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Authorities in El Salvador began the final count of votes Monday in a presidential runoff whose razor-close margin led the conservative challenger to announce his party is on "a war footing" to challenge alleged fraud.
When you follow the money in this case, the details and parties involved open a window into the mercenary trade of land development in downtown Sacramento.
Authorities declared El Salvador's presidential runoff election too close to call late Sunday, with just a 0.2-percent margin separating a one-time Marxist guerrilla and the conservative former mayor of El Salvador's capital.
A former Marxist guerrilla who has promised to continue the government's popular social programs is poised to win El Salvador's presidential election runoff on Sunday, giving the ruling party a second consecutive term.
At his State of the City address last month, Mayor Kevin Johnson cited the construction of a new B Street Theater in midtown as one of several projects that will elevate Sacramento and break ground in 2014. There is just one problem: A new B Str...
It was an important week in Sacramento.
The CDC estimates that six of every 10 colorectal cancer deaths could be prevented in men and women over 50 if they were screened routinely.