Nightly Buzz

Tonight’s Nightly Buzz: July 26, 2019

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I-5 reconstruction project announcement

South Sacramento commuters, get ready to adjust your morning commute start time. Next week, Caltrans will anounce a 3-year resconstruction project on Interstate 5 through South Sacramento.

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Local employee tries to kill customer in his own home

An employee of a local business allegedly tried to kill a customer in his Arden Arcade home on Thursday. The suspect, 38-year-old Sean Timothy Warren, is accused of assaulting the customer in his home and fleeing the scene. The victim was taken to a hospital with visible injuries.

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The Diplomat faces eviction

The future of The Diplomat Steakhouse downtown is uncertain, as it faces eviction tonight. Last year, the Diplomat Steakhouse replaced Chops, a longtime hangout across from the Capitol. Now, the restaurant owes nearly $50,000 in rent and other expenses.

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New gondola for Squaw skiers

Placer County has approved a gondola to connect Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows ski resorts. The 8-person lift will take skiers and snowboarders from the base of Squaw to the base of Alpine Meadows in 16 minutes.

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