‘Cyborg’ nerve implants help paralyzed patients pedal

New technology called functional electronic stimulation is helping some disabled people to walk and cycle again. Two Northern California men will be heading to Switzerland with hopes to compete in the world’s first Cybathlon competition for people using similar equipment.

Can Kings create an iconic public square?

Their vision for the pedestrian plaza encircling the new Golden 1 Center opening next week is nothing less than an iconic town square to rival the best in America and Europe, but with a unique Sacramento flair.

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See Coloring Book unveiled at Golden 1 Center

Artist Jeff Koons celebrates with local dignitaries as his colorful $8 million art piece is revealed to a cheering crowd of supporters on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016 in Sacramento.
Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
See Coloring Book unveiled at Golden 1 Center 1:18

See Coloring Book unveiled at Golden 1 Center

Golden 1 Center ticket holders get first view 1:13

Golden 1 Center ticket holders get first view

Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson 'more guarded' after pie attack 0:58

Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson 'more guarded' after pie attack

Farm-to-Fork Festival draws crowds to Capitol Mall 2:02

Farm-to-Fork Festival draws crowds to Capitol Mall

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