alter its over-reliance on solitary confinement.
Yolo County tribe paid for TV ad challenging Washington Redskins’ name
Winters High School is phasing out Indian imagery in deference to the tribe
Other schools cling to team names that some find racist and offensive
Crime - Sacto 911
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Food & Drink
Insiders’ cooking method has been around for decades but is linked to modernist cuisine
It may sound difficult but it’s actually a very accessible technique for home cooks
Its real appeal is precision – and time flexibility
Dunne on Wine
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