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: http://guide.sacbee.com/2006/12/04/3/history.html

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Sammy Hagar-themed restaurant to return to Roseville

Sammy Hagar-themed restaurant to return to Roseville

Legendary rocker Sammy Hagar will re-open his namesake Roseville restaurant with a concert in September. Legendary rocker Sammy Hagar will re-open his namesake Roseville restaurant with a concert in September.

Man killed by Woodland police fatally shot mom 24 years ago

Man killed by Woodland police fatally shot mom 24 years ago

A 53-year-old man killed Monday by a Woodland police officer fatally shot his own mother in 1990 and had warned family members in recent weeks that he couldn’t be trusted around a knife.


Activists representing the California Campaign to End Police terror gathered at Main and East streets in Woodland...

Video: Protest follows fatal shooting by Woodland police

Video: Protest follows fatal shooting by Woodland police

Demonstrators took to the street in a Woodland neighborhood Monday night after police there shot and killed a man. Police say the man, 53-year-old Jeffrey Towe, charged them with a knife when he was fatally wounded. The Bee’s Andrew Seng took video of the protest.


Demonstrators protest the fatal shooting...

Immigration crisis at border afflicts heartland harvest

Immigration crisis at border afflicts heartland harvest

The heated tempers of the nation’s border states are driving the debate over immigration policy. States farther away from the U.S.-Mexico border, though, are reckoning with a different set of challenges: a skimpy agriculture labor market and cumbersome immigrant-worker programs that go unfixed amid partisan gridlock on Capitol Hill.


Migrant...

Update: CHP provides details of officer-involved shooting near Woodland

Update: CHP provides details of officer-involved shooting near Woodland

A motorist who allegedly reached for a gun was shot by a California Highway Patrol officer. The officer-involved shooting occurred along southbound Interstate 5 about 11:30 p.m. Monday between Main Street and County Road 102 in Yolo County near Wo...

CHP probes officer-involved shooting near Woodland

One lane of southbound Interstate 5 in the Woodland area was closed Tuesday morning for several hours for an investigation into an officer-involved shooting.

Cooler conditions predicted for Sacramento

Cooler conditions predicted for Sacramento

Cloud cover known as marine stratus was showing up in the Bay area – and extending into the Sacramento area on Tuesday morning.


This NOAA satellite image taken Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014, at 5 a.m. shows a ridge building over the West. The high clouds and the accompanying Delta breeze...

Between the Lines: ‘Kingdom of Ice’ explores an arctic expedition gone wrong

In the 1870s, in the midst of the Gilded Age, America’s sense of Manifest Destiny still prevailed. So it was predictable that the nation would turn its collective imagination to one of the last uncharted regions on the planet, the North Pole.

It was a mysterious, unexplored frontier, and rumors...

West Sacramento could restrict where guns may be sold

West Sacramento could restrict where guns may be sold

A new West Sacramento ordinance would remap where gun retailers can do business, moving over-the-counter sales of firearms and ammunition out of the central business district to outlying business park and industrial areas. The Sacramento River flo...

Elk Grove Unified expects to name superintendent by end of September

Aug 18, 2014

Elk Grove Unified expects to name a replacement for retiring Superintendent Steven Ladd by the end of September.

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