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Sacramento’s outreach to stop human trafficking

Oct 15, 2014
Sacramento’s outreach to stop human trafficking

According to Sacramento Poster Outreach 2 Stop Trafficking, the FBI considers Sacramento a major hub of sex trafficking of minors, as young as 12 years of age. This problem is continuing to grow so the community of Sacramento has developed new programs that will hopefully decrease the numbers of human trafficking cases. By informing people...

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Sacramento Challenger to stay, director says

Oct 15, 2014
Sacramento Challenger to stay, director says

Sacramento Challenger tournament director Brian Martinez,middle, poses with champion Sam Querrey and runner-upStefan Kozlov. Photo by Paul Bauman   After a few anxious months, the future of the $100,000 Sacramento Challenger appears secure.&n...

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Forget strong-mayor theory — follow the money

Oct 15, 2014

My fair-minded self suggests that I take the high road on Measure L, the plan to enhance the powers of the mayor of Sacramento. I should focus solely on whether a strong mayor is preferable to one who is first … Continue reading

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Oakland Vice Mayor Throws Support behind Sacramento’s ‘Strong Mayor’ Initiative

Oct 14, 2014
Oakland Vice Mayor Throws Support behind Sacramento’s ‘Strong Mayor’ Initiative

SACRAMENTO- Oakland Vice Mayor Larry Reid was in Sacramento Tuesday to sing the praises of Measure L, otherwise known as the “Strong Mayor” initiative. If voters approve Measure L, the mayor would be granted a wealth of new powers like being able to propose a budget, veto city ordinances and remove the city manager....

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Family Holding Out Hope in South Sacramento Cold Case

Oct 14, 2014
Family Holding Out Hope in South Sacramento Cold Case

SACRAMENTO- A vigil was held Tuesday on the corner of 68th Avenue and Della Circle by family members of Carrie McCullough, who was killed three years ago. Investigators say McCullough was shot and killed outside a barbecue in broad daylight by two men believed to be wearing white bandannas. Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department spokesperson...

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Pastor Cole leaves Homeless World; returns to his church, wife and home

Pastor Cole leaves Homeless World; returns to his church, wife and home

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Pastor Rick Cole – the megachurch fellow who went out into Sacramento downtown Homeless World as a stunt to raise money and gain attention for himself and his church – has returned to his pastoral life as a fairly rich guy who sleeps in a bed...

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Power of Creative Writing: 916 INK

Oct 14, 2014
Power of Creative Writing: 916 INK

916 INK is a organization which seeks to attain literary benefits for children and young adults. Their aim is to increase the literacy rates at an early age. Encouraging academic growth, a part of the reading and writing process, plays a helpful role where one can improve and succeed. This organization specializes mostly in creative...

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Musical Youth- Part 1 on Listen Up! Sacramento

Oct 14, 2014
Musical Youth- Part 1 on Listen Up! Sacramento

Musical Youth- Part 1 Listen Up! Sacramento has featured many young musicians over the years. These creative and musically talented kids have often been seen performing at the Jammies and Skip’s Stairway to Stardom. Most of them have now grown up and gone off to college or pursued their careers and are now young...

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VIDEO: Small steps can be the difference for a bigger change

Oct 14, 2014
VIDEO: Small steps can be the difference for a bigger change

People Improving Communities through Organizing met with locals at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church to discuss how the issues in Ferguson, Missouri have a greater impact on Sacramento than people believe. Our local midterm election taking place November 4,  should become an eye opener as Proposition 47 can affect the way law enforcement around America...

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VIDEO: Volunteers Canvass South Oak Park to Get Out the Vote this November

Oct 14, 2014
VIDEO: Volunteers Canvass South Oak Park to Get Out the Vote this November

On Saturday, October 4th,  volunteers met at the Asian Resources Center near South Oak Park in a get-out-the-vote campaign, hoping to improve very poor turnout among residents.

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