Stanislaus jails pick on inmates of only one race, lawsuit says

Latino inmates disproportionately face being locked in maximum security, says a lawsuit against the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department, whose deputies guard jails. The lockups also deprive inmates of outdoor exercise and sensory stimulation and expose them to unnecessary violence at the hands of guards, the lawsuit says.

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Eight massive U.S. city landmarks

These landmarks tower over their cities to achieve iconic status. A new proposal calls for a grand monument, yet to be designed, for Old Sacramento that could match the iconic Gateway Arch in St. Louis or the Space Needle in Seattle.
Nick Perez The Sacramento Bee
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Eight massive U.S. city landmarks

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105-year-old sequoia moved, history stays

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