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Gunman Wearing Mask Steals Hundreds of Dollars at 7-11

May 8, 2013
Gunman Wearing Mask Steals Hundreds of Dollars at 7-11

Gunman Wearing Mask Holds Up 7-11 SACRAMENTO -

A gunman wearing a mask, walked into a Sacramento 7-11 and demanded money.

It happened on 58th and Broadway around 1:30 a.m. Witnesses say he jumped onto the counter, was able to get away with a couple hundred …

Capitol Alert
Dan Walters Daily: School funding woes not over yet

May 8, 2013

California got some rare good news about the financial situation of its school districts, although Dan warns that school deficits still pose a problem. Have a question you'd like Dan to answer? Post it on our Facebook page. See other Dan Walters Da...

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Capitol Alert
AM Alert: California advocates mark 20 years of charter schools

May 8, 2013
AM Alert: California advocates mark 20 years of charter schools

We here at Capitol Alert are happy to keep track of the various commemorative occasions that might otherwise escape your notice. For instance, it's National Charter Schools Week, and the California Charter Schools Association and its representatives wi...

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Tahoe Truckee Outdoor
New bike lanes in Truckee ready for bids

New bike lanes in Truckee ready for bids

The Town of Truckee’s vision to create a safer bike commute between Truckee and Glenshire is now past the planning stages. Phase one of the multiphase street widening project will go out for construction bids on May 30, 2013. Phase one will wide...

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FOX40
Cleveland Rescue Stirs Up Emotions of Garrido Neighbors

May 7, 2013

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It’s been almost almost four years since a kidnapper’s  lair was laid bare on Walnut Street in Antioch, freeing Jaycee Dugard and her daughters.

There are lots of warnings to stay out and stay back along the Antioch block …


HealthyCal.org
What does Obamacare mean for young people?

May 7, 2013

By Callie Shanafelt Right now, young people are generally benefitting from protective changes ushered in by Obama care. But many advocates and experts wonder if the Affordable Care Act will actually make care more affordable for young people – or ...

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The State Hornet
Path to Big Sky Championship begins in Idaho State

With its first conference tournament appearance since 1990, Sacramento State softball will be traveling to Pocatello, Idaho, with three other teams: Southern Utah University, Portland State University and Idaho State University.

The State Hornet
Sac State’s Joe Sheley is upcoming permanent president of CSU Stanislaus

Former Sacramento State Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Joe Sheley is in the process of becoming the permanent president of CSU Stanislaus.

The State Hornet
Buzz of the Crowd: Hornet head coach Christiansen needs to stay at Sac State

May 7, 2013

When athletes are young, their coaches are teachers giving students the tools they need to succeed, but as the players grow up and the competition gets more competitive, coaches leave the teaching world to become leaders with a strategy to wi...

The State Hornet
CSU campuses may see reduced police force in upcoming years

If the California State University police union and the California State University administration cannot come to an agreement soon, CSU campuses throughout the state may see a reduced police force in ...

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