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- California pharmacy board delays action on translating drug labels -
- Fresno Bee: Appeals court approves bond sale for high-speed rail -
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- 49ers training camp Day 6: Big day for DBs; Tank made of iron
- Neel Kashkari, candidate for California governor, poses as homeless man
- Camaro crashes into Starbucks at high speed in Folsom
- Whole Foods plans new store in midtown Sacramento with 140 apartments on top
- 2014 could shape up as breakout year for 49ers LB Corey Lemonier
- The State Worker: Pay raises show California government stabilized
- Mayor, City Council want answers on Gold Rush Days cancellation
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- Kings complete arena financing, will start preparing Downtown Plaza for demolition on Friday
- Sacramento County sheriff acknowledges possession, use of cellphone surveillance technology
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Hailey, left, and her son, Cyrus, 2, of Sacramento, (who declined to give their last names) visit with CHP mounted officers, left to right, J. Lane, K. Dillon and C. Maxwell on the north side of the Capitol where Hailey is taking part in the first of a four-day national Occupy movement gathering at the State Capitol on Thursday, July 31, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif.
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In this Jan. 7, 2014, file photo, work continues on the new eastern span of the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge in San Francisco. A Senate investigative report released Thursday, July 31, 2014, finds senior officials overseeing construction of the $6.5 billion eastern span of the bridge repeatedly and deliberately brushed off criticism about construction problems and sought to keep information secret as part of an "institutionalized, if not malicious, lack of transparency in the project."
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Demonstrators show their hands painted with red paint as they protest against the Israeli army's bombings in the Gaza strip during a protest in Barcelona, Spain, Thursday, July 31, 2014. Israel said Thursday it has called up another 16,000 reservists, allowing it to potentially widen its Gaza operation against the territory's Hamas rulers in a war that has killed more than 1,300 Palestinians and more than 50 Israelis. AP Photo/ Emilio Morenatti)
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Rep. Jim Gerlach, R-Pa., left, and Rep. Dave Reichert, R-Wash., right, emerge from a closed-door Republican strategy session to deal with the immigration crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border after last-minute maneuvering failed to lock down conservative support, at the Capitol in Washington, Thursday, July 31, 2014. The surprise developments, coming on Congress' final day of action ahead of a five-week summer recess, were an embarrassing setback for Speaker John Boehner and his leadership team as a small group of tea party lawmakers once again upset their plans.
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Gay rights campaigners act out electric shock treatment to protest outside a court where the first court case in China involving so-called conversion therapy is held in Beijing, China, Thursday, July 31, 2014. A gay Chinese man said Thursday he was suing a psychological clinic for carrying out electric shocks intended to turn him straight, as well as the search engine giant Baidu for advertising the center. Words on banners from left read: "Gays, no need to be treated," "Support Haidian Court, Against twisted treatment," and "Ms. Baidu promotes gay treatment by Li Yanhong (Chairman of Baidu)."