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eNewsChannels NEWS: (SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- Working with 5 BARS(R), a leading innovator in Small Cell, distributed antenna systems (DAS) and Wi-Fi wireless services for intelligent infrastructure, the City of Sacramento has approved its first #small #cell test sites with two major wireless carriers. The post City of Sacramento CA Deploys First Small Cell Site, Working with 5 BARS Wi-Fi Tech appeared on read more...

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"I came and I personally talked to each of them months ago. And I #told them, 'If you don't comply, if you don't get a permit, you're going to be in violation, they're going to confiscate your product,'" said an #officer in the read more...

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"I came and I personally talked to each of them months ago. And I #told them, 'If you don't comply, if you don't get a permit, you're going to be in violation, they're going to confiscate your product,'" said an #officer in the read more...

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Mon#day April 24 was Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day and in Los Angeles thousands marched in the street outside the Turkish consulate. Up in Sacramento, ruling Democrats ignored the Armenians and instead held ?Muslim Day at the Capitol,? hosted by the read more...

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In 2014, Wes Modes and friends built a floating house, a #shantyboat made of reclaimed junk, and set off down the #river. The purpose was to meet the folks who live and work along the riverbank and tell their stories in photos and interviews. The crew has been down the Mississippi and the Tennessee rivers in past summers, and plan to ride the Sacramento River this year. What they've found so far is in a multimedia #project called A Secret History of American River People. Read about Modes' project at Laughing Squid and see teh results of the project so far at A Secret History of American River read more...

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A 30-year-old Sacramento man has been found #guilty of raping a West Sacramento woman and could face up to life in state prison. The Yolo County District Attorney's Office reported Tuesday morning that Marcelus Coleman, was found guilty of #forcible rape, forcible oral copulation, violations of restraining orders, domestic violence, resisting arrest and enhancements for a forcible sex crime occurring during a burglary and during an aggravated read more...

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Neighbors on Truckee Way in Sacramento said Saturday that a vacant residence has been the scene of a number of problems after crews extinguished a fire started in its #backyard. Near Truckee Way and 34th Street, charred remnants are all that remain of a shed in the backyard of a boarded-up read more...

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Work ethic, attitude, and performance make it easy to like Buddy James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area caught up with Sacramento Kings shooting guard Buddy Hield, and talked to him about his mindset following the February trade that brought Buddy to Sacramento. There's nothing earth-shattering from Buddy, but the quotes inside just reaffirmed for me how much in bought in on this kid. ?When you get traded, it?s like a wake up (call),? Hield told NBC Sports California. ?First time it happened to me, first year it was like, okay, maybe what I was doing wasn?t good enough for the team to keep read more...

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It's the same old song and dance again in Sacramento. Only this time it's to the tune of $450 per year for every California read more...

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It's the same old song and dance again in Sacramento. Only this time it's to the tune of $450 per year for every California read more...

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The Giants, looking for help for their troubled bullpen, called up right-handed #reliever Bryan Morris from Triple-A Sacramento on read more...

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California has a grim #housing problem and nearly everyone in the state, whether they have tried to buy or rent a home or not, is aware of it. Apparently, though, some in Sacramento haven't noticed and hope to mix in more of the poison that created the #crisis in the first read more...

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California has a grim #housing problem and nearly everyone in the state, whether they have tried to buy or rent a home or not, is aware of it. Apparently, though, some in Sacramento haven't noticed and hope to mix in more of the poison that created the #crisis in the first read more...

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California has a grim #housing problem and nearly everyone in the state, whether they have tried to buy or rent a home or not, is aware of it. Apparently, though, some in Sacramento haven't noticed and hope to mix in more of the poison that created the #crisis in the first read more...

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California has a grim #housing problem and nearly everyone in the state, whether they have tried to buy or rent a home or not, is aware of it. Apparently, though, some in Sacramento haven't noticed and hope to mix in more of the poison that created the #crisis in the first read more...

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When former Arizona governor and then-Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano was tapped to head the University of California nearly four years ago, supporters touted her political stature and experience running another unwieldy bureaucracy. Hiring a politician rather than an academic was a strategic choice: The powerhouse research #university, with more than 230,000 students, needed to make inroads in Sacramento after losing $1 billion in state funding during a painful read more...

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When former Arizona governor and then-Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano was tapped to head the University of California nearly four years ago, supporters touted her political stature and experience running another unwieldy bureaucracy. Hiring a politician rather than an academic was a strategic choice: The powerhouse research #university, with more than 230,000 students, needed to make inroads in Sacramento after losing $1 billion in state funding during a painful read more...

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SMUD and Raley?s, two Sacramento mainstays with deep roots in the community, have a long history as #neighbors and friends. And, like neighbors who have been through it all together, they have come to know and #trust one another. So when Raley?s decided to look into lighting improvements at their sprawling North Sacramento warehouse, they called once again on SMUD. Said Roger Bresnahan, Raley?s VP of Supply Chain, ?We?ve partnered with SMUD on many, many projects ? and in particular, recently,? read more...

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Early risers at partner stores in Des Moines, Iowa; Philadelphia; Sacramento, Calif.; Albuquerque N.M.; Columbus, Ohio; Orlando, Fla.; Chicago and Nashville, Tenn. on Saturday, May 6, will be treated to a limited supply of exclusive Wizard World Walking read more...

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Early risers at partner stores in Des Moines, Iowa; Philadelphia; Sacramento, Calif.; Albuquerque N.M.; Columbus, Ohio; Orlando, Fla.; Chicago and Nashville, Tenn. on Saturday, May 6, will be treated to a limited supply of exclusive Wizard World Walking read more...

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