Sacramento

Marvel Studios Debuts New Featurette For “Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings”

WITNESS THE RISE OF A MARVEL LEGEND IN THEATERS ON SEPTEMBER 3 On August 2nd, Disney dropped a new action-packed featurette for Marvel Studios’ “Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings”, where viewers can join producer Kevin Feige, Simu Liu (Shang-Chi), Awkwafina (Katy), and director Destin Daniel Cretton in exploring the plot and making of this new installment in the …

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Governor Newsom Signs API Equity Budget

Historic $156.5 million measure to address systemic discrimination and rising hate incidents against AAPI communities SACRAMENTO, CA — California is taking steps to address the recent rise in hate incidents against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI). The Governor has signed the historic Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Equity Budget included in a fiscal bill approved by the Legislature last …

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Help is Here: The American Rescue Plan Delivers Major Tax Relief for Families with Children

American Rescue Plan has temporarily expanded the credit and families – more families are eligible and starting in July, families will be receiving monthly payments. It is expected that more than 90% of the children in Sacramento district (CA-06) will benefit from this Credit – this could help lift 18,600 children out of poverty. Loading… Taking too long? Reload document …

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SacRT Takes the Wheel in Elk Grove and Expands SmaRT Ride on July 1

SACRAMENTO, CA – The Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) welcomes Elk Grove transit servicesas part of the district on Thursday, July 1, 2021. Under the annexation agreement, SacRT will provide fixedroute local, commuter and paratransit services, and maintenance operations for the City of Elk Grove.SacRT has been operating e-tran and e-van services under a service contract with the City of …

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New Public Safety Power Shutoff Address Alerts Provide Notifications for Addresses Other Than Your Home That Are Important to You, Including Schools or a Relative’s Home

New Online Tool Benefits Tenants, Too, Even If They Don’t Have a Utility Bill in Their Name SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. —Customers and non-account holders can now sign up for notifications for any address they care about to stay safe and informed about Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events. High winds can cause tree branches and debris to contact energized lines, …

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My Sister’s House 2021 Virtual Gala

Join My Sister’s House‘s 2021 Virtual #Gala on June 28th, reflecting another year of the #nonprofit‘s work in helping #AAPI and other underserved victims of #domesticviolence, #humantrafficking, and #sexualassault become #survivors. Experience a night of comedy, fun, music and inspiration. Visit my-sisters-house.org

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Enjoy the Week of Raya and the Last Dragon with Walt Disney Animation Studios and Stu. Jude Childen’s Hospital

This week, Disney Animation Studios partnered with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® to celebrate the release of movie “Raya and the Last Dragon” to spread joy through a series of virtual events for St. Jude patient families and its generous supporters. “Raya and the Last Dragon”, featuring Disney’s first ever Southeast Asian princess, is an epic journey to the fantasy …

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Covered California Sets New Enrollment Record as Thousands Get Lower Premiums From the American Rescue Plan as June Deadline Approaches

Exchange Also Launches Full Offering of $1 Plans for  Thousands Who Received Unemployment Benefits in 2021 A record 1.6 million people are actively enrolled in Covered California, including 139,000 who signed up for quality health care coverage since lower premiums became available through the American Rescue Plan.Covered California is also launching a provision that allows thousands of eligible Californians, who …

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PG&E Funds New Grant Program to Support Community Response to Extreme Weather Events

Awards for Resilience Projects Will Increase to $800,000 Annually SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Sponsoring community-driven efforts to find innovative responses to the growing threat of climate change has been a key focus of Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E’s) grant funding in recent years. The company is now expanding that portfolio to include support for local safe gathering places and …

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State’s Grid Operator Asks Electric Customers Across California to Conserve Power Today as Heat Wave Increases Energy Demand Across the West

State’s Flex Alert Requests Voluntary Conservation from 6 to 9 p.m. Today We All Can Help as a Few Simple Steps Can Reduce the Stress on the Grid SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—With continuing triple-digit heat forecast for today (Friday, June 18),  the state’s grid operator has called for afternoon and evening energy conservation throughout California as one way to help the …

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