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Nightly Buzz, Aug. 7, 2019: West Sacramento ‘urban resort’ + 3D-printer shuttles + Wide Open Walls

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Riverfront hotel, restaurant, bar, pool planned for West Sac

Two prominent Sacramento families are proposing a boutique hotel, restaurant, bar and residential units along the riverfront in West Sacramento with panoramic views of the river and downtown.

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3D-printed electric autonomous shuttles reach Rancho Cordova

The self-driving 3D-printed electric shuttles called ‘Olli’ premiered today at the White Rock Corporate Campus in Rancho Cordova.

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Camp Fire muralist brings vision to Wide Open Walls

Chico native Shane Grammer has been going back and forth to Paradise to foster hope through a series of murals after the deadliest wildfire in California history devastated the community. He is one of 44 artists who will take part Sacramento’s mural festival, Wide Open Walls.

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Three wolf pups born in Northern California

This past spring, at least three gray wolves were born in Lassen or Plumas counties. With just a handful of wolves still in California, experts say the pups represent a positive step forward toward statewide wolf recovery.

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