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At a city council meeting pertaining to homelessness in Sacramento, multiple members of the council left angering those who were ignored. The outburst led to three arrests. ***** NOTICE ***** Several police departments are trying to take this channel down. If that happens, we have an alternate channel. Please take a moment and subscribe to our backup channel: https://goo.gl/0QjrAX You can visit http://www.toxiccops.com for more news stories about bad cops!
James E. Henley, former Sacramento City Historian, discusses one of fifty-five "Small Bites of Sacramento History." Mr. Henley retired in October 2007 after nearly forty years as Manager of the Center for Sacramento History (formerly the Sacramento Archives and Museum Collection Center).
Britney and Vince rip the runway with creation of society at their fashion show in downtown sac. Sac Sunset took an in depth look at creation of society and there clothing line. edited by donte morris. A Morris Media production
Event sponsored by the Sacramento Guitar Society. Guitar by: Kenny Hill www.hillguitar.com Alexander Stroud, age fifteen, has been studying classical guitar for eleven years, the last seven of those at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music with Scott Cmiel. He took first place in the Sierra Nevada Guitar Competition youth division in July, and in February won the Menuhin-Dowling Competition. Alexander has performed in master classes with renowned classical guitarists such as Johannes Moller, Marc Teicholz, William Kanengiser, David Tanenbaum and Sergio Assad.
***NOT FOR BROADCAST*** Contact Brett Adair with Live Storms Media to license. firstname.lastname@example.org Major flooding is starting to ramp up as a new powerful system moves into California. SHOTLIST -Shots of structures nearly submerged in flood water -Parking sign under water -Road closed due to flooding -Park trail and railings un-accessable due to flood water -Resident's garage filled with water -Fallen tree and benches flooded out -House surrounded by water -Park flooded -Shots of the American River over flood stage