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Animal shelters are killing fewer cats and dogs in Sacramento. Is this approach sustainable?

David Dickinson, director of the county shelter, said there are over 300 cats at the Bradshaw Animal Shelter and many are kittens on Thursday July 19, 2018 in Sacramento. There is a free animal adoption through Sunday at the shelter.
‘Maybe it’s my legacy’: As final triathlon approaches, here’s how Eppie’s left its mark
Democrats find not-so-secret weapon in Trump controversies
Aerial insecticide sprayings set for Sacramento-area neighborhoods at risk from West Nile
Homebrewer from Roseville named ‘winningest brewer’ at international beer competition
Justice Department, gun rights groups clash after assault weapons deadline passes
KCRA’s Kellie DeMarco has successful surgery for polyps on her vocal cords
Trump was taped talking of paying for Playboy model’s story
WW2 soldier is buried in California 74 years after battle
Services set in Modesto for Cal Fire bulldozer operator killed fighting Ferguson fire


Laws must keep up with more wildfires
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


Why Nemanja Bjelica has agreed to sign with the Kings after backing out of 76ers deal
Kings to add depth at guard position, agreeing with Yogi Ferrell on a two-year deal
How will DeMarcus Cousins affect Warriors team chemistry?


Here are some facts about the four core cloud types

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