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December 12, 2017

Bob Moffitt

Sacramento City Council To Vote On Convention Center Changes

The Sacramento City Council is expected to vote Tuesday whether to approve changes to the Downtown Convention Center renovation plan.

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#WeSaidEnough Leaders Discuss Consequences For Lawmakers Who Harass

Two lawmakers have resigned and one has left from a key post following allegations of sexual harassment. #WeSaidEnough leaders Adama Iwu and Pamela Lopez update on the movement and where they hope it goes.

"Tapigami" by Danny Scheible & Eben Burgoon / Courtesy

Artists Take 'Tapigami' Masking Tape Sculptures Around The Globe

Masking tape artist Danny Scheible and his collaborator Eben Burgoon just returned from respective trips to Shenzhen, China and Rome, Italy where they showed an international audience the world of possibility in creating art with masking tape.

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Cornish Christmas In Grass Valley

Grass Valley returns to its root every December with the celebration of Cornish Christmas.

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California Chief Justice Expects More Death Penalty Lawsuits

In a roundtable with reporters, the top judge in California (and overseer of the courts) also discussed sexual harassment, immigration arrests and a vacancy on the state Supreme Court.

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Business

December 11, 2017

Julia Mitric

Pot Retailers Face Challenges As They Prep For California Marketplace

Now that California has released applications for cannabis dispensaries, retailers are scrambling to get their ducks in a row so they can open their doors come January.

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Are $40 Toll Roads The Future?

December 12, 2017

In Virginia, officials hope a shift to toll pricing based on demand and traffic flow will change commuter behavior and reduce congestion on Interstate 66. Critics say the cost is too high.