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By Lakiesha McGhee, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Aug. 5--The Loomis Union School District plans to implement the rigorous International Baccalaureate program at a new kindergarten through eighth-grade charter school that will open Aug. 20.
By Bruce Dancis, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Aug. 5--"The Dark Knight" is on a mission of "Titanic" proportions.
By Rachel Leibrock, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Aug. 4--With the candy-floss hair and knock- 'em-out curves, Dolly Parton has made a living off her bawdy, larger-than-life image.
By Jane Liaw, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Aug. 4--When it comes to AIDS, the attention is on Africa and other parts of the world. But the epidemic hasn't disappeared from our backyard. In Sacramento County, an estimated 5,000 people are living with HIV/AIDS.
By Jane Liaw, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Aug. 3--As part of his infectious diseases practice, Dr. Javeed Siddiqui regularly sees Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation prisoners as patients. It's just that he's never in the same room with them.
By Carla Meyer, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Aug. 3--Expanded from five to 10 days for 2008, the Sacramento Film and Music Festival now has room to breathe -- and to actually stand on ceremony.
By Dixie Reid, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Aug. 3--For the 11th time since 1964, Music Circus presents a summertime stage production of "My Fair Lady." With a little bit of luck (to borrow one of the show's song titles), it won't be the last.
By Matt Weiser, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Aug. 3--Southern California's biggest water agencies are putting down roots in the Yolo Bypass.
By Niesha Lofing, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Aug. 1--A new open-space park is set to open Thursday morning north of Cache Creek in Yolo County.
By Todd Milbourn, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Aug. 1--Officials at a Sacramento veterans hospital are so troubled by conditions at a local psychiatric facility they no longer send patients there.
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