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April 25, 2018

Steve Milne

Bill Would Boost Mental Health Counselors At CSUs

The state Senate's Education Committee has approved a bill requiring California State University campuses to have at least one full-time mental health counselor for every 1,000 students.

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Mayor Steinberg Calls For Mental Health Services In South Sacramento

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg asked for mental health volunteers for Meadowview in the wake of the Stephon Clark shooting.

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PolitiFact California Checks In On Ads In Governor's Race

TV ads for the two top Democrats in the race for California governor hit the airwaves this week. PolitiFact California examined the accuracy of the claims in each one.

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Sierra Poetry Festival Features Voices In An 'Ordinary Light'

Executive Director of the Nevada County Arts Council and poet Marcelo Hernandez Castillo preview the Sierra Poetry Festival.

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Michael Wallis Shares Donner Party Book 'The Best Land Under Heaven'

Author Michael Wallis shares his book “The Best Land Under Heaven: The Donner Party in the Age of Manifest Destiny.”

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Despite E. Coli Decline On American River, Unhealthy Levels Still Prompt Caution While Swimming

Last year the American River in Sacramento was put on California's list of impaired waterways because of elevated E. coli levels. Even though the most recent tests reported were all safe, county officials encourage caution on the river.

Rich Pedroncelli / AP Photo

April 24, 2018

Study: California Gun Deaths Declined Between 2000 And 2015

(AP) — Gun deaths have fallen in California over a 16-year period ending in 2015, driven largely by a decline in gang violence and falling homicide rates among black and Hispanic male victims, a recent study of firearm violence has found.

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