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Kevin Yamamura
Assistant managing editor, . Dad of 2 awesome kids. Cornell grad. Masters runner for . kyamamura@sacbee.com | 916-326-5548
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lauren gustus 3h
This DA candidate (who is employed by the state) calls a racist, sexist email he rec'd appropriate for work or "anywhere." And then says his opponent hacked his email. Via :
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Kevin Yamamura 8h
Sacramento plans to open 3 large pop-up homeless shelters on city-owned vacant land. Check out our map of vacant parcels here.
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Kevin Yamamura 19h
Had to wait until after dinner to share this one. Our most-read story today: Oak Park Brewing's health inspection problems.
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Kevin Yamamura May 21
Locations TBD, but city wants to put large pop-up tent structures for homeless people in 3 Sacramento neighborhoods.
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Ryan Lillis May 21
NEW: Sacramento homeless shelter will stay open at least 3 more months during summer heat
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Alexei Koseff May 20
I hope you’re finding the voter guide helpful for your June primary questions. Subscribers got a copy with the Sunday paper today.
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Kevin Yamamura May 18
In 2008, I flew to San Diego to see Franz Ferdinand at a small venue. 10 years later, I'll probably miss tonight's show to build a trampoline for my daughter's birthday and get sleep for an early Saturday swim meet.
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Kevin Yamamura May 18
Concerts in the Park organizers expect a record crowd tonight for the free show in Sacramento. They suggest people arrive early "to ensure entry."
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Kevin Yamamura May 17
Baby Boomers and older generations would get a property tax break under this newly qualified November initiative.
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Kevin Yamamura May 15
Our most popular local story this evening: Historic golf course in Sacramento faces closure. It's a trend other cities in Northern California have faced.
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Kevin Yamamura May 15
Heads up, Sacramento fans. That's a Saturday night game on Memorial Day weekend at Raley Field.
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Kevin Yamamura May 15
It's a story about a homeless addict. He's in treatment now. did the reporting to show how multifaceted the situation is. Once treated, there are still many hurdles to clear.
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Kevin Yamamura May 15
She just sent them with more details and better photos. I am relaying them to the folks looking into it. Thanks.
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Kevin Yamamura May 15
Also, I just saw your tweets, so apologies for not responding earlier that I had contacted our circulation department. I had to change a setting that was apparently not showing all mentions in my feed. It is a concern, absolutely.
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Kevin Yamamura May 15
I forwarded Stephanie's post to our circulation department the minute I saw it, and they're looking into it. The allegation I saw is not "organized porch theft during paper delivery," so if you have different facts, please send them. Or call, which you still seem reluctant to do.
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Sam Stanton May 14
Rapes and burglaries had occurred. But this was the first time the East Area Rapist killed
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Benjy Egel May 11
How much do Sacramento/Fair Oaks residents not want Bandera to leave? Some have started a GoFundMe page to pay rent for the restaurant, which is owned by a corporation with 46 locations nationwide. There's also a Facebook group.
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Laurel Rosenhall May 11
. gave a shout-out for this story at today's budget presser when he discussed the plight of homeless folks cycling in and out of treatment: "There was a good story in the Bee this morning about that."
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Kevin Yamamura May 11
If you want to understand the difficulty of solving Sacramento's homeless challenges, read this case study by of a drug-addicted man who cycled between the streets and ER 4 times since February.
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Mike Rosenberg May 9
This house in Silicon Valley sold for $938,000 this week, in case you're wondering how things are going there
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