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Brewers’ Festival at the State Fair July 20

Brewers’ Festival at the State Fair July 20

Beer fans will definitely want to head down to the California State Fair this year. The Brewer’ Festival is the place where you can taste the best brews from the entire state of California. The State Fair will run until July 28, but you have only one chance to sample all of these beers...

Capitol Alert
California’s Tim Donnelly laughs off ‘hottest conservative’ title

Jul 17, 2013
California’s Tim Donnelly laughs off ‘hottest conservative’ title

California Attorney General Kamala Harris isn't the only state politician being singled out as easy on the eyes. PolitiChicks, a conservative website for women, has named Assemblyman Tim Donnelly, R-Twin Peaks, as one of the "hottest conservative supe...

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The Frame
Daily life, mid-summer 2013

Daily life, mid-summer 2013

A look at daily life as viewed by photojournalists working for the Associated Press and its member newspapers. (34 images) Follow @sacbee_theframe Fairgoers take a spin on one of the many rides provided by Butler Entertainment at the California...

FOX40
Officers Investigating Homicide Find Armed Man in Neighborhood

Jul 17, 2013
Officers Investigating Homicide Find Armed Man in Neighborhood

SOUTH SACRAMENTO-

Investigators say they were in a South Sacramento neighborhood following up on a recent shooting when they spotted a person of interest.

According to a tweet from the department, Sacramento Police say detectives were in the area of …


FOX40
2 Arrested, Found with Backpack of Stolen Items

Jul 17, 2013
2 Arrested, Found with Backpack of Stolen Items

ROSEVILLE-

Two men are in police custody after being spotted hanging around Oakmont High School in Roseville.

A person living nearby called police to report suspicious activity Wednesday morning. Officers found two men in their 20s along Chelsea Way, reportedly …


Capitol Alert
Boxer, Feinstein: immigration bill ‘the right thing for California’

Jul 17, 2013

California Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein wrote to their House of Representatives colleagues Wednesday, pleading for a vote on an immigration bill as a matter of economic and moral imperative for a state that's home to nearly a quarter of the...

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New book chronicles 42 years of Folsom executions

New book chronicles 42 years of Folsom executions

By Janelle Bitker jbitker@sacbee.com Ninety-three men were hanged at Folsom State Prison from 1895 to 1937, and a new book tells their stories for the first time. April Moore will discuss "Folsom's 93: The Lives and Crimes of Folsom Prison's Executed...

Things to do in Sacramento and beyond
New book chronicles 42 years of Folsom executions

New book chronicles 42 years of Folsom executions

By Janelle Bitker jbitker@sacbee.com Ninety-three men were hanged at Folsom State Prison from 1895 to 1937, and a new book tells their stories for the first time. April Moore will discuss "Folsom's 93: The Lives and Crimes of Folsom Prison's Executed...

Appeal Democrat
UC regents confirm Muslim student to board despite controversy

SAN FRANCISCO — The University of California Board of Regents has voted to add its first Muslim student representative, over the objections of some Jewish groups. Regents voted Wednesday to support the nomination of 21-year-old UC Berkeley student...

Capitol Alert
Republican plans secretary of state run on Jerry Brown platform

Jul 17, 2013

Republican Pete Peterson said Wednesday that he plans to run for California secretary of state on what he called the same "revolutionary platform" used in 1970 by then candidate Jerry Brown. "But, you won't see me up here 40 years from now -- I want t...

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