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NorCal Tennis Czar
U.S. Open Day 8 highlights: Nishikori win ties record

   This story will be updated by 10 a.m. California time.   Match of the day: Score one for the little guy. It doesn't happen very often.   No. 10 seed Kei Nishikori, a gutsy 5-foot-10 (1.78-meter) Japan native, outlasted ...

The Sacramento Bee
CSU Sacramento students teach aquaponics to Luther Burbank students

CSU Sacramento students teach aquaponics to Luther Burbank students

Sacramento City Unified School District students are learning how to utilize aquaponics to produce plants, fruit and vegetables in an urban garden at Luther Burbank High School as a component of the Summer of Service program. Cheyene Keniston and ...

HealthyCal.org
Easy Online Access Changes Doctor-Patient Relationships

Sep 1, 2014

By Kellie Schmitt

The days of waiting on hold and playing phone tag with the doctor’s office are diminishing for patients across the state and nation as more and more health providers implement patient portals.

These interactive sites, which allow patients to message physicians, refill prescriptions and schedule appointments online, are bringing medical interactions into the...

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California Stem Cell Report
California’s New $200 Million Stem Cell Spark

California’s New $200 Million Stem Cell Spark

Directors of the $3 billion California stem cell agency this month will attempt to supercharge some of their major research programs and push stem cell therapies more rapidly into the marketplace and the clinic.


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Academy of Medical Sciences photo
The move is part of a...

FOX40
CHP Investigating 18-year-old Death as Hit-and-Run

Sep 1, 2014
CHP Investigating 18-year-old Death as Hit-and-Run

SACRAMENTO— Eighteen-year-old Brianna Norman left a Sacramento 7-11 and raced across Madison Avenue near Auburn Boulevard, according to witnesses. They say she may have been trying to catch a bus. But according to CHP, she never made it across the street. At around 4:30 p.m., CHP says a 47-year-old female driver in a 2005...

FOX40
Stockton Man Shot and Killed while Trying to Break Up Fight

Sep 1, 2014
Stockton Man Shot and Killed while Trying to Break Up Fight

STOCKTON— Stockton reaches a milestone that it didn’t want to reach, 32 murders so far this year; last year there were 32 murders total. The 32nd fatal shooting happened in an apartment complex on Shelley Court. Neighbors heard the commotion and the gunshots just before 8:30 Sunday night. Police say a 44-year-old man was killed while trying...

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Cowtown Eats
Dining News: Why Bacon & Butter Still Hasn’t Opened

Sep 1, 2014

Bacon & Butter, the beloved midtown brunch spot by chef Billy Zoellin, boldly predicted that it would open its new Tahoe Park location by Father's Day when it closed its original location in May. Since then, a number of factors...

FOX40
Vendors & Visitors Have Mixed Feelings About “Americana” Event

Sep 1, 2014
Vendors & Visitors Have Mixed Feelings About “Americana” Event

OLD SACRAMENTO- Vendors and visitors had mixed feelings toward the first ever “Americana” celebration in Old Sacramento. For the last 14 Labor Day weekends, Old Sacramento hosted “Gold Rush Days,” a 3-day event where visitors experienced life in the mid-1800’s. Everything from horse drawn carriages, period music, reenactments, and dirt roads were set up...

FOX40
River Cats lose to Reno Aces, Fall Just Short of Playoffs

Sep 1, 2014
River Cats lose to Reno Aces, Fall Just Short of Playoffs

WEST SACRAMENTO— The River Cats ended their season Monday afternoon after losing to the Reno Aces, 2-1 at Raley Field. If the River Cats had won the game, the team would have went on to the Pacific Coast League playoffs. “This has been the biggest series of the season for us” said River Cats spokesperson Mark Ling. In the...

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The Sacramento Bee
CSU Sacramento students teach aquaponics to Luther Burbank students

CSU Sacramento students teach aquaponics to Luther Burbank students

Sacramento City Unified School District students are learning how to utilize aquaponics to produce plants, fruit and vegetables in an urban garden at Luther Burbank High School as a component of the Summer of Service program. Cheyene Keniston and ...

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