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Nightly Buzz, Aug. 19, 2019: Shooting law signed + River attack investigated + Restaurant moves

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Newsom signs new law on when police can use deadly force

Governor Gavin Newsom stood next to the brother of Stephon Clark, a man who was slain by Sacramento police, and signed what is believed to be one of the toughest laws in the country instructing police officers when they can use use deadly force.

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Experienced hiker found dead in Trinity County after 5-day search

An experienced hiker was found dead Sunday off trail in the Trinity Alps following a five-day search.

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Police seek man suspected in sexual assaults near American River

Sacramento police are seeking the community’s help in finding a man suspected of sexually assaulting two women near the American River on Sunday.

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Carmichael Italian restaurant Serritella’s is moving - but not far

Serritella’s Italian restaurant, a longtime Carmichael fixture, will be moving locations starting this week. It’ll be going across the street to the Milagro Centre.

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