Issue: March 21, 2019

This week's SN&R cover story is a true crime tale from Scott Thomas Anderson about three killings in two counties, and the three detectives who solved them.

In News, Kate Gonzales looks at the standoff between the Sacramento City Unified School District and its teachers, and Raheem F. Hosseini reports on the one-year anniversary of the police killing of Stephon Clark.

In Arts, we preview the Dolores Huerta exhibit at the California Museum. In Dish, Illyana Maisonet writes about the impending move of Alonzo's, a local institution in South Sacramento. We also have reviews of the Teatro Espejo production of We Won't Pay! Nunca! and of Vietgone at Capital Stage.

In Voices, an advocate for pedestrians says scooters can be a good thing; Jeff vonKaenel says he supports a statewide soda tax, but not a local ban on flavored tobacco; and I write about ideas to remake the Old Sacramento waterfront.

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— Foon Rhee