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Nightly Buzz, Aug. 14, 2019: Youth Detention Facility chefs + Rent control approved + Excessive heat

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Teens at Sacramento detention facility learn to be top chefs

10 teens at Sacramento County Youth Detention Facility participated in a culinary class offered at the center. The class provides cooking instruction and makes its students more eligible for employment upon release.

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Sacramento City Council approves rent control measure

The Sacramento City Council approved a rent control and tenant protection measure Tuesday. It allows for renter protections for tenants who live in housing built before Feb. 1, 1995.

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Excessive heat warning issued, Sacramento Valley temperatures trend toward 110

The National Weather Service issued an excessive heat warning throughout most of interior Northern California. Temperatures are expected to climb to triple digits.

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Sacramento runner sells rare shoe to Nike-themed hotel

A Sacramento runner sold one of the first pairs of Nike shoes to a Nike-themed hotel in Eugene, Oregon. Only about a dozen pairs of the shoes exist.

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