Sacramento’s appetite for mobile food was fueled three years ago with the debut of SactoMoFo, a festival that rounds up popular food trucks from Northern California. The event has continually drawn thousands in search of mobile munchies who are willing to brave epic lines, while a series of weekly SactoMoFo events feeds Sacramento’s suburbs and business parks.

GAQ2402DG.4Multimedia Photojournalist
Greg Bauer built a business for skiers, snowboarders and other outdoor adventure types. Suddenly, it seemed like it was all heading downhill and careening out of control.
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Just months before they died in 2011, Alvin and Alton Fletcher, disabled brothers in their 80s, signed over their Sacramento home to a woman who had been their caretaker, Julie Gutierrez.
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On Tuesday morning, tens of thousands of commuters will face a major challenge when Caltrans closes three lanes of Highway 50 downtown for its much-anticipated Fix50 rehabilitation project. The Sacramento Bee’s transportation reporter answers frequently asked questions.
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California Chrome, co-owned by Yuba City’s Perry and Denise Martin, heads to Kentucky as the favorite for the world’s most famous race.
G8R24I5E6.3Staff Photographer
As many as 80,000 bee colonies have died or been damaged this year after pollinating almond trees in the San Joaquin Valley, and some beekeepers are pointing to pesticides used on almond orchards as a possible cause.

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