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- Lanes close on I-80 after crash kills woman, child near Madison Avenue
- City votes for task force to study building new Sacramento performing arts venue
- In Sacramento DA’s race, Schubert backers rip Krell on pay issue
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- Poll finds California voters open to tinkering with tax-limiting Proposition 13
- Californians support state-funded preschool for 4-year-olds, survey shows
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A construction worker assembles a scaffolding between the east and westbound lanes of the W-X freeway on Thursday, April 17, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif. where both the outer shoulder and medians will be widened by 2.5 feet along the W-X freeway as part of the Fix50 project which will have lane closures in both directions starting April 22nd.
Eric Risberg / AP
Joseph Amster, left, and Donna Huggins, right, watch as a rare period black lace gown and coat are unveiled during the annual anniversary luncheon of the 1906 Great Earthquake and Fire at John's Grill Thursday, April 17, 2014, in San Francisco. On Friday it will be the 108th anniversary of the earthquake and fire that claimed over 3000 people and destroyed 80% of San Francisco. The pair were dressed as historical figures Emperor Norton and Lillie Coit. At the event a call was made to find and preserve historic clothing from the city's Gilded Age.
Peter Dejong / AP
A girl poses in a sea of tulips at Keukenhof , in Lisse, near Amsterdam, Netherlands, Thursday, April 17, 2014. Keukenhof, one of the best known international attractions, is a showcase of the Dutch floricultural industry, with a special emphasis on flowering bulbs. Keukenhof is open from March 20 till May 18 2014, and is expected to attract over 800,000 visitors, admiring over 7 millions flowers.
Rodrigo Abd / AP
Actors reenact the baptism of Jesus during Holy Week celebrations in the Rimac River in Lima, Peru, Thursday, April 17, 2014.
Terrell Lloyd / AP
In this photo released by the San Francisco 49ers, the first pieces of turf are installed at the new Levi's Stadium Thursday, April 17, 2014, in Santa Clara, Calif. The installation of 2.5 acres of sod will take two days. The turf will come out in rolls 42 inches wide and will be approximately 100 feet long. The team selected West Coast Turf's Bandera Bermuda for the playing field. The stadium opens in August. The installation began in the north end of the stadium and work its way south.