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Nightly Buzz, Oct. 2, 2019: Trump backs off on water + Downtown affordable housing + Denny’s to burn

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Trump administration backs off on Delta water fight

The Trump administration retreated on a plan to push more water through the Delta after California officials protested it would have a harmful impact on endangered salmon.

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Affordable housing coming to state-owned lots

An affordable housing complex is set to be built at a downtown Sacramento lot a block away from Capitol Park.

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California starts water year with reservoir storage way up

California is enjoying an increase in average water reserves due to increases in snowfall and precipitation.

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Denny’s in Carmichael about to burn to the ground

A former Denny’s restaurant in Carmichael will be burned to the ground as part of a Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District training drill.

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