Nightly Buzz

Nightly Buzz, Aug. 16, 2019: Ban over crime + Airport parking woes + National parks posters

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City seeks ban against 7 residents accused of drug, theft, assault crimes

Sacramento is taking an aggressive tactic against seven residents accused of a series of property and drug crimes along the Broadway corridor.

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New economy lot opens at Sac International Airport

Sacramento International Airport has opened a permanent second economy lot to each a parking crunch.

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California sues Trump administration over ‘public charge’ rule

Governor Gavin Newsom and Attorney General Xavier Becerra have filed a lawsuit to block the Trump administration’s “public charge” rule, which would deny immigrants green cards if they are likely to rely on public benefits.

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Photographer creating national park posters reminiscent of WPA art

A photographer from Northern California is on a mission to create nostalgic posters of all of America’s national parks ... in a style inspired by the Works Progress Administration artwork of the 1930s.

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