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SN&R Vol 31 Issue 39
There are more homeless people and fewer shelter options for them as winter hits Sacramento.
By Raheem F. Hosseini, and Scott Thomas Anderson
This article was published on 01.02.20
SN&R Vol 31 Issue 38
City of Galt disrupted by ransomware attack.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
This article was published on 12.26.19
These are the enablers, apologists and accomplices who made 2019 harder for everyone.
By Foon Rhee, Maxfield Morris, Rachel Leibrock, Rachel Mayfield, Raheem F. Hosseini, Scott Thomas Anderson, and Steph Rodriguez
SN&R Vol 31 Issue 37
Sacramento County’s new inspector general has no guarantee he won’t be locked out for criticizing sheriff.
This article was published on 12.19.19
The true story of a weird dude and his cult-like following in Sacramento.
DNA can be used to identify victims and suspects, but can it also get both wrong?
SN&R Vol 31 Issue 36
An aggressive flu strain is wreaking havoc in California, but will the public heed the call to get vaccinated?
This article was published on 12.12.19
Sacramento DA’s office secured a grant to reduce a never-ending DNA backlog.
SN&R Vol 31 Issue 35
Not a chance.
This article was published on 12.05.19
Orangevale man allegedly used Canadian instant messaging app to trade child pornography.
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