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Check out billionaire's $85 million Thousand Oaks estate up for sale 5:12

Check out billionaire's $85 million Thousand Oaks estate up for sale

Capitol chant: 'Fight, fight, fight. Housing is a human right' 0:57

Capitol chant: 'Fight, fight, fight. Housing is a human right'

A mid-priced Sacramento County home costs $330K. See what you get for that price. 1:08

A mid-priced Sacramento County home costs $330K. See what you get for that price.

Tahoe basin workers struggle to find affordable housing 1:17

Tahoe basin workers struggle to find affordable housing

California AG warns employers on immigration 1:19

California AG warns employers on immigration

California needs to prepare for recession, Jerry Brown says 0:42

California needs to prepare for recession, Jerry Brown says

Man captures Michigan meteor on camera while driving 0:10

Man captures Michigan meteor on camera while driving

Worms found in a package of fish at Fresno Costco 3:49

Worms found in a package of fish at Fresno Costco

What happens when the government shuts down? 1:38

What happens when the government shuts down?

Fresno ER patient didn't have to go far to ingest this disgusting bug 3:23

Fresno ER patient didn't have to go far to ingest this disgusting bug

  • Sacramento's apartment rental market continues to grow

    Sacramento is the fastest-growing apartment rental market in the nation, according to Yardi Matrix. Occupancy rates have hit 96.8 percent, and prices have spiked. Downtown and midtown areas are most in demand. Here's a look at just two of the area's developments.

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Large apartment building is coming to midtown – and this one has affordable units

Sacramento’s Planning Commission has approved the design of a six-story apartment building at 17th and S streets in midtown Sacramento. Capitol Area Development Authority, or CADA, and CFY Development are leading the project.

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Get to know gubernatorial candidate Antonio Villaraigosa

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'There are perpetrators...and enablers in this building'

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See how much California's gas tax will rise through 2020

Kevin de Leon says he has been 'humbled' by sexual harassment reports in the Senate 1:36

Kevin de Leon says he has been 'humbled' by sexual harassment reports in the Senate

Heated rent control fight splits renters, landlords

Groups of renters and landlords converged on California's Capitol on Jan. 11, 2018 for a hearing on a bill to ease restictions on local rent control laws.
Angela Hart ahart@sacbee.com
Heated rent control fight splits renters, landlords 1:36

Heated rent control fight splits renters, landlords

Capitol chant: 'Fight, fight, fight. Housing is a human right' 0:57

Capitol chant: 'Fight, fight, fight. Housing is a human right'

Take a tour of this $38 million Lenny Kravitz-designed Hollywood Hills mansion 0:40

Take a tour of this $38 million Lenny Kravitz-designed Hollywood Hills mansion

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Sacramento residents pay their taxes early