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Drug company targets Sacramento in Race for the Arts display

An eye-catching sculptural display installed Friday in Land Park as part of Saturday’s Race for the Arts is not an ordinary piece of art. The first sign? A large list of side effects printed on an element of the exhibit. Titled “The Tangled Tale,” the 28-foot exhibit of human figures on the grass near Land Park Drive was funded by Lundbeck Takeda, an international drug company partnership that sells Trintellix, an antidepressant.

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Pursuit ends with car crashing into fence in Citrus Heights neighborhood

An early morning police pursuit in Sacramento County ended with a car crashing into a fence in front of a Citrus Heights home. Sacramento County sheriff’s deputies said the chase began at around 3 a.m. Friday near Interstate 80 and Watt Avenue, where a Lexus sedan was pulled over for having expired license plates. The driver lost control of the vehicle in a Citrus Heights neighborhood and faces multiple charges.

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Sacramento's forgotten killers

Sacramento has had ties to more than its share of infamous serial killers, from landlady Dorothea Puente to Unabomber Ted Kaczynski. But there are countless other notorious killers whose names – and vicious crimes - are less well known to newer residents of the area. Here's a look at three of them who terrorized the Sacramento region.

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Downed trees put Curtis Park residents, developer at odds again

The cutting of a handful of trees on the edge of the Curtis Park Village development Thursday ignited another war of words between residents of adjacent Curtis Park and developer Paul Petrovich – who have repeatedly battled as he transforms a former railyard into a residential and commercial development.

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Lower temperatures expected in Sacramento area

A low-pressure system in the region will continue to produce slightly lower-than-normal daytime highs and overnight lows in the 50s in Sacramento through the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Delta breezes will push Sacramento temperatures even lower next week, forecasters said.

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Police cameras will keep watch on downtown near new Sacramento arena

The city of Sacramento will install 10 surveillance cameras near the new Golden 1 Center arena. A growing number of such cameras are going up in key intersections around the city.
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