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Top Sacramento news: Governor orders some bar closures; airport implements safety features; more

Top Sacramento news: Governor orders some bar closures; airport implements safety features; more
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By Hoodline - Published on June 29, 2020.

Missed the most recent top news in Sacramento? Read on for everything you need to know.

CHP: Suspected DUI crash leaves child with life-threatening injuries

The California Highway Patrol in Carmichael says a suspected drunken driver crashed into a concrete wall, leaving a 6-year-old passenger with life-threatening injuries.

Read the full story on FOX40.

Newsom orders bars closed in 7 counties, recommends closure in others

According to the California Department of Health, California’s positivity rate — a key indicator of community spread — is trending modestly upward in the 14-day average. Hospitalization rates over the long-term are showing a slight uptick in the 14-day average.

Read the full story on Eastcountytoday.net.

Legal observer to call for arrest, prosecution of officer he says shot him in the face during protests

The National Lawyers Guild member who was shot in the face with a projectile during protests in Sacramento plans to ask for the arrest and prosecution of the officer or officers responsible.

Read the full story on FOX40.

Sacramento airport implements new safety features as flights pick up

Sacramento International Airport has changed the way people travel due to the pandemic, including sanitation stations and social distancing markers.

Read the full story on ABC10.

West Sacramento ‘mobile farmers market’ supported by Bayer

Established in 1993 by walnut farmers Craig and Julie McNamara, the non-profit Center for Land-Based Learning seeks to educate and cultivate future generations of farmers, agricultural leaders and natural resource stewards.

Read the full story on The Woodland Daily Democrat.


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