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Sacramento Patient Tests Negative for Ebola Virus

Aug 21, 2014
Sacramento Patient Tests Negative for Ebola Virus

SACRAMENTO- A patient at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in south Sacramento tested negative for the Ebola virus, the California Department of Public Health announced. A sample from the patient was sent to the Centers for Disease Control earlier this week. “As healthcare providers, we remain vigilant for infectious diseases such Ebola because the...

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Crews Continue Plaza Demolition, Excavating Tons of Concrete

Aug 21, 2014
Crews Continue Plaza Demolition, Excavating Tons of Concrete

SACRAMENTO- The new home of the Kings arena has been under construction for nearly three weeks, and already, crews have excavated thousands of tons of concrete and metal from the Downtown Plaza. Project manager Gary Ralls said that crews will not be blasting or using a wrecking ball to bring down the buildings; they’ll...

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Sacramento Mom Loses Son to Ebola in Liberia

Aug 21, 2014
Sacramento Mom Loses Son to Ebola in Liberia

SACRAMENTO- Florence Brown adopted her son, Bobby Weh, nearly 20 years ago. This week, Bobby was killed by the Ebola virus 3,000 miles away from Sacramento – in Monrovia, Liberia. “Every time I think of it, I bust up into tears,” Brown said. She says this week’s news of a patient in Sacramento being...

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Free Multicultural Festival in Elk Grove Regional Park

Free Multicultural Festival in Elk Grove Regional Park

An international petting zoo, origami and piñata making are just a few of the new children’s activities at the 3rd annual Multicultural Festival in Elk Grove Regional Park this Saturday, August 23rd! The festival will feature ethnic food, music, entertainment, fashion shows, artwork and activities for children. Its two stages will feature more than...

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Sac History Happenings
Bones along Sacramento River determined to be prehistoric

Remains determined to be those of a “prehistoric Native American,” according to the Yolo County Coroner.

Sac History Happenings
Sacramento Film and Music Festival opens with documentary about Huell Howser

Sacramento Film and Music Festival opens with documentary about Huell Howser

‘Golden State of Mind’ sheds some light on the late TV host, who was outgoing and effusive on camera but private off it.


Emily Jackson stars in “Headless,” one of the opening films at the Sacramento Film and Music Festival.

In shooting his “California’s Gold”...

Sac History Happenings
Trailblazing Sacramento politician Grantland Johnson dies at 65

Trailblazing Sacramento politician Grantland Johnson dies at 65

Grantland Johnson, a trailblazing Sacramento politician who rose in rank while staying in touch with his community roots as a city councilman, county supervisor and top health official in state and federal government, died Tuesday at 65.


Grantland Johnson, shown in his Sacramento home in 2011, was visible on streets...

Game to 100
A luxury box at new Kings arena for the mayor and council

Aug 21, 2014

You can say this about Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and his cronies on the City Council: they won’t have trouble finding parking and getting good seats at Kings games and other events at the new downtown arena. While the city’s … Continue reading

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Access Sacramento’s Game of the Week Slates 10 Premier High School Football Contests

Aug 21, 2014
Access Sacramento’s Game of the Week Slates 10 Premier High School Football Contests

Access Sacramento’s live coverage of Friday night football opens Aug. 29 with Rocklin vs. Pleasant Grove at Sheldon High School. A total of 18 schools ...

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