Remains determined to be those of a “prehistoric Native American,” according to the Yolo County Coroner.
Grantland Johnson, a trailblazing Sacramento politician who rose in rank while staying in touch with his community roots as a city councilman, county supervisor and top health official in state and federal government, died Tuesday at 65.
GAL2QK1S8.3Senior Photojournalist
He was 23 and on leave from the war; she was 19. John and Treva Hurt got married on Aug. 19, 1944 – and today, they’re among a tiny percentage of Americans to reach their 70th wedding anniversary.
GN12NV5G7.3Staff Photographer
Was the Gold Country burg of Columbia a lawless town in the 1850s? A re-enactment of an infamous shooting yields telling clues.
A West Coast branch of Smithsonian Institution would be much better than a soccer stadium.

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