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Man caught pouring sugar on himself at closed Sacramento restaurant 0:38

Man caught pouring sugar on himself at closed Sacramento restaurant

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Witness stunned by sudden outbreak of violence at State Capitol

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Column of smoke near Auburn builds in Trailhead Fire video

Air support helping keep Trialhead Fire from exploding 1:54

Air support helping keep Trialhead Fire from exploding

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Activist Yvette Felarca says anti-fascist rally at the Capitol will prevent more violence

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Raw video: Man stabbed at Capitol neo-Nazi protest

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Four-plex fire in Sacramento displaces eight people

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Hiker lost on Pacific Crest Trail rescued by CHP helicopter crew

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Husband calls for driver who killed his wife to come forward

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Madness came to Sacramento, and the cops weren’t ready

As skinheads and ‘anti-fascists’ exchanged blows and taunts, cops were overwhelmed

Sunday’s melee underscores the incivility of this political season

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We all watched O.J.’s descent and still can’t see it clearly

O.J. Simpson’s life arc was captured by director Ezra Edelman in vivid detail in “O.J.: Made in America,” the five-part ESPN documentary. Some of the plagues of American society – racial divisions, the fetish of celebrity obsession, the 24-hour news cycle, the erosion of faith in institutions such as the courts – metastasized into diseases that have grown more acute in the years since the Simpson “Trial of the Century.”

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The fight, the war and how Muhammad Ali shaped my life

Muhammad Ali, one of the biggest forces in my life, died at age 74 Friday. He was a revolutionary figure who refused to serve in the Vietnam War. He was an African American who wouldn’t dance to anyone’s tune. He was an unflinching figure who wouldn’t bow to American racism or cultural convention. He wouldn’t be what you wanted him to be, but dared to be who he wanted to be. We witnessed; we weep.

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Mailer attacks Steinberg over senator arrests, McKinley Village

A campaign mailer that landed in mailboxes Thursday attacks Sacramento mayoral candidate Darrell Steinberg for criminal charges brought against three Democratic state senators while Steinberg was leader of their caucus. The mailer also tries to use his support of the McKinley Village development in East Sacramento as an example of undue influence by a developer.

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Kevin Johnson's history of sexual misconduct allegations 2:48

Kevin Johnson's history of sexual misconduct allegations

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Sacramento considers Seattle's homeless camp model

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Midtown Sacramento's tallest building in the works

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Video: Sacramento crews roll in for illegal camp cleanup

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Anti-fascist protesters confront TV crew at California Capitol

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Witness stunned by sudden outbreak of violence at State Capitol

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Man caught pouring sugar on himself at closed Sacramento restaurant

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Sacramento Art Hotel installation transforms doomed building into showcase for artists

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Sacramento mayoral candidates discuss farm-to-fork movement

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Sacramento artist installing huge sculpture at Kings arena

Bryan Valenzuela is one of two Sacramento artists to be chosen for public artwork at Golden 1 Center.
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Sacramento artist installing huge sculpture at Kings arena 1:39

Sacramento artist installing huge sculpture at Kings arena

Kevin Johnson's history of sexual misconduct allegations 2:48

Kevin Johnson's history of sexual misconduct allegations

Midtown Sacramento's tallest building in the works 1:08

Midtown Sacramento's tallest building in the works

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Sacramento mayoral candidates discuss farm-to-fork movement