The Sacramento Bee

The Sacramento Bee Founded in 1857, The Sacramento Bee is the flagship of the 30 daily and almost 50 non-daily newspapers owned by The McClatchy Company. The third-largest newspaper corporation in the country in terms of circulation, McClatchy prints more than 3.2 million papers each day, read by millions more all over the world via a covey of Web sites on the Internet. On February 3, 2007, The McClatchy Company and The Sacramento Bee celebrated their 150th Anniversary. Over the years, McClatchy-owned papers have won hundreds of journalism awards, including 73 Pulitzer Prizes. Of that number, 15 have been coveted Gold Medals for Public Service. The Sacramento Bee is the flagship newspaper of the McClatchy Co . and the largest paper in the region. Its location at 2100 Q St. was once the Buffalo Brewery and its namesake "Scoopy" was designed by Walt Disney. It was awarded its first Pulitzer Prize in 1935 for Public Service. Since that time, The Bee has won numerous awards, including four more Pulitzer Prizes, the most recent for feature photography in 2007. The Bee's circulation area covers the Northern Sacramento Valley and surrounding areas: south to Stockton, north to Redding, east to Reno and west to the San Francisco Bay Area. The Bee is available seven days a week both in print and online (e-edition). Read more:

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Defense says Cameron Park murder defendant is high-achieving family man

Defense says Cameron Park murder defendant is high-achieving family man

The defense opened its case in the murder trial of Todd Winkler on Wednesday, taking on the challenge of winning an acquittal or leniency for the former Air Force fighter pilot who has admitted he killed his wife and did so knowingly.

Defense attorney David Weiner talks about El Dorado...

In El Dorado murder trial, Winkler says previous wife’s death accidental

In El Dorado murder trial, Winkler says previous wife’s death accidental

Charged with murdering his wife, Rachel Winkler, with a pair of scissors in their Cameron Park home, Todd Winkler took the witness stand in his defense this morning and wept for a past wife who died in a fiery crash. Todd Winkler sobbed on Thursd...

‘Symphony of 1000’ adds up to musical milestone

Michael Neumann has his multitude of players. Now he needs an audience to match.

Sunday at Memorial Auditorium, Neumann and his massive ensemble hope to make history as the largest group of musicians to perform together in concert in Sacramento – or likely anywhere in Northern California.


Singer Susan Boyle comes to Sacramento on Sunday

With new-found confidence and a soon-to-be-released new album, Susan Boyle continues her real-life Cinderella story with her first American tour.

While hopscotching through six California cities, the Scottish singer comes to Sacramento on Sunday for one night at the Community Center Theater.

“It will be a mixture of...

Cooler conditions, some smoke for Sacramento Valley in forecast

Sunny and warm weather conditions are expected through the weekend.

Three to See: Balms, the Melvins and Experience Hendrix


Indie rock/dream-pop

9 p.m. Tuesday


Got a little bit of that TBD Fest hangover? LowBrau’s “Le Twist” weekly Tuesday music series is an obvious “hair of the dog,” and this week’s guest, San Francisco trio Balms, would...

Cell phones help Roseville police recover stolen bike

A quick-thinking theft victim and some smart cops with smartphones helped recover a stolen bike in Roseville. The episode began about 1:30 p.m. Monday on the 300 block of Cirby Way when a woman saw somebody riding away with a bike she had borrowed ...

Troubled biotech firm Marrone Bio announces big layoffs

Marrone Bio Innovations Inc., the troubled Davis biotech firm, said today it’s laying off 23 percent of its staff as it copes with a decline in revenue and a rebellion from shareholders.

Nothing Bundt Cakes bakery opens in Elk Grove

A third Sacramento-area Nothing Bundt Cakes bakery opened Wednesday (Oct. 8) at 8234 Laguna Blvd., Suite 130, in Elk Grove.

Roseville’s SUNworks to move into larger headquarters

SUNworks, a Roseville-based solar power company, has secured a 20,000-square-foot building in Roseville to house its Northern California operations.

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