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FOX40 Sacramento
Wind Takes Down Tree Branches Around Sacramentoknocked down several tree branches around Sacramento. Late in the morning, a l
Wind Takes Down Tree Branches Around Sacramento
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 5 days ago
knocked down several tree branches around Sacramento. Late in the morning, a large branch fell onto a car at 9th and U streets. The car was parked, and no one was reported hurt. A short time later, some branches fell onto power lines near... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Three hospitalized after collision sends vehicle crashing into buildinginto a building in downtown San Francisco this afternoon. The collision was fi
Three hospitalized after collision sends vehicle crashing into building
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
into a building in downtown San Francisco this afternoon. The collision was first reported at 1:44 p.m. near the corner of Sutter and Taylor Streets, according to fire spokesman Jonathan Baxter. At least two vehicles were involved in the... Read more
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J Weekly
From the J. archiveare looking for them in jail. “Our ministry,” Marvin explains “is seeking to r
From the J. archive
J Weekly / Posted 10 days ago
are looking for them in jail. “Our ministry,” Marvin explains “is seeking to reach these Jews as well as for those on the streets … We would like to share Jesus with them in a Jewish way.” All he wants is “any information you can send us on any... Read more
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Connecticut Post
110 years later - a ticking tectonic timebomb? SF '06 quake seen through private collectioncalamity, I searched for some of the rarer scenes and items, such as a postcard
110 years later - a ticking tectonic timebomb? SF '06 quake seen through private collection
Connecticut Post / Posted 10 days ago
calamity, I searched for some of the rarer scenes and items, such as a postcard showing the destruction at 17th and Market streets, a salesman's sample of an earthquake book, with an order form at the back, a Victorian that was used as a hospital... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
110 years later - a ticking tectonic timebomb? SF '06 quake seen through private collectioncalamity, I searched for some of the rarer scenes and items, such as a postcard
110 years later - a ticking tectonic timebomb? SF '06 quake seen through private collection
Stamford Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
calamity, I searched for some of the rarer scenes and items, such as a postcard showing the destruction at 17th and Market streets, a salesman's sample of an earthquake book, with an order form at the back, a Victorian that was used as a hospital... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
City manager releases list of witnesses set to testify on his behalf during ethics hearingwas filed against Gonzalez and District 2 City Representative Larry Romero. The
City manager releases list of witnesses set to testify on his behalf during ethics hearing
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 12 days ago
was filed against Gonzalez and District 2 City Representative Larry Romero. The complaint involves the resurfacing of streets and alleys in Romero's district not originally on a list approved by the city. Polk Avenue in Central El Paso, where... Read more
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Island Packet
Sacramento Bee cartoonist Jack Ohman wins 2016 Pulitzer Prizeentry also featured some of his regular targets: California Gov. Jerry Brown; a
Sacramento Bee cartoonist Jack Ohman wins 2016 Pulitzer Prize
Island Packet / Posted 13 days ago
entry also featured some of his regular targets: California Gov. Jerry Brown; and the governor’s beloved corgi, First Dog Sutter Brown. “From day one his work has resonated, and made a difference,” said Dell. “Jack is not only incredibly talented... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento Bee cartoonist Jack Ohman wins 2016 Pulitzer Prizeentry also featured some of his regular targets: California Gov. Jerry Brown; a
Sacramento Bee cartoonist Jack Ohman wins 2016 Pulitzer Prize
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 13 days ago
entry also featured some of his regular targets: California Gov. Jerry Brown; and the governor’s beloved corgi, First Dog Sutter Brown. “From day one his work has resonated, and made a difference,” said Dell. “Jack is not only incredibly talented... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
110 years later - a ticking tectonic timebomb? SF '06 quake seen through private collectioncalamity, I searched for some of the rarer scenes and items, such as a postcard
110 years later - a ticking tectonic timebomb? SF '06 quake seen through private collection
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
calamity, I searched for some of the rarer scenes and items, such as a postcard showing the destruction at 17th and Market streets, a salesman's sample of an earthquake book, with an order form at the back, a Victorian that was used as a hospital... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Capitol Park rose garden ready for its close-upsa new sister. A dedication is planned May 26 for the University Park World Peac
Capitol Park rose garden ready for its close-ups
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 16 days ago
a new sister. A dedication is planned May 26 for the University Park World Peace Rose Garden at California and Magnolia streets in Stockton. For details, see worldpeacerosegardens.org. Historic camellia saved For generations of Sacramento... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Apartment living coming back to K Street Mall downtownopen 21 upscale apartments as early as June in the former Pyramid Ale House, a
Apartment living coming back to K Street Mall downtown
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 18 days ago
open 21 upscale apartments as early as June in the former Pyramid Ale House, a stately and historic building at 11th and K streets, where they hope to attract, among others, Capitol workers looking to live just steps away from the office. The... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Will someone help Greta Gerwig make her ode to Sacramento?Park neighborhood, where she grew up, the child of Gordon and Christine Gerwig
Will someone help Greta Gerwig make her ode to Sacramento?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 29 days ago
Park neighborhood, where she grew up, the child of Gordon and Christine Gerwig and a graduate of Phoebe Hearst Elementary, Sutter Middle School and St. Francis Catholic High School. Listening to her, though, you could see where she came... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Longtime San Francisco art store makes its move to Oakland& design has deep roots in San Francisco. Opened in 1938 by Herman Flax, the st
Longtime San Francisco art store makes its move to Oakland
Inside Bay Area / Posted 30 days ago
& design has deep roots in San Francisco. Opened in 1938 by Herman Flax, the store was located on Kearney Street and then Sutter Street before moving to its longtime home on Market and Valencia streets. Three generations of the family have run the... Read more
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The Mercury News
Longtime San Francisco art store makes its move to Oakland& design has deep roots in San Francisco. Opened in 1938 by Herman Flax, the st
Longtime San Francisco art store makes its move to Oakland
The Mercury News / Posted 30 days ago
& design has deep roots in San Francisco. Opened in 1938 by Herman Flax, the store was located on Kearney Street and then Sutter Street before moving to its longtime home on Market and Valencia streets. Three generations of the family have run the... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Longtime San Francisco art store makes its move to Oakland& design has deep roots in San Francisco. Opened in 1938 by Herman Flax, the st
Longtime San Francisco art store makes its move to Oakland
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 30 days ago
& design has deep roots in San Francisco. Opened in 1938 by Herman Flax, the store was located on Kearney Street and then Sutter Street before moving to its longtime home on Market and Valencia streets. Three generations of the family have run the... Read more
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