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How Tom McClintock’s cowardly words motivated these grandmothers – and others – to get him out

Critics of Congressman Tom McClintock wanted him to hear their fears about losing their Obamacare benefits. When he didn't, they decided they wanted to defeat him in the next election.

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Upset with Trump? Well, maybe you should have voted

Donald Trump has record-low approval ratings for a new president, and the country has erupted in large protests, emotional Facebook campaigns, and angry town meetings. But only 58 percent of registered voters cast ballots in November, and that would have been the time to make your voice heard.

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Video or no video, here’s why cops can kill and not be prosecuted

District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert declined to prosecute two city cops in the controversial shooting of Joseph Mann, a mentally ill man who was killed by officers on July 11 in North Sacramento. Federal and state laws grant police officers wide latitude to use deadly force against suspects if the officers fear for their lives or the lives of others.

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Rehabbed pier now open on West Sacramento riverfront

The Mill Street Pier in West Sacramento's Bridge District provides views of a growing neighborhood and the downtown Sacramento skyline.
Ryan Lillis The Sacramento Bee
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Rehabbed pier now open on West Sacramento riverfront

City wants to limit access to parts of Del Paso Regional Park 0:54

City wants to limit access to parts of Del Paso Regional Park

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Take a look at Sacramento Mayor Steinberg's low-key ride

'Art Street' hopes to build on success of temporary display 1:27

'Art Street' hopes to build on success of temporary display