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Located at the confluence of the Sacramento River and the American River in California's expansive Central Valley, Sacramento grew fast due to the protection of Sutter's Fort. During the California Gold Rush, Sacramento was a major distribution point, a commercial and agricultural center, and a terminus for wagon trains, stagecoaches, riverboats, the telegraph, the Pony Express, and the First Transcontinental Railroad.

Population: 486189
Local Newspapers: Sacramento Bee
Local Sports Teams: Sacramento Kings (NBA)
Local Colleges: Sacramento State (California State University Sacramento)

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Hundreds attend Sacramento town hall calling to impeach Trump


Police seize 2,500 marijuana plants from 6 Tacoma homes

Authorities say eight people have been arrested after police searched six Tacoma houses connected to an illegal marijuana growing operation. The News Tribune reports authorities seized at least 2,500 marijuana plants from the properties that police searched Monday morning.

California counties see higher turnout under new vote model

Election officials in five California counties that mailed ballots to every voter for this month's primary said the new model appears to have boosted turnout. Counties are still counting ballots from the June 5 primary, so turnout numbers are preliminary.

California counties see higher turnout under new vote model

Election officials in five California counties that mailed ballots to every voter for this month's primary said the new model appears to have boosted turnout. Counties were still counting ballots from the June 5 primary, so turnout numbers were preliminary.

California counties see higher turnout under new vote model

In this May 30, 2018, file photo, Bianca Savola, an election clerk at the Sacramento County Registrar of Voters, inspects mail-in ballots, in Sacramento, Calif. In California counties that provided mail-in ballots to every voter for the June primary, the new model appears to have boosted turnout.


"Butte doesn't have a lot of choice compared to other areas," said Ann Monroe, director of the California HealthCare Foundation's Quality Initiative, which teamed up with Consumers Union for the study. The results, released March 20, show that there is only one HMO offered to Butte County - PacifiCare Secure Horizons - and that one got the lowest rating for financial value, with a $79 monthly premium, a $10 copayment required and absolutely no drug coverage.

Widening work expected on Watt Avenue


Sac County Dems Expel 3 City Council Members Over Schubert Endorsement

The Democratic Party of Sacramento County voted to expel three Sacramento City Council members Thursday night over their endorsement of Anne Marie Schubert for District Attorney. The district attorney's race was one of the more heated a closely watched races in the June primary, in the aftermath of the Stephon Clark shooting.

Prop 47 critics excited by PPIC report noting property crime rates...

Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert leads the Keep California Safe initiative press conference at the Whittier Police Memorial in Whittier on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018. The initiative is calling for reforms to some of the state measures, such as Props.

Another Uber conflict

Requiem for the taxi driver Sacramento's cab profession circling the drain as two-tiered regulatory system benefits ride-share companies. , 11.30.17.

Man of the censure

The other ones: SN&R rounds up the characters who are, were and might still challenge Sheriff Scott Jones Blowing up the rumor mill in the race for Sacramento County's most popular elected office. Last fall, Citrus Heights Police Chief Ron Lawrence summoned his officer to discuss a harassment allegation involving a sitting politician.

Sacramento region smog prompts air pollution alert in parts of Solano

Residents in the eastern half of Solano County were under an air pollution alert Wednesday as high temperatures and stagnant air combined to produce a level of smog that's deemed unhealthy for some people. It was the summer season's first Spare the Air alert in the Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District.

Solar energy employee sues over racism, alleges 'White...

A Black man has filed a lawsuit against his former employer, a national solar company, saying he faced racial harassment and that a direct manager built a "White Only" clubhouse inside one of the company's warehouses. Teshawn Solomon, 36, says that during his time working in Natomas, California for Utah-based Vivint Solar, he experienced ongoing and persistent incidents of racially-based harassment, according to a lawsuit filed Monday in the California Superior Court based in Sacramento County.

The counterfactual election

Heart of the little guy Two underfunded community activists are making their underdog case for Sacramento City Council by going door to door. On primary night, Two Rivers Cider bustled with people hoping to see Tamika L'Ecluse become the newest member of the Sacramento City Council.

San Francisco Mulling Removal Of Controversial Statue

Plant Nursery Near Galt Raided By Authorities Law enforcement officers are raiding a plant nursery in rural Sacramento County Wednesday morning. Richard Sherman Makes 49ers Debut At Minicamp NFL minicamp is underway and the 49ers veterans are on the field in Santa Clara.

Sacramento PD releases videos connected to in-custody death

Brandon Smith, who was in his 30s, died last week while being transported to the Sacramento County Jail in a Sacramento police patrol wagon. Initially, Smith was in the custody of parole agents with the California Department of Corrections, police said.

17 arrested, 18K marijuana plants found in raid connected to plant nursery


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