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SN&R Vol 31 Issue 37
DNA can be used to identify victims and suspects, but can it also get both wrong?
By Raheem F. Hosseini
This article was published on 12.19.19
Arden-Arcade neighborhood water district faces insolvency amid mass resignations and infighting.
By Graham Womack
SN&R Vol 31 Issue 36
Sen. Kamala Harris pulls plug on presidential bid.
By Ben Christopher
This article was published on 12.12.19
Fruit Ridge Community Collaborative will continue work, though two members may no longer play a part.
By Scott Thomas Anderson
SN&R Vol 31 Issue 35
Local scientist recalls harrowing moment in voyage to chart how plastics destroy the oceans.
This article was published on 12.05.19
The California International Marathon returns this weekend—and so does the big race’s biggest problem.
By James Raia
Not a chance.
SN&R Vol 31 Issue 34
Sacramento’s animal cruelty investigators deal with a high volume of complex cases.
By Kate Gonzales
This article was published on 11.28.19
Poor families lose fridges full of food during blackouts.
By Jackie Botts
Delayed payments and organizational problems dog pop-up concert promoter running for Sac City Unified school board.
By Mozes Zarate, and Scott Thomas Anderson
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