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  • With latest closure, Atlanta-based eatery no longer has local presenceWith latest closure, Atlanta-based eatery no longer has local presence

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    Crime 911 | Sacbee.com / 18 h. 46 min. ago
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    Travelers looking to save money on airfare over the Thanksgiving holiday might want to consider getting in early and leaving much later. Travelers can expect to find the lowest prices if they fly out on Monday, Nov. 20 and if they return on Wednesday, Nov. 29, according to a report by Massachusetts-based airfare prediction app Hopper and Rhode Island-based InsureMyTrip, a travel insurance research firm. At midweek this week, domestic flights for Thanksgiving were averaging about $322 for a round-trip…

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  • Surprising trends in industrial real estateSurprising trends in industrial real estate

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  • UC regents admonish Napolitano, order her to apologizeUC regents admonish Napolitano, order her to apologize

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  • This type of injury affects thousands of Sacramento seniors each yearThis type of injury affects thousands of Sacramento seniors each year

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    Health | Sacbee.com / 19 h. 38 min. ago
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    Education | Sacbee.com / 20 h. 6 min. ago
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    Health | Sacbee.com / 20 h. 47 min. ago
  • Tehama shooter may have been targeting 7-year-old boy in school shooting, neighbor saysTehama shooter may have been targeting 7-year-old boy in school shooting, neighbor says

    The gunman who rampaged through Rancho Tehama Reserve on Tuesday may have been targeting a specific child when he opened fire on the rural community’s elementary school – the 7-year-old … Click to Continue »

    Crime 911 | Sacbee.com / 20 h. 57 min. ago
  • Man back in custody following escape from Roseville policeMan back in custody following escape from Roseville police

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    Crime 911 | Sacbee.com / 21 h. 34 min. ago
  • Sacramento deputies shot him for pointing his wallet. His daughters want to know whySacramento deputies shot him for pointing his wallet. His daughters want to know why

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    Crime 911 | Sacbee.com / 21 h. 45 min. ago
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    Crime 911 | Sacbee.com / 22 h. ago
  • Rancho Cordova police roll out holiday package theft prevention programRancho Cordova police roll out holiday package theft prevention program

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  • You better watch out: Rancho Cordova Police is on the prowl for package thieves this holiday seasonYou better watch out: Rancho Cordova Police is on the prowl for package thieves this holiday season

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  • We want to see your cool office photosWe want to see your cool office photos

    Get ready for a November tradition that ranks right up there with Black Friday shopping and pumpkin pie: our annual slideshow of the Sacramento area's coolest offices. Yes, it's that time again. If your office has a unique break room, an eye-catching lobby, or anything else our readers might enjoy, we want to see it. Send me up to four photos by the end of the day on Tuesday, Nov. 21. We'll publish the top photos in a slideshow on our website next week. If you've entered in the past, it's fine…

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  • Flying out of Sacramento this Thanksgiving? Here’s what you need to knowFlying out of Sacramento this Thanksgiving? Here’s what you need to know

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  • Sacramento area has friendliest place in the U.S., report saysSacramento area has friendliest place in the U.S., report says

    If you're looking for warm, fuzzy feelings, head to the hills. El Dorado Hills ranks as the friendliest place in the nation, according to a report published by Business Insider. The list is based on data from Nextdoor, a private social network for communities. Nextdoor evaluated 1,000 small metro areas, using a variety of factors, including the number of "thanks" per member of the social media service. "Thanks" is an option on the social network that "lets your neighbors know you appreciate…

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    Happy Friday, loyal readers. It's National Unfriend Day. Read these headlines, then begin your Facebook purge. Here we go. In case you need dining plans Friendly reminder: Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar opened this week at 238 Gibson Drive in Roseville. It's the second area site for the Huntington Beach-based eatery, which made its local debut with a Folsom restaurant that opened in September. Check out the accompanying slideshow to revisit some food photos from the Folsom location. The restaurant…

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  • Sheriffa s Department Investigating After 13-Year-Old Boy Shot in Arden AreaSheriffa s Department Investigating After 13-Year-Old Boy Shot in Arden Area

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  • Workers once cooked soup here. Now they ship your Christmas presents - Sacramento BeeWorkers once cooked soup here. Now they ship your Christmas presents - Sacramento Bee

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  • Gun threat prompts Davis junior high school to announce Friday closureGun threat prompts Davis junior high school to announce Friday closure

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  • Sacramento police close sexual misconduct investigation into California assemblymanSacramento police close sexual misconduct investigation into California assemblyman

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  • Oak Ridge High student arrested after threatening large-scale violenceOak Ridge High student arrested after threatening large-scale violence

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  • Strike none: a Last minutea deal averts teacher walkout affecting 43,000 Sacramento studentsStrike none: a Last minutea deal averts teacher walkout affecting 43,000 Sacramento students

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