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Sacramento, California is located in Sacramento County. Zip codes in Sacramento, CA include 94252, 94209, and 94203. The median home price in Sacramento is $255,000 which is roughly $155/per square foot. More Sacramento information.

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2 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

About that FBI wifi network on your cell phone...

Perhaps you’ve roamed the Capitol grounds and noticed that your smart phone picked up this wifi network: “FBI mobile surveillance.” Perhaps the listing jogged nervous memories of the FBI’s recent undercover stings on the state Capitol, the ones that involved secretly recorded conversations of agents offering bribes to state ... (more)

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6 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

VSP Global moving into new 'innovation lab' in midtown Sacramento

VSP Global, the Rancho Cordova-based vision and eyewear company, will officially unveil its new innovation lab in midtown Sacramento next week.

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10 hrs ago | NewsReview.com

Veterana s court comes to Sacramento

Medevac! If Afghanistan is hell, home is heaven to this Blackhawk pilot. A former Sacramentan offers his first-person wartime account.

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14 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Sacramento Girl Scout troop serves children of LGBT parents

Audrey Bettega, a 9-year-old Girl Scout from Troop 2384, and her mother, Kristen, sell cookies at last month's Sacramento Pride Festival.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Capitol Corridor hope: 10 passenger trains a day between Roseville and Sacramento

Capitol Corridor has launched plans for a $200 million track construction project that would allow it to increase passenger rail service tenfold between Sacramento and Roseville.

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CBS Local

Whistleblower: BLM Destroyed Records In Sacramento To Hide Remains Mismanagement

An independent federal agency is calling for an investigation into allegations that U.S. officials ignored a law requiring them to catalog, preserve and ultimately return human remains and relics to American Indian tribes.

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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Enjoy the Sacramento sun but watch out for the UV

Noah Hernandez, 7 of Sacramento reacts after a missed Republic FC shot toward the Blues FC goal in the first half of the Sacramento Republic FC vs. the Orange County Blues FC on Monday night, July 7, 2014 at Bonney Field in Sacramento.

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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Murder trial begins for two in 2010 Nedra Court shooting

Aliyah Smith, 15, was shot in the head inside the a bedroom on the other side of this window at a home on Nedra Court in south Sacramento on Jan. 3, 2010.

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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Vast nighttime theater provides gleaming celestial show for stargazers

Generally, the best time to view meteor shows is after midnight. These are named meteor shows through the end of 2014 visible in the Northern Hemisphere and producing significant number of meteors: These are some of the sites that provide information about the night sky as well as weather conditions.

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The Modesto Bee

California board considers fines for water wasters

The State Water Resources Control Board next week is scheduled to consider draft emergency regulations made public Tuesday.

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The Modesto Bee

California considers mandatory water restrictions

The State Water Resources Control Board will consider ordering mandatory restrictions on urban water use, backed up by fines, during its July 15 meeting in Sacramento.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Between the Lines: Bee Book Club to host mystery authors

The Sacramento Bee Book Club has been around the literary block and back. Since 1997, its agenda has been to bring nationally recognized, award-winning authors to Sacramento, and invite the public to attend their presentations and book signings.

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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Twin Rivers trustees to vote on emergency $330,000 addition to Grant High upgrade

A project to replace heating and air-conditioning units at Grant Union High School in Del Paso Heights hit a snag recently when workers on the project found extensive damage from dry rot.

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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Rise Guys return to Sacramento on ESPN 1320 – in the afternoon

The Rise Guys, a longtime fixture on Sacramento radio, are returning to the local airways on ESPN 1320 beginning July 28. Whitey Gleason, who has hosted the Rise Guys for nearly 25 years, and Mark Kreidler, a former sports columnist for The Bee, will be on the air from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. weekedays, competing head-to-head with KHTK 1140's Grant ... (more)

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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Talamantes gets 25-to-life for drowning of daughter

Aquelin Talamantes has been sentenced 25-years-to-life in state prison for the drowning of her 5-year-old daughter last fall.

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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Sacramento planning commissioner agrees to $6,000 fine for improper influence

Philip Harvey, a veteran member of Sacramento's Planning and Design Commission and vice president of Petrovich Development Company, has agreed to pay a hefty fine for improperly using his influence to sway city decisions over Petrovich's Curtis Park Village project, the state's political watchdog agency said Monday.

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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Seniors on edge as South Sacramento mobile home park opens to all

Barbara Woolen, front left, runs Chat & Sew, a women's coffee klatch at the Capital Estates Clubhouse, on Tuesday, July 1, 2014.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

News10.net

2 arrested in fatal Amador County stabbing2 arrested in fatal Amador...

An argument led to the fatal stabbing of a man in Amador County Monday morning, according to the Amador County Sheriff's Office.

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News10.net

Suspect in custody in midtown Sacramento woman's murder

The man wanted for the murder of a midtown Sacramento woman found dead in her apartment on June 28 is in custody.

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The Daily Democrat

Out-of-state license plates: CHP clamping down on drivers who avoid California fees

The CHP is clamping down on out-of-state drivers with expired license plate tags, and it's showing up in the state's bank account.

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