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Classical

September 30, 2020

New Classical Tracks: Simone Dinnerstein Shares Her 'Character of Quiet'

While most new releases coming out were recorded before COVID-19, this one was recorded this past summer during quarantine, and it reflects all the confusing feelings during this challenging time. This week on New Classical Tracks, Simone Dinnerstein

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‘Concerning’ Number of Californians Are Wary Of Election Integrity, Poll Shows

More than 40% of Californians do not believe this year’s presidential election will be conducted in a “fair and open” manner, according to a UC Berkeley poll. Another 82% say they are concerned that many Americans will not accept the election outcome

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September 28, 2020

Sarah Mizes-Tan

To Address Homelessness Crisis, Sacramento Considers Converting Private Land Into Temporary Housing Sites

The city has identified several thousand sites across Sacramento that could be used by private organizations to create small tent cities for the unhoused population.

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September 28, 2020

Sammy Caiola

Sacramento County Is Building A Workforce Of Residents To Teach Their Neighbors About COVID-19

In Sacramento’s most diverse neighborhoods, health officials are hiring ‘navigators’ to educate fellow community members about safe business practices.

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Man Charged In Shooting Of 2 L.A. Sheriff's Deputies

September 30, 2020

Deonte Lee Murray, 36, was already in custody after a car-jacking earlier in September. Detectives say they tied Murray to the shooting using surveillance footage and forensic evidence.