Ami Bera’s call to reach across aisle gets cold response at Sacramento town hall (The Sacramento Bee: March 11, 2017)

What bills will Jerry Brown sign? (The Sacramento Bee: September 1, 2016)

Gotta hit ‘em all: Sacramento’s midtown hosts Pokemon pub crawl (The Sacramento Bee: July 23, 2016)

Dalai Lama tells lawmakers ‘inner disarmament is very essential’ (June 20, 2016)

Some UC majors see balance shift toward out-of-state students (The Sacramento Bee: May 4, 2016)

Anti-abortion activist with Davis roots protests outside Sacramento Planned Parenthood (The Sacramento Bee: April 23, 2016)

California launches free mattress recycling program (The Sacramento Bee: January 13, 2016)

Jerry Brown’s $171 billion budget proposal bolsters reserves, school spending (The Sacramento Bee: January 7, 2016)

State of Jefferson supporters plan bill seeking independence from California (The Sacramento Bee: January 6, 2016)

Food pantries for hungry students spread at California colleges (The Sacramento Bee: October 26, 2015)

Competing Capitol rallies urge action on assisted death (The Sacramento Bee: September 24, 2015)

Legislators ride tractors, learn about farm life (The Sacramento Bee: June 25, 2015)

Jim Cooper kisses frog, but loses Capitol jump (The Sacramento Bee: May 6, 2015)

Lawmakers cruise the Capitol on electric wheels (The Sacramento Bee: April 6, 2015)

A day at the inaugurations (The Sacramento Bee: January 6, 2015)

Kimie Metcalf prepares to light Capitol Christmas tree (The Sacramento Bee: December 2, 2014)

UC student protesters block Board of Regents meeting (The Sacramento Bee: November 19, 2014)

Lawmakers go bust at Capitol cardroom (The Sacramento Bee: August 13, 2014)

Strollin’ Colon brings cancer awareness to Capitol (The Sacramento Bee: March 24, 2014)

Kristin Olsen shows off sweet skateboarding skills (The Sacramento Bee: March 11, 2014)

Portola Valley artist’s giant sculptures shine at Google campus and across the country (Peninsula Press: June 21, 2013)

Stanford students build solar house for international competition (Peninsula Press: April 20, 2013)

Satellites on a start-up budget — Skybox Imaging co-founders offer advice for aspiring entrepreneurs (Peninsula Press: April 2, 2013)

East Palo Alto targets school truancy in its anti-violence campaign (Peninsula Press: April 1, 2013)

Bridge redevelopment divides neighboring communities over traffic, socioeconomic status (Peninsula Press: February 20, 2013)

Safe Routes to School in East Palo Alto (Peninsula Press: December 13, 2012)

Young voters back Obama despite four years of economic hardship (Peninsula Press: November 6, 2012)

Wearing a Helmet at Stanford (Comm 104, Stanford University: March 9, 2012)


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