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Links for Thursday, July 29, 1999 stories:
Get Net Wise: If you're a parent concerned about your children accessing smut on the internet, there's a new place you can get help protecting your kids online. The web site offers information on software tools parents can use to keep their kids away from pornography and other sites. It recommeds safe sites for children.

Gentle Hints: We all know someone who offends in some way but we're not always able to find the right words to bring the problem to their attention. Allow gentlehints.com to apprise the individual in a gentle and diplomatic manner while preserving your anonymity.

Links for Tuesday, June 29, 1999 stories:
Lost Child Alert for Mallory Smith: Get current information on Mallory Smith, the missing child from Vallejo.

Links for Monday, June 28, 1999 stories:

If you see someone using illegal fireworks, here are some numbers you can call:

  • City of Sacramento: 916-264-5471
  • Sacramento County: 916-874-5115
  • City of Stockton: 209-464-4650
  • San Joaquin County: 209-468-4418
  • City of Modesto: 209-572-9500
  • Stanislaus County: 209-525-4650

Links for Thursday, June 24, 1999 stories:
Dealy Plaza web cam: The view from Lee Harvey Oswald's infamous "snipers perch" located on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository has been made public through this webcam.

Nasdaq Market-Makers Antitrust Litigation: Investors who traded any of 1,659 Nasdaq stocks during certain time periods between May 1, 1989 and July 17, 1996 may file a claim to share in the recovery from settlements in the Nasdaq Market-Makers Antitrust Litigation. The settlements provide for aggregate payments by defendants which, including interest, will total approximately $1,027,000,000.00 (before fees and expenses) by July, 1999. Click here for more information.

Consumer Products Safety Commission: CPSC, an independent Federal regulatory agency, helps keep American families safe by reducing the risk of injury or death from consumer products. Visit us often to share lifesaving information. Get information on the diving stick recall, Hasbro Star Wars light saber recall and Even Flo recall.

Even Flo: More than 300,000 baby carriers are being recalled because children can slip through the leg openings. The Snugli Front and Back Pack Soft Infant Carrier is made by Even-Flo. The model numbers affected are 075 and 080.

Links for Monday, June 21, 1999 stories:
Kasparov vs. the World chess competition: It's one game of chess, winner take all. The players: Garry Kasparov versus YOU. This is the opportunity of a lifetime. Play chess with the dominant chess player of our time.

Sun Rayce '99: This year's solar power race is underway. Get information about solar powered cars, and follow the race on the web.

Napa Valley Music and Wine Festival: The Napa Valley Music & Wine Festival, (formerly Napa Valley Music Festival) the largest annual musical event held in Napa County, includes more than 20 contemporary acts, 3 days of workshops, four stages, the Songwriter Showcase, a kids concert, Kid's Stage, continuous open mics, and plenty of opportunities for aspiring singer/songwriters to meet with some of the most famous songwriters of the North American musical scene. Folk, Gospel, Country, Cajun, Native American, Celtic, Jazz, Bluegrass, Blues, Chicano, Jug Band and more can be heard as the festivities continue virtually around the clock. Camping, jamming, gourmet food, beverages, wine tasting, (more than 20 premium Napa Valley Wineries are represented),an exclusive silent wine auction, and crafts round out this exceptional weekend celebration of song. Their web site has all the information you need to know on the details.

Links for Friday, June 18, 1999 stories:
Shopping consultant Romy Davis' web site: Get some great tips on how to shop and where to find the best deals.

Links for Thursday, June 17, 1999 stories:
Rail Fair 1999: Railfair! The name itself suggests the breadth of the celebration - a grand fair celebrating railroads and railroading. In this country, the great railroad fairs have become distinguished by enormous displays of operating railroad equipment, interpretive exhibits and large theatrical railroad productions. Check out their web site.

Links for Monday, June 14, 1999 stories:
Sacramento International Airport: The airport may soon be worthy of the name "international," as it is expected to build a customs station and begin flights to Mexico. This is the official web site for the airport.

Links for Tuesday, June 8, 1999 stories:
HDR Inc.: Comprehensive look at the new American River Bridge at Lake Natoma. Site includes Aerial photos, and construction photos, as well as artist renderings of the finished product.

Links for Thursday, June 3, 1999 stories:
National Spelling Bee: The official web site for the ongoing National Spelling Bee.

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