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Super Bowl 50 Impact On Bay Area Travel

February 3, 2016

San Francisco and NFL officials have plans to deal with crush of people descending on the area for the Superbowl this weekend, but how much will that ease the congestion? Michael Cabanatuan from the San Francisco Chronicle to discuss traffic.

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Bennet Omalu On Being The 'Concussion' Doctor

December 30, 2015

Dr. Bennet Omalu is the forensic pathologist who discovered a new disease named Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy or CTE. He is the central character in a the movie “Concussion” which opens Christmas Day and stars Will Smith.

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Sanctions Imposed On UOP Basketball Team Due To NCAA Probe

December 17, 2015 | Rich Ibarra

University of the Pacific is self-imposing tough sanctions on its own men's basketball team stemming from an NCAA investigation, following the earlier suspension of two players, the head coach, and an assistant coach.

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NCAA Puts Sac State On Probation

November 4, 2015

Sacramento State’s Athletic Department has been placed on probation for the next year by the NCAA.

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Disabled Water Skier

October 2, 2015

A Sacramento college student, Connor Poggetto landed five medals - including three gold – at the World Water-skiing Championships over the weekend. We'll talk with Poggetto about the sport

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California Dream Revives Team Tennis In Sacramento

July 17, 2015 | Steve Milne

Citrus Heights is the place to be tonight if you love world team tennis. That's where Sacramento's new team the California Dream will play. Last year, the city's previous team The Capitals left for Las Vegas and eventually folded.

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Professional Tennis Competition Kicks Off In Stockton

July 13, 2015 | Rich Ibarra

If you're a tennis fan, you can see some of the best young women players in the world this week at the $50,000 Pro Circuit Challenger in Stockton. Some players are looking for a comeback, others for a chance to play in the U.S. Open next month.

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