Linda resident Ronald Trapp mourns the death of 9-year-old Tyler Trammell-Huston, who was mauled to death by three dogs that were described as pit bulls or pit bull mixes now being held at Yuba County Animal Control. "May the child rest in peace," Trapp said Monday, January 4, 2016.
Randy PenchThe Sacramento Bee
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A crowd of more than 30,000 took to Sacramento streets Saturday to advocate for women’s equality in the workplace, condemn sexual violence and criticize President Trump in a half-day rally that began at Southside Park and ended at the state Capitol.
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