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City may have contributed to West Nile virus outbreak in Pocket area, officials say

Bret Barner, a laboratory technician with the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito & Vector Control District places a trap for mosquitos at Seymour Park in the Pocket neighborhood on Wednesday, July 18, 2018. A resident found a dead crow that tested positive for West Nile Virus causing the district to capture and test for mosquitoes.
Trial date set for white nationalist in Capitol riot case
Fake charity pledged to fight veteran suicide. Instead, it kept millions of dollars.
Sheriff: 11 people dead after Missouri tourist boat accident
She used her DMV computer and stolen mail to commit ID theft. Now she’ll do prison time
Pilot in fatal Truckee plane crash had expired medical certificate, FAA says
Stop investing in immigrant detention companies, California teachers tell pension fund
Why drones raced and crashed all throughout Golden 1 Center on Thursday
Fake, misleading social media posts exploding globally, Oxford study finds
Covered California premiums will rise on average 8.7%. See the increase in your area


Developers also have a plan to solve Sacramento’s housing crisis. You’ll hate this part
Can California chase down tax refugees? The Supreme Court could help decide
Zuckerberg’s Holocaust faux pas reveals a bigger problem


This former Cal Poly player gave up pro baseball to become a priest. 9 years later, he's back on the field
Shaquille O’Neal went to social media for help. Why one response hit nothing but net
Bagley vs. Ayton II and a trip to Seattle highlight the Kings’ preseason schedule


Watch the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department jump into lip sync battle

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