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Baked Bree
Things That Make Me Happy: YouTube Cooking Shows

Apr 22, 2016
Things That Make Me Happy: YouTube Cooking Shows

We watch a lot of YouTube at my house. So much that we are turning off our cable because we really don’t watch anything on real tv anymore. If you haven’t explored YouTube in awhile, you will be surprised to find some really great shows, tutorials, and lots of entertaining nonsense. And I’m not just...

Baked Bree
Things That Make Me Happy: YouTube Cooking Shows

Apr 22, 2016
Things That Make Me Happy: YouTube Cooking Shows

We watch a lot of YouTube at my house. So much that we are turning off our cable because we really don’t watch anything on real tv anymore. If you haven’t explored YouTube in awhile, you will be surprised to find some really great shows, tutorials, and lots of entertaining nonsense. And I’m not just...

Baked Bree
Things That Make Me Happy: YouTube Cooking Shows

Apr 22, 2016
Things That Make Me Happy: YouTube Cooking Shows

We watch a lot of YouTube at my house. So much that we are turning off our cable because we really don’t watch anything on real tv anymore. If you haven’t explored YouTube in awhile, you will be surprised to find some really great shows, tutorials, and lots of entertaining nonsense. And I’m not just...

Girls on the Grid
Behind the Apron with Mary: Milk Punch

Apr 21, 2016
Behind the Apron with Mary: Milk Punch

By Mary McCune Summer, er…spring is upon us, and with that, additional hours of sunlight.  What better way to relax... read more

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Cowtown Eats
$1 Subs From Jimmy John’s on Thursday

Apr 20, 2016

Jimmy John's, a fast growing sandwich chain just establishing itself in the Sacramento market, will offer seven of its subs for just $1 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 21. It's two Sacramento-area locations are participating. Those...

HealthyCal.org
California Schools Don’t Provide Mental Health Services to 580,000 Kids in Need, Report Finds

Apr 20, 2016

By Hannah Guzik 

California’s public schools receive more than $400 million each year to provide mental health services to students, but at least 580,000 kids in the state have been left without help, a new report finds.

The report, from three children’s advocacy organizations, found that many school districts haven’t even adequately identified the students...

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Sacramento Sidetracks
Weekend Top 10: April 23rd – 24th

Weekend Top 10: April 23rd – 24th

Ride the smoothie bike, play games, dance, and see a puppet show during the SUTTER CHILDREN’S CENTER WELLNESS FESTIVAL at Fairytale Town. Saturday FREE Create, play and dance outdoors at the Sacramento Children’s Museum’s EARTH DAY CELEBRATION. Friday Enjoy activities, live entertainment and shopping at EARTH FEST in Johnson-Springview Park. Saturday FREE Meet animals,...

AccessLocal.TV
Local Pushes To Putting An End To Sexual Assaults

Apr 19, 2016
Local Pushes To Putting An End To Sexual Assaults

In America, one in four women will experience sexual assault on their college campus. All told in this country, 293,000 people are sexually assaulted each year. That means every 107 seconds another individual is being sexually assaulted, and in most of these cases the victim knows their attacker. Being sexually assaulted is more than...

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AccessLocal.TV
Local Pushes To Putting An End To Sexual Assaults

Apr 19, 2016
Local Pushes To Putting An End To Sexual Assaults

In America, one in four women will experience sexual assault on their college campus. All told in this country, 293,000 people are sexually assaulted each year. That means every 107 seconds another individual is being sexually assaulted, and in most of these cases the victim knows their attacker. Being sexually assaulted is more than...

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AccessLocal.TV
Sacramento Schools Take On Bullying

Apr 19, 2016
Sacramento Schools Take On Bullying

Bullying has become a bigger problem in today’s society compared to a decade ago. In the TV news and in print we see stories that relate to bullying or how bullying affected the outcome of the events described. Bullying is becoming more talked about now that it has become a well-known problem, especially in...

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