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SN&R Vol 31 Issue 33
New hit-and-run data shows that walking in Sacramento can be deadly, especially for disadvantaged residents.
By Graham Womack
This article was published on 11.21.19
Teachers, advisory group push back against Twin Rivers Unified’s school closure claims.
By Scott Thomas Anderson
Transit agencies are using VW settlement money to replace popular UC Davis shuttles and some riders are not happy.
By Dylan Svoboda
SN&R Vol 31 Issue 32
Audit questions whether landmark school funding law is helping poor students.
By John Fensterwald
This article was published on 11.14.19
Auburn man, police department at odds over 2018 arrest.
California tenants report being hit with massive rent hikes or no-cause evictions just weeks before both practices are banned.
SN&R Vol 31 Issue 31
A historic church is the center for Camp Fire relief.
By Andre Byik, and Ashiah Scharaga
This article was published on 11.07.19
DMV’s crisis of competence extends beyond REAL ID waits and ‘motor voter’ mistakes.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
Recalled cars can end up on used car lots—and it’s up to the consumer to notice.
SN&R Vol 31 Issue 30
Sacramento City College student attempts to observe police interview a black man, gets mistaken for armed suspect.
By Ben Irwin
This article was published on 10.31.19
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