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Black Friday seven day outlook
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Black Friday seven day outlook

High pressure over NorCal will continue the warm and dry pattern through this weekend. Patchy fog and hazy conditions may still impact localized areas within the Northern San Joaquin & Southern Sacramento valley during the mornings. Weather changes ahead for next week as a cold storm over...

Local food desert to get fresh produce
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Local food desert to get fresh produce

The USDA recently identified South Oak Park as a “food desert” – a produce-deficient area – but a local convenience store and community development nonprofit have joined forces in an attempt to address the problem. Starting on May 26, Sam’s Market, at 23rd Avenue and 42nd Street in Oak Park, will...

Cost of chronic illness will break healthcare system
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Cost of chronic illness will break healthcare system

Cost of chronic illness will break healthcare system If people do not change their ways, healthcare will become the largest segment of the economy, estimated to reach $4.2 trillion, in three years (2015). It will severely impact the quality of life for all Americans as it drains the federal budget...

The Dire Circumstances of Dyer Lane: Urban Legend or Truth
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The Dire Circumstances of Dyer Lane: Urban Legend or Truth

Below is an investigation we did on May 27, 2007, Sunday.  Many people in the Sacramento Area think that Dyer Lane is haunted.  This is what we found: Today is May 27, 2007, Sunday – Memorial Day weekend. The time for barbecues and family get togethers. If my life was normal perhaps I would...

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