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California asks other states to fill void on climate change

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California was clear about its ambitions when it enacted a law on global warming just over a decade ago. Progress on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the law said, would have "far-reaching effects by encouraging other states, the federal government and other countries to act."

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College libraries ditch books for study space

The remodeled undergraduate library at the University of California, Berkeley, is modern and sleek. Its top two floors have low-slung couches, a nap pod, and meeting spaces with glass walls made to be written on and colorful furniture meant to be moved.

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Marijuana grow house crime scene after double homicide in south Sacramento

Sacramento Police Department spokeswoman Linda Matthew describes the details of the shooting on the 5900 block of 68th Street Sunday. Two people are dead after an attempted home invasion on an illegal marijuana grow, Matthew said.
Ellen Garrison egarrison@sacbee.com
Marijuana grow house crime scene after double homicide in south Sacramento 0:56

Marijuana grow house crime scene after double homicide in south Sacramento

See dramatic changes from 2015-2017 in Truckee River water flow 1:46

See dramatic changes from 2015-2017 in Truckee River water flow

Fire rages in garage of La Riviera Drive home, but family safely flees the destruction 1:01

Fire rages in garage of La Riviera Drive home, but family safely flees the destruction

Two adults evacuated in La Riviera Drive house fire 1:01

Two adults evacuated in La Riviera Drive house fire