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Is 'precipitation whiplash' headed for California?

Sacramento's 13th and K streets were under water in January 1862 after a historic flood gripped the area. Scientists say the risk of another monstrous flood will increase because of climate change.
Sacramento's 13th and K streets were under water in January 1862 after a historic flood gripped the area. Scientists say the risk of another monstrous flood will increase because of climate change. Sacramento History Archives

In case you missed it:

Climate scientists are expecting more droughts and more floods.

Activists say they have gathered enough signatures to qualify an initiative for the November ballot that would clear the way for stronger rent control in California.

Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom said he didn't attend rehab after his 2007 affair.

Soda companies are backing a ballot initiative that could limit local tax increases.

From the opinion pages:

The Sacramento Bee Editorial Board has made its endorsement in the race for California attorney general.

Carmela Coyle of the California Hospital Association says Assembly Bill 3087 will devastate hospitals.Anthony Wright of Health Access, disagrees.

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