Top Sacramento news: Man found beaten to death in home; high-speed chase ends with spike strip

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Loved ones search for answers after finding man beaten to death in his South Sacramento home

SOUTH SACRAMENTO — Police say someone violently assaulted a South Sacramento man, killing him and leaving his body inside his home. Loved ones say the killer stole away a fun-loving free spirit who loved fashion. 

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Could Sacramento handle an influx of migrants? mayor, advocates weigh in

President Donald Trump has promised more than once to send buses full of migrants from the southern border to California's so-called "sanctuary cities," of which Sacramento is one. 

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High-speed chase of stolen Prius ends with use of spike strip | The Sacramento Bee

A high speed chase, topping 100 mph, and involving a stolen Toyota Prius, swept down highway 99 early Wednesday, police said.

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Parents hope to find man they claim is harassing kids

Parents in a northeast Sacramento community are trying to track down a man they say is harassing kids at a local park.

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