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Regulators loosen California’s groundbreaking rule to require residential rooftop solar
News 6 days ago
Regulators loosen California’s groundbreaking rule to require residential rooftop solar

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - In a closely-watched vote on the future of California's groundbreaking rooftop solar program, state regulators today approved...

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Stockton ranked 4th worst place to raise children in the country, report says
News 2 weeks ago
Stockton ranked 4th worst place to raise children in the country, report says

STOCKTON, Calif. - When it comes to access to neighborhoods that promote health and development in children, Stockton is among the worst, according...

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Measure E would provide millions for Los Rios college renovations
News 2 weeks ago
Measure E would provide millions for Los Rios college renovations

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - On the 2020 California presidential primary ballot, voters will get to decide if Los Rios Community College District can sell...

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Political drama surrounds Sacramento's Measure G and a community leader advocating for it
News 2 weeks ago
Political drama surrounds Sacramento's Measure G and a community leader advocating for it

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - As Sacramento voters decide to approve a long-term funding stream for youth programs, a community leader advocating for those...

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Raley's marquee sign on Freeport says goodbye, at least for now
News 3 weeks ago
Raley's marquee sign on Freeport says goodbye, at least for now

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The witty marquee sign at Sacramento's flagship Raley's store has said its last goodbye, at least for now. "I can't imagine...

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New green initiative could revitalize Sacramento's aging corridors with transportation, housing
News 3 weeks ago
New green initiative could revitalize Sacramento's aging corridors with transportation, housing

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California and Sacramento city leaders announced a new plan Monday that could help revive some aging corridors, all part of a...

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California’s most controversial homebuilding bill just died. What will Newsom do now?
News 4 weeks ago
California’s most controversial homebuilding bill just died. What will Newsom do now?

SACRAMENTO, Calif - Developers, landlords, Facebook, construction unions, the state Chamber of Commerce, Realtors, environmental groups and even...

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Sacramento City Council approves $100 million for affordable housing trust fund
News 1 month ago
Sacramento City Council approves $100 million for affordable housing trust fund

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The Sacramento City Council voted Tuesday to establish a $100 million trust fund, aimed at helping establish thousands of...

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Sacramento councilmember wants to prohibit converting apartments into short-term rentals
News 1 month ago
Sacramento councilmember wants to prohibit converting apartments into short-term rentals

Sacramento councilman proposed a law that says that you can't convert apartment buildings into short-term rentals, like Airbnbs, without the city's...

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Raley's to close two Food Source grocery stores in Sacramento
News 1 month ago
Raley's to close two Food Source grocery stores in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Two Food Source stores in Sacramento will close their doors by the end of March 2020. The two stores, one located at 6366 Mack...

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Real estate expert talks gentrification in Sacramento's Oak Park neighborhood
News 1 month ago
Real estate expert talks gentrification in Sacramento's Oak Park neighborhood

Gentrification is an issue across the country. It's also an issue in Sacramento's Oak Park neighborhood. But what's the solution?...

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Last year’s hottest housing fight just got resurrected — here’s what to know
News 1 month ago
Last year’s hottest housing fight just got resurrected — here’s what to know

For the third year in a row, California lawmakers will consider a controversial housing proposal that would force neighborhoods to allow taller,...

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Thieves loot $15,000 in laptops from Sacramento non-profit
News 1 month ago
Thieves loot $15,000 in laptops from Sacramento non-profit

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Thieves struck the local non-profit Sacramento Self-Help Housing over the weekend, making off with an estimated $15,000 worth...

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Here's what grocery stores are open for the holiday
News 2 months ago
Here's what grocery stores are open for the holiday

CALIFORNIA, USA - If you forget something for Christmas dinner, you might have a hard time finding a grocery store with holiday hours for a last...

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Gentrification or necessary improvements? People living in Oak Park have mixed feelings about neighborhood changes
News 2 months ago
Gentrification or necessary improvements? People living in Oak Park have mixed feelings about neighborhood changes

SACRAMENTO, Calif - If you were to drive around Sacramento's Oak Park neighborhood during the winter of 2019, you'd see newly built businesses and...

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Redeveloping Sacramento's Oak Park neighborhood
News 2 months ago
Redeveloping Sacramento's Oak Park neighborhood

Gentrification or necessary development? That's the question when it comes to all of the development you'll find in Sacramento's Oak Park...

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The battle for California's land
News 3 months ago
The battle for California's land

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California loses one acre of farmland every five days, according to the state's Department of Conservation. And 70 percent of...

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Tenants facing ‘no-fault’ evictions in Sacramento County
News 3 months ago
Tenants facing ‘no-fault’ evictions in Sacramento County

SACRAMENTO COUNTY, Calif. - Dozens of people are facing evictions from an apartment complex in Arden-Arcade after a measure to protect them failed...

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Urgency ordinance prohibiting 'no-fault' evictions fails to pass
News 3 months ago
Urgency ordinance prohibiting 'no-fault' evictions fails to pass

SACRAMENTO COUNTY, Calif. - An Urgency Ordinance that would have prohibited "no-fault" evictions failed in a 3 - 2 vote at the Nov. 5 Board of...

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Soccer fans rally around Sac Republic ahead of expected 'major announcement' Monday
News 4 months ago
Soccer fans rally around Sac Republic ahead of expected 'major announcement' Monday

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Sacramento Republic Football Club fans filled Device Brewing in Midtown on Saturday to watch the United Soccer League team...

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Sac Railyards energized by impending Major League Soccer announcement
News 4 months ago
Sac Railyards energized by impending Major League Soccer announcement

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - With Major League Soccer expected to announce on Monday that it's picking Sacramento as its 29th franchise, people are looking...

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4 Sacramento-area Forever 21 stores could get axed in bankruptcy
News 4 months ago
4 Sacramento-area Forever 21 stores could get axed in bankruptcy

National clothing retailer, Forever 21, put together a plan that includes closing 178 stores, as they file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Four stores...

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10 fun events going on around Northern California
News 5 months ago
10 fun events going on around Northern California

Great food, great beer, and great music is available in spades this weekend in Northern California. The California Brewers Festival kicks off on...

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Differences between CA Tenant Protection Act, Sacramento's law
News 5 months ago
Differences between CA Tenant Protection Act, Sacramento's law

The state of California looks to pass legislation protecting renters in the state while around 20 cities currently have their own rent control laws...

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The last bills of 2019 are headed to the Governor's desk. Here's 6 to watch.
News 5 months ago
The last bills of 2019 are headed to the Governor's desk. Here's 6 to watch.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Hundreds of bills get signed into law every year, and 2019 will be no exception. Following the end of the legislative session,...

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When does Dimple Records close its doors for good?
News 5 months ago
When does Dimple Records close its doors for good?

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - You have until the end of September to visit Dimple Records. On Friday the 13th, Dimple Records posted to Facebook all stores...

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California Senate approves bill to cap rent increases
News 5 months ago
California Senate approves bill to cap rent increases

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California lawmakers on Tuesday moved to cap annual rent increases statewide for most tenants as a limited housing supply in...

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Broadway's New Helvetia Brewing Co. makes plea for community's help
News 5 months ago
Broadway's New Helvetia Brewing Co. makes plea for community's help

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - In a passionate plea online, a local business owner on Broadway in Sacramento is asking neighbors and community members to...

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Lawmakers tackle a severe housing shortage for renters who have federal vouchers
News 6 months ago
Lawmakers tackle a severe housing shortage for renters who have federal vouchers

FRESNO, Calif. - As California struggles with a crisis in affordable housing, state lawmakers are trying to improve a severe shortage of housing...

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