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VIDEO: Jerry Brown, weary of agenda questions, dares reporter to ‘print half of what I say’

sacbee.com — California Gov. Jerry Brown, who is so far ahead in his re-election bid that he only recently started campaigning, has been asked any number of times why he hasn't done more to lay out an agenda for a fourth term. On Wednesday, he appeared to have had enough, challenging a reporter to "print half of what I say."
Oct 29, 2014

RT @LATSeema: VIDEO: Jerry Brown, weary of agenda questions, dares reporter to ‘print half of what I say’ sacb.ee/1P1z

Oct 29, 2014

VIDEO: Jerry Brown, weary of agenda questions, dares reporter to ‘print half of what I say’ sacb.ee/1P1z

Oct 29, 2014

"We want ideological or substantive trinkets that you can report or that other people can talk about" sacbee.com/news/politics-…

Oct 29, 2014

VIDEO: Jerry Brown, weary of agenda questions, dares reporter to ‘print half of what I say’ sacb.ee/1P1E

AM Alert: Field Poll takes final look at statewide races

sacbee.com — A week out from the 2014 election, there is tension in the races to be California's elections, state finance and education officials.
Oct 30, 2014

AM Alert: Field Poll takes final look at statewide races sacb.ee/1Pe7

Dan Walters Daily: State superintendent race highlights odd election

sacbee.com — A deeply contested race for a nonpartisan California office puts a strange 2014 election in context.
Oct 30, 2014

Dan Walters Daily: State superintendent race highlights odd election sacb.ee/1Pe6

Kings notes: It all tracks back to Lukenbill

sacbee.com — As a local developer, Greg Lukenbill was the front man for the group that purchased the Kings in 1983, relocating the NBA franchise to Sacramento in 1985, making the groundbreaking and the 30th season opener in the state capital hours later all the more meaningful.

VIDEO: The Clintons get love at UC Davis

sacbee.com — At a get-out-the-vote rally for California Democrats on Tuesday, former President Bill Clinton got a warm reception from the crowd, as did his wife's expected presidential campaign.

Yes! Yes! Yes! | The Sacramento Bee

sacbee.com — Salvador Perez's pop-up settled into the glove of Pablo Sandoval in foul ground near the Giants' dugout for the last out of a 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals, bringing the 2014 season to the same conclusion as the one two years before - and the one two years before that.
Oct 30, 2014

And the game story to the #SFGiants 3-2 win. Seeing Bumgarner warming up, Tim Hudson said: "I knew it was over." sacb.ee/1P9J

Cold-shooting offense can’t keep up with Golden State

sacbee.com — One game into the 2014-15 season, the new Kings offense looked exactly like the old Kings offense.
Oct 30, 2014

Cold-shooting offense can’t keep up with Golden State sacb.ee/1P9C

Giants weigh ‘dynasty’ label after third World Series title in five seasons

sacbee.com — KANSAS CITY -- As the Champagne flew in the visitors' clubhouse at Kauffman Stadium, and the air became heady and close, and the gold-flagged Commissioner's Trophy was passed around the room from manager to player to goggles-wearing, well-soaked player late Wednesday night, a common question followed in its wake.
Oct 30, 2014

Does three titles in five years make a dynasty? Even in the giddy #SFGiants clubhouse, opinions varied. sacb.ee/1Pbj

Kings break ground on new Sacramento arena

sacbee.com — With demolition on the eastern half of Downtown Plaza concluding, Kings officially break ground on $477 million arena.

Bill Clinton to California Democrats: ‘We need you’

sacbee.com — Former President Bill Clinton encouraged California Democrats on Wednesday to stifle the urge to pass on the midterm election next Tuesday, imploring them to dismiss Republican efforts to feed off of voter frustration.
Oct 29, 2014

Bill Clinton to California Democrats: ‘We need you’ sacb.ee/1OYF

California Field Poll tabs for statewide races

sacbee.com — A deeper look at the data in one of the final California Field Polls on statewide races before the Nov. 4 election.
Oct 30, 2014

California Field Poll tabs for statewide races sacb.ee/1Pah

Opinion: Giants affirm their dynasty with thrilling Game 7 win

sacbee.com — They rewrote history. They made history. They believed. They prevailed - again.

Bum rocks, Giants roll

sacbee.com — KANSAS CITY -- Before this season began, the Giants' starting pitcher on Wednesday night had never thrown a pitch in a San Francisco uniform. Their center fielder and leadoff hitter was the fourth outfielder on Opening Day. Their closer started out their set-up man, and vice versa.

Investigation into NASA rocket explosion looks at Aerojet Rocketdyne engines

sacbee.com — Russian-made, 1960s-era rocket engines - tested, modified and supplied by Rancho Cordova-based Aerojet Rocketdyne - became an early focus of speculation following Tuesday's explosion of an unmanned Antares rocket, which blew up just seconds after its nighttime launch on the Virginia coast.
Oct 30, 2014

Investigation into NASA rocket explosion looks at Aerojet Rocketdyne engines sacb.ee/1P2f

Teen arrested for criminal threat at Bella Vista High

sacbee.com — A 14-year-old student who reportedly "wanted to get a day off from school" at Bella Vista High School was arrested today in connection with last week's threat of violence at the Fair Oaks campus, authorities said.

Beleaguered Placer charter school system parts ways with CEO

sacbee.com — Horizon Charter Schools CEO Craig Heimbichner has left the Lincoln-based system "by mutual agreement," the organization announced Wednesday.

Student science projects explode with rocket

sacbee.com — Eighteen groups of students have lost science projects that were onboard an unmanned rocket that exploded in Virginia after taking off for the International Space Station.

For-profit colleges face 'gainful employment' rule

sacbee.com — For-profit colleges that don't produce graduates capable of paying off their student loans could soon face the wrath of the federal government.

Sacramento Valley farmers are asked: Help the ducks

sacbee.com — Federal agriculture officials seek farmers in the Sacramento Valley who are willing to flood their fields to help migrating waterfowl this winter during the drought. The Natural Resources Conservation Service will pay an estimated $53 per acre to farmers who are able to participate.