Top Sacramento news: RV leads officers on slow-speed chase; sacred Torah scroll returned; more

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Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Sacramento.

Students at a Sacramento high school raised money for a class gift. Then it went missing.

Students at C.K. McClatchy High School in Sacramento raised money for a senior gift in 2017, only to have the account depleted two years later then replaced after teachers realized the money was missing.

Read the full story on The Sacramento Bee.

RV pulling 2nd RV leads officers on slow-speed chase in Sacramento County

The driver of an RV, which was pulling another RV, led officers on a slow-speed chase Tuesday morning in Sacramento County.

Read the full story on KCRA.

Microtransit going macro as it expands in Sacramento area

Less than two years after launching a limited pilot program, the Sacramento Regional Transit District is expanding its on-demand microtransit service to six new areas throughout the Sacramento region.

Read the full story on KCRA.

Sacred Sacramento Torah scroll returned

A sacred Sacramento Torah scroll that was confiscated in Israel and held by police has been returned.

Read the full story on KCRA.

Sacramento declares shelter crisis following concerns over tiny home evictions

Even Mayor Darrell Steinberg seemed confused: Why were residents of the tiny home housing project being told they could no longer stay?

Read the full story on ABC Sacramento, KXTV.

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