Top Sacramento news: Sheriff releasing 421 inmates early amid pandemic; infections jump again; more

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Sacramento County sheriff releasing 421 inmates early in response to coronavirus

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PG&E pickup truck driver hurt in crash on I-80 near Sacramento

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Sacramento coronavirus infections jump again: 113 total cases and 5 deaths

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Deputies: Man shot while soliciting prostitute in Sacramento

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How long can Sacramento businesses survive a coronavirus shutdown? Here’s what they say.

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The Sacramento County Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday it will release 421 inmates by March 30.

The driver of a marked PG&E pickup truck suffered major injuries in a crash on Interstate 80 near Sacramento on Wednesday.

The number of coronavirus cases in Sacramento County has now hit 113 as of Wednesday morning. Sacramento officials reported a fifth death as well, as the county heads into its fifth week of dealing with the pandemic.

Deputies say a man was shot by a woman he was soliciting for prostitution in South Sacramento Wednesday night.

Sheri Brunquell, who owns a boutique and events space in Roseville, went from eking out a small profit to losing all her income.