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UC Davis paid to repair its online image

Following the 2011 pepper spraying of students, the campus hired consultants to improve the online reputations of UC Davis and Chancellor Linda Katehi.
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Following the 2011 pepper spraying of students, the campus hired consultants to improve the online reputations of UC Davis and Chancellor Linda Katehi.

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The San Francisco 49ers have the seventh overall pick in the first round of the NFL Draft which begins Thursday night in Chicago. Sacramento Bee staff writer Matt Barrows takes a look at five players the 49ers could take with the seventh pick or i

1. Five players who 49ers may draft first

Before the NFL draft that began Thursday, April 28, 2016, Sacramento Bee staff writer Matt Barrows made a case for five possible draft choices the San Francisco 49ers might have considered. Turns out, Barrows hit his probable No. 1 pick right on the nose. (Bonus: Barrows’ shares his annual draft “crushes.”)

2. Cops looking for man seen running from double-fatal Lodi crash

Lodi police were hoping dramatic video of a man running from the scene of a crash that killed two people would result in his identification and apprehension. The man ran from the crash on Monday, April 25, 2016, on Lodi Avenue near Pleasant Avenue.

3. UC Davis paid to repair its online image

Following the 2011 pepper spraying of students, the campus hired consultants to improve the online reputations of UC Davis and Chancellor Linda Katehi.

Sacramento Kings unveil new logo to fans at Golden 1 Center.

4. Sacramento Kings unveil new logo

Sacramento Kings unveil new logo to fans at Golden 1 Center. (Bonus: Sacramento Kings fans get free tattoos with new logos.)

Three cows got loose on Highway 99 in Modesto on Tuesday, April 26, 2016. It took officers with the Modesto Police Department and California Highway Patrol, along with assistance from Stanislaus County Animal Control, to corral one of the cows. Tw

5. Cows fall out of trailer on Highway 99, prompting low-speed pursuit

Three cows got loose on Highway 99 in Modesto on Tuesday, April 26, 2016. Officers from the Modesto Police Department and California Highway Patrol, along with assistance from Stanislaus County Animal Control, corralled one of the cows. Two found their way to the Modesto Junior College agriculture center.

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