Fears Of Lingering Tensions Prompt Kennedy Officials To Forfeit Sacramento High GameKennedy High School has forfeited Friday’s game against Sacramento High over fears of lingering tensions.
Hidden Figures May Be Story Behind New Charter SchoolThe academy award nominated film "Hidden Figures" may become the meaning behind a new charter school.
Sacramento Firefighters Prepare To Help Rebuild After HurricanesThe deployment location won’t be confirmed until Thursday, but the betting is on hard-hit Puerto Rico.
In Wake Of Devastating Mexico Earthquake, California Plans For Its OwnIn addition to yearly disaster drills, all hospitals in California have an incident command similar to those used by law enforcement and fire agencies.
Neighbors Say Sacramento Homeless Shelter Plan Won't Solve ProblemThe city is proposing to build a large shelter that would offer social and health services near the Woodlake neighborhood off Del Paso Boulevard.
Injured Sacramento Police K9 Reno Getting Stronger Every DayA man accused of driving his car into the gate of a Sacramento police facility, leading officers on a chase and hurting a police dog is now behind bars.
College Student's Art Depicting Cops As Pigs Drawing AttentionJacob Lewis is a senior art student and said there's more than meets the eye in his paintings.
Sacramento Republic FC Encourages Fans To Help Design MLS StadiumThe competition allows fans to submit designs for designated portions of the stadium and surrounding plaza.
California Bill Would End School 'Lunch Shaming'California lawmakers say children shouldn't be denied a healthy meal at school if their parents fail to pay their lunch bills.
Sacramento Eyes Community Garden As Potential Safety Hazardt's a two-acre community garden off Garden Highway, put in place two decades ago under an unofficial agreement with former Sacramento Mayor Heather Fargo.
City Council To Vote On Investment In Long-Delayed Science CenterSacramento city council members will soon decide whether a million-dollar investment in a science center is worth the taxpayer money.
Sacramento Woman Shares Devastation From Mexico EarthquakeThe deadly magnitude-8.1 quake reduced homes along Mexico’s southern coast to rubble, but the shaking could be felt hundreds of miles away.

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