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Could Shrooms Cure Depression?A new study at Johns Hopkins University is experimenting with psilocybin, the compound found in mushrooms, in depression and anxiety treatment.

Will The Teachers Strike Cause An Extended School Year?As day three of the strike continues, and with no end in sight, it’s possible that the school year may need to be extended to meet the minimum education requirements.

Local Couple Stranded In Colombia After Heart AttackA Tuolumne County couple was stranded in Colombia after one of them had a heart attack during their vacation.

6 Injured In Crash On Hazel Ave In Fair OaksSix people were sent to the hospital in a crash involving four cars on Hazel Avenue in Fair Oaks.

Homeless Camp Frustration In Downtown SacramentoGrowing frustration with homeless encampments has caused many to complain, saying the city isn’t doing enough to address the problem.

Rockslide Operation On Highway 50 ContinuesAn operation that involves breaking off loose rocks to prevent rockslides continues along Highway 50.

Foo Fighters Drummer Taylor Hawkins Dies At 50The band, who planned to headline this year’s Aftershock Festival, is mourning the loss.

Governor Newsom Appoints First Openly Transgender Judge In CaliforniaAndi Mudryk, California’s first openly transgender judge was appointed by Governor Newsom.

New Bill Would Prioritize Production Of Crude Oil In CaliforniaA new effort in California to bring down the cost of gas would prioritize the production of oil in California.

Deputies Urging Farmers To Protect Equipment With “Smartwater CSI”With an uptick in farm equipment theft, law enforcement is urging farmers to use new technology to track stolen equipment.

Fires In Grass ValleySeveral small fires broke out Friday in Grass Valley, however, crews were able to quickly get things under control.

Neighborhood Center Offers Free Camp For Kids During StrikeA neighborhood center is offering free class sessions for children out of school during the teachers strike.

Day Three Of Teachers Strike With No End In SightSac City Unified teachers are striking for the third day in a row with no end in sight.

Shooting Leads To Standoff In Natomas, Suspect Still SoughtSWAT teams and police surrounded a South Natomas apartment building while a search ensued for the suspect in a shooting. The suspect is still sought.

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Could Sacramento City Unified Strike Lead To Extended School Year?Friday marks day three of the Sacramento City Unified School District strike — and as we head into the weekend, there’s no end in sight. But could the missed school days have a ripple effect on families even after the strike ends?

Q&Answers: What’s The US Doing To Protect Americans From Cyber ​​Attacks?Companies across country are reinforcing their cybersecurity preparing for a potential cyber attack as President Biden warns the Russia could attack the US

Free Day Camp For Kids Opens As Sacramento Teacher Strike ContinuesAs Sacramento city teachers hit the picket lines for a third day Friday, families scrambled to find child care for their students and found one in a free day camp for kids K-12.

Getting Answers: Is The Warm Weather Contributing To Crime Spike?Daylight Saving can impact criminal activity, and crime patterns in the spring and fall can reflect those impacts.

SWAT Presence Descends On South Natomas After Man ShotThe victim was said to be in stable condition after being shot. We spoke with one resident from the area about what happened.

Friday Was Final Hearing Day To Determine If Scott Peterson Will Get New TrialThe hearing was in San Mateo County.

Shooting Investigation Underway In South NatomasMultiple police units were on the scene.

Sacramento Police Investigate Shooting In South NatomasOfficers were investigating a shooting in the south Natomas area Friday afternoon, the Sacramento Police Department said. SWAT team officers are on the scene.