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A look at widespread fire devastation in Santa Rosa 3:27

A look at widespread fire devastation in Santa Rosa

Meet Goat, a 3-month-old puppy with some balance problems 0:44

Meet Goat, a 3-month-old puppy with some balance problems

Mayor Steinberg fields questions at contentious meeting on homeless shelters 1:07

Mayor Steinberg fields questions at contentious meeting on homeless shelters

Former Kings forward Omri Casspi 'really excited' to join Warriors 1:58

Former Kings forward Omri Casspi 'really excited' to join Warriors

Will Hyde bounce back? Is Kittle an answer to red-zone woes? 49ers to watch in Week 6 1:34

Will Hyde bounce back? Is Kittle an answer to red-zone woes? 49ers to watch in Week 6

'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?' 1:19

'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?'

Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now' 1:01

Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now'

See Cal Fire load up planes with fire retardant at McClellan Reload Airbase to help wildfires 1:00

See Cal Fire load up planes with fire retardant at McClellan Reload Airbase to help wildfires

Frank Mason always feels comfortable on the court 1:49

Frank Mason always feels comfortable on the court

Take a drive through the destroyed Fountaingrove neighborhood in Santa Rosa 2:04

Take a drive through the destroyed Fountaingrove neighborhood in Santa Rosa

  • Time-lapse images of Golden 1 Center construction

    Watch a time-lapse video documenting construction of the Golden 1 Center, the future home of the Sacramento Kings. Now updated to Oct. 29, 2015.

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Why aren’t Sacramento taxpayers getting more out of the arena deal?

Under the 35-year lease with the Sacramento Kings for Golden 1 Center arena, the city gets to hold nine days of civic events a year, free of charge. But so far in 2017, the city has used only three. There are no other events scheduled this year, and it’s use it or lose it.

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Lawyers running amok in California are suing over food

About 36 percent of all of the food-related class-action lawsuits in the nation are filed in California because the state’s laws are so biased the lawyers believe they can file meritless claims and get away with it – and sometimes they do. If the state doesn’t limit them, it will cost jobs.

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Why kids don’t belong on sex offender registry

A new law allowing children to petition to get off the registry is an important step, but California should keep them off in the first place. Placing kids on registries does not prevent future child sexual abuse and can diminish public safety.

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When is it a wetland? When a state board says so

The State Water Resources Control Board is engaged in a wholesale reclassification of millions of acres of public and private lands by choosing a new definition for the word “wetland.” The board is bucking the federal Clean Water Act, numerous court decisions and science itself.

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A look at widespread fire devastation in Santa Rosa 3:27

A look at widespread fire devastation in Santa Rosa

Meet Goat, a 3-month-old puppy with some balance problems 0:44

Meet Goat, a 3-month-old puppy with some balance problems

Mayor Steinberg fields questions at contentious meeting on homeless shelters 1:07

Mayor Steinberg fields questions at contentious meeting on homeless shelters

Former Kings forward Omri Casspi 'really excited' to join Warriors 1:58

Former Kings forward Omri Casspi 'really excited' to join Warriors

Will Hyde bounce back? Is Kittle an answer to red-zone woes? 49ers to watch in Week 6 1:34

Will Hyde bounce back? Is Kittle an answer to red-zone woes? 49ers to watch in Week 6

'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?' 1:19

'What are we going to do with people who no longer have a home?'

Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now' 1:01

Kamala Harris to Sonoma crowd: 'There are so many courageous people here right now'

See Cal Fire load up planes with fire retardant at McClellan Reload Airbase to help wildfires 1:00

See Cal Fire load up planes with fire retardant at McClellan Reload Airbase to help wildfires

Frank Mason always feels comfortable on the court 1:49

Frank Mason always feels comfortable on the court

Take a drive through the destroyed Fountaingrove neighborhood in Santa Rosa 2:04

Take a drive through the destroyed Fountaingrove neighborhood in Santa Rosa

Time-lapse sketch of Sacramento artist's drawing inspired by wildfires

Sacramento artist Stephanie Taylor's time-lapse drawing inspired by her awakening from a sleepy weekend in Petaluma to the smell of smoke in Sonoma County and a frightening escape from Northern California's wildfires.
Stephanie Taylor The Sacramento Bee
Time-lapse sketch of Sacramento artist's drawing inspired by wildfires 0:58

Time-lapse sketch of Sacramento artist's drawing inspired by wildfires

Jack Ohman: What happens in Vegas 1:21

Jack Ohman: What happens in Vegas

Jack Ohman: The next astronomical events in California after eclipse 0:47

Jack Ohman: The next astronomical events in California after eclipse

Solar eclipse 1:03

Solar eclipse