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Business Wire
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD Receives Federal Grant to Study Toxic Pollutants From Wood Smoke in SacramentoSACRAMENTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency h
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD Receives Federal Grant to Study Toxic Pollutants From Wood Smoke in Sacramento
Business Wire / Posted 11 hours ago
SACRAMENTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (SMAQMD) a $360,000 grant to study toxic pollutants from wood smoke in Sacramento. Residential wood... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento World War II Japanese detention center rededicatedProtected by a white sun hat, Sachiko Louie smiled at the Japanese lanterns, ch
Sacramento World War II Japanese detention center rededicated
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 7 days ago
Protected by a white sun hat, Sachiko Louie smiled at the Japanese lanterns, cherry trees and wooden temple at Walerga Park and recalled the tense weeks she spent here in May 1942. Louie and nearly 5,000 other Japanese Americans, most of them U.S.... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Women’s Equality Day rally highlights equal pay, family leaveA group of activists and legislators will hold a rally Wednesday at the Capitol
Women’s Equality Day rally highlights equal pay, family leave
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 7 days ago
A group of activists and legislators will hold a rally Wednesday at the Capitol to celebrate Women’s Equality Day and push for several bills they say will improve the lives of Californian women and families. The advocacy groups are led by the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento World War II Japanese detention center rededicatedProtected by a white sun hat, Sachiko Louie smiled at the Japanese lanterns, ch
Sacramento World War II Japanese detention center rededicated
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 8 days ago
Protected by a white sun hat, Sachiko Louie smiled at the Japanese lanterns, cherry trees and wooden temple at Walerga Park and recalled the tense weeks she spent here in May 1942. Louie and nearly 5,000 other Japanese Americans, most of them U.S.... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento area memorial to Japanese Americans to be rededicatedA plaque marking the sacrifices sustained by Japanese Americans during World Wa
Sacramento area memorial to Japanese Americans to be rededicated
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 8 days ago
A plaque marking the sacrifices sustained by Japanese Americans during World War II is being rededicated Tuesday in Sacramento County. The previous plaque marking Walerga Assembly Center was stolen. The new plaque, like the stolen one, marks the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Transit advocates, riders celebrate light rail south line openingSacramento Regional Transit opened its long-awaited Blue Line light rail extens
Transit advocates, riders celebrate light rail south line opening
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 9 days ago
Sacramento Regional Transit opened its long-awaited Blue Line light rail extension Monday in a festive celebration that included cowbells, streamers shot from cannons, a marching band and speeches. First-day riders, for their part, offered generally... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
‘Pink Viagra’ really benefits its makerThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration this week approved so-called “Pink Viagra
‘Pink Viagra’ really benefits its maker
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 days ago
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration this week approved so-called “Pink Viagra,” the first drug supposedly designed to increase women’s sexual desire. “Supposedly” because it isn’t entirely clear whose desire is actually being satisfied here – that... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Feinstein-Boxer water bill offers some hopeFor all the pain this miserable drought has caused, perhaps some good could com
Feinstein-Boxer water bill offers some hope
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 25 days ago
For all the pain this miserable drought has caused, perhaps some good could come of it. Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer have introduced the Democrats’ most refined legislation yet to help shape California’s water future. Although... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Perhaps Congress will address mental health careJohn Russell Houser, a man with a long history of mental illness, shot to death
Perhaps Congress will address mental health care
The Sacramento Bee / Posted a month ago
John Russell Houser, a man with a long history of mental illness, shot to death two people and wounded nine others at a movie theater last month in Louisiana. In Colorado, a jury is deciding whether James Holmes, who had been hospitalized because of... Read more

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